LYMM Hockey Club men's first team have recruited the youngest head coach in the club's entire history.

Ex-Lymm player Carwyn Nash, 24, has taken over the reins of the first team, combining playing in the National League for Timperley Hockey Club with coaching Lymm in the Northern Hockey League.

Carwyn learnt his trade at Lymm, where he captained them to reach the National Hockey Finals, before moving on to play for Timperley in the National League.

The former Bridgewater High School student picked up player of the season for Timperley's 2019/20 campaign.

Lymm's men are currently playing the highest level of hockey for any team in the Warrington area and are actively looking to recruit new players.

With the appointment of Carwyn as head coach it is an exciting time to be part of the hockey club and with pre-season training starting in early August it’s the perfect time to get in touch with them if you are interested in joining.

The main pitch and training location is Lymm Leisure Centre, though post-match drinks and social events are held at Lymm Rugby Club.

Anyone who is interested can visit for more details and contact information.