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Harris Academy F.P. Hockey Club is one of the largest and most established hockey clubs in Dundee. We currently field four outdoor adult teams and five indoor teams ensuring we are represented at every level of Scottish hockey, from National League to the local development league.

Harris Academy F.P. Hockey Club is closely involved with youth hockey, fielding both U/16 and U/18 teams and providing coaching at both primary and secondary school levels. Our club allows young players to develop their skills in a friendly and encouraging environment at a pace which is suited to them and also offers chances to play at the top levels of Scottish hockey.

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Indoor Training (men) from Mon 29th October at St Andrews PS 8pm to 10pm Indoor Training (ladies) from Mon 29th October at St Andrews PS 7pm to 8pm Ha.......

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14 Oct @harris_hockey profile picture harris_hockey @harris_hockey
First points of the season for the first team with a 2-1 win over Greenock . Goals from 1x simmo 1x @FraserAllan2004 @ScottishHockey

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9-4 defeat today for first team . A spirited second half display after a disappointing opening 35 . Goals 2 x… https://t.co/VCaltFi4Vs

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RT @harris_hawks: Quiz Night on Saturday 3rd November at Invergowrie Bowling Club. Get your team organised for this fundraiser for all our…

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01 Oct @harris_hockey profile picture harris_hockey @harris_hockey
First league game ended in a 4-1 defeat to @AUMHC1903 . A poor first half saw us go in at halftime 3-0 down . Goal from @GrantMcInroy .

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RT @harris_hawks: Midland U16 v North U16 at Scottish Inter District tournament. Goal for Fraser Allan playing for MidlandU16 @harris_hocke…

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RT @keithdyer33: Good luck to all the @harrisacdundee boys selected to represent Midland Hockey at the inter district U16 & U18 championshi…

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RT @harris_hawks: Harris Academy FP Hockey Club Open Door Events at Dundee University Playing Field, Riverside. Senior Men and Ladies Train…

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RT @Matthew_McInnes: BREAKING TRANSFER NEWS "Firstly, all glory to God. It's a dream move for me and my family. I had many great years at…

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Date: Sun 20 Jan 2019
 3rd Team IndoorWanderers VIIHome (Douglas SC ) 14 10
Date: Thu 24 Jan 2019
 1st Team IndoorInverleithHome (Douglas SC ) 20 10
Date: Sat 26 Jan 2019
 1st Team IndoorWatsonians IIHome (Bell's Sports Centre) 11 45
 1st Team IndoorGrove Menzieshill IIIHome (Bell's Sports Centre) 14 30
 1st Team IndoorSteppsHome (Bell's Sports Centre) 17 15
Date: Thu 31 Jan 2019
 2nd team indoorGrove Menzieshill IVHome (Douglas SC ) 21 20
Date: Sun 03 Feb 2019
 3rd Team IndoorGrove Menzieshill VIHome (Douglas SC ) 12 10
Date: Sun 10 Feb 2019
 3rd Team IndoorWanderers VHome (Douglas SC ) 13 30
Date: Thu 14 Feb 2019
 2nd team indoorWanderers IIIHome (Douglas SC ) 20 10
Date: Sat 16 Feb 2019 (Showing 1 of 2 items. Group continues on the next page.)
 1st Team OutdoorAberdeen UniversityHome (DISC) tbc
Latest results
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Date: Thu 17 Jan 2019
 1st Team IndoorWanderers II Lost 3-6
Date: Sun 13 Jan 2019
 3rd Team IndoorWanderers VI Won 3-0
 3rd Team IndoorMonarchs III Lost 1-2
Date: Thu 10 Jan 2019
 1st Team IndoorWanderers Lost 0-10
Date: Sat 05 Jan 2019
 1st Team IndoorWanderers II Lost 5-10
 1st Team IndoorKelburne II Lost 5-11
 1st Team IndoorWanderers II Drawn 6-6
Date: Sun 16 Dec 2018
 3rd Team IndoorGrove Menzieshill V Lost 1-4
Date: Sat 15 Dec 2018
 1st Team IndoorInverleith II Lost 1-8
 1st Team IndoorWatsonians II Lost 4-7
1st team outdoor 2017-18
2nd team outdoor 2017-18
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Kevin Ancell 10
Pete Black 4
Alfie Ackerley 4
Ross Dyer 3
Fraser Allan 2
Ewan Muirhead 2
Craig Soutar 1
Steven Moir 1
James Lothian 1
Brodie Thompson 1
3rd team outdoor goalscorers
1st Team indoor 2017-18
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Fraser Allan 24
Niall Mckay 6
Robbie Somerville 5
Steven Moir 4
Pete Black 4
Grant Mcinroy 4
Alfie Ackerley 3
Gavin Martin 1
Alastair Blair 1
Chris Wylie 1
2nd team indoor 2017-18
3rd team indoor 2017-18
Silver Club Award

