Tomahawks Vs. Sheffield Rapiers 9/1/2011

The Tomahawks went into their first game of the new year 2 points behind joint league leaders Bradford and Coventry but with games in hand on both clubs, so a win against Sheffield was vitally important as they continued their push for the National Finals. Sheffield are going through a transitional season, having lost some of their more experienced players to other clubs, but will no doubt be very well…

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Welcome to our new website!

Here at Whitley Bay Junior Ice Hockey Club we are pleased to welcome you to our brand new website! We also have a facebook page too. This website has been developed over the past few months and has taken into account many different modern functions of a website. We have forums, a blog, social interaction using Facebook and of course all the hockey information you could want! Please take a…

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U16 Girls Northern Conference Trails

The Under sixteen girls Northern Conference trials recently took place and four of the Whitley Bay girls were selected to play on the team . Their names are Rachael Mcguckin( Net Minder), Sophie Newton(Forward), Abbie Thornton (Forward), Danielle Turnbull (Forward).   We also had Lucy Chisholm (Arrows) who managed to get through to the second stage of the trials. More information about the Northern Conference can be found here.

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Monthly Update 13/01/2011

Fundraising The Christmas raffle resulted in disappointing ticket sales and only a nominal cash surplus. Next event is a Race night at Blue Flames Club, Longbenton which is to include a fancy dress competition for players. Initially scheduled for 27 January the evening is being postponed until  the February half-term week to help maximise attendance. Further detail will be provided shortly. Finances Club finances remain stretched and to provide a…

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Tomahawks Vs. Telford

The Tomahawks were back to full strength with the return of Jack Davies to the line up, having missed the last 4 games through suspension and then injury. Telford travelled with a short bench, but are a team that always provide tough opposition. Whitley won the corresponding fixture in Telford 5-4, but were more comfortable than that scoreline suggests.

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Tomahawks Vs. Coventry

In their second game of the weekend, the Tomahawks played host to league leaders Coventry. Coventry went into the game with the best defensive record of any team at any level in the country, incredibly conceding only 2 goals in 8 games so far. The Tomahawks went into the game on the back of a 13-0 win at Manchester yesterday, again without the injured Jack Davies, but with Robert Miker…

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