|Corporate League rules updated for the new season|
|The rules for the season 2011-2012 have been updated. Check them online on http://www.hockey.lu/corporate/corprules.php, or download them from http://www.hockey.lu/Corporate_League_Rules_2011_012.pdf Please chek them and enjoy the game. read more>>>|
|Corporate Season Kicks Off!|
|So the season is upon us and kicks off this Monday evening at 8, with our first round of games between Buzztrend V reigning champs TBD and Clearstream V Citco.
Hope to see you all up at the pitch to support the teams and here's to a new season of Hockey!
Watch this space for a New season drink!.
|Games Cancelled this evenin|
|Unfortunately due to late cancellations and people away for Carnival holiday, this evening's games are now cancelled.
New schedule is now published with the all games missed in November and February.
Ross read more>>>|
|Games cancelled 16th February|
|The pitch is still covered in snow... games are canceled for this evening. read more>>>|
|Training starts tomorrow - Thursday 25th!|
|Just to remind you that there will be the first hockey (corporate) training session up at the pitch tomorrow in Cessange.
This training is open to all players and runs from 19:30 - 21:00.
We hope to see you there.
|New Hockey Training for Corporate League|
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|Matches cancelled tonight.|
|It looks idyllic, but hockey in the snow has it disadvantages. Matches for tonight are canceeled. read more>>>|
|Match Schedule published|
|The new match schedule starting 25 February has been published. Follow the link below to check your match dates. read more>>>|
|Matches 3 December are ON|
|The weather looks to be good enough to play the matches this Monday.
Industry - ABN AMRO Ref: WBO
Black Stuffers - Yellowperfection/HCL Ref: CS
|Matches 26 November cancelled|
|Due to the continued miserable weather we have cancelled tonights matches:
Industry - Black Stuffers
Clearstream - WBO
These matches will now be rescheduled to 10 December.
The cancellation of all matches and training sessions are judged on a case by case basis. Always check the web site for the latest information. read more>>>|
|Matches Monday 19 November cancelled!|
|Due to the continued cold weather we have cancelled the upcoming competition matches for Monday 19 November:
Industry - ABN AMRO
Black Stuffers - Yellowperfection/HCL
These matches will be rescheduled to Monday 3 December if weather permits. read more>>>|
|Training tonight cancelled|
|Due to the weather conditions tonights training (Thursday 15 November) has been cancelled.
The conditions will be reviewed for Monday's matches. read more>>>|
|Corporate Training starts Thursday 18 October|
|Training for the corporate players will start Thursday 18 October at 19:30-21:00.
Trainer Marion Haag will adept the training level to the participants, so the training will be open and usefull for beginners as well as the more experienced players. read more>>>|
|Monday 24 Round Robin start @19:30|
|The traditional Round Robin to open the season will start at 19:30 SHARP.
The following matches (15 min each) are scheduled:
|Season 2007-2008 to start|
|After our summer break everything is set to get play some hockey again.
Tonight (17) there will be a training to get the feel back. Next week 24 September our traditional Round Robin, tand the competition hits off on 1 October.
The rules and set up of the competition have not changed compared to last year.
The new mtch schedule will be published soon read more>>>|
|Extended Match Corporate League schedule published|
|The Corporate League has been extended to run into early July. First match of the '3rd half of the season' between WBO and ABN is already this Monday 14 May.
Check out the site to find the exact dates on which your team plays. (see below) read more>>>|
|Training and matches tonight (19 March) cancelled|
|Due to the weather conditions we have decided to cancel all hockey activities for tonight, so no matches and training.