  Scottish Hockey Club Accreditation

Scottish Hockey’s Club Accreditation Programme, sponsored by Arthur J Gallacher, now sits at a total of 24 clubs across Scotland. We are delighted to announce that the following clubs have achieved Gold and Silver status :


Uddingston Hockey Club


Harris Academy FP Hockey Club

Falkirk & Linthithgow Hockey Club

Irvine Ladies Hockey Club

These clubs have worked tirelessly to fulfil all the required of Gold and Silver Level Accreditation, including our new coach PVG guidelines and coach education criteria. The clubs have developed their governance and implemented new processes across their club environments.

The Accreditation Programme has been developed to formalise the work that clubs may already do and ensures that the clubs have a clear vision for the future along with ensuring succession planning, workforce planning and strong governance are to the fore. The programme also ensures that clubs are safe, well organised and efficient with a focus on membership growth and retention.
(see full report in news section)

MIdlands Leagues 22nd Nov 2017
Midland League 2017-18
Division 1 P W D L F A GD Pts
Perthshire II 7 6 0 1 56 9 47 18
St Andrews University II 8 6 0 2 49 13 36 18
Wanderers III 8 5 1 2 26 10 16 16
Dundee University 7 5 1 1 24 12 12 16
Perthshire III 9 4 2 3 34 37 -3 14
Grove Menzieshill III 7 4 1 2 26 20 6 13
Harris II 6 3 0 3 11 25 -14 9
Grove Menzieshill IV 5 1 0 4 14 41 -27 3
Monarchs II 5 0 1 4 5 26 -21 1
Madras 5 0 0 5 4 24 -20 0
Wanderers IV 7 0 0 7 11 43 -32 0

Division 2 P W D L F A GD Pts
Monarchs III 5 4 1 0 19 11 8 13
Madras II 5 3 1 1 9 7 2 10
Perthshire IV 6 3 0 3 18 20 -2 9
Wanderers V 3 1 1 1 6 5 1 4
Harris III 5 1 1 3 5 9 -4 4
Grove Menzieshill V 4 1 0 3 13 13 0 3
Perthshire V 4 1 0 3 9 14 -5 3

                       Training Programme 2018/19
Outdoor Training (Men)        Riverside               Tuesday         20 00 to 21 30 
Fitness Training (Men)                                     Thursday        20 00 to 21 00 
Indoor training (Men)            St Andrews PS     Monday       20 00 to 22 00 
Outdoor Training (Ladies)     Riverside              Tuesday         20 00 to 21 00 
Indoor training (Ladies)        St Andrews PS     Monday       
1900 to 20 00 
Outdoor Training (Youth)      Riverside               Wednesday   18 30 to 20 00
Indoor Training (primary)      Harris Academy    Wednesday    17 45 to 19 00
Indoor Training (secondary) Harris Academy    Wednesday    16 00 to 17 30


Dec 2018

Midland Hockey Tournament
DISC, Sunday 2nd December 2018
Both our U10 teams enjoyed a successful day at DISC in theMidland indoor hockey tournament. Special mention to  Molly Muirhead with 9 goals and Matthew Ogg with 8 goals for the Hawks U10 team and to Archie Newey who was top scorer for the Harriers team and playing in his first tournament.
The U12 team also had a successful day winning three games and drawing one. Scorers for the Hawks team were Cameron Allan (3), Logyn Davidson (3), Archie Newey (2), Jack Tasker (1) and Euan Wilson (1)

November 2018

Primary Hockey Tournament
Harris Academy Games Hall
Wednesday 14th November 2018
Six primary school teams took part in the indoor hockey tournament in Harris Games Hall organised jointly by Dundee Active Schools and Harris Hawks. For many of the players involved it was the first time they had played against teams from other schools.

In the round robin event all the teams played five games and planning is underway to hold a similar event in the Harris Games Hall in February and an outdoor tournament at Riverside in March.

