The Romsey Girls Under 14s team welcomes all under-fourteen girls from the region. There are no geographical restrictions but commitment to regular attendance of training sessions is greatly encouraged.

The team is managed by Ed James, and the objectives are:

  • promote skill development;
  • encourage team spirit;
  • inspire participation for many years to come;
  • have fun and make new friends.

In the 2013/14 Season the team are playing competitively in the Hampshire League – Under 14 Division 2.


GU14s Team Photo

Latest Match: 14 Jan 18

Latest Result: Romsey 0 - 4 Trojans

League Position: 6

Next Match: No fixtures found

Further team specific information can be found on the following pages:

Information from previous seasons can be found in the archives, and in the Historic Honours List.


Are you the parent or guardian of a child who is keen and enthusiastic to try hockey?

Are you a junior who wants to play an exciting and exhilarating sport?

Romsey Hockey Club prides itself on being a family friendly club, and welcomes children of all ability and applicable age. The Club provides a fantastic, friendly environment to play hockey and have fun.

The Club Membership and Match Fees page has details of the current fees, and the Parents’ Club Guide contains useful guidelines on selecting a club.

If your child (sorry juniors – parental consent required) is interested in membership please contact Stuart Robertson (Juniors’ Club Captain) or Ed James (Team Manager) with any questions; contact details can be found on the Contact Us page.

Alternatively, come and meet us face-to-face on a Sunday morning at one of the training sessions. See the training page for the current training schedule, and check out the Coaching Team page to see who to look out for. As matches also take place on Sundays, please double check against the Fixture List to avoid possible disappointment.

Remember, the first two sessions are free!



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