Senior Committee 2018/19:
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Liv is in charge of liaising with sponsors, chairing the Club committee, and generally keeping CUHC running 24/7. Liv is a PhD student in the Geography department at Jesus who is completely and utterly dedicated to everything light blue.
Jonny and Alicia organise almost everything to do with hockey in the Club – pitch bookings, fixtures, even the teas. Jonny is at Clare and Alicia is at Catz, both second year NatScis.
Club Captains: and
Jim and Emma are responsible for organising the annual Varsity matches, sending round the weekly match reports, and sundry other vital tasks. Both are fifth year medical students; Jim at St John’s and Emma at Jesus.
Matt and Annalise keep CUHC in the black by means of magical spreadsheets and a termly collection of subscription fees.
Junior Commitee – 2018/19:
Kit Secretaries: and
Patrick and Bethan bear responsibility for CUHC’s on-pitch sartorial elegance and/or faux pas. They organise the annual kit order, design club stash and tell you which shade of blue is indeed your preferred shade of blue.
Social Secretataries: , and
Jallen, Soph and Laura provide CUHC members with highly regulated, non-negotiable frameworks for fun. These sometimes consist of team-specific events, but are more often whole-club affairs such as the annual Christmas Dinner.
Transport Secretaries: and
Chris and Amy run the CUHC fleet. The zipcars get us to the away games mostly hassle free thanks to these two.
Umpire Liaison Officers: and
Ollie and Vivi liaise with East league officials on a weekly basis to prevent forfeiting games due to lack of umpires.
College League Secretaries: and
The college leagues are an important part of hockey at Cambridge, and are organised by Matt and Mog. This involves the organisation of pitches and fixtures for 5 leagues and 3 cuppers competition, which most of the 31 colleges compete in.
Welfare Officers: and
Monty and Rhiannon are always available to talk about anything hockey, workload or general wellbeing related. They can lend a listening ear and signpost to the many Welfare services available in Cambridge. You can get in touch with them via Facebook or email.
Chris organises CUHC’s annual alumni day and produces our newsletters.
Master of the internet:
Fergus has inherited the burgeoning CUHC media empire, including this website, the social media accounts (twitter, facebook and youtube channel). He keeps our growing fan base updated, manages media scandals and types these words.
Men’s Blues’ Captain –
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Wanderers’ Captain –
Nomads’ Captain –
Squanderers’ Captain –
Bedouin’s Captain – El Robson