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The Monthly Ranger
September 2016 Edition
Results (Friendlies):

1 team: P6 W5 D0 L1
Couples: P1 W0 D0 L1
3 team: P1 W1 D0 L0
4 team: P1 W1 D0 L0


1 team: P6 W3 D1 L2
Couples: P1 W0 D0 L1
3 team: P1 W0 D0 L1

Player of the Month: Hatty Montgomery

Social Member of the Month: Oliver Bradbury

Hatty put in some fine displays during
preseason after making the move up to the
Ladies 1s from last year’s Couples squad.
Her most notable performance came against
Birmingham Ladies 1s where she and her
teammates managed to shut down Olympic
Gold Medalist, Lily Owsley.

After a whole year without university hockey, Oli has
returned to Bath with guns blazing. Oli provided some
very unique team bonding challenges for preseason
freshers and seniors alike. He really stood out from the
crowd at socials and managed to encourage strong
integration throughout the club. Oli has set a high standard
of socialising for this year – keep up the good work!

2 minutes with John Jackson
With over 200 international caps for Ireland and fresh from the
Rio Olympics, we managed to catch up with the new UoBHC

Ladies’ 1s coach for a quick interview to find out more about the
man behind the grin.
Q. What is your career highlight?

A. Rio Olympics for sure.
Q. Favourite Rio moment?

Preseason Week:
After 5 months of no hockey,
rangers returned to Bath to begin
Preseason Week. The week’s
festivities began with a Pub Quiz
for the men’s squad whilst the
ladies squad did a meet and greet
with their new freshers at The
Crescent. Members of both
squads talked in angst hoping that
maybe Jody would take a less
fitness based approach to this
Obviously this wasn’t the case –
both squads began the week with
the 1000 yard test. This really set
the agenda for the week and also
showed that perhaps Josh
Southern’s 2m35s 1000 yard
sprint over summer was a bit
To celebrate surviving Jody’s
first day of training, both squads
met for a curry at Bombay
lounge. This provided a great
opportunity for the freshers to
formally introduce themselves to
the seniors. After this, the whole
entourage headed to Molloy’s for
that first taste of snakebite.
The next day saw the ladies
play in their first preseason match
of the year against Kings Bruton
School. Of course Bath came out
on top, but the highlight of the
game had to be when fresher Sam
received an earful from one of
the 15-year-old Bruton player due

To his abysmal umpiring. Silly
Wednesday saw the turn of the
men’s team. They comfortably
beat Cardiff Met and celebrated
with a Fresher Talent Show at the
Goat House. The freshers pulled
out all the stops, thoroughly
entertaining the seniors. The
ladies fresh treated their seniors to
a Bake-Off with fresher Rosie
winning the competition by
making some delicious
On Thursday and Friday,
Nottingham Trent University
made the trip to Bath. The men’s
team came out on top, winning on
both days (including a huge 7-1
victory). The ladies managed a
victory on Thursday before
drawing their Friday match. The
climax of Trent’s visit came on
the Thursday night with a massive
joint social. The teams met in
Molloy’s, where a boat race took
place and of course Bath Rangers
came out on top despite M1s
horrendously slow pint. Both
clubs then headed to Second
Bridge for what can only be
described as a blurry night.
Preseason certainly set the tone
for the coming year with both the
level of hockey and standard of
socialising. Here’s to a successful
year for the Bath Rangers!

A. Good question. Either the free McDonalds or the free
Q. Most surreal Rio moment?

A. Meeting Henrik Stenson just after his Open Championship win.
Or actually, maybe meeting Jess Ennis-Hill or Rafa Nadal. Actually
no, the most surreal moment was being in the recovery pool with
Sonny-Bill Williams… we both didn’t know where to look!
Q. What is your favourite film?

A. The Matrix
Q. Is Pulp Fiction a cult classic or is it overrated?

A. Overrated
Q. What is your favourite food?

A. Pizza
Q. What is your speciality dish?

A. Toblerone and Malteaser cheesecake
Q. What was the first album that you bought?

A. Spice Girls
Q. What is your favourite album?

A. Oasis – be here now

Q. What is your favourite holiday destination?

A. North Coast in Northern Ireland
Q. What is your guilty pleasure?

A. One Direction
Q. What is your favourite sport other than

A. Golf
Q. What is your favourite football club?

A. Ulster Rugby…

Q. Donald Trump or Hilary Clinton?

A. Trump – he’s controversial.

Q. Would you rather fight 100 duck sized
horses or 1 horse sized duck?

A. 100 duck sized horses
Q. What are your aspirations for the ladies’

A. Coach them for multiple years – at least
5 years. Win the league!

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