Tonights matches will be rescheduled. read more>>>|
|Corporate League to start again 26 February|
|The weather looks fine, today anyway, so start your warm up, the start of the CHL is on Monday 26th, with two matches: ABN AMRO against WBO and Yellowperfection against Clearstream. After the match there will be some drinks. read more>>>|
|Clearstream leave it late|
|Woolly Bully Off arrived at Cessange on Monday evening still on a high from their opening emphatic win last week, whilst Clearstream had a point to prove after a heavy defeat the same night. read more>>>|
|Match schedule season 2006-2007 published|
|The new match schedule for the first half of the competition is now published. read more>>>|
|Black Stuffers solid start vs. Industry|
|Monday night was the first game of the season, both for the newly founded Black Stuffers, and Industry. read more>>>|
|WBO hits the season off with a win!|
|Woolly Bully Off blazed into the new season last night, beating ABN Amro 6-1. The first 20 minutes were tense and goalless, tight defences on both sides easily quashing the attackers struggling to find their touch after the summer break. Buoyed by a recruitment campaign in the jauntier corners of the Luxembourg scene, and not all of them in the ISL, WBO found their rhythm with debutants Stephanie Hill, Katherine Ryan and Jacqueline Thompson displaying assured stickwork rarely before seen in the Woollies. Jo Garrahy finally broke the deadlock with a fine solo foray into the box before setting up another for Wayne Codd. Jaime Roth and Mark Fitzgerald immediately piled in with two more before the prolific Garrahy made it five just before the break. read more>>>|
|Corporate League Survey 2006|
|In order to fine tune the organisation of the coming season of the Corporate League, we have decided to do a survey amongst the members. The purpose is to solicit feedback that we can use for the set up of the League and accommodate the wishes and requirements of the members as much as possible. read more>>>|
|WBO vs. Franklin Templeton 19th|
|This Monday saw the second of 3 meetings between Woolly Bully Off and Franklin Templeton. Still having to open their goal account in the second phase, WBO pressed early in the first half but playing against a side boasting 2 HCL men's team players, scoring wasn’t going to be easy. read more>>>|
|Clearstream profit from a gap in the rain|
|The "endless" Luxembourg rain stayed away from Cessange long enough for Clearstream to start their pool 2 matches with a 1:0 victory over WBO. read more>>>|
|Mini-Tournament Kicks Off Phase 2|
|Fun for all and prizes for some read more>>>|
|Mini tournament, BBQ and drinks on 15 May|
|Although the first matches of the second round of the Corprate League already take place on he 8th, there will be an ‚official‘ start of the second half of the season on Monday the 15th with drinks and a BBQ. read more>>>|
|New match schedule|
|The second hakf of the season we have two new groups, and a new schedule. Check the website for all details on your team read more>>>|
|New Match schedule|
|Thanks for everyone's prayers... the weather has finally turned for the better, and matches have really taken off again! Although still the 'first half' of the season, we are getting there. The cancelled matches of March have been rescheduled as follows:
03-04-2006 WGAF? - Bankers
Clearstream - Big One
05-04-2006 Clearstream - Bankers
10-04-2006 Industry - Franklin Templeton
Yellowperfection/HCL - WBO
12-04-2006 Bankers - Clearstream
WGAF? - Big One
|Winter is "apparently" over: WGAF? Vs. Clearstream|
|As unbelievable as it might sound, Fortresse Cessange finally hosted the first Corporate league games of 2006 following the ridiculous winter break we have just experienced. read more>>>|
|Snow snow snow: matches 8 March cancelled!|
|We all have to pray harder, the pitch is still unplayable and it doesnt look like it will be better before tomorrow night, so the matches of Wednesday 8 are cancelled. read more>>>|
|Matches 6 March cancelled|
|As you can see outside... we don\'t have the blessing of the weather gods (yet).
Since the weather is not expected to change before Monday, we have decided to cancel the matches for Monday 6. On Monday we will assess the situation and make a decision for Wednesdays matches.
So better keep your stick warm! read more>>>|
|Corporate League to resume on 6 March!|
|After a long long winter sleep (too long) we will resume the Corporate games again on 6 March, assuming no further frost will spoil our hockey fun.
Since we have suffered a back log of matches, due to the early winter and the tragic incidents in October, we need to catch up the first half of the season.
|Training and matches cancelled 30-11|
|Due to an expected frost of -4 all activities in Cessange have been cancelled. read more>>>|
|Matches 28 11 cancelled again|
|Although the weather conditions are slightly improving, the pitch still has not sufficiently recovered to play safely.
So unfortunately again we have to cancel the matches.
We do look at pitch on a 'case by case' basis however, so it could be well possible that if the pitch is ok to play, we have matches between now and christmas.
