The competition entry process for season 20/21 is now underway.

The first step in this process is for all clubs to confirm league entry intention for Premiership, National, Regional and Championship leagues as per the leagues noted in the Management Committees Proposal.  An email was sent to all club admins detailing how to complete this with a deadline of Monday 3rd August.

This process will then be followed by official competition entry via CORE in due course.

Adding a team

Adding a venue

Transferring a member

Competition entry part 1: Club Details

Competition entry part 2: Updating Contacts

Competition entry part 3: Nominating Teams

 

Fixtures & results on the Scottish Hockey website

The first step to ensure your club’s fixtures and results are correctly updated on the Scottish Hockey website is to update a Team Contact for each of your teams on CORE, this has been set to Club Admin as a default.

The Team Contact must be a member in the club and must have an email address set for them, once this has been changed Scottish Hockey’s Service Desk will issue a new login and email the Team Contact directly their details, and the Guide below on how to update Fixtures weekly.

Instructions on how to setup a Team Contact can be viewed here: Guide to setup a Team Contact

To ensure your club’s fixtures and results are correctly updated on the Scottish Hockey website please follow the instructions below and download the following document:

  1. Ensure your next fixture has a time and venue on CORE ahead of the match. If you are the away team login to CORE and accept the fixture. This will ensure the fixture and venue is displayed on the Scottish Hockey website.
  2. Ensure your result is updated on CORE – both teams should do this after the match to ensure the result appears on the Scottish Hockey website.

Instructions on how to update fixtures and results can be found here: Guide to update fixtures and results

 

If you have any further queries please direct to the Service Desk email address [email protected]