Despite having already amassed a better points total than their previous season's, Preston travelled to Oxton on the back of poor away form. Only one away victory all season was a blemish on their otherwise good record, however Preston knew a fixture agai
Despite Sunday’s cold and rain West Cliff was a hive of activity. A previously postponed 2ndXI vs Newcastle University as well as the 1stXI hosting Cannock- formerly one of the country’s biggest clubs meant for a busy day at the city’s hockey headqu
Preston returned to action following the long winter break facing a run of four important matches. Sitting mid table in national conference north division, the men in white's first test was the long trip to Staffordshire where they would face bottom of th
In their final fixture of 2016 Preston took on Bowdon in front of a full West Cliff crowd. Despite their being virtually no games across the region the previous day, the frost was temporarily lifted and a Sunday of red hot hockey ensued.