Steve Wherry possibly the longest serving captain in the league, returns with the lads in SW1 for 2019-20
|Home strip:||Black and Old Gold|
|5 Oct 2019||00:00||Away||Bodmin A||-||Pending|
|12 Oct 2019||13:45||Home||O.P.M. A||-||Pending|
|19 Oct 2019||00:00||Away||Truro B||-||Pending|
|26 Oct 2019||13:45||Home||Plymouth Uni A||-||Pending|
|2 Nov 2019||13:45||Home||Tavistock A||-||Pending|
|9 Nov 2019||00:00||Away||Ashmoor B||-||Pending|
|16 Nov 2019||13:45||Home||Torbay A||-||Pending|
|23 Nov 2019||00:00||Away||Dart A||-||Pending|
|30 Nov 2019||13:45||Home||Truro C||-||Pending|
|7 Dec 2019||00:00||Away||Plymouth Marjon D||-||Pending|
|11 Jan 2020||00:00||Away||Caradon A||-||Pending|
|18 Jan 2020||13:45||Home||Bodmin A||-||Pending|
|25 Jan 2020||00:00||Away||O.P.M. A||-||Pending|
|1 Feb 2020||13:45||Home||Truro B||-||Pending|
|8 Feb 2020||00:00||Away||Plymouth Uni A||-||Pending|
|15 Feb 2020||00:00||Away||Tavistock A||-||Pending|
|22 Feb 2020||13:45||Home||Ashmoor B||-||Pending|
|29 Feb 2020||00:00||Away||Torbay A||-||Pending|
|7 Mar 2020||13:45||Home||Dart A||-||Pending|
|14 Mar 2020||00:00||Away||Truro C||-||Pending|
|21 Mar 2020||13:45||Home||Plymouth Marjon D||-||Pending|
PGs debut 25 September 1982;
1992-1995 2nd XI Captain;
1995-1998 1st XI Captain;
1998-2004 Club Secretary;
2000-present Club Treasurer
Club Chair, Fixtures Sec, 3XI Captain
Joined PGSOB 1998 after graduating from Plymouth Uni.
1st Team Captain 2000 to 2004
Club Secretary 2004 to present
Currently 2nd team player.
Chairman Devonport Dragons JHC 2006 to 2012
President Devonport Dragons JHC 2012 to present.
England Hockey volunteer. Field of Play Team Lead at:
2015 European Championships, London
2014 Commonwealth Games, Glasgow
2014 FIH Champions Challenge, Glasgow
2014 Investec London Cup,
2012 London Olympics (& Wheelchair rugby Paralympics)
2013 & 2014 National League Play Offs and Finals, Reading.
2013 Hockey World League Semi Finals, London
2012, 2013, 2014 & 2015 Super Sixes/ Maxi5s Indoor Finals Wembley.
2011, 2012 Investec London Cup, Chiswick.
2010 Champions Trophy, Nottingham. Arena Manager.
England Hockey Hockeymaker of the Year 2013-2014 Season.
Getting long in the tooth after 37 seasons of hockey. Should probably be a lot better than I am given that number of games...but will steadfastly refuse to retire as I still aspire to play for GB (over 90s...)