Hughes the standout at hockey sessions

PUBLISHED: 12:10 21 April 2009 | UPDATED: 16:02 11 May 2010

JOSH Hughes has been presented with the Neville Brown Youth Trophy after coming out top at Royston Hockey Club s junior hockey training sessions. Held at Bassingbourn Barracks - where the club s men s and women s teams play their games - the sessions incl

JOSH Hughes has been presented with the Neville Brown Youth Trophy after coming out top at Royston Hockey Club's junior hockey training sessions.

Held at Bassingbourn Barracks - where the club's men's and women's teams play their games - the sessions include stick skills and general all round training.

The sessions are held each year from September to April for hockey enthusiasts aged between six and 16 of both sexes and provide a good stepping stone for those interested in moving into Saturday league hockey.

Josh Hughes was presented the trophy by Judith Brown.

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