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Match Reports 29th September

Redditch 1st team started the West Midlands Division 1 2018/19 season with a 3-3 draw at home to Stafford 1s. Redditch started poorly and allowed the visitors chances to score with a series of mistakes of which Stafford capitalised on 3 of them to put the hosts 3-0 down within 25 minutes. It was only at this point that Redditch kicked into gear and a solid interception in defence by Andy Billingham started a move which was brilliantly finished on the reverse stick by Jacob Beard after some silky individual skills in the build up. A very stern word by coach Wayne Beard at half time seemed to help as within 60 seconds of the restart Redditch ha...

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Redditch Hockey Club AGM 2018 25th April

Redditch Hockey Club Annual General Meeting takes place every April. This is your chance to hear a review of the season from our club chairman and team captains, vote on who will make up the club committee for the 2018/19 season and raise any issues that you have with the way that Redditch HC is run.Role descriptions for the positions on the committee can be found hereIf you are interested in helping with the running of our club by standing for a position on the club committee, please contact Adrian Young by [email protected]

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Continuing to thrive at West Midlands Premier level

REDDITCH continued their encouraging West Midlands Premier Division form as they secured a 4-1 home win over Berkswell & Balsall Common on Saturday.Enjoying playing on the new astroturf surface at their Bromsgrove Road home, the Kingfishers are playing some creative, attacking hockey under the coaching of Wayne Beard and were dominant in their performance against a Berkswell & Balsall Common side who earned a draw against Redditch in November.Redditch were in control from the first whistle as they kept possession and created good chances. A tactical change from the sidelines allowed for Jacob ...

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Derby victory leaves Kingfishers targeting top three spot

REDDITCH enjoyed a 2-1 victory at Bromsgrove on Saturday to move within three points of their third-placed rivals in the West Midlands Premier Division. The Kingfishers, now with nine league wins to their name, have a game in hand on Bromsgrove and will be going all out to try and finish in the top three, although it will be a tall order as two of their remaining four matches are against top two sides Sikh Union of Coventry and Solihull Blossomfield. Redditch had most of the early possession on Saturday, with the hosts happy to sit deep and try to hit the Kingfishers on the break. Midway through the first half some good link-up play and ...

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Match Reports 2nd December and Under 8s Tournament

Redditch Mens 1st XI came up against a very good Solihull Blossomfield side on Saturday although the 5-1 final scoreline did not reflect the way in which the kingfishers performed. A string of mistakes mixed with clinical finishing in the first half gave Blossomfield a 3-0 lead at half time leaving Redditch with an up hill battle in the second half. They fought bravely with some strong defending and sound goalkeeping from keeper Joe Cardy. Redditch did score one goal through Harry Capewell and dominated possession in large parts with plenty of pressure on the hosts however they were always more clinical and added another 2 goals b...

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