Rocester Players A-Z




Eric Harrison


Frank Hitchen

Mark Hodson (D.O.B. August 1986)

Energetic forward who would battle for every ball. Mark spent three years with Stone Dominoes, working his way up to the first team before moving to Meir K.A. for a year. However, his chances were limited due to injuries and he eventually signed for Rocester in the summer of 2006. A popular player at Hillsfield, he has made well over 100 appearances for the club and chipped in with some useful goals before returning to Stone Dominoes during the 2010-11 season.

Jack Harvey

Craig Holland (D.O.B. 20/07/82)

Tenacious midfielder who was an integral part of Rocester's Midland Alliance title-winning team in 2003-04. Craig left the Romans in 2005 to join Willenhall Town and he then moved on to Chasetown before returning to Hillsfield for a brief loan spell in March 2007. He totalled 98 appearances in his two spells with Rocester and scored 13 goals.

Paul Harvey (D.O.B. May 1981)

A former Gresley Rovers youth team player, Paul joined Rocester during the 2006-07 season from Coalville Town. In a Rocester career dogged by injuries he made just four first team appearances in over two years, all from the substitutes bench.

Liam Holt (D.O.B. August 1991)

Left-sided attacking midfielder who joined the Romans from Brereton Social in February 2010. Liam had a disastrous start at Rocester when he was sent off barely 10 minutes into his debut after coming on as a substitute against Loughborough University. He then, however, settled in well and become an integral part of the team with his goals and industry. However, he left during the 2010-11 season to join his hometown team Lichfield City after netting 9 times in 27 outings.

Martin Heath (D.O.B. 30/09/83)

Central midfielder signed from Biddulph Victoria in July 2007. A former Stoke City junior, he also played for Leek C.S.O.B. and Stone Dominoes. Made 42 appearances during the 2007-08 season and scored 2 goals - one of which came in the Staffs Senior Cup Final at Vale Park when Kidsgrove Athletic were beaten 3-0. He then spent a year out of the game before rejoining the Romans in July 2009 for a brief spell.

  Noel Hooper

Ben Henderson (D.O.B. 01/09/87)

Centre half signed from Stafford Town in August 2007. Ben played Youth team football for West Bromwich Albion and Stafford Rangers. A member of the 2008 Staffordshire Senior Cup winning side, he made 24 appearances and scored one goal during the 2007-08 season before leaving the club.


Marc Hubbard (D.O.B. 22/05/73)

An experienced left-sided player who made all of his 19 appearances for the Romans during the 2006-07 season. Marc joined Rocester from Leek C.S.O.B. and played for a number of clubs in and around the Potteries including Norton United and Ball Haye Green.

Adam Hewitt (D.O.B. April 1990)

Striker signed from local football in November 2008. Adam spent five years as a junior with Stoke City, and represented Staffordshire Moorlands District as a schoolboy. He has already enjoyed a lot of success in Sunday football before testing himself at a higher level with Rocester. A popular player at the club, he made 37 appearances and scored five goals before switching to Cheadle Town.


Craig Hulme (D.O.B. May 1989)

Striker signed from Brocton prior to the 2010-11 season. Previously he had played Conference football for Stafford Rangers, and also for his other home town club Stafford Town where he was named Players Player of the Year in 2008. He had two spells with Rocester during his one season with the club, and scored ten goals in just 22 appearances.

Keith Hibberd

Brother of Leon. In his early days Keith could play in midfield, but he became a wonderful central defender as time went by. A truly gifted player whose temperament was second to none. 







Barry Hulton

A stylish and supremely talented footballer who could play in defence or as a creative midfielder. Majestic on the ball, Barry always seemed to have time to play the ball and the timing of his tackling was top-notch. A great centre back who gave may years of excellent service to Rocester. 


Leon Hibberd

Brother of Keith, Leon was recognised as a fine midfield player who always had time on the ball and  made the game look easy. Could take a ball off an opponent just as easily as he could take it past one.  






  Peter Hupalo