In any case keep an eye on the website for the latest news. read more>>>|
|Matches and training cancelled 23 November|
|Due to a continued frost the pitch is still frozen, so we have decided to cancel tonights matches and training. Please keep an eye on the website to see whether matches will take place or get canceled. Cancelled matches will be reschedued, probably after the winter stop. read more>>>|
|Matches cancelled for 21 November|
|Due to a frozen pitch we have decided to cancel tonights matches.
Please keep an eye on the website to see whether matches will take place or get canceled.
Cancelled matches will be reschedued, probably after the winter stop. read more>>>|
|Industry strongly leads group 2, YP/HCL loses|
|The return legs of the first group phase got under way this week, with Woolly Bully Off and Industry, the top two teams in group 2 at this point, coming head to head. The second match was between Franklin Templeton and the injury driven Yellowperfection/HCL. read more>>>|
|Wednesday 16: no training but corporate matches|
|In order to catch up on our match schedule we have scheduled some matches on Wednesdays. This Wednesday the pitch will be used for the following corporate matches:
YP/HCL-FT and WBO-Industry.
Please note that also the next two weeks there will be corporate matches instead of training (23 and 30 November). read more>>>|
|WBO Vs. Franklin Templeton|
|Woolly Bully Off and Franklin Templeton squared up against each other for round three of the first group phase of the CL. While WBO were looking to add to their winning streak of one match, FT were aiming to collect their first points of the season.
Soon after the start, FT proved to be the fitter of the two teams. Add to this their impressive fluent passing and it was easy to see who was the better team. 10 minutes into the first half, FT went one up through a defensive mix up by the WBO back row. Donal O'Cearuill shooting through a crowd of players. FT weren’t able to capitalize on their supremacy though and the half ended with a 1-0 scoreline.
|Matches start again on Monday 7, rescheduling|
|After the sad period of the past two weeks, we will restart our activities again coming Monday 7 November with the two corporate league matches. Training will start on Wednesday 9. The matches of 24 October are rescheduled to Wednesday 30 November. Please note that matches are also scheduled for 16 and 23 November. read more>>>|
|WBO scores first win against weakened YP/HCL|
|The Woolly Bully Offs had a huge turn out for their second ever hockey match, proving that there are still no signs of anyone losing interest. Yellowperfection/HCL on the other hand were struggling and a last minute goalie was drafted in to make up the numbers. read more>>>|
|Match schedule to December published|
|The full match schedule of the first half of the season is now published.
Last matches will be played on 5 December. No matches in the holiday week of 31 October.
Please note that both groups play a match on an additonal Wednesday:
Group A: 23 November
Group B: 16 November
|WGAF? Vs. Clearstream|
|On Monday evening WGAF? played Clearstream in the second round of games in the Corporate League season. read more>>>|
|YellowPerfection/HCL beats FT in a reprise of 2004|
|This years opening match was a reprise of the 2004-2005 season opening for HCL and Franklin Templeton. FT, then the new kids on the block, lost their first match 4-0 last year, however, it was only to be the first skirmish in what would prove to be magnificent progress of the FT team, leading to an 8-4 (!) victory for FT in the last match of the previous season. HCL were warned, FT is a force to be reckoned with! read more>>>|
|Bankers Vs. WGAF? 1-7, Big One Vs. Clearstream 7-3|
|Newcomers WGAF? started their corporate league career in style. Although they faced a somewhat under-strength Bankers team, WGAF? showed they could play some fluid hockey as they shipped the ball around well, using both wings of the pitch to full advantage. The Bankers held the waves of attack off well until the deadlock was finally broken by a well worked move, which started at the back and worked its way round the Bankers defence, finally finding the back of the net. After a second goal the Bankers came to life with a quick break, which was well struck from the top of the D and put bottom left of the goal. Just before the half time break, WGAF? managed to extend their lead to leave the score at 1 – 3. read more>>>|
|"Who Gives a Flick?" joins the Corporate League.|
|We are happy to announce that team "Who Gives a Flick?" have joined this years HCL Corporate League. read more>>>|
|HCL beats Industry to take the lead in the League|
|The first Wednesday catch up match ended in a 3-1 victory for HCL. I a fair and hard fought match Industry took an early lead, when Charles picked up the bal mid circle, and put it past Fabienne. read more>>>|
|First win FT and first loss ABN AMRO|
|Remarkable and big scores characterise this weeks matches. Franklin Templeton beats Bankers with 7-3(!), after an earlier 0-3 lead fro Bankers, whereas ABN AMRO were treated on their first defeat against BigOne with 7-6. read more>>>|
|Revised match schedule|
|In order to catch up the cancelled matches of Februari and March, we have scheduled 4 matches on the following Wednesdays: 23 March, 13, 20 and 27 April.
