REMINDER - NOTICE OF CLUB EGM & AGM - Monday 6 August 7.45pm

You are hereby invited to attend an Extraordinary General Meeting and AGM of Kelburne Hockey Club to be held at the Clubhouse in Paisley on Monday 6th August at 7.45pm prompt - the EGM has been called for the purpose of considering and, if thought fit, passing a change to Sections 12 & 13 of the Kelburne Hockey Club Constitution.  

Please note - The proposed changes are that we, the club members, would like to change our Financial year end from December 31st to March 31st and to change the date of the club AGM from April to August.  All members, including juniors and social members, are invited to attend both the EGM and AGM, however, only full senior members are allowed to vote.

The Proposal will be voted on by the membership with a simple 'majority vote' considered. 

The AGM will follow at 8pm.

1. Attendance Confirmation

2.Apologies for absence

3. Approval of Minutes of 2017 AGM

4. President's report

5. Treasurer's report

6. Convenor's reports

7. Election of Office Bearers

8. A.O.C.B.

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Kelburne Annual Fete and Fun Day

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Kelburne Hockey Club
Annual Fete & Fun Day

Sunday 12th August
1pm

Loads of fun for all the family!

Aqua Water Walkers, Bouncy Castles, Hook a Prize, BBQ, Tea Tent, Tombola, Toy Stall, Coconut Shy, Bookstall, Face Painting, Hoopla Game, Bric-a-Brac, Craft Stalls, Plus many more stalls and attractions!

Kelburne Cricket Club, Whitehaugh, Greenlaw Drive, Paisley, PA1 3SF

Kelburne Summer Hockey Camp - Monday 30th July to 3rd August

REMEMBER to Book your Place:

Monday 30th July to 3rd August - 10am to 3pm daily - Early Drop-off available

Cost £60 for the week or £15 per day - family discounts available!

Come along and join in our action-packed week of hockey development with fun games and a themed tournament on the last day, Friday!  It's a great place to have fun and meet new friends.  Bring along a packed lunch and water.

For further information about the camp, contact: info@kelburne.com

To Sign-up use the link below:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScKyGiBadFDCFKDApACI-QKjzIbB1dLwlMNcQWcbRqoB6AD-Q/viewform?usp=sf_link

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Pro-life Kelburne Men's 2s Storm to Victory in Scottish Cup Finals vs Grange

SCOTTISH CUP FINALS - MEN'S DISTRICT CUP FINAL

Saturday 5th May 2018 at Glasgow National Hockey Centre.

The last game of the season for the Men's 2s saw them take to a sunny Glasgow National Hockey Centre for the District Cup Final.  In front of a large home crowd the team led by Stuart Robin, in the absence of Captain Mark Connor, hoping to get some silverware after finishing 4th in Regional 1. The guys started off strong and determined to get the first goal.  Youngster Niall Taylor (Scotland U16's Performance) scooped the ball away from two fallen Grange players keeping it in play and stormed up the wing to a sprinting Alan Walker who took a shot but the ball went wide.  Soon after the first goal came with great link up play between Finn  Galloway and Rory McClure, allowing Rory to score his first goal of the game.  Grange pushed for an equalizer and shortly afterwards earned a short corner from the left side of the D, which they slotted home past Goalkeeper Logan McClure (Scotland U16's) to draw the game level. This only caused Kelburne to step up a gear and it was one way traffic with Rory and Finn linking up before half time to score another goal each. The whole team dominated in midfield with Ross, Ewan, Hutchy and Alan linking in with all the forwards and overlapping runs from Connor Bain, Fraser Scott and Adam McInnes as full backs. Youngsters Niall, Ciaran and Jackson all played their parts along with the more experienced Stuart, Duff and JG. The second half saw the Kelburne Forwards run amok with the Grange defence. Then a loss ball in the Kelburne half was secured by Adam who picked out a 50m pass to Andrew Duff who spotted Rory in the D who calmly lifted the ball over a rushing GK on his reverse stick to secure his hat trick and effectively sealed the game for Kelburne.  Grange chasing the game then withdrew their GK and opted for a kicking back, only to give away Penalty Stroke which was swiftly slotted away by Finn, making it 5-2. Youngster Cameron McIntyre and a change of Goalies saw young Matthew Reason enter the field for the last portion of the game.  Retson pulling off some unorthodox saves eventually conceding a drag flick from a resulting Short Corner, proving just to be a consolation prize for Grange however. The cup was collected by Stuart Robin and his young boy on what proved to be a great family day for the team and the club. Here's to next season and the whole team are now looking forward to the club dinner 19th May at the Glynhill hotel.  A big shout out to Coach Colin McClure for all his support and encouragement throughout the season and to Captain Mark Connor.

