Barts and The London Men's Hockey Club

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St Bartholomew's and The Royal London Men's Hockey Club
BL Hockey Crest.png
Founded 1996
Location Whitechapel, London, England
Ground(s) Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
President Dr David Paige
Coach(es) Chris Gladman
Captain(s)

1st XI Louis Yssennagger

2nd XI Shiv Sharma
League(s)

1st XI: BUCS 3B, LUSL 1

2nd XI: BUCS 6B
1st kit
2nd kit
Official website
www.blhockey.co.uk

The Barts and the London Men's Hockey Club (BLMHC) is composed of medical and dental students studying at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry. In 1996, the club was formed from the merger of two London medical schools: the London Hospital Medical College and the Medical College of St Bartholomew's Hospital.[1] The club competes in the southeastern division of the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) and the London Universities Sports Leagues (LUSL) and competes annually against the four other London medical schools in the United Hospitals Cup.

Merger Cup[edit]

Since the merging of the medical school with Queen Mary and Westfield College, their respective first 11 teams have competed against one another annually in the Merger Cup.

Men's Hockey Merger Results:

  • 2005/06: W
  • 2006/07: D BL 4 - 4 QM
  • 2007/08: W
  • 2008/09: W BL 6 - 2 QM
  • 2009/10: L BL 1 - 2 QM
  • 2010/11: W BL 8 - 2 QM
  • 2011/12: W BL 5 - 0 QM
  • 2012/13: W BL 1 - 0 QM
  • 2013/14: D BL 0 - 0 QM
  • 2014/15: D BL 4 - 4 QM

Doorn Tour 1985-2010[edit]

BLMHC participated in the Doorn Tour from its inception in 1985 until its final year in 2010. BLMHC has made the journey across to central Holland annually to compete with the Dutch. In its final year, the touring BL team won the Hans Schott Trofie (Dutch sp.) for best team off the pitch.

BUCS[edit]

British Universities and Colleges Sport is the organization responsible for governing all higher education sport in the UK. Currently BLMHC competes in the South Eastern division. As of the 2013/14 season, within the BUCS league, all Barts and The London SMD Teams compete under the title "Queen Mary (Barts and The London SMD)"

  • 1st XI: Division 3B[2]
  • 2nd XI: Division 6B[3]

LUSL[edit]

London Universities Sports League, a local league structure for university and college students in London, with the club competing successfully in its league.

  • 1st XI: Division 1[4]

UH Cup[edit]

  • 2011 Runner's Up: BL 0-1 ICMS

Club Captain[edit]

  • 2008/09: Ed Davis
  • 2009/10: Alex Speight
  • 2010/11: Paul Carruthers
  • 2011/12: William Selway
  • 2012/13: Mark Gregory
  • 2013/14: Andrew Balme
  • 2014/15: Ashton Chang

1st XI Captain[edit]

  • 2008/09: Ben Avery
  • 2009/10: Paul Caruthers
  • 2010/11: Will Selway
  • 2011/12: Mark Gregory
  • 2012/13: Thomas Hoad
  • 2013/14: Ashton Chang
  • 2014/15: Louis Yssennagger

2nd XI Captain[edit]

  • 2008/09: Alex Speight
  • 2009/10: John Fenn
  • 2010/11: Thusagar Sri Satkunasingham
  • 2011/12: Benjamin Meilak
  • 2012/13: Sikander Majid
  • 2013/14: George Bruce
  • 2014/15: Shiv Sharma

Social Secretaries[edit]

  • 2008/09: Sundeep Govind
  • 2009/10: William Selway
  • 2010/11: Andrew Balme
  • 2011/12: Andrew Balme
  • 2012/13: Ashton Chang & Jim O'Hagan
  • 2013/14: Christopher Manville & Jamie Pattinson
  • 2014/15: Dominic Travers & Joe Turnbull

Treasurer[edit]

  • 2008/09: John Fenn
  • 2010/11: Thines Karunakaran
  • 2011/12: Pete Tomlinson
  • 2012/13: Andrew Balme
  • 2013/14: Jaime Farr
  • 2014/15: Christopher Manville

Secretary[edit]

  • 2008/09: Tim Hendra
  • 2009/10: James Pittaway
  • 2010/11: Ash Patel
  • 2011/12: Sikander Majid
  • 2012/13: Peter Tomlinson
  • 2013/14: Shiv Sharma
  • 2014/15: Krish Patel

Alumni Secretary[edit]

  • 2012/13: Will Selway
  • 2013/14: Mark Gregory

Current 1st XI Squad[edit]

The current first XI Squad for the 2014/15 season consists of keeper: James Coleman, four defenders: Louis Yssennagger, Randeep Singh Hoonjan, Krish Patel, and Jonny Hedges, four midfielders: Chris Ellis, Jamie Pattinson, Ash Patel, and Andy Balme and six forwards: Ashton Chang, Christopher Manville, Hiren Vaghela, Nick Soper, Dom Travers, and George Bruce.

Current 2nd XI Squad[edit]

The current second XI Squad for the 2014/15 season consists of keeper: Jonny Varma, five defenders: Veer Patel, Usman Sarem, Jack Preece, Jake Pickard, and Joe Turnbull, seven midfielders: Jaime Farr, Jim O'Hagan, Martyn Eckersley, Gabriel Heppenstal-Harris, Matt Sibley, Chand Muthoo, and Anuj Gupta and six forwards: Shiv Sharma, Rajpal, Jaedan Naganathan, David Hawes, David Fisher, and Arun Mahay. The current second team has recently been promoted to the league above due to having dedicated attendance, strong morale and most importantly having Arun Mahay on their team.

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