The Drienerlose Hockey club, one of the oldest associations know to student life in Enschede, has a rich history. Below you can find the spearhead of our existence:
The formation of DHC ‘Rubbish’
Joining the Royal Dutch Hockey Association. One of the conditions of joining is deleting the name ‘Rubbish’ because the meaning is highly inappropriate for the hockey association in the eastern part of the Netherlands. ‘Rubbish’ is currently the name of the association of former DHC Drienerlo members.
Construction of the Toren. A salt drilling rig donated by AKZO to function as the clubhouse for DHC. A unique fact, this is the only clubhouse on campus that is kept in its own control.
DHC plays its first home match on artificial grass.
Because of the growing number of members, it is was necessary to expand the Toren. The renovation was realised through a lot of effort and lobbying.
The Toren drills and spills…. The newborn is a tiny house for the storage of salt, again donated by AKZO. These can be found next to the Toren and serve as a storage space.
DHC has a new artificial water field, next to that also a new artificial semi-field. The Toren is partially reconstructed with a new front.