Summer events keep the team spirit alive at Dromore Ladies Hockey Club
Dromore Ladies Hockey Club has finished the season but seniors are keeping fit and having fun with cricket and go karting which is as competitive as the hockey but perfect team building.
There are also plans for the start of pre-season training and things this year will certainly commence in style-keep an eye on Facebook and the website for further details.
End of season awards have been presented and as the junior club flourishes and goes from strength to strength,the senior juniors lend a hand, helping to coach and mentoring the younger girls as they assist at all their events from training to fun events.
Well done to all their Under 13 and under 15 players and thank you for all your help this year. These girls are the future of the club as they move towards seniors and help the club grow.
The club’s summer hockey school aims to run again this year pending the council having finished their work on the lights and pitch at Ferris Park, so a deposit will secure your place at this fun event and forms are available at the Leisure Centre.
Primary 7 to Under 18 Monday 18 to Wednesday 20th August.
Primary 3 (from Sept 2014) Wednesday 20th to Friday 22nd August.
Check online www.dromoreladieshockeyclub.co.uk or join them on Facebook or Twitter for regular updates.
Under 13 and under 15 season award winners:
U13 Player of the year Holly Hanna; U13 Most improved player Megan Mackay; U13 Most Promising Eve Hughes; U13 Personality Morgan Hennessy; U13 Outstanding Achievement Ela McGurk; U13 All Star Anna Trimble; U13 Top Goal Scorer Morgan Hennessy; U15 Player of the Year Alex Patterson; U15 Most improved Emily Robinson; U15 Most Promising Emma Warnock; U15 Personality Natalie Hoy; U15 Outstanding Achievement Kirsty Wilson; U15 AllStar Rebekah Dougan; U15 Top Goal Scorer Alanna Wilson; Most consistent Junior club member & trophy Lauren Nicholl; Junior club Member of the Year & Hockey Trophy Alice Winston.
Cricket is held on Monday nights at Ferris Park.