Primary Indoor Hockey Tournament
November 2018

Harris Academy U18   3 - 3   Inverness/Kingussie U18
(Inverness/Kingussie win 3-1 on penalties)

Aspire Cup Quarter Final
Monday 12th November at Riverside
The game started at a fast pace with both teams moving the ball around well before Harris took the lead after 11 minutes from a short corner with Fraser Allan flicking into the top corner of the net. Four minutes later Aiden Davidson had his netbound shot blocked and Fraser Allan scored from the resultant penalty flick. A minute later Ross Dyer and Ewan Muirhead combined to win  a short corner which was well saved by the Inverness keeper. Inverness came back into the game right at the end of the first half and scored from a short corner in the 34th minute. In the first 20 minutes of the second half both teams missed short corners before Inverness scored from one to level the game.The visitors took the lead with 10 minutes to go, again from a short corner. Harris fought back and flicked wide from a short corner with seven minutes left to play. The equaliser for Harris came with three minutes to go when Eli Ross won the ball and played it through to Fraser Allan to flick high past the keeper and complete his hat-trick.
The game was decided by penalties with Inverness/Kingussie winning 3-1 to take them through to the semi-final.  

Harris 2 - 1 Greenock
National League Division 3
Saturday 13th October at DISC
The teams cancelled each other out in the first quarter of the game. In the second quarter both teams missed from short corners before Euan Simpson put Harris ahead from a penalty flick just before half-time.
Harris started the second half well with Fraser Allan going close and then good work from Greg Whittet led to Grant McInroy firing wide of goal. Greenock pressed for an equaliser which came in the 25th minute from their second short corner of the half. After the initial shot was saved by Duncan, Greenock were first to the rebound and levelled the scores. Harris responded two minutes later when Fraser Allan collected the ball on the 23 metre line, beat two players and  flicked high into the the net over the advancing keeper. Greenock fought back again and missed from two short corners in the closing stages.

October 2018

Strathclyde University 9 - 4 Harris 
National League Division 3
Saturday 6th October at Millerston
Similar to their first league game Harris, with five changes to their team, got off to a terrible start going three down in the first seven minutes. The second goal shouldn't have counted as it was kicked forward towards goal before being tapped in and the the first and third were from short corners. Another two goals in three minutes for the home side in the second quarter of the game left Harris with an impossible task. Harris regrouped at half time and got an early goal through Dave Somerville after good lead-up work from Greg Whittet. Another short corner made it 6-1 for Strathclyde midway through the second half before a good run by Greg Whittet beating three men and hitting a reverse shot at goal was deflected in by Grant McInroy. Strathclyde extended their lead further with a goal from open play and another short corner. A good drag-flicked short corner from Fraser Alllan was cancelled out by a Strathclyde goal. A great goal to finish from Fraser Allan beating three players and reverse hitting past the home keeper for his second goal of the game. As the week before a second half draw showed fight, skill and good goals but the game was lost in the first half.

Sept 2018

Aberdeen University 4 - 1 Harris 
National League Division 3
Saturday 29th September at Aberdeen Sports Village
Aberdeen University were three ahead after 18 minutes and had more chances in the first half to extend their lead. Harris with better organisation in the second half scored through Grant McInroy from a Jonny McLeish assist but a short corner goal secured a win for the home team.

Grove Menzieshill V 0 - 1 Harris III 
National League Division 3
Saturday 29th September at Aberdeen Sports Village

In an even 1st half both teams played well without causing either keeper any problems. Midway through the 2nd half a Dave Somerville cross was picked up well at the far post by Aiden Davidson and chipped in on his reverse. Ewan Muirhead came close for Harris with a reverse hit shot which went over the bar and at the other end Keir Robb had his short corner effort well saved by Duncan in goal.

Aspire Cup 27th September 2018

Harris Academy U18   4-0   Aboyne Academy U18
Aspire Cup 1st Round
Thursday 27th September at Riverside
The first half provided a lot off good hockey from both sides with the teams separated by two goals from Cammy Bell. Both teams continued to play good hockey in the second half with Harris adding two further goals through Fraser Allan and Cammy Bell to complete his hat-trick. Harris play Inverness/Kingussie in the next round after the October school holiday.

September 15th 2018

Harris II 1-1 Madras
Midland League Division 1
Saturday 15th September at DISC
Harris led 1-0 at half-time through a Kevin Ancell goal after eleven minutes from a Matthew McInnes assist. In the second half Harris had opportunities to increase their lead with James Lothian coming closest to scoring with several good strikes missing narrowly. Madras equalised four minutes from time for a share of the points.

September 12th 2018

Aspire Cup U18 Boys 2018

to see live draw go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZqLYx5hMco

Sept 8th 2018

Perthshire III 3-3 Harris II
Midland League Division 1
Saturday 8th September at Kilgraston

Harris went behind after two minutes and conceded a second goal in the 24th minute. Perthshire dominated the first half and could have been further ahead at half-time. Harris lost a third goal eight minutes into the second half before the game changed completely after Alfie Ackerley scored for Harris in the 55th minute, Three minutes later Alfie Ackerley grabbed a second and Harris pressed for an equaliser. After Harris missed from several short corners Pete Black finally equalised with a flick into the top corner with two minutes of the game reamining.

