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Report of game played on Saturday 22nd February 2020

1st Team (No Match yet)
Kingswinford 15 - 5 Kings Heath Pickwick 2nd
Goal Scorers:

Badgers (No Fixture - Half Term)

Report for Saturday 15th February 2020

1st Team (Match cancelled by Worcester)
Worcester 7th v Kingswinford

Badgers (No Fixture - Half Term)

Report of games played on Saturday 8th February 2020

1st Team (Match Report from Facebook)
Kingswinford 6 - 3 Birmingham Univ 6th
Goal Scorers: Aaron Wilkes (4), Rohan Toora, Ajay Sandhu

With University of Birmingham Sport being the only team to take points away from KHC this season, we wanted the three points to send a message, and all but cement promotion this season. But at the same time, UOB weren’t happy in 2nd and wanted to take top spot away from us.
This one was definitely going to be game of the season!!!

UOB we’re fit, focussed, had a great structure and took the game straight to The Kings.
KHC were setup and organised by Coach Billu Sandhu this week, who opted for an attacking approach. From the get go, the game was end to end bit UOB getting the better of the early exchanges. But The Kings grew into the game and their experience started to show. Defending resolutely and attacking with purpose, they went into half time with a narrow lead.

Knowing that UOB had the better fitness levels and far more youthful average age, he reverted to a 4-4-2 for the 2nd half, to maintain the lead and make sure we weren’t hit on the counter. This proved to be a work of genius as they were kept out of the “D” on several occasions. By some great defending from Andy Critchlow, Sharminder Dhaliwal, Dulla Sandhu, Kuli Toora and Kulwant Singh.

KHC managed to see out the half and the win with some great short corners from the front line.

We’ve had some tough test in the last few games, but this without a doubt was the best game of the season against an amazing UOB side. We look forward to seeing them next year in SW3!!!

Next week Kings travel down the M5 to Worcester Hockey. This will be the first meeting of the two teams this season and we’re looking forward to the game and the after game social with them.

Badgers (No Match Report yet)
Kingswinford 0 - 2 Old Wulfrunians

Report of games played on Saturday 1st February 2020

1st Team (Match Report from Facebook)
Kingswinford 7 - 4 Pershore 2nd
Goal Scorers: Aaron Wilkes (4), Colin Morris, Jasdeep Bhadal, Ajay Sandhu

The first of two home games in two weeks saw Pershore travel down for the 3pm start.
After a slightly one sided affair in the reverse fixture, Pershore brought a stronger and more physical side, who knew they were still in the running for a promotion spot!!!

Kings started with a different setup which left Sandhu, Jawanda and Critchlow on the bench. Pershore recognised this and pushed the KHC defence hard for the first 10 minutes. Seeing that we were on the back foot, it didn’t take long for the Captain to throw on the heavy guns.
Half-time saw KHC on top, but only just...

As soon as the 2nd half started, Pershore saw an opportunity and grabbed it with both hands. They attacked in numbers and scored in the first minute to put a whole load of pressure on The Kings. Luckily, the talent and wise heads in the team, went straight down the other end and retaliated by scoring a great goal of their own.

The rest of the half saw a great battle between the two sides, with KHC just about coming out on top. It must have been a great game to watch and it was definitely one of the best matches I have had the pleasure to play in.

Next week sees a top of the table clash against University of Birmingham at the Doug Ellis Sports Centre starting at 3pm.

Badgers (No Match Report yet)
Streetly 1 - 1 Kingswinford
Goal Scorer: Streetly loanee

Report of game played on Saturday 25th January 2020

1st Team (Match Report from Facebook)
Redditch 4th 0 - 16 Kingswinford
Goal Scorers: Aaron Wilkes (7), Balkar Jawanda (3), Ajay Sandhu (2), Jasdeep Bhadal (2), Kuldip Randhawa, Colin Morris

A later than normal, 4:30pm, start for Kingswinford saw the team turn up to the Redditch ground on a dark, wet and gloomy afternoon. Having not had the first fixture, KHC didn’t know what to expect so we prepared like it was a top of the table clash.

With the game before us over running a little, KHC were able to have a good team talk and a great warm up. Meaning they were ready to go from the off. We immediately pressed the back line from the off and were awarded three short corners in the first five minutes. Unfortunately, we didn’t practise them in the war up and didn’t get anywhere near the goal. Much room for improvement here.

