Denbigh Hockey Club serves a wide range of people from students to more senior members of society and its return has been welcomed.
They run four teams with one senior side and three junior sides including an under nines, under 11s and under 13s.
“We've players from different ethnicity groups, including players who are foreign exchange students who are boarders at Myddelton College,” adds Liam.
“We also run a juniors section which includes girls and there is currently a separate project running to reform a women’s hockey team.
“Most people play for fun, but we have had one youngster, Matthew Jarvis, make the Wales under 18s squad.”
While many restrictions have been lifted over recent months Denbigh Hockey Club have been unable to compete against rival sides due to the introduction of local lockdowns to halt the spread of coronavirus.
“We play in the North West Hockey League which is the north-west of England and north Wales,” he says.
“A lot of these games have been put on hold because of Covid. What complicates matters is there are different rules in England to those in Wales.
“Some teams we would normally play against are based in areas of England where they are under local lockdown, so we are unable to play them. Also, we don’t want to travel to places in local lockdown and risk bringing the virus back into our community.
“We’ve put the season on hold and have recently been put into local lockdown so we couldn’t go anyway.”