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Friday Night Junior Hockey to return on 20th August

Friday Night Junior Hockey will restart on Friday 20th August for the 2021-22 season at Clydesdale Hockey Club.

Following two successful summer holiday camps, the club will recommence its ever popular “Jockey” programme. Sessions are available for children in Primary 1 all the way up to Secondary school.

Our first of four sessions will start from 5.00pm, and run every hour until 9.00pm, with classes on age groups. For more information, please head over to our dedicated page to Jockey.

AGM 2021 – Donald Amour announced as Club’s President

Donald Amour has been elected Club President following Clydesdale Cricket & Hockey Club’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Monday 21st June, which was held virtually over Zoom.

Donald takes over from Craig Madden as President. We would like to thank Craig for all of his hard work during his time as President which included leading the club through the COVID-19 pandemic and overseeing the much needed refurbishment of our clubhouse.

Donald also steps up from his role as Vice President which will now be occupied by former hockey 1st XI captain & Men’s chair Ali Bleach, whilst current Hockey Committee Secretary Christine Sherwood has also been invited on to General Committee. The remainder of the General Committee is still as it was from the previous year.

Clydesdale Cricket & Hockey Club’s General Committee – at a glance

We would like to take this time to wish Donald and the club’s General Committee the very best for the next 12 months before the club’s next AGM in 2022.

Photo credit: Rob Lindblade

Summer Camp Dates Announced – Registration Now LIVE!

Clydesdale Hockey Club are delighted to announce the confirmed dates for the club’s Junior Summer Camps for 2021.

Due to current COVID restrictions, the Summer Camps will run in the same format as the past four Camps that the club has held since the summer of 2020. Therefore, the morning session (10.00am-12.00 noon) will be for children in Primary 1-7, whilst the afternoon session (1.00pm-3.00pm) will be for Secondary children (S1-S6).

Like previous years, there will yet again be two Summer Camps. The first Summer Camp will take place from the week beginning 28th June to 1st July *, whilst the second camp will be held from the 19th July to 23rd July.

To sign your child(ren) up for our camps, we ask that you read our Terms & Conditions before clicking the link to our sign up form. To sign up, please click here.

* – NB: The first Summer Camp will finish on Thursday 1st July.

COVID-19 Update – Changed Guidelines from 16th April

Following the Government’s recent announcement regarding the further easing of lockdown restrictions, Scottish Hockey along with its partners announced further guidance on hockey participation in Scotland.

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The guidelines set by Scottish Hockey are effective from Friday 16th April 2021. A quick description of the changes in effect can be seen in the image above. But for extended information on changes to the guidelines, please visit

Easter Camp 2021 – Part Two – Sign Up Now!

Clydesdale & Clydesdale Western Hockey Club are delighted to announce that registration to sign up your child(ren) for our second Junior Easter Camp is now available.

Following the huge success of sign up for our first Easter Camp, resulting in a complete sell-out, the club have made the decision to host a second Easter Camp from the week beginning 12th April. Details will remain the same as the first week, however, the second Easter Camp will be ran at a reduced capacity. Only 60 spaces are available for Primary, whilst 52 will be made available for Secondary.

To avoid your child(ren) missing out, please sign up by visiting our Junior Camps section of our website. There you will find the link to the sign up form and the Terms & Conditions set by the club. It is vitally important that you read the Terms & Conditions before signing your child(ren) up for the Easter Camp.