Development Team vs Harris 3’s

Our Third Team took on Harris 3’s today with the final score being 1-1.  The goal scorer for Monarchs was Dylan Austin from our Youth Section!  Dylan then took a ball to the face but avoided serious injury.  Great for him to get on the score sheet and we are excited for you to return Dylan!  Hope you recover quickly and we see you back in green!

A hockey star in the making??

First Team Positive Start

Our Men’s First Team began their National League 3 campaign away to Greenock this weekend.  They went 1-0 down before Callum Boag levelled the score before they conceded again going into half time 2-1 down.  Starting the second half much better Callum Boag scored another penalty corner before Josh Havens scored on his competitive debut to get the victory.  Well done boys!

Fixtures for the Weekend

This Saturday our Men’s 1’s open their National League 3 Campaign against Greenock Morton in Largs at 12pm!

On Sunday our Development Team are playing Harris 3’s at Riverside at 1:30pm!

Our Ladies and Men’s Second Team have free weekends this week!

Good luck to those playing and hope those who aren’t playing enjoy the weekend off!


Training is on again on Wednesday 6th of September!


Remember our Youth session is first at 6 – 7 pm on the Sand pitch for everyone under the age of 23!


Our senior sessions then begin at 7 on the Sand pitch with the ladies staying there and training from 7:30 – 9 with the men moving onto the water from 7:30 – 9!


Our sessions are at Dalnacraig on the Arbroath Road!

We hope to see all of our current members there but we also love having new faces along so feel free to come along or visit our Contact us page!!


Finally our Junior session continues this Friday for everyone under 14 at Dalnacraig Sports Hall from 6 -7!  We have grown a lot in this area and would love to continue to grow!


See you crazy lot there!



Monarchs Fundraising Charity

The club is excited to announce that 10% of the funds raised at this season’s fundraising events will be donated towards Craigowl Primary School’s efforts to purchase a defibrillator for the local community.

Monarchs coaching team already work with Craigowl Primary as one of our cluster schools through Active Schools and we are happy to further strengthen this link by announcing our support of Craigowl Primary’s efforts in raising the required £1,500 which will see this potentially life saving piece of equipment situated within the community.

President Phil Nolan