ELITE RESIDENTIAL CAMP

 

MT13 Elite Residential Camps 2022

Camp 2: 24th – 26th August @ Repton School

£439 (Residential)

£309 (Non-Residential)

Option to pay a deposit rather than the full amount: £150 (the balance will be invoiced 8 weeks before the camp start date)

Price includes full board (all facilities and meals throughout the duration of the camp) 

Duration

3 Days and 2 Nights (10am start on Day 1 and a 3.30pm finish on Day 3)

Why Attend?

MT13 have been running residential camps since 2010 across a number of locations in the UK. The Residential Camps allow players to assimilate learning alongside relaxing, recovering and having fun during the downtime in the evening with our organised activity.

The camp will be delivered at the state-of-the-art facilities on offer at Repton School, in recent years the school reopened its world class sporting facilities after an a £10m upgrade. As the leading co-educational hockey school in the UK, hockey was a key focus in the re-development and the facilities now include; a blue Olympic-standard Water based pitch, an Indoor facility in which England Hockey choose to host the National Premier League as well as a fixed video system and analysis room overlooking the pitches.

The 2022 Elite Residential camps will be led by former England International and Director of Coaching at MT13, Matt Taylor and former England & Great Britain International and Director of Hockey at Repton School, Martin Jones.

21 Hours of Hockey Coaching

During the course of the 3 days, players will receive 21 hours of coaching through a variety of Drills, Small Sided Games and Match Play

Coaching Ratio 1:8

Players will be placed in a variety of groups during the course. Some will be based on playing position and others on ability and age. At all times there will be a maximum of 8 players to 1 coach

Presentations

Two presentations will be delivered throughout the 3 days. Players will choose between the following titles are: 

  • Exploring the Life of an International Hockey Player
  • Tactical Considerations for the 11 a side format of the game
  • How to execute Penalty Shuffles effectively
  • How to become a coach
  • How to become an umpire

Camp Kit & Prizes

Each player will receive 1 x MT13 / Adidas Camp Tee Shirts. 3 Players will be selected, based upon their contributions throughout the camp, for a camp prize which are provided by adidas hockey. 1 player will be selected as player of the camp and will receive £500 of adidas products.  

Pitch Contents

The camps are designed to improve players technical skill and tactical understanding through a mixture of game play and drills. New for 2022 is the Technical Lab where players will have their technical ability assessed against 4 pre-determined skills. The Elite Residential Camps will also incorporate 11v11 game play

Development Plans & Hudl Accounts

Upon completion of the camp players will be given a 10 page Development Plan highlighting areas of growth from the coaches observation throughout the 3 days. In addition to this players clips will be loaded onto hudl and annotated so they have reference points post camp.

Down Time / Free Time

There will be limited free time due to the amount of content that we need to get through but we will make sure that players relax in a suitable environment at the right time.

Head Coach – Matt Taylor

One of the most coveted coaches in the UK. Matt took Cannock Ladies team, which includes no other than England and GB Captain Hollie Webb, through 6 league promotions into the National Premier League between 2002-2009. Matt then went on to win 2 league titles with Beeston ladies before moving across to the men (Beeston HC) where he won 3 Premier League Championships, the only team at that time to win the league and play-offs in the same year. The club also reached KO8 of the EHL in 2013, narrowly losing to Bloemendaal HC the competitions eventual winners that season. In addition to his club success, Matt has also won BUCs Gold with the University of Nottingham 2015.

He is an ex-England Senior International who is regarded as one of the top domestic hockey coaches, having helped produce over 30 junior internationals and 42 Senior Internationals who have worked under Matt in the last 10 years, of which included 14 players at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

As well as running his own successful coaching company - MT13, Matt is the Director of Hockey at the University of Nottingham. His company has been running successful camps and courses for over 12 years and he has an ever-growing reputation for delivering innovative coaching to Clubs and Schools including Repton, Ratcliffe, Nottingham High School, Nottingham Girls High School, Oakham, Rugby and Bloxham School.

Most recently Matt has headed up a new initiative to work alongside a number of US Colleges to facilitate the placement of elite players into the collegiate hockey system.

 

Martin Jones

A former England and Great Britain International with 118 Caps, Martin played in various International Tournaments including two World Cups (2002 & 2006). As a player with Cannock and Beeston, Martin won the English Premier League eight times and was also named Premier League Player of The Year in 2005.

In his first season as Beeston Men’s 1st XI Coach, in 2011, Martin became the youngest to win the Premier League when he guided the club to their first ever success in the competition, aged 30. This was followed up with another Title two years later. During his time at Beeston working with Matt Taylor, Martin and Matt coached Beeston to three consecutive Quarter-Finals of the European Hockey League.

In recent years, Martin has been Assistant Coach to England U21 Women and England U18 Men. Martin also successfully launched Repton Hockey Club in 2016 which with consistent development is already one of the most successful clubs across the range of age groups and competitions in England. Most notably, Martin is Director of Hockey at Repton School, the most successful school in the history of the English National Schools Competitions. Repton School has won forty-two National Championships, at all age groups, since Martin has been in post and developed a number of medal-winning Olympians and a large number of International Players.

Martin also has experienced coaching school and club sides in Chile as well as spending time running coaching clinics in the US in recent years.