Welcome to Oxford Hawks Hockey Club
Oxford Hawks run 8 men's hockey teams, 6 ladies' hockey teams, and boys and girls teams from under 8 to under 18. We welcome players of all ages and abilities.
Seen the hockey on the TV at the Commonwealth Games? Used to play hockey, haven’t played for a long time and want to get back into it? Never played hockey before and want to give it a go? Come along to Oxford Hawks’ Back to Hockey sessions every Tuesday, from 6pm to 7pm beginning on Tuesday 9 September. Sticks can be provided, and sessions are completely free of charge. Bring some shin pads if you have got them. Sessions are for men and women. Any questions email firstname.lastname@example.org.
There's a lot more information about Hawks on our About the Club page, including:
How to find us, How to join, Contact Information and Pitch Hire.
Have you been inspired by the Commonwealth Games? Could you be the next Alex Danson or Ashley Jackson? The new junior season starts in September at Banbury Rd North for all existing and new members. More information is available on the Colts pages of the website. There are also opportunities for adults of all standards to come and play hockey at Hawks - have a look around our website to see what's going on.
We are exceptionally proud of our recent achievements, with recent highlights being the Ladies 1st XI winning promotion to the National League and the massive improvements in our facilities. We have two new high-quality astroturf surfaces, and a recently refurbished clubhouse all on the same site in North Oxford - all made possible with the help of the Club Development Draw. The Club is really moving forward - come along to see for yourself!
Club Training is now on Tuesdays. Please see the training page for details.
this year's Hawks official Wine Tasting will be held on the 7th March in the clubhouse at 7:30pm.
We have a new leader! Sam Chilvers is in top spot with mum Jane not far behind. Also there is a finally a change on the players' table!
Top four remains unchanged, but surely not for much longer! On the players' table the Harriers and Kestrels are also being caught, and fast!
Top three remains the same - in fact no huge changes anywhere due to the lack of games at the weekend. Hopefully the weather will stop interfering with FL soon!
Change at the top! Chloe Scragg is bumped into second by possibly one of the most consistent Fantasy League managers of all time, Kathryn Poulter!
Recent Match Reports
Hawks do the double against lowly Lewes, Cutter nearly up to double figures. Next up Sevenoaks and target 4th spot.
The first half belonged to Hawks, who played some lovely passing hockey and they were rewarded with two goals. Stourport dominated the 2nd half and equalised.
Ladies' 6s started slowly and then dominated the game to win 3-1. Another win under our belt not to mention the triple-layer carrot cake ...
Defeat at Slough means the L4s need to win the next 4 and hold a better goal difference than Witney in order to secure the 2nd spot and hopefully promotion....
A bad day at the office for ladies 5s….. Abingdon are always a tricky team to play….
View All recent match reports or see any of the adult teams or junior teams for all their match reports.