With Sandhu demanding an improvement in front of goal, it was he who took the game by the scruff of the neck, to beat several defenders and the keeper to slot home. After this, it was KHC on the offensive and managing to break down a very experienced and dogged defence. Wilkes, Jawanda and Bhadal made it 8-0 at the interval.

At the start of the 2nd half Redditch decided to keep the ball, despite us giving them the ball at the start of the first... we absolutely loved it!!! Redditch were fighting to the end and really didn’t make it easy for us. Despite the score line, we had to work very very hard in the 2nd half as Redditch fought for absolutely everything.

The after match hospitality was fantastic as always and we look forward to playing RHC again.

Next week we are home at Doug Ellis Sports Centre with a start time of 3:00pm against Pershore Hockey Club

Badgers (Match cancelled due to lack of players)
Kingswinford v Wednesbury

Report of game played on Sunday 19th January 2020

O50's (No Match Report yet - match abandoned by umpire in 2nd half)
Barford Tigers 2 - 1 Kingswinford
Goal Scorer: Jamil Ahmed

Report of game played on Saturday 18th January 2020

1st Team (Match Report from Facebook)
Kingswinford 7 - 0 Edgbaston 7th
Goal Scorers: Aaron Wilkes (4), Balkar Jawanda (3)

With Kingswinford HC sitting top of the league after the first round of fixtures, we welcomed a strong Edgbaston side for the first return fixture.

Edgbaston had us rattled even before the game started, with a phone call in the week asking if we were “ready to lose our first game of the season”. With this message delivered to the team and having watched them warm up... we knew we had a challenge on our hands and had a long afternoon to look forward to.

A squad of 13 was soon reduced to 12 as Jassi Bhadal felt a twinge in his knee in the first 5 minutes, so thought it best to rest up, as we have a difficult season ahead.

The early exchanges were poor with both teams working out what the other had in their artillery. It was Edgbaston who had the first foray into the D, but thankfully some good work from Dulla Sandhu prevented the shot on goal.

It was only then that our forward line decided to take it to EHC. Wilkes, Jawanda, Morris and Dhaliwal pressed from the front and Wilkes converted our first short corner with a great Drag Flick.

I would love to say it was one way traffic from there on in, but the Edgbaston defence was solid and didn’t let us settle on the ball, whilst their midfield and forward line worked tirelessly all game to disrupt our game and have some great attacks.

Thankfully the experience KHC had in their ranks shone through and we managed to get over the line with the dynamic duo of Wilkes and Jawanda, converting another 6 chances.

But a huge amount of credit to the opposition who without doubt gave us the toughest challenge of the season, so far. Despite the score line, the keeper was in inspired form.

Next week we are away to Redditch Hockey Club with a late 16:30 start.

Badgers (Match cancelled by opposition)
Old Halesonians v Kingswinford

Report of games played on Saturday 11th January 2020

1st Team (Match Report from Facebook)
Kingswinford 21 - 0 Aldridge & Walsall 4th
Goal Scorers: Aaron Wilkes (8) Balkar Jawanda (4), Rohan Toora (3), Kulwant Singh, Colin Morris, Ajay Sandhu, Kuli Toora, Dulla Sandhu, Jassi Bhadal

Kingswinford’s first game back after the New Year ended the first half of fixtures, with the opponents being Aldridge & Walsall HC. Having only just played them last week in a friendly fixture, it was going to be a tactical challenge.

Rain, Wind, Gloomy Skies, Turkey/Beer/Christmas Belly, everything needed for a January fixture, we had (especially the bellies).

Aldridge & Walsall Hockey Club arrived at the game with a make shift keeper and only 10 men, but kept this close to their chest and made KHC go through a good warm up and worry about what was coming up against them. They came with a lot of experience, but with some promising youth players as well. They held resolute at the back with some fantastic tackling and defensive work. But 10 minutes into the 1st half Kings took the lead and it was more of the same from there.

A huge thank you to AWHC for fielding a team and playing the fixture where other teams have... “not got enough players”
We had the pleasure of welcoming them back to our clubhouse afterwards where drink flowed.

Next week see the return fixture against Edgbaston Hockey Club. 3pm start at Doug Ellis Sports Centre, Perry Barr.

