Ahead of the upcoming World League finals in New Zealand, England and Great Britain have named Alex Danson as Captain and Hollie Pearne-Webb and EG's Laura Unsworth as Vice Captains. Read on to learn more, and CONGRATULATIONS Laura Unsworth !!!!! Laura will be back in action for EG after Christmas following the World League Finals and the Indoor break.
Ruth Gordon is our current Ladies' 1st Team Captain. An inspirational leader who has put her body on the line time and time again. Ruth is a wonderful role model for our developing players and we are fortunate to have her as a part of the senior player / management group. Read on !
Continuing our regular features introducing members of our Performance squads, this week we introduce JoJo Blunt from the Ladies' 1st Team. While not the Captain, it will become apparent why we introduce JoJo first... Read on !
As with our First Team Playing Squads we are beginning an initiative to introduce our Vice Presidents. The EGHC VP's are past and present club members who have made profound contributions to the club over a sustained period. To kick this series off, we would like to introduce Roger Dakin.
EGHC is looking forward to a fabulous weekend of premier league hockey with our Men and Ladies 1st Teams both in action on Saturday, while the Men complete their own double header with a game on Sunday.
EGHC Ladies will welcome Slough to Saint Hill on Saturday October 14th with push back at 1:30. Slough followed a similar pathway to the Investec Womens Hockey Premier League that EG took a year prior. Read more...
Kieran Mulholland joined EG from Bromley & Beckenham in the 2016 / 2017 season. A former Brooklands MU HC player with experience of representative hockey earlier in his career, Kieran has established himself as a valued member of our squad including some outstanding contributions in our first home match of the season against Holcombe. Read on to learn more about Kieran and his experience at EG so far !
EGHC's Men's 1st Team played their first home match of the season on Sunday October 8th, hosting a Holcombe side that was coming straight off the back of a win against new Premier League side Sevenoaks. Read on for details...
The Mens' 1st Team home match against Holcombe was disrupted back on September 23rd due to technical issues which prevented the water canons from firing correctly. The good news is that the problems have been fixed and Holcombe have agreed to re-arrange the match for this coming Sunday, October 8th.