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The successful Adders Junior section runs teams at all ages and abilities - boys, girls and mixed! Anyone wanting to join us is made most welcome and we even provide free taster sessions to see if you like the sport...

The Juniors train at the The Queen Elizabeth Academy on Wednesdays at 5.30pm. Tournaments are played on a Sunday morning, once a month during the hockey season. There are also occasional Sunday matches at various ages. Currently we run U8's, U10's, U12's and U14's teams.

Once again the Adders Juniors were invited to take part in the Solihull School U12's Boys Tournament. This is a great opportunity for the youngsters to play against seven other teams from Warwickshire and to show that our small Club can compete with the best. The venue and occasion is a great experience for the youngsters as they play against the top teams in the County at one of the most prestigious venues. What's more the team did the Club proud by winning the Plate competition beating Stratford 3-0 in the final.

Atherstone Adders Hockey Club hosted the Warwickshire Mini Hockey Club on a cold, wet Sunday morning. Teams form Hampton, Warwick, Leamington and Sutton travelled to Atherstone to compete at U10, U12 and U14 age groups. The day started in the rain with a group of Adders and parents setting up the pitch for the day. 

The Adders junior section were, once again, out in force with the U10, 2 x U12 and U14 teams taking part in the Warwickshire Mini Hockey Tournament hosted by Leamington, at Warwick School.  Rain was forecast but the sun shone as the Adders once again proved they can compete against any team on their day! Leamington themselves, fielded 14 teams and there were also teams from Olton, Edgbaston and Nuneaton. 

The Adders junior section were out in force today with the U10, U12 and U14 teams taking part in the Warwickshire Mini Hockey Tournament hosted in Rugby. The tournament was well supported by Warwickshire Clubs with teams from Leamington, Nuneaton, Rugby & East Warwickshire, and Stratford taking part. It meant all teams were able to play multiple games, giving them the chance to build momentum across the tournament and put learning into play as they faced each match.