​​Tiverton White Eagles Hockey Club  Est 1950 


​​Committee Meetings

 - 19th July 2017

​ - 19th September 2017

​ - 21st November 2017

​If you would like to see copies of meeting minutes or if you would like to something raised at the next meeting please contact the club secretary - Amy Ruby​​

                                BIG NEWS!!!!

Tony Pryce Tiverton are now stocking the Club Hoodies & Socks. Please go in and take a look - printing available. 

​​Dates for your Diary

​​EOS Dinner & Annual Charity match - Carthorves vs fillies 14/04/18 @ 11am

​Further details to follow.

White Eagles is a self run club for all ages and abilities. This season once again, we will be fielding three senior teams and an increasing junior section. White Eagles were founded in 1950 by a gang of keen school-leavers. At that time the club only had one team, playing homes games on grass at Knightshayes Court, courtesy of Sir John Amory.

As always the club is working hard to make hockey enjoyable and affordable for all new and existing members. White Eagles can once again boast some of the lowest match and membership fees in the region. Enthusiastic and enjoyable fund raising efforts ensure a real community spirit within the club as well as keeping running costs to a minimum.
If you'd like to learn more about us, please feel free to explore our website further and of course get in touch via the contact us section.
Match Reports 04/11/17


​1st Team:

White Eagles 2 - 4 Falmouth
Eagles had to trek down to Cornwall this week to play Falmouth, who currently sit at the top of the league table. The first half eagles were unable to match the well drilled and slick opposition which unfortunately led to conceding 2 goals. The second half eagles regrouped and played great team hockey to allow them to add 2 goals to their scoreline - the goals came from Rachael O’Livey and Roz Thomas. Unfortunately Falmouth were also able to add another 2 to the board which ended the game in a 4-2 loss for Eagles. Player of the match went to Brooke Billing.


3rd Team:

Weston 0-2 TWEHC 3rds
Eagles 3rds travelled to a newly formed weston side and took control from the start. Eagles spent majority of the game inside Weston’s half with Eagles defence untroubled. Eagles did have countless shots but with many going a miss or being saved by a good Weston goalie. Eagles even made a short corner with just two Weston players behind the goal line look hard work. Both of eagles goals came in the second half with finish’s from Jaimee Ware. Player of the match was Mel Rendall.