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West Hockey Association

The West Hockey website is here to help hockey players, hockey coaches and officials/umpires find out what is happening with hockey in the West of England.

This isn't just for the West of England elite hockey but a hub to find information about hockey competitions (both indoor and outdoor for all age groups), junior hockey, masters hockey, club hockey and information for umpires, technical officials and coaches.

If the website doesn't contain the information you're looking for, we hope to be able to have included a link to the information that you'll need.

The West Hockey Association covers hockey in the following counties:

  • Avon
  • Cornwall
  • Devon
  • Dorset
  • Gloucestershire
  • Herefordshire
  • Somerset
  • Wiltshire
  • Channel Islands

The association is run by volunteers who love our sport. If you're interested in getting involved, please get in contact.

Latest News

England Women Masters trials for 2017

Wednesday 24 August 2016 » Womens Masters

Details of the trials for England O40, O45, O50, O55 and O60s Women Masters are now out.

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West Masters 55's Host mini Tournament

Sunday 21 August 2016 » Mens Masters

At the excellent facility at UWE, Bristol, the Men's 55s hosted a triangular pre-season Masters Tournament. With Wales 50's looking to build on their programme of progress to the 2017 Euro's and the 2018 World Cup, and Clifton Robinsons Men's looking to continue their national success at Over 40's and good mix was set up.

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How the West (over 60’s) slayed the Welsh Dragons + England LX + Scottish LX

Tuesday 9 August 2016 » Mens Masters

The West O60s were undefeated at the Dragons Festival in Swansea, 5-7 August 2016. See on for details and photo.

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West Masters Festival 2016

Friday 5 August 2016 » General

The 2016 West Masters Festival will be held on Sunday 25 September. The details have yet to be confirmed but will probably be at King's College, Taunton as previously. Please spread the word and ask players to contact their County Masters Representative to register.

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