The three younger squads swapped the sunshine of Scotland for the bright rays of Swansea, traveling to Wales for their GB&I 4 Nations last weekend. The W45s faced Wales first. Keepers Ali Hosie and Sheona Craig made last-ditch saves in
Glasgow welcomed 16 teams from England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales at the weekend. And the visitors brought the sunshine with them as the GB&I 4 Nations between the women’s 50, 55, 60 and 65 age groups got underway. As always the
The Scottish Masters M60s, M65s and the M70s travelled down to Swansea on the 12th May to take part in the GB&I 4 Nations tournament. The weather in Swansea was superb, which took it’s toll on the fair Scots. Poor
It’s almost time for Scottish Masters men’s squads to say “Bonjour” to their first tournament of the year. The M60s, M65s and M70s will be taking part in the Celtic Cup in Paris, France, between 28 April and 1 May.
“I’m so old it’s ridiculous,” says Winifred, on making her Scotland Masters debut aged 75. But there’s nothing ridiculous about the Falkirk and Linlithgow Hockey Club player’s story. We caught up with her at the recent GB&I 4 Nations competition
After the M70 squad had to pull out of the GB&I 4 Nations tournament, a number of late injuries threatened the participation of the M60s and M65 Scotland squads too. But the teams rallied, undertook the journey to Southgate, London,
The first tournament to be hosted by Scottish Masters Hockey will be the Celtic Cup for men’s over 60, over 65 and over 70 teams this April. This popular, annual competition goes back to 2008 in Aberdeen when Scotland took