Blacktown Kings Hockey Club started its life as Kings Langley Hockey Club at the end of 2008 with the aim of "making hockey local".  2009 saw the club run its first programmes;

  • A beginners programme on the grass at Pearce Reserve for children aged 7 to 13 years of age
  • A competition based programme in which teams trained on a tennis court at Pearce Reserve but then travelled to fields outside Blacktown to compete in the North Area Junior Hockey Competition.

There was a great deal of energy and enthusiasm amongst the club's "pioneers" which undoubtedly helped to deliver the club's first premiership in its inaugural season.  A picture of that very excited U13B division side appears below.


For the history buffs a short history of the club written in 2011 by Joseph O'Reilly provides both an interesting read and an insight in to the club's early years; KLHC - The Personal Side

Kings Langley Hockey Club has had its ups and downs over the years both thriving and struggling to exist in a city without hockey fields but with a persistent presence and effort  delivering the promise of two fields to be built by Blacktown City Council at Nirimba Fields the future of Kings Langley Club, now with a city encompassing name, Blacktown Kings Hockey Club looks strong.


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