Fleshers’ Haugh – Glasgow Green 11/03/2013

What it looks like today

West Ladies Finals Day 24/03/2013

West Distict Ladies will hold their Plate and Cup finals at Titwood on Sunday 24th March.

Plate starts 12.15pm Cup starts at 2.00pm


Men’s Hockey Dinner

2014 event to be arranged

Pile UP game to be played on TBA.


Official pitch opening to be on 27th May at 1.30pm at the start of the international test matches between Scotland and South Africa ladies game starting on 27th May and finishing on 2nd June 2012.

The partial handover of the pitch took place on Friday 2nd September 2011

The games played were an outstanding success.

See the link below for some pictures.


Pictures from 2nd September 2011


August 6th hockey game

Ladies 2011 Awards Dinner – To Be Advised

Contact Karen Jarvie for more details

Mens2011 Awards Dinner – 10th September

Contact Ali Bleach for more details

Pitch Update

29th August 2011 – see pictures below – Meeting with Contrctors on Tuesday 30th August to discuss handover of pitch

Work began on Thursday 3rd June to lift the old pitch surface. With all the old surface having been lifted other tasks could commence. The work on the borehole was completed with a successful strike – water, not oil…. Preparation work on the irrigation around the pitch area has been completed and the Pop-Up water cannons installed. The placing of the gripper system for the pitch surface has been completed with replacement of the bitmac surface completed. Repairs to the shock pad have completed, at last! All strips of carpet have been placed on the pitch, now all glued and fixed! The fence is being put back into place. On the sidelines the work on the water storage tank has started along with linking pipes. The weather has delayed the painting of the lines but it is hoped hand over will be early next week.

These are major steps towards the resurfacing work. The work should be completed late August in time for the new season.

Sport Scotland have completed the grant application process and confirm the club will receive a grant of £70,000 towards the cost of the upgraded pitch surface. We need to continue to fund raise to complete financing of the pitch.

Our new fund raising target is £5,000.

The committee seek this funding to be raised over the next month. There are still pitch squares available and watch out for other fund raising events that you can help with in the near future.

If you can help with fund raising please contact one of our committee members.


Press Release 13/6/11

WORK has started on the upgrading of Clydesdale’s all-weather hockey pitch, to create a new international sports facility on the southside of Glasgow.

Following completion of preliminary tests required by Sportscotland, the club signed a contract with Fairways Sportsgrounds to carry out the work, which started last week with the removal of the 14-year-old sand-filled carpet.

The new surface will be a water-based carpet, the German Edelgrass Triple-T system, which is currently among the most favoured in international hockey circles.

Before the new carpet arrives, a water-irrigation system is to be installed to enable the surface to be dampened before each match – which enhances the speed of the ball. This will draw on the copious underground water courses beneath the Titwood facility, a green initiative that will save on the considerable costs of using a mains supply.

Sportscotland agreed to contribute £70,000 towards the £250,000+ cost of the significant upgrade, which is expected to become a central training venue for the Commonwealth Games in 2014.

Remarkably, following 14 years of fund-raising, the club itself is financing the remainder of the costs of the capital project.

Project manager Frank Hirst, a former president of Clydesdale and father of two promising young hockey players at the club, said: “Our members have made a big effort over the past couple of years, raising well over £50,000 from sundry initiatives.

“Add to that our relentless collection of pitch and other rental income over the past decade and a half, and we are delighted to have got to this stage in straightened economic circumstances.”

Clydesdale’s Titwood ground is, of course, already an international cricket venue, which later this summer expects to stage three under-16 matches between Scotland and England.

The addition of an international hockey facility, the first in Scotland to be owned by a club, will make it a year-round focus for sport in the city.

The project is expected to be completed by late August, in time for the start of the new hockey season.

Some pictures of the work on the pitch


Pictures from Friday 8/7/11


Pictures from 15/7/2011


1st Fixed part of carpetOne end tucked in carpet gripper

1st Strip laid on 5th August                          1st Piece of carpet wedged in place              Full end of carpet placed in gripper system

2nd Corner placed in gripper system

Glasgow Life Coach Education Diary 2011/12

See the coaching courses arranged in and around Glasgow – improve your coaching CV.


Arran Weekend Dates 2011 Tournament
The Youth tournament in Arran is on 3rd and 4th September 2011.
This is a fun event for under 10’s, 12’s and 14’s with entertainment for all on the Saturday evening.
This will be the 8th year of this event which has grown in popularity mainly because it is such great fun for the kids and parents alike. For more details please contact me. D Mackie

1/1/12 New Year’s Day Hockey

The traditional New Year’s Day game will take place at Titwood. The meet time is 12.30pm for a start time of 2.00pm. Lateness will be dealt with in the traditional manner. Teams will be selected on the day. A team sheet will appear on the notice board nearer to the event so sign up to ensure a place!


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Click here to register


President’s Cup 2009-2010

Pictures from the historic event…