Slides from the Players Meeting on the 27th November 2020.
Scottish Hockey have announced new guidelines for training on Friday 9th October.
The latest guidelines can be found here. Following Scottish Government’s announcement, senior contact sport is not permitted. As a result, hockey matches for those over the age of 18 are not allowed and the leagues which were due to start on 17th October or 24th October have been delayed.
Those over 18 can, however, train as long as they are observing 2m distancing. Following this advice the club has revised its training schedule for the next two weeks and the schedule can be found here.
We have reduced the number of people on the pitch at any one time to make physical spacing easier and reduce any potential risks. This decision means there will be less sessions available overall until further notice.
Please also note, that for the areas in Scotland which have higher government restrictions, there are specific travel restrictions in place. In these areas you are advised not to travel outside your local health board area. Glasgow Health Board covers Renfrewshire, East Renfrewshire, Inverclyde, Glasgow City and East & West Dunbartonshire.
If you intend to train, please remember the COVID protocols. Do not attend if you have any symptoms, don’t attend if you share a household with someone with symptoms, or is awaiting a test or is self isolating. If you have any doubts, then our advice would be to avoid training.
Clydesdale Hockey Club – Chairman
The club is looking for volunteers to help for the beginning of the Refurbishment.
We have had club volunteers begin stripping walls in the lounge and back bar over the past few days. The contractors are due to start on Monday 21st September and the club needs the walls stripped for then.
Therefore, as much help required is needed this week. The club are looking for small COVID compliant teams to work through in the day time and evenings. A small group has already began work on the wall beside the away changing room (see below) but given the level of work, the club are in urgent need of more helpers.
Clydesdale Cricket & Hockey Club are delighted to announce that its clubhouse will be undergoing a full refurbishment.
Club president Craig Madden has announced the club’s commitment to refurbish the lounge, members bar and other areas of the clubhouse.
The club will upgrade these areas for the benefit of members and visitors with a project budget of £35,000. This represents a major investment for the club, which is also committed to providing the highest standard of playing surfaces for both cricket and hockey.
To help support this cause, the club has also set up a Just Giving page. The club would be hugely appreciative of any donations – small or large – to help in the refurbishment project. We would like to take the time to thank those who have so generously contributed already, especially given the current climate.
The project will fully begin in the coming weeks. If any members would like help with the many aspects of the project, please get in touch with the club’s committee.
With the 2020-21 season approaching, Clydesdale & Clydesdale Western Hockey Club have recently designed a Player Pathway programme.
The Pathway is designed for all playing members showcasing the relevant progressions that can be made in every individual’s hockey.
To review Clydesdale & Clydesdale Western’s Player Pathway programme, please click here.