Badgers (No Match Report yet)
Old Wulfrunians 5 - 3 Kingswinford
Goal Scorers: Ethan Smith (2), Fletcher Chance

Report of game played on Sunday 5th January 2020

O50's (No Match Report yet)
Kingswinford 5 - 1 Lichfield
Goal Scorers: Jamil Ahmed (2), Colin Morris (2) & Billy Jawanda

Report of game played on Saturday 4th January 2020

1st Team (No Match Report yet)
Aldridge & Walsall 3rd/4th 1 - 7 Kingswinford
Goal Scorers: Dulla Sandhu, Sharm Dhaliwal, Kuldip Randhawa, Colin Morris (2), Kaza Purewal, Billy Sandhu

Badgers (No Fixture)

Report for Saturday 14th December 2019 - No fixtures

Report of game played on Saturday 7th December 2019

1st Team (Match Report from Facebook)
Kidderminster 1st 0 - 16 Kingswinford
Goal Scorers: Scorers unknown

After last week's emotional rollercoaster, todays game was always going to be a subdued affair. With Jawanda still away on international duty, the Father and Son duo of Dulla and AJ landed at Heathrow at 9am and were on the pitch ready to go... what jet-lag???
But also, after last weeks scare, Paul Whatmore was back in goal. This was such a relief for all of us. Our thoughts were still with Gurch.

Wilkes continued to Captain the side and led the team out with some fantastic words of encouragement and passion. Todays game was for Gurcharan and everyone knew it.

Unfortunately, we weren't able to get a full match report for this game, but Kidderminster fought resolutely, but KHC had a huge reason to win this game and fought all the way through for a 16-0 win.

A great end to the year, sitting at the top of the table but slightly tainted with last weeks sadness. We hope everyone had a fantastic Christmas and New Year and we start again with a friendly on 4th January against Walsall at Aston Uni Rec Grounds.

Badgers (Match cancelled by K'Ford due to lack of players)
Kingswinford v Sutton Coldfield Lions

Report of games played on Saturday 30th November 2019

1st Team (Match Report from Facebook)
Kingswinford 2 - 0 Finchfield 5th
Goal Scorer: Aaron Wilkes (2)

Match abandoned but result stands

With a few players missing, including Balkar Jawanda playing for England in Argentina and Dulla & Captain Ajay at a family wedding in Mexico. The team were under pressure to deliver a result against a tough side.

But little did anyone know what the game had in store...

It was a frosty afternoon, with the pitch just about passing the inspection and the game going ahead. Having said that, the players were finding it difficult to get used to the harder than normal pitch.

Within the first 10 minutes, Aaron Wilkes got into the D and won a short corner which he converted expertly. On the run back to the half way line, the lads noticed that our keeper, Paul, had collapsed on the floor. With no one knowing what had happened, the team rushed over to his aid. Realising this was more than a muscular injury, the club were quick to call for an ambulance. With the game being delayed whilst the paramedics arrived, KHC and Finchfield were rightly concerned about Paul's well being. Once the paramedics arrived and wheeled the keeper away, veteran Gurcharan Matharu who was watching the game, threw his pads on and stepped up, despite resting himself for the O50's game the next day.

10 or so minutes on, KHC scored a fantastic team goal, which Wilkes converted on the reverse stick. The game restarted with Finchfield in possession, then our defence noticed that the replacement keeper was lying in his goal. The defence ran straight over to investigate. This time, there was far more urgency. Gurch wasn't breathing and Aaron Wilkes immediately administered CPR. On the side we had our qualified First Aider who ran straight on to the pitch and took over. Luckily, the ambulance dealing with Paul was still in the car park. Wilkes ran over to get their attention and they subsequently ran to the pitch. This was a serious one!!! Gurcharan had stopped breathing for 7 minutes in total and had it not been for the fast acting efforts of Aaron, Tanya and the Emergency Services, he would not be with us today.
Finchfield were gracious enough to end the game there and give us the win.

I am happy to say that Paul has made a full recovery after a slight heart issues, but it needs to be monitored regularly.
Gurcharan had a heart attack and was in hospital for several days afterwards. We are glad to report that he is back home recovering after a quadruple heart bypass.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank Finchfield Hockey Club for their help and support on the day but also for keeping asking about our team members days/weeks after the match.
A massive thank you to Aaron and Tanya for their life saving efforts but also to our fantastic Emergency Services who were outstanding in dealing with both situations.

For a game that lasted less than 20 minutes... this was a big one.
Next week we are away at Kidderminster, not sure who's playing in goal though... any offers?

