Welcome to Oxford Hawks Junior Section
Oxford Hawks is committed to providing an enjoyable, safe, child friendly environment where all young players, regardless of ability, receive quality coaching and the opportunity to enjoy playing a team sport with friends. In May 2017, we were one of the first Clubs in the country to receive the sport’s revised club accreditation – England Hockey Clubmark, confirming that we continue to be a safe, effective, child friendly environment and an organisation that follows good practice guidelines.
Junior hockey at Oxford Hawks was established by current Club President Paddy Roche in 1990. Since those early days the Junior Section has grown rapidly to the 400 plus members and large group of highly committed volunteers, coaches and organisers that exists today. Hawks runs junior teams from U8s to U18s and these have achieved notable successes in competitions at all levels and age groups over recent years. Hawks also run "Hockeytots" for 2-4 year olds on Friday mornings in term time.
As part of the continuing development of the junior section, we have introduced midweek junior training sessions alongside our Sunday programme. These will be supported by the senior players within the club. Details of timings of sessions can be found here Training times. Training for the 2020/21 season starts on Sunday 20th September.
The junior section has very strong links with the senior teams and a successful policy of supporting players through junior teams and into the senior sides in the club. The Harriers and Kestrels teams are specifically focused on the development of young players from junior hockey into the senior teams. The Men’s 1st XI that plays in the National League include six players who all started playing in the junior section at Hawks.
New members are always welcome.
If you have not visited us before you might like to see the directions to the club.
- U18 Girls Apr 2013
Here are links to all the main junior web pages, and on the right a few recent photos. More pictures and photo galleries can be found in recent news articles and match reports.