Well done boys, all very proud of you!

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GRAND FINAL TICKETS - Earn your Club revenue!

REMEMBER - If you buy your Grand Finals ticket for the GNHC games on-line the club receives 40% of the revenue back via Scottish Hockey!  Game coverage to be live streamed.

Details via Scottish Hockey:

Clubs competing in the play-offs can benefit from a share of Grand Finals ticket sales revenue by selling tickets to their members/fans using a ‘club ticket link’.

Competing clubs will receive a club ticket link, specifically for their club, ahead of the Grand Finals and can distribute this link amongst their members for sales.

All revenue will be distributed by our Finance Team to clubs following the finals.

All tickets purchased without using a ‘club ticket link’ will see all proceeds going to Scottish Hockey.

Tickets will also be available to purchase at the gate with all proceeds going to Scottish Hockey.

Day tickets split for online sales

Adult: £7 (Club £3, Scottish Hockey £4)

Conc: £5 (Club £2, Scottish Hockey £3)

Tickets sold at the gate - £10/£7

Club Ticket links

Western Wildcats Men

Hillhead Men

Uddingston Men

Kelburne Men

GHK Women

Hillhead Women

Clydesdale Western Women

web: www.scottish-hockey.org.uk

 

 

 

 

 

Pro-life Kelburne Men's 3s Narrowly Miss out in Reserve Cup

2018 SCOTTISH CUP FINALS - MEN'S RESERVE CUP FINAL

Saturday 5th May, Glasgow National Hockey Centre.

The Pro-life Kelburne Men's 3s battled it out until the very end vs a strong Grange 3s side, achieving a superb third goal in the last few minutes reduced Grange's lead to a final score of 6-3. The Kelburne boys finished up as runners up in the Men's Reserve Cup.

Well done lads, a well fought match, all proud!

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Pro-life Kelburne Men's 2s Win District Cup Final

2018 SCOTTISH CUP FINALS - MEN'S DISTRICT CUP FINAL

Saturday 5th May, Glasgow National Hockey Centre.

The Kelburne Men's 2s were the 5-2 winners in the Men’s District Cup Final in a fantastic final victory over the Grange 2s.  A tense match with some outstanding hockey!

Well done boys, all so proud of you!

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 ..takes a team, their coach and positive support.. well done!

..takes a team, their coach and positive support.. well done!

JOCKEY’s TRAINING CANCELLED

JOCKEYS CANCELLED!

Unfortunately due to cup finals at Glasgow Green and holiday weekend we do not have enough coaches to run tomorrow’s Jockey session.  However we have teams playing in the finals at GG from 10am and it would be fabulous if our young players could come along in yellow to support. 

Furthermore we have a U-8 and U-12’s festival on Sunday at Linwood, all players would be more than welcome to attend and compete with Kelburne against other clubs.  9.30am for U-8’s, 10.30am for U-12’s 👍🏻

Scottish Cup Finals Weekend - support your Club

Cup Finals Weekend

Come along and support the club in the Scottish Cup Finals this weekend. Cheer on the Kelburne Men's 3s at 10am and the Men's 2s at 12pm at the GNHC.  The K5s also play at 12pm at Old Anniesland, Crow Road.

If you buy your Finals ticket for the GNHC games on-line the club receives 40% of the revenue back via Scottish Hockey!  Game coverage to be live streamed.

There are ten fantastic cup finals held over the weekend at the Glasgow National Hockey Centre and are all included in Cup Final tickets.

See Ticket Details below:

Full schedule on men’s finals day HERE

Full schedule on women’s finals day HERE

Buy your cup final tickets HERE

Tickets online

Single Day Tickets

Adult: £7 (+ booking fee)

Conc: £5 (+ booking fee)

Scottish Cup Finals Season Ticket

Entry to the men’s and women’s Scottish Cup finals. Nine finals: ONE ticket.

Adult: £10 (+ booking fee)

Conc: £7 (+ booking fee)

 

Finals Season Ticket

Entry to the men’s and women’s Scottish Cup finals + Grand Finals events.

Adult: £14 (+ booking fee)

Conc: £10 (+ booking fee)

Conc = U16 & Over-65s

Single day tickets at the gate: £10 Adults / £7 Conc

Tickets are also available through competing clubs to their fans and members.

No allocated seating – Main Stand seats available first come first served, otherwise standing.

 Go Kelburne!

Go Kelburne!

