The Men’s 1st XI
Mens’ 1st XI
OMT Men’s 1st XI
The OMT Hockey Club men’s 1st team play their hockey in MBBO Regional 1 following a run of promotions in the late 00’s. Since then the team have established themselves as a constant within that league, finishing 5th out of 14 teams in the 2018/19 season, losing only 1 game at home. With David Cooper as Player-Coach who will be working alongside Nick Koo for the 2019/20 season, the team are hoping to build on the foundations set in recent seasons, to establish themselves as an even bigger force within the league and push for promotion in the next few years.
Coaches and Training Details
David Cooper – 1XI Player-Coach: David comes with a wealth of experience having qualified as a Level 2 England hockey coach, he has previous experience bringing on young players in a social environment. Dave’s enthusiasm for coaching, partnered with his drive to score goals will be a massive asset to OMT and we hope that his presence will help to build on the foundations built in the last few years.
Nick Koo – Club Coach: Nick Koo gained a lot of experience from his time working with Joe Cowan and at Loughborough University as their Assistant Coach. He now works with David Cooper to coach exceptional technical hockey with just a little flare.
2019/20 Training Times: Training for the Men’s section takes place alongside the U18 Performance Squad on Tuesday evenings from 19:30-21:00.
Preseason Training 2019/20: Preseason training for the 2019/20 season will take place every Tuesday evening from 19:30-21:30, commencing on the 23rd July.
OMT Hockey Club
Director of Men’s Hockey
1st Team Captain
1st Team Player-Coach
Why I joined…
“I have a long history with OMT and it’s members both through the school and the society. For me it is the perfect place to continue playing hockey after university, in a similar environment, with friends I have known for years.”Oliver Shale
“I joined OMT to play with mates and to challenge myself at a higher level, it’s been great!”Harry Ghosh-Roy
“I joined OMT because it was a new opportunity and a welcoming club that looks after its juniors and made me feel at home.”Toby Bruce
Our men’s teams have been playing 50 years. We now have a women’s section and as part of our 50th year anniversary have added a Junior’s section that will become a leading light in coaching youth as well as community hockey.