The history of Trojans ladies' hockey is intertwined with Trjojans Club itself and was known as Southampton Hockey Club when it began in the early 1900s.

The Trojans Club was primarily for cricket and rugby until after the First World War when it merged with Southampton Hockey Club.

They later separated and reunited once more in the early 1950s when it became Southampton (Trojans) Hockey Club.

Daily Echo: Trojans Ladies Hockey Club. Back: Kathryn James, Moniter Suter, Sharon Hibberd, Fiona Greenham, Allison Burrows, Sally Gibson, Alison Wakefield. Front: Charlotte Manchester, Julie Moss, Julie Williams, Claire Grinyer, Kathryn James, Lisa Copeland. April

The club’s name was shortened later that decade to Trojans Hockey Club.

Currently, Trojans Hockey Club boasts five women’s teams. Their women’s first team competes in the prestigious England Hockey League Investec Conference West, which is the second tier of English hockey.

These pictures of the Trojans Women's Hockey Club were taken in the 1990s - more to come soon!