Clydesdale & Clydesdale Western Hockey Club and our friends at Clydesdale Cricket Club have a total of five camps being held over the summer holidays.
Being held at Titwood, there will be two hockey camps, two cricket camps and a very first in the club’s ‘Elite Hockey Camp’.
The dates of the camps are as follows:
1st – 5th July – Early Summer Hockey Camp (£95.00)
8th – 12th July – Early Summer Cricket Camp (£95.00)
16th – 19th July – Elite Hockey Camp (£125.00)
29th July – 2nd August – Late Summer Hockey Camp (£95.00)
5th – 9th August – Late Summer Cricket Camp (£95.00)
For more details of the hockey camps, please click here to direct you to the Junior Camps page.
We would like to thank you for taking the time to look at our website. If you are interested in playing hockey for Clydesdale and Clydesdale Western Hockey Club, we would be delighted to hear from you.
We offer a wide range of hockey opportunities at Clydesdale & Clydesdale Western, regardless of ability. So if you are moving into Glasgow, if you want to come back to hockey after a break or if you are new to the game and want to give it a try, we have something to offer you.
To find out more about the club, have a read of our feature, Player Profiles to see what some of our members think of the club.
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As an addition to our two summer camps, the club will be running a third “elite” camp which aimed at a more focused hockey training.
The ‘elite camp’ is aimed at anyone who would like to work more closely with a team of coaches to learn new skills. The camp will run from 16th-19th July and costs £125.00.
The coaching team will be made up of 1st XI players from Clydesdale Western, which include internationally capped players.
The camp will include:
Specialised skills (eg: drag flicking, aerial passing)
Goalkeeping skills and techniques
Individual/1 to 1 feedback
Tuition on nutrition and conditioning training
To sign up your child (or children) up for the camp, please click here.
Men’s West District Cup Semi Final
Clydesdale ‘A’ 1-4 Hillhead (E Robertson)
Clydesdale Men’s ‘A’ hopes of winning the inaugural Men’s West District Cup were ended after losing out to a strong Hillhead performance at Titwood in an early passback.
Despite a strong start, the ‘A’ team found themselves 2-0 down by ten minutes after a penalty corner conversion and a simple close range finish past ‘Dale goalkeeper Ally Torrance. Torrance pulled off a string of crucial saves but was helpless when Hillhead added a third ten minutes before half time from another corner. Clydesdale ‘A’ found a way back into the match just before half time when youngster Ethan Robertson kept up his recent run of scoring form – pushing in an upright reverse push shot to set up an intriguing second half.
It was a decent effort from the Clydesdale team, who were missing the services of six regular players – including captain Craig Bradley and veteran Ali Bleach. Torrance continued to keep ‘Dale in the game as Hillhead, led brilliantly by their own veteran Alan Meikle, pushed hard for a game killing fourth goal. And they duly succeeded with less than ten minutes to go as another penalty corner was scored. The away side went on to see out the remaining minutes to seal a place in the Final.
Despite the loss, the club are immensely proud of the effort the ‘A’ team, which included a host of youngsters, put into the Men’s West District Cup campaign. We would also like to congratulate Hillhead on their win and wish them the best of luck for the Final.
Photo credit: Mark Pugh
Saturday 25th May – Men’s West District Cup Semi Final
Clydesdale ‘A’ vs. Hillhead (11.00am, H)
Clydesdale ‘A’ will know they are in for a tough Semi Final clash in the Men’s West District Cup when they play Hillhead on Saturday at Titwood from 11.00am.
The ‘Dale ‘A’ team led by Craig Bradley secured an ‘against all odds’ result when they negotiated past a strong Rottenrow side at Glasgow Green the previous weekend. Their case to make the Final of the Cup will not be helped this weekend as they face arguably an even more difficult task in the form of Hillhead in the Semi Final stages.
The squad for Saturday’s clash does see the return of many that missed the Quarter Final. 15 players were unavailable for the Rottenrow tie, but a proportion of that number will return for the Semi Final tie which will pushback at 11.00am on Saturday.
Meanwhile, despite mentioning the possibility in last weekend’s ‘Review’, Clydesdale ‘B’ will not have any more games to play following their Plate exit to Western Wildcats.
Once again, the club would like to wish the best of luck to Clydesdale ‘A’ in their attempts to reach the Final of the Men’s West District Cup. A support would be very much appreciated, so if you have the chance pop down to Titwood to cheer on our ‘A’ team!
Photo credit: Rhona Weir