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Pro-life Kelburne Mens 5s beat Anchor 3-2

This proved to be an awkward game for Kelburne, with Anchor taking an early lead despite having only 8 men. Sam Hunt brought the score level with some nice build up play on the right side but still Kelburne looked unsure about how to deal with the Anchor counter attack. Top goal scorer Don Tervit was brought into the action and it wasn’t long before he had an impact, nudging Kelburne in front with some nice work inside the circle. The lead didn’t last long and again Kelburne seemed unsure about how to defend another counter, allowing Anchor to level 2-2 going into halftime. Conditions were very warm and going into the second half Anchor were expected to tire, especially with only 8 men still, but Kelburne still struggled to find the net.  Some desperate defending and scrappy finishing frustrated Kelburne but perseverance paid off and Sam Hunt got himself into a good position in front of goal to give Kelburne a 3-2 lead. This match didn’t reflect recent performances by Kelburne but they managed to hold on and bag another valuable 3 points.

Kelburne 5s next game is against Hillhead 6s on Saturday May 5th at Anniesland with a 2pm pushback

Pro-life Kelburne Mens 5s Beat Greenock 2s

On 14.4.18: In a lovely setting on a balmy (by recent standards) Saturday afternoon in Largs the Kelburne 5s took on a strong Greenock 2nd team. After losing the earlier meeting between the teams it was clear from the start that Greenock were keen to make up for this, and started the stronger shooting just past the right hand post early on. Their early pressure paid off when they won a short corner and fired high into the net, giving Fionn Wilson in goal no chance after just 5 minutes. Kelburne reacted well as first Charlie Feeney was unlucky to see his shot deflected past and then Sam Hunt had his well taken attempt saved by the keeper, Don was first to react but unfortunately his strike came back off the post. Play then went back up the other end as Fionn reacted well to save following another Greenock attack, to keep the score down. Greenock were then awarded another short corner, but Willie Hunt was out to clear this quickly to make sure there was no repeat from earlier. As Greenock continued to press, Callum Brown broke up their attack and quickly started a Kelburne counter with some nice stick play. This started a period of sustained pressure from Kelburne with Don feeding young Rory Donaldson, who was unfortunate to see his shot saved. Jared Bolland came off the bench and quickly got into the match passing in to Don who won a short. Following some great play from Rory, he laid it back for Dick, whose well struck shot was unable to be diverted in at the back post. As the 1st half was coming to a close, Kelburne kept up this pressure with some nice interplay from Dick and Don and again young Rory and Dick resulting in another shot being well saved by the keeper.  They wouldn't let up and after some great pressing from Jared, the ball broke to Hamish who found young Tommy Austin with a nice pass, and the reverse stick finish was sublime - quickly renamed from the side as the Tommyhawk! With just a couple of minutes left, Fionn had to be on his toes to make sure there was no quick response. There was still time for Rory to force a long corner and after some nice dribbling, a fine shot from Dick was once again denied by a great save. Half Time 1-1. Kelburne started the 2nd half where they left off with Charlie pressuring the Greenock defence to turn over possession. After just 5 minutes, following some lovely wing play from Sam he sent a well struck reverse stick pass to the centre and young Charlie ran in to finish with aplomb, sending it by the sprawling keeper to give the Kelburne team a 2-1 lead. Further pressure resulted in 2 quick short corners, the first a shot from Hamish again kept out by the alert keeper. The 2nd resulted in 2 shots from Don the first saved and 2nd into the side netting.

Following further skill from Sam down the right he again fired into the centre but as the defender missed it Jared was unable to take advantage as it came to him quickly. Another short for Kelburne resulted in a shot from Willie this time, but the same result as the keeper kept it out. After some lovely play from Calum Fleming he cleverly fed into Don who was once again denied by another fantastic save from the keeper. He was certainly out to make sure Don's dry streak in front of goal continued. Hamish then suffered a nasty cut to the eye which forced him off and Dick also had to leave the field around this time which seemed to disrupt the team for a spell. Young Rowan McClure in goal for the 2nd half had to be on his guard and did well to turn a Greenock shot round the post. As they continued to press, they forced a short corner and just as they thought they had scored, Scott Peters stepped in to make a fantastic goal line clearance to deny the equaliser. Unfortunately this only delayed the event as following another short a powerful hit to the bottom corner evaded Rowan's attempt to save it. With only a few minutes left, the young Kelburne team didn't let their heads go down, and as anyone who has watched them this season will know, they fight to the very end of every game, and so it proved once again. Following a great steal from Don he passed in to the centre and young Charlie was there on hand to fire his 2nd and the game winning goal past the keeper, as if to show Don how it's done. A well deserved and hard fought victory, which moved them back up to 2nd in the league.  Full Time: Greenock (2s) 2 - 3 Kelburne (5s).

