Welcome to Oxford Hawks Hockey Club
Oxford Hawks is one of a small group of Clubs in the country with both their Men's 1st XI and Ladies' 1st XI playing at National League level.
In addition to the 1st XI’s, the Club runs a further 7 men’s and 6 ladies’ teams all playing in county and regional leagues across the south of England. There are also men’s and ladies’ Masters’ teams and boys’ and girls’ teams that play in age groups from under 8 up to under 18. The Club even runs Hockeytots for toddlers and Back to Hockey sessions for those that used to play hockey and would like to return to the game or those that have never played (B2H is on Wednesdays 6.15-7.15pm, and totally free). Players of all ages and abilities are always very welcome to this, the friendliest Oxford hockey club!
The Club has here it has its Clubhouse and two high-quality, floodlit artificial grass pitches at the Banbury Road North Sports Ground in North Oxford. Hockey is supported by social events in our clubhouse. There is a bar in the clubhouse and pitchside.
There is a lot more to read about Hawks on the About the Club page, including links to all the useful information about the Club.
All change at the top, #1 Charlie Warner’s Light Work with the biggest score of the week is ten pts clear. Lotty Hiner is up to #2 player 19 pts behind Colin.
Points to Pressure and Ryans’s Rockets continue to trade places for #1 team while Lotty Hiner is back to #4 player helped by no Falcons game last Saturday.
No1 team is Emma Ryan’s Rockets sitting 9 points clear of 2nd place Points to Pressure. No game for the Falcons sees Lotty Hiner back amongst them in 8th place
3 teams now share the top spot on 534 points while the Falcons continue their dominance of the top 10 player spots. How long can they hold on?
The Falcons now dominate all top 10 player spots with Colin Burrell at #1 on 120pts. Phil Williams' Points to Pressure is still top team with a total of 465pts.
Recent Match Reports
M1's tame Storm Dennis and Havant to return from the south coast with three points from an 11 goal thriller
Storm Dennis tried its best to disrupt the fixture with the bottom corner of the scheduled pitch at Solihull School under water, but their second pitch was fine
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