Ashmoor Hockey Club
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The club has had to play its league matches at Isca College Exeter since around 2007, because the 3G pitch at their home base of South Dartmoor Community College did not meet the new requirements of the International Hockey Federation (FIH) or England Hockey Board. They play in purple, green and white hooped socks, white shorts, and purple shirts.
The Men's 1st team (formed when the club was established) has risen the equivalent of 8 divisions in their 7 seasons as a team winning 3 leagues and finishing strongly in the other seasons. The Ladies team won Channel 2B in their first season as a team. The majority of Ashmoor's success however comes from their junior teams. The most notable successes have been the 5 National Indoor appearances and the National U15 Plate run that took them to a final with Teddington Hockey Club (the oldest club in the world), which they lost 3 – 0.
Many players have represented Devon county and played for the West of England teams, and several players have made the full England Junior squads, the Wales squads, and 6 being selected for the UK Lions.
As of the 2013–14 season Ashmoor has four senior teams:
|Men's 1st XI||Conference South||West of England & South Wales Hockey League|
|Men's 2nd XI||South Eastern District 1||West of England & South Wales Hockey League|
|Men's 3rd XI||South Eastern District 3||West of England & South Wales Hockey League|
|Ladies 1st XI||Petroc Division 2||West Clubs Women's Hockey League|
|Season||Men's 1st XI||Men's 2nd XI||Men's 3rd XI||Ladies' 1st XI|
|2003–04||1st, South Central District 1||N/A (Team Not Formed)||N/A (Team Not Formed)||N/A (Team Not Formed)|
|2004–05||1st, South West Division 1||5th, South Western District 2||N/A (Team Not Formed)||N/A (Team Not Formed)|
|2005–06||3rd, South Division 2||9th, South West District 1||N/A (Team Not Formed)||N/A (Team Not Formed)|
|2006–07||5th, South Division 2||10th, South West District 1||N/A (Team Not Formed)||N/A (Team Not Formed)|
|2007–08||6th, South Division 2||8th, South Western District 1||N/A (Team Not Formed)||N/A (Team Not Formed)|
|2008–09||1st, South Division 2||8th, South Western District 1||6th, South Eastern District 2||1st, Channel 2B|
|2009–10||4th, South Division 1||1st, South Eastern District 1||7th, South Eastern District 2||3rd, Sedgemoor Division 1|
|2010–11||3rd, South Division 1||7th, South East Division 2||10th, South Eastern District 2||5th, Sedgemoor Division 1|
|2011–12||1st, South Division 1||4th, South East Division 2||2nd, South Eastern District 2||8th, Petroc Division 2|
|2012–13||4th, Conference South||9th, South East Division 1||8th, South East Division 3||3rd, Petroc Division 2|
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