Associated clubs

Huddersfield Dragons Hockey Club

Huddersfield Hockey Club was formed in 1900 with a game against Halifax in Greenhead Park. The fixture list expanded and for two seasons in 1903 and 1904 the Club played on the ground of Lockwood Cricket Club. In 1905 they moved to Armitage Bridge Cricket Club, and in 1935 to Honley Cricket Club. From the 1950s to the 1980s, the Club grew from three to seven sides as league structures took off locally and nationally.

Following a promotion for the First XV to North Division 2, and a merger with Lockwood Park's Dragons Ladies' Hockey Club, the newly combined Huddersfield Dragons Hockey Club is expanding and strengthening the existing league, cup, junior, veterans and indoor game structures from the Lockwood Park complex.

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Huddersfield Road Runners

Huddersfield Road Runners Athletics Club (HRRAC) is a subsection of Huddersfield Rugby Union Football Club, which came about after a succession of events that date back to 1982 when the rugby club staged a half marathon.

A small and friendly club and that caters for all abilities – young or old, fast or slow, male or female, the Road Runners meet on Tuesday evenings and Sunday mornings. In winter, they stick to the roads but when daylight permits they mix it with off-road runs on the many footpaths in the area.

John Sawyer and Alan Sykes so became the founder members of HRRAC and their first training run took place on the 15th December 1982 with their first competitive entry being the Ferriby 10 Mile Road Race in 1983.

The Club continued to operate from Waterloo until 1997 when the HRUFC acquired the new venue and premises at Lockwood Park. It has run successfully ever since, and currently attracts a field of 500 runners.

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HRUFC Bowling Club

When the Bowling Club moved to Lockwood Park in 1997, they found out that the bowling green is not just any bowling green – it's one of the finest in Yorkshire!

We are a happy club; we have fun, and most of our teams are doing well. However, we're all getting older, and we need new players. Experience is preferred, but not essential and we run both male and female sections - young players are particularly welcome.

If you would like to know more, please contact Brian Stephenson on 07483 805002.

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HRUFC Squash Club

From the introduction of squash into the HRUFC family in 1975 to the remarkable current success of the present section, numerous personalities have given their time and very considerable effort to start, develop and maintain their passion and commitment to squash.

We have two high-quality, glass-backed squash courts (accepted as the best in the area), and four men's and three ladies' teams play in the Kirklees and Calderdale Squash League.

Our Junior Academy Club runs every Monday from 5pm to 6.20pm (with our head coach, Martin Sunderland, England Squash Level 3) and Academy Squash Social Practice every Friday from 6.20pm to 8.20pm (with Director Malcolm Pickup). Individual, group and team coaching is also available from Martin.

We still have limited membership places available. For more information, please contact Malcolm Pickup on 07778 773491

Huddersfield Borough Club

The Huddersfield Borough Club was formed by an amalgamation of the Huddersfield Club founded in 1869 as a Gentlemen's Club and the Borough Club, founded in 1877 as a Merchant's Club. Social and playing facilities for snooker, cards and other table games are provided. Reciprocal arrangements are maintained with business clubs worldwide.

Today the membership stands at 31 and is, in effect, a private snooker club and a place to reminisce about the 'good old days'. The President David Giblin is still very much involved with HRUFC and most associates are also rugby club members.

New members are most welcome. For more information, please contact the Borough Club Secretary E Michael Hull on 01484 863114.

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University of Huddersfield Rugby Union Football Club

The team plays its home games on Wednesday afternoons at Lockwood Park, 2pm. Training is at 7pm on Monday evenings, and the guys meet at the student union bar at 6.15pm to travel down together, and are always looking for new players - those who have played at a high level or people who have never played before.

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