Happy Hallowe’en you ‘orrible lot! Bahahahahhahahhha
Thanks to everyone who came along on Saturday to our skate party and to all the incredible Mum’s, Dad’s, Grandma’s, Grandad’s, Auntie’s and Uncle’s who put together the amazing costumes. We raised a lot of money for the club and more importantly everyone had a great time. Have fun and stay safe if you’re trick or treating tonight and see you all at training tomorrow 🕷️😈👹👻🧛♀️🧛♂️
If you have given skating a try or even used to come training and fancy another go then please don’t be shy, come on down on a Wednesday night. Training starts at 6:30pm in the lower sports hall of the Concord Sports Centre.
Hope to see you all soon
Everyone put your best ghoulish faces on and come down to the Concord for a devilishly good skate party with the Wildcats! We have prizes for the best costumes, music and games.
Trick or treat your way down to the Concord Sports Centre on Saturday 28th October 12:30 – 14:30 and show us how scary you can be!
Entry is £4 per person and the party is open to all. Spooky fancy dress is a MUST!
Contact us on our Facebook page to buy tickets.
A little known fact about us is that the ‘Wildcats’ part of the club was never an official part of the club name. A long overdue change was made to officially embrace the Sheffield Wildcats tag at our AGM so from now on we can officially say we are the Sheffield Wildcats. But we didn’t stop there! The club has also embraced the shift in reference to the sport. We have taken the decision to follow the lead of governing bodies in the UK and abroad by changing Roller Hockey to Rink Hockey. We’re excited at this new phase in the evolution of the Sheffield Wildcats Rink Hockey and Roller Skating Club.
Tomorrow see’s our under 13’s team travel to Manchester RHC to play their Northern Counties semi final cup match against Plymouth RHC. The match is to be played after 4pm at;
Ardwick Sports Hall,
225 Stockport Rd.
Manchester. M12 4DY
There is a public skating session on between 2 and 4pm so feel free to get there early and have a skate around. The same can be said of any supporters who wish to cheer the team. Take your skates and have a skate!
A massive thanks should go to Manchester Roller Hockey Club for holding the match for both teams and a special mention should go to Plymouth who are making a massive journey to play the game. That’s a big commitment which we hope the young Wildcats can step up to! Remember, the final will be played the day after in Middlesborough so there’s a lot to play for! Best of luck to both teams.
We’re pleased to say we’ve been invited to have a stall at the Firth Park Academy Summer Fair tomorrow. There are loads of great stalls, performances, tom-bola, bouncy castles galore. It’s FREE entry…AND…The Wildcats have a stall to promote the Club. Come and visit or support Keith and his wonderful helpers. We’ll have access to the sports hall for roller skating if the weather’s good – pray for sunshine and no rain..!!! Bring your skates and wear your Wildcats gear, just in case! The fair opens at 11am so please pop along and lets see if we can’t find some new recruits.
Firth Park Academy, Fircroft Ave, Sheffield S5 0SD
11am – 3pm Saturday 8th July (Tomorrow!)
We can hardly believe where a whole year has gone but we are yet again thrilled to announce we are holding a day of Roller Hockey activities for this summers Sheffield Children’s University Festival of Fun on Monday the 24th July. As like last year, the day offers two opportunities, a morning and afternoon session to come along and brush up on your skills or try Roller Hockey for the first time. All are welcome but book your place fast!
There are over 40 activities planned for the summer festival including a treasure hunt and family fun day at Hallam University, woodland fun, roller hockey, Chinese kung fu, dance and games, music, climbing, circus skills, football, fencing, martial arts, gaming, dance and drama. They are for children aged four to five years upwards, and some are aimed at families taking part together, as well as activities specifically designed for children with SEN.
The activities will be FREE to Sheffield children who have a CU Passport to Learning. Not got yours yet? Don’t panic – you can buy one from Sheffield libraries or us for just £2 each for Festival of Fun and then use it at Learning Destinations across the city when summer activities have ended! You must have a CU Passport to participate in all activities in the Festival of Fun.
CU Festival of Fun 2017 will kick off with a fantastic launch event in the Moor Market on Saturday 15th July 2017, 10am-4pm. Families will be able to have a go at some fabulous FREE activities and there will also be a market place of Learning Destinations armed with all the info you’ll need to plan your summer activities – school holidays sorted! Please find a poster attached advertising this launch event. If you could print and display or share this information we would be grateful!
Sign up soon if you haven’t already and we’ll see you all on the 24th July! Make sure you check out the other activities on offer too! There’s no excuse to be bored this summer! Get your skates on and come and join the fun!
You can sign up via our Facebook page or message us through the contact page on our website.
Hope to see you all on the 24th!