Next Saturday 21st April Kelburne 5s travel to ON-X Linwood to play against Anchor in a local derby.

 

Bromac Kelburne Mens 1's Convincing Win vs Western Wildcats 4-1

On Saturday 14th April Kelburne mens 1’s faced a tough away fixture against their biggest rivals Western Wildcats. At this stage of the season every game for Kelburne is a must win game if they want to claim their 14th league title in a row. Wildcats, who are currently sitting 4th, were looking to pick up some points to keep the chasing pack at bay from that fourth play off spot. So an exciting game was on the cards. The first half got underway with both teams trying to create chances without much luck. Wildcats then had a purple patch, winning a corner which was dealt with by the Kelburne defence. The pressure continued and it paid off with a nice reverse stick finish to give the Wildcats the lead. This seemed to spur Kelburne into life, with a lot of ball possession and chances created. A few corners were won and some heroic defending by the Wildcats kept the score at 1-0 but Kelburne weren’t to be kept out. Some nice interplay between Neil McIntyre and Jack McKenzie gave the latter a chance on his reverse which he duly dispatched between the keeper’s legs. As the half drew to a close more chance were created by Kelburne but the Wildcats defence held strong. Kelburne started the second half with purpose and put the Wildcats players under pressure every time they had the ball. This paid off with a number of corners being won and chances created. Josh Cairns eventually gave Kelburne the lead with a low drag flick. Craig Morton added another with a good rebound finish from a corner and Michael Christie completed the scoring with a well worked corner routine that set up a simple tap in for the veteran. Goal keeper Rory Kerr also mopped up the odd attack from the Wildcats to give the paisley side a comfortable 4-1 victory. A solid second half performance will give the Paisley outfit confidence going into their next league fixture with Edinburgh Uni knowing that only victories will be good enough if the title is to be retained.

 Goals from Mackenzie, Cairns, C Morton and M Christie for a 4-1 win!

Goals from Mackenzie, Cairns, C Morton and M Christie for a 4-1 win!

Pro-Life Kelburne Ladies 2s Beat Dundee Uni 4-1

On 25.3.18 - Even though we struggled for players, it was a great turn out. Thank you to Phoebe, Caoimhe and Lynne for stepping in, some great play from them. Some fabulous balls and runs from mid-field, Jen, Lucy, Dalia and Caoimhe, we had a great line of defence with Niamh, Amy, Drew and Abbie as our goalie and a very strong forward line with Jenny, Molly and Ambar. Half time we were sitting at 1-1 with Jenny Cuthbertson's goal.  As the second half continued Kelburne dominated the half, with numerous short corners that eventually lead to a goal from Jenny Cuthbertson and two fantastic power strikes from Drew Berry, to wrap up the points for Kelburne ladies 2s.

Bromac Kelburne Mens 1s Lose Out to Clydesdale on Penalties

On 18.3.18 : On Sunday  Kelburne travelled to Titwood to play there quarter final match in cold conditions. Kelburne started the game brightly with intent and purpose in there play causing afew threatening attacks. As the game grew on Clydesdale began to come into the game partly down to the drop in intensity of Kelburnes play allowing afew of the promising young players in the Clydesdale side to gain confidence. Kelburne were guilty of lowering standards throughout the team and were guilty of poor attacking decisions and struggled to find any rhythm in the latter part of the half. HT 0-0 As the 2nd half started you could see intent from both teams to come out and play knowing a semi final place was up from grabs. Kelburne winning an early short corner that they failed to convert in the early moments. With Kelburne pushing forward Kelburne always looked disjointed at the back with Clydesdale's counter attacks with both teams trying to find the opening goal. Both teams were finding themselves in both D's but not really working either goalkeeper and as the continued it looked more likely that it would need to be decided on penalties. As the game approached the final stages Josh Cairns was yellow carded for a tackle on the half way line and with about 5 minutes remaining Johnny Christie also found himself on the sidelines for reacting to a follow through tackle.

FT 0-0 - Game goes to pens Clydesdale winning 7-6 Disappointing result for Kelburne losing on pens who will now turn their intentions to what will be a big weekend in the league title chase. Kelburne will be playing Grange on Saturday at Glasgow Green 1.30 and Sunday 3.00 at Glasgow Green against Menzieshill in what will prove to be 2 testing encounters. Congratulations on Clydesdale advancing to the Scottish Cup Semi Finals.