Badgers (No Match Report yet)
Kingswinford 0 - 1 Finchfield

Report of game played on Saturday 23rd November 2019

1st Team (Cancelled by opposition - lack of players)
Shrewsbury 4th v Kingswinford

Badgers (No Match Report yet)
West Bromwich 2 - 0 Kingswinford

Report of games played on Saturday 16th November 2019

1st Team (Match Report by Ajay Sandhu)
Kingswinford 21 - 2 Bromsgrove 5th
Goal Scorers: Aaron Wilkes (11), Colin Morris (4), Balkar Jawanda (2), Ajay Sandhu (2), Rohan Toora, Hari Singh

Seven weeks into the season and KHC were playing their very first home game!!! Whilst having our smallest squad of the season so far (13) our supporters were in their masses.

Bromsgrove arrived with squad 15 men strong, with what seemed to a mix of youth and experience. They were up for the fight and despite their lowly place in the league table, they worried KHC in the warm up meaning Wilkes had to give the team a bit of a warning. We were definitely not in for an easy afternoon.

3:00pm soon came around and the game began. KHC were hesitant about what was in front of them and planned to control possession as much as possible. We played the ball amongst ourselves and were put under pressure by the fantastic Bromsgrove Youth players. But thankfully, KHC's experience shone through and we were able to establish a firm footing in the game.

The scoreline definitely flatters us, as Bromsgrove kept coming at us with great heart and determination. I would especially like to mention the Bromsgrove Youth players, as they were outstanding!!! They ran for 70 minutes and played fair, aggressive hockey. Bromsgrove have some great potential coming through their ranks in the coming years.

We look forward to the return fixture.

Next week sees the team have a break and return on 30th November.

Badgers (No Match Report yet - played at Wolverhampton, Coseley unplayable)
Kingswinford 2 - 0 Wolverhampton
Goal Scorer: Ben Lewis (2)

Report of game played on Sunday 10th November 2019

O50's (No Match Report yet)
Kingswinford 2 - 1 Sutton Coldfield
Goal Scorers: Nirmal Singh, Hari Singh

Report of games played on Saturday 9th November 2019

1st Team (Match Report by Ajay Sandhu)
Kings Heath Pickwick 2nd 1 - 8 Kingswinford
Goal Scorers: Aaron Wilkes (3), Colin Morris (3), Ajay Sandhu, Hari Singh

A top of the table clash on a cold and wet November afternoon. Literally what dreams are made of...
Despite the horrible weather, KHC had a fantastic warm up and were raring to go at the whistle. Fully expecting an onslaught from Kings Heath and missing Andy Critchlow for the start, KHC opted for a slightly more defensive stance with a 4-5-1 line up. The minutes ticked by and Kingswinford realised they were completely in control of the match. With the addition of Critchlow from his M6 nightmare, the likes of Wilkes, Jawanda and Sandhu were given the freedom to stroll forward.
Kings Heath put up a great defence, but we’re broken down by a mesmerising run by AJ Sandhu who was able to square to Hari Singh to put KHC ahead after approx 20 mins.
The remainder of the 1st half saw KHC bury 4 goals past Kings Heath making it 5-0 at half time.

Kings Heath put up a spirited fight back in the first few minutes of the 2nd half and pulled one back. But the forward lines of Rohan Toora, Kaza Purewal, Hari Singh, Wilkes and Jawanda pressed on and converted another 3 chances.

Leaving the victory at 8-1, Kaza Purewal commented “ Today was a tough one, not the best weather and decent amount of travelling to get here. But the lads put in a performance and we can’t ask for more than that. Win, Lose or Draw we’re all together as a family and we proved that today".

Badgers (No Match Report yet)
Barford Tigers 5 - 3 Kingswinford
Goal Scorers: Ben Lewis (2), Callum Walton

Report for Saturday 2nd November 2019

1st Team (Match cancelled by Worcester)
Kingswinford v Worcester 7th

Badgers (No Fixture - Half Term)
(Club Match cancelled due to flooded pitch)

Report of game played on Saturday 26th October 2019

1st Team (Match Report by Sharm Dhaliwal)
Birmingham Univ 6th 3 - 3 Kingswinford
Goal Scorers: Aaron Wilkes (2), Balkar Jawanda.

On a cold and wet Saturday afternoon, KHC sailed their boats to Birmingham to ply their trade against a strong, young and fit UOB side. KHC true to tradition, raised the stakes by omitting to inform their keeper of the revised pushback time. Starting the game with 11 outfield players, KHC took the game to their opponents and were unlucky not to go ahead with their first attack.

