Hockey at Pangbourne has enjoyed great success in the last decade. Girls’ hockey is one of the leading sports at the College. Girls play in the Michaelmas term and boys play in the Lent term.
The girls’ commitment and passion towards hockey, allied with enthusiastic and experienced coaching, has led to great strength-in-depth in every year group, particularly in the junior school (Forms 1-4), which augurs well for the continued success of the Pangbourne 1st XI.
There are four senior sides, three U15 teams, three U14 sides for both sexes and three Dunbar girls’ seven-a-side hockey teams.
For girls, hockey is the main sport and, during the Michaelmas term, all girls train and play hockey for Pangbourne on a regular basis. With numbers for girls at an all time high at Pangbourne, we have gone to three U14 sides this year.
Not only do the 1st XI boys and girls take their hockey very seriously, but they also act as role models and help lead the Hockey Club by helping with coaching sessions and umpiring throughout the Michaelmas and Lent Terms.
Pangbourne aims to provide a hockey programme which meets every player’s ambitions for the sport. It is hoped all who play hockey at Pangbourne will have a life-long love of the sport instilled in them and the skills to play at the highest levels.