Hockey (Men’s)

Captain: Dan Westoby
Subject: Maths 
Year:
2
Proudest Sporting Moment:
Winning the last game of the league as part of my club, despite a social the night before, and throwing up at half-time. This resulted in us winning the league and me earning myself man-of-the-match and dick-of-the-day simultaneously.

Hockey is an exciting, fast-paced, lop-sided game, owing to the fact that you are required to control, pass and hit a ball with a stick you're only allowed to use one side of.

Whilst hockey can be incredibly technical when played at a high level, college hockey is more than accessible to first time players, and if I'm honest, very reliant on them. There is a very relaxed feel to college hockey, but we do play inter-college games on Sundays and have training once a week, for which we are in the process of organising a professional coach. There have a been one or two gym sessions in the past too, non-compulsory of course.

For a few years Trinity have been in coalition with Fitzwilliam College, who compete together in an aptly named "Titz" squad. In recent years, somewhat controversially, Titz have had a lot of success, including reaching the final in the men's, women's and mixed cup, and winning the men's last year. No pressure then!

Any questions? Be sure to drop me an email at menshockey@trinityfieldclub.net!