However, with the arrival of crazy legs Garcha in goal, KHC took their foot off the pedal and allowed UOB to start playing. Against the run of play, UOB scored with their only two forays into the KHC “D”. KHC managed to pull back a goal from silky Wilky, and had a good penalty shout when J star Sandhu was impeded when clear on goal. KHC equalised when silky Wilky scored again from a penalty stroke.

Half time 2-2.

The second half started with KHC going for the win and got their reward when the silver fox scored from a well worked penalty corner. However, the win was not to be as UOB managed to score an equaliser with the clock ticking. The game finished 3-3, with KHC reflecting on what could have been. It was a game with many missed opportunities, our normally reliable penalty corner routines were like the weather, forlorn and damp. The positives to be taken from this was our fighting spirit and the fact that the UOB average age was less than our youngest player and yet we competed and surpassed them in effort and passion.
Roll on next Saturday when we host Worcester HC at the Doug Ellis Sports Centre at an earlier than normal start time of 11:00am.

Badgers (No Match - Half Term)

Report of games played on Saturday 19th October 2019

1st Team (Match Report by Ajay Sandhu)
Pershore 2nd 0 - 9 Kingswinford
Goal Scorers: Aaron Wilkes (5), Balkar Jawanda (3), Kuldip Randhawa.

After last week’s cancelled fixture, KHC were ready and raring to go this Saturday. Up against a tough Pershore side who beat Redditch 13-0 just a couple of weeks before, we knew we had a fight on our hands. The pitch had been watered earlier on by the rubbish weather, but the sun had come out just in time for us to step on the pitch to warm up. A perfect day to play hockey!
KHC were missing a couple of the regular side, so looked to Pal Purewal and Kuldip Randhawa to bolster their attacking options. We almost had everyone arrive on time.

With our top scoring forward leaving at half time, KHC started the game knowing they had a job to do and Pershore were not going to be a push over. They have made some great signings over the summer and showed their intent from the off. They pressed with a high line and wanted to put us under pressure from the off. But our back three dealt with the first attack of the half quite brilliantly.
Not wanting to be outdone, our front three of Kaza Purewal, Sharminder Dhaliwal and Jawanda put on an attacking master class, with help from our midfield trio of Wilkes, Hari Singh and Sonny Matharu.

10 minutes later, its 0-3. The first coming from a ruthless short corner drag flick from Wilkes. The second from another short corner, a neat exchange between AJ and Jawanda, with the latter slipping it straight past the keeper and the two defenders on the line. Then AJ stepped up to take a drag flick of his own, not the greatest penalty corner as it smashed straight down the middle, off the keepers pads, although he picked up the rebound and passed to Jawanda who scored his second of the afternoon.

Goals 4 and 5 were scored before half time. Jawanda completing his hat-trick and Wilkes getting his 2nd. Both from open play coming after some great individual skill and hard work.

At half time, we had a slight reshuffle to accommodate Jawanda’s departure and we’re back under way. Expecting a huge press from the opposition, KHC held the ball around the back four, looking to hit on a counter. Fortunately the press didn’t come and KHC were able to start where they left off. KHC were completely dominant from there on in. Wilkes scored another four goals, including a great penalty stroke, but the best goal of the day came from Kuldip Randhawa!!! Deciding on a slight variation, we wanted the injection into Kuldip, who’s stop and strike was reminiscent of a bullet. The umpire had to check if there was a hole in the back board!!!

That concluded the 2nd half and the game. Another three points in the bag and a healthy number of goals to add to our goal tally.

“It was great to see a Kingswinford team fight for each other rather than with the opposition or the umpires. The entire team passed the ball around so well, especially in the 2nd half, it was a joy to play the game” commented Sardul Sandhu.

Man of the Match - Gurcharan Matharu for keeping a clean sheet and organising his defence so well.

Next week we are away to Birmingham University who currently sit just behind us in the table. Shaping up to be an early season decider and a game we can’t wait to play!!!

Badgers (No Match Report yet)
Kingswinford 0 - 1 Streetly

Report of games played on Saturday 12th October 2019

1st Team (Match Report by Billy Sandhu)
Kingswinford v Redditch 4th (Cancelled by Redditch)
Replaced by a Club match.

This Saturday, Kingswinford HC were due to play Redditch HC 4’s in their opening home fixture at The Doug Ellis Sports Centre. Unfortunately, Redditch were unable to raise a team for the fixture and had to forfeit the game, giving KHC a 3-0 win and 3 points.
Meaning the season has started with 2 wins out of 2 and KHC sit top of T3: South West 4.