In addition two match Mondays (4 matches) have been added to the season on 13 and 20 June.
|CL restarts with a win of Bankers and a draw of CS|
|Finally the snow has gone and after 4 weeks of impatiently waiting, we could push off the second half of the Corporate League season.
The winterstop has apparently been good for the Bankers team, seeing their 3-0 victory over Industry. Cleastream and Big One shared the points at 3-3.
|Matches 7 March cancelled|
|As all probably knew or assumed already, the pitch is still not playable. read more>>>|
|Matches 28 February cancelled|
|The continuing cold weather and snow is still making the pitch unplayable, todays matches will be played at a later date. read more>>>|
|Matches 21 Feb cancelled|
|Due to the continuing snow the pitch is unplayable. Todays matches will be rescheduled. read more>>>|
|Matches 14 feb cancelled, Happy Valentine|
|Playing hockey in the fresh Luxembourg snow is definitely pitoresque. You can play with orange balls, clean the marking, dress warm, and work on the team spirit. However, at a predicted -2 Celsius we have decided to cancel tonights matches. read more>>>|
|Full match schedule Corporate League published|
|All matches of the Corprorate League have now been scheduled. The competition will restart on 14 February with the last rounds of the first competition half and run until 6 June. read more>>>|
|Saturday training for youth and seniors resumes|
|The Saturday outdoor training sessions at Cessange for both youth and senior payers will resume on 19 February. As in the first half of the season, it will be the perfect opportunity for parents and their kids to play some hockey. read more>>>|
|12 January: Training tonight|
|Tonight the training for corporate players and beginners resumes at the pitch in Cessange. read more>>>|
|Matches 13 December postponed|
|Due to the weather forecast and the busy period, we have postponed the matches of Monday 13 December. The Corporate League will start again mid Ferbuary 2005. read more>>>|
|ABN stays top of the leader board, narrow win HCL|
|ABN seems to be the team to beat in the first half of this season, not dropping a single point in their first three matches. Yesterday Bankers had to concede a 2-1 defeat.
HCl looks to have recovered from their 3-1 loss against ABN, this time Big One was beaten with 5-4. read more>>>|
|Fifteen goals in 3rd round of the Corporate League|
|Two big scores marked the third Monday of the CL. Industry won their first match against Bankers with 5-2 and Big One defeated Franklin Templeton with 5-3. read more>>>|
|Beginner & Corporate trainings now on Wednesdays|
|As from tomorrow, all corporate & Beginner Trainings will be on Wednesday's from 19.00-21.00.
This means we will have a good 2 hour training and not lose time to getting ready for the corporate league matches on Mondays.
All are welcome to come, and if you need any info, just drop me a mail.
|The adapted rules for the corporate league have been published.
The key underlying philosophy is twofold, safety on the pitch and a more level competition. read more>>>|
|Clearstream and HCL take their first win|
|On the opening evening of the Corporate League season 2004/2005, Clearstream has beaten Industry with 1-0 and HCL won from new comers Franklin Templeton with 4-0. read more>>>|
|Matches Corporate League of 1 November postponed|
|The matches that were originally scheduled to be played on 1 November have been postponed until February, due to the bank holiday. read more>>>|
|Match schedule published|
|The match schedule of the Corporate League until Februari 2005 is published on the website. The first compeition round runs from 18 October 2004 until 21 February 2005.
|Franklin Templeton joins the Corporate League|
|We are happy to announce that this year our Corporate League will be joined by a new team from Franklin Templeton. read more>>>|
|Corporate League starting Mid October|
|After two successful years, the HCL corporate league will take off again on Monday 18 October. read more>>>|