Harris III 1-1 Monarchs III
Midland League Division 2
Sunday 9th September at Riverside

Harris opened the scoring after 12 minutes from a Fraser Allan short corner and led 1-0 at half-time. Monarchs equaiised four minutes into the second half and there was no further scoring.

September 1st 2018

Harris II 9-0 Wanderers IV
Midland League Division 1
Saturday 1st September at DISC

First half goals from Kevin Ancell (3), Alfie Ackerley (2), Craig Soutar and Ewan Muirhead gave Harris a seven goal lead at half-time in their opening Midland Division 1 game at DISC.  In the second half further goals from Kevin Ancell and Steven Moir completed the scoring.

Kinross 4 - 4 Harris 
Saturday 1st September at Kinross

Goals from Ferg Wilson (2), Grant McInroy and Jack Dyer gave Harris a draw in a pre-season friendly game in KInross

August 2018

Midland Youth Tournament
Sunday 26th August 2018 at Dalnacraig
Harris fielded two U10 teams In the Midland tournament hosted by Dundee Wanderers at Dalnacraig. The Hawks and Harriers both put in excellent perfomances with a special mention for Matthew Ogg who scored 10 goals for the Harriers. The U12 team won 5 out of 6 games with Matthew Ogg, Luke Soutar and Logyn Davidson sharing the goals. In the final session the U14s won 4 , drew 1 and lost 1 with Ewan Muirhead, Ben Mackenzie and Nicholas Auld getting the goals.

Sunday 29th July 2018

Midland Youth Tournament
Sunday 29th July 2018 at St Andrews
Well played Harris Hawks U10s at St Andrews today. Four wins out of five and 24 goals. Logyn 15, Matthew 4, Rosie 2, Bethan and Elsa 1 each. Special mention to 7 year old Edie Snowden who played so well in her first tournament.

July 2018

Coaching Course Success
Well done to Steven Moir, Ben Graham, Ross McNicoll, Dylan Ackerley and Bella Ackerley for successfully completing the level 1 coaching course at Riverside at the end of June.

July 2018

Harris 3rd Team Win Indoor League
The young Harris 3rd team won the Midland 3rd Division indoor league with 4 wins, 2 draws and 1 defeat in their 7 league games. Top scoreres were Alfie Ackerley 7, Ewan Muirhead 6, Brodie Thompson 4 and Fraser Allan 3.

Division 3 P W D L F A GD Pts
Harris III 7 4 2 1 27 11 16 14
Grove Menzieshill V 6 3 1 2 25 18 7 10
Grove Menzieshill VI 7 3 1 3 14 24 -10 10
Wanderers VII 4 2 1 1 8 7 1 7
Perthshire II 5 1 3 1 19 14 5 6
Monarchs III 5 1 2 2 20 25 -5 5
Wanderers V 4 1 1 2 6 9 -3 4
Wanderers VI 4 0 1 3 8 19 -11 1

Harris Hawks Annual Awards Night 2018
U10        Bethan Thompson and Elsa Snowden
U10 star performance  Logyn Davidson
U12       Rory Little
U14       Fraser Allan
U16      Robbie Somerville
Most Improved       James Lothian
Club Player      Nicholas Auld
Sunday 24th June 2018

Midland Youth Festival
Dundee University, Riverside
Sunday 24th June 2018

Our two U10 teams Hawks and Harriers started at 10 30 and put in great performances on a very hot day, The U12s played four games and after losing the first game 2-0 to Carnegie Lions they won their other three games. 1-0 against GM, 2-0 against Carnegie Tigers and 3-0 against Kinross. Three players  got on to the scoresheet for the U12s for the first time, Cameron Gellatly, Cameron Allan and Euan Wilson. 

The U14 team had four wins out of four. In the first game Fraser Allan (3), Alfie Ackerley and Ewan Muirhead scored in a 5-2 win against GM Dragons. In the second game Fraser Allan (3) Aiden Davidson, Alfie Ackerley and Ewan Muirhead scored in a 6-0 win against Carnegie Typhoons. Next was a  6-0 win against Kinross with Fraser Allan (3) Aiden Davidson (2) and Ewan Muirhead getting the goals. The last game was a 2-0 win against GM Athill with Fraser getting both goals.

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