Whitley Arrow’s v Sutton Sting – Sunday 9th February.

Whitley U12’s home fixture against Sutton sting presented a great chance for the home team to push into the top 3 in the league.  Some early pressure from Whitley was a good indication of how the game could go.  An amazing piece of skills by Thomas Fraser created a chance for Callum Taylor, his powerful shot hitting the bar.  Successive attacks came to nothing until the 14th minute when a…

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Whitley Arrows v Sutton Sting – Saturday 21st December.

Whitley travelled to bottom of the table Sutton who started with a surprise goal in the second minute.  Whitley were struggling to adapt to the much smaller rink in Mansfield.  Thomas Fraser settled Whitley’s nerves with a superb finish, rounding the keeper to score with typical confidence. Sustained pressure from the visitors came to nothing as the Sting scrapped hard to keep the scores even.  Campbell received a 2 minute…

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Whitley Arrows V Nottingham Sunday 15th December

This fixture was going to be a tough game for Whitley as Nottingham has such strength in depth and run a great hockey programme out of the national ice arena.  Both teams started brightly in the opening period and Whitley opened the scoring after 14 minutes from an opportunistic Fraser goal.   Nottingham then scored twice in quick succession with a couple of scrappy goals after good pressure on the home…

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Christmas Raffle

We are now selling raffle tickets with the proceeds helping club funds for the remainder of the season. Prizes include: Mini cruise for 2. Car service at Arnold Clarke. Signed Warriors shirt. Family pass to a warriors game. 2 x drinks hampers. 2 x £10 vouchers for Foxhunters pub. Garment bag Plus more to come Tickets cost £1 each and can be purchased from managers, players and parents. Please try…

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Whitley Arrows Vs. Solihull Barrons

Only the second home game of the season saw a roster of 20 players take on Solihull who started above Whitley in the league table.  Some early pressure from Whitley and some skillful play by Luke Royle let in Thomas Fraser who slotted into the top corner for a 1 – 0 lead after 3 minutes.  A speculative effort by Fraser was rewarded by another goal after 6 minutes.  Whitley’s…

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A disappointing home weekend for Whitley

It was a disappointing weekend for all at Whitley Bay Ice Hockey Club Junior Development after loosing all 5 of the games which were played. On Saturday, the Arrows played away to Coventry and lost 3 – 2. Following this, the short benched Mohawks played away to Telford and lost 9 – 2. Everyone thought the whole weekend could be reversed with two home games on Sunday, however this was not going to…

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