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OMT SuperVets

OMT SuperVets

Formed in 2017 initially as a tribute to the late Tom Isaacs (OMT) the SuperVets flourished in their first full season, winning their first 10 games as part of the Wessex Alliance. 2018/19 will see Shaf Moledina and his team join the Higgins London League SuperVets Division 2 in their first season as a competitive side.

Training – 19:30 – Tuesdays

Training runs for the full Men’s club on Tuesday nights.

Nick Koo – 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.

David Cooper – 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.

OMT Hockey Club

Shaf Moledina

SuperVets Captain

Danny Hassell

SuperVets Vice Captain

Why I joined…

“I have been a member of OMT for over 30 years now, having played in almost every team the experience has been great! Having turned 50 and then having a hip replacement, i thought that my hockey days were done. With the forming of the Demons I have a new lease of life for hockey and I am playing with a vast array of teammates from the last 30 years, its brilliant!” Danny Hassell

Vice Captain, SuperVets

“This is the most fun I’ve had playing hockey ever. A great group of guys with a lot of ability … we’re all just a little slower than we once were!

There are some of the most talented guys I’ve ever played with in this team. A fantastic return to hockey.” Warren

SuperVets XI Player

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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.