Due to Redditch cancelling the game on Thursday night, we were unable to find a replacement friendly. Therefore we brought together some of the 1’s, Veterans and Badgers for an inter club game. In celebration of Pal Purewal’s 75th Birthday !
Although it was a competitive game, Kingswinford came out victorious and we are pleased to announce there were no injuries.
Veteran Pal Purewal celebrated his 75th Birthday hosting at the clubhouse with a full spread of mix grills, beers, spirits and cake.
Next weekend, KHC travel to play Pershore 2’s in what could be a tough test for the boys. Pershore also had a rest week, but previously thumped Redditch 13-0.

Badgers (No Match Report yet)
Wednesbury 2 - 0 Kingswinford

Report of game played on Saturday 5th October 2019

1st Team (Match Report by Ajay Sandhu)
Edgbaston 7th 3 - 10 Kingswinford
Goal Scorers: Aaron Wilkes (3), Balkar Jawanda (3), Kulwant Singh (2), Hari Singh, Sunny Rehal

This Saturday saw the long awaited resurrection of Kingswinford Hockey Club Men’s 1st team, thanks to a lot of behind the scenes work from Kaza Purewal and Billy Sandhu. Sporting some of the Club’s regular old faces, we also welcomed several new additions to the Kingswinford Hockey family.

Months of planning and recruitment came to an end at 16:30 on Saturday 5th October and it became time to do the talking on the pitch. KHC fielded a strong starting line up which began in a confident mood and were on the front foot from the off. It didn’t take long for new signing Aaron Wilkes to open his account for the Club with some great work inside the Edgbaston D and a smart finish. From then on, KHC looked comfortable in possession and dominated the early exchanges. Having said that, the Edgbaston Keeper stood resolute in his goal and kept his side in the game. With several shots saved and two short corners kept out, KHC had to change something. At the next short corner, Ajay Sandhu stepped up to beat the first two defenders and slipped the ball to Balkar Jawanda who calmly slotted the ball home for KHC’s 2nd goal. The third came from veteran Hari Singh, who popped up at the back post to tap in a pass from Jawanda.

The back four were largely untroubled throughout the first half and maintained a high line, but after a well worked move by the Edgbaston forwards, they were able to penetrate the KHC defence and loop a reverse stick effort over the helpless Gurcharan Matharu in goal.

Kingswinford were disappointed with the concession and attacked more aggressively with Wilkes, Jawanda, Kulwant Singh and Colin Morris working hard to increase our advantage. Before the end of the half, Jawanda and Wilkes added a goal each to make the half time score 1-5.

After a regroup at half time, KHC found an extra gear and scored two well worked goals in quick succession, from Kulwant Singh and the third for Balkar Jawanda.

With the game seemingly comfortable, KHC made some defensive and midfield changes to rotate the squad and rest some players. Edgbaston took full advantage of this and introduced a couple of players not seen in the first half, who then went on to score two goals.

It was then great to see the mature heads come to the fore and impose some structure on the game and pushed Edgbaston back, allowing Kulwant Singh to complete his brace, Wilkes to complete his hat-trick and Sunny Rehal to score on his debut.

A closing statement from club legend, Pal Purewal, read:
‘It is great to see Kingswinford HC back playing league hockey. Whilst it is great to have most of our older members back with us, it is pleasing to see we have been able to recruit youth players who can hopefully propel us up the leagues over the coming years. We have always been a sociable and family friendly club which I’m sure will continue, but it’s time to get Kingswinford Hockey Club back at the top, where they belong.

We look forward to welcoming Redditch HC 4’s to our new home pitch at the Doug Ellis Sports Centre in Perry Barr next Saturday at 3pm. We invite all members and the local community to join us.’

Badgers (Match cancelled by KHC due to lack of players)
Kingswinford v Old Halesonians

Report of game played on Saturday 28th September 2019

1st Team (No Match Report yet)
Sikh Union Coventry 2nd 5 - 6 Kingswinford
Goal Scorers:

Badgers (No Fixture)

Report of game played on Saturday 21st September 2019

1st Team (No Match Report yet)
Hampton-in-Arden 5th 3 - 7 Kingswinford
Goal Scorers:

Badgers (No Fixture)

Report of game played on Saturday 14th September 2019

1st Team (No Match Report yet)
Berkswell & Balsall Common 3rd 3 - 22 Kingswinford
Goal Scorers:

Badgers (No Fixture)

Report of game played on Saturday 7th September 2019

Seniors (Club Match)

Badgers (No Fixture)