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Seacliff Award Winners 2017

As season 2017 comes to an end, many players were recognised at our recent presentation night for their efforts throughout the year:

New Life Members Alex Wawryk and Rob Tuck

Ray Woodhouse Memorial trophy- service to juniors Will Tuck

Mayors Trophy – Dedication and commitment to the management of Seacliff hockey club – Jenny Newton

FA Ellis Award – Commitment to players on and off the field – Kerry Kitto

PLM
Best and Fairest – Lachlan Busiko
Coaches Award -Alistair Oliver
Highest Goal scorer- Matthew Morton
Stephen Herbert Memorial – male Rising star- Max Menadue

PLW
Best and fairest- Annie Busiko
Players Player -Anastasia Tomeo
highest Goal scorer- Katie Pisani
Jane Lamprey Award- Team Endeavor Meg Bourne

M1M
Best and Fairest- Harrison Lewis
Most Valuable Player- Andrew Searle

M1W
Best and Fairest -Adele Mastroyannis
Best Team Player Josie Byrne

M2M
Best and Fairest Michael Schubert
Coaches Award – Tom Walsh

M2W
Best Team Player- Peta Machell
Most Improved Mikhaela Higgins

M3M
Best and Fairest – Adrian Smith
Best Team Player David Ross

M4W
Best and Fairest Sarah Bradley
Coaches Award Jodie Lindsay

M5M
Best and Fairest Brett Mackereth
Coaches Award Zac Arnold
Most Valuable Player Ash Jenkinson

Vets Men
Grumpiest Old Veteran- Tim Stephenson

Vets Women
Most Valuable Player -Nat McWaters
rookie Goalie of the year Cathy Lewis

Sate Reps
Hotshots- Cooper Powardy, Dan Mitchell,Lachie Busiko
U21- Alex Newton, Meg Bourne, Cooper Powardy , Lachie Busiko
Masters men Alek Korcz, Lachlan Cooper, Tim Stephenson, Daniel Roach, Peter Lewis, Kevin Adie, David Hales

Australian Reps
U 21 Lachlan Busiko
Masters Men Alek Korcz, Lachlan Cooper, Tim Stephenson

 

Well done to all award winners and all members of our club.  Let’s look forward to coming back next year bigger and better


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Under 15 selection for 4 Tiger Cubs

Seacliff HC would like to congratulate Hassan , Finn, Lily and Jaeda on their selection into the final Under 15 State Team squads for 2018!

We wish all athletes the best of luck in selection for the final team.


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Tigers come up just short

Seacliff Premier League Women ended a decade long drought to make the grand final.  Unfortunately, the girls met the might of Port who proved too strong on the day.   Trailing 1-0 at half time, the girls came out after half time and equalised through Katie Pisani and looked to have momentum.  Unfortunately for us, and to the credit of Port, they steadied and scored 2 more goals to take the premiership.

Well done to coach Matt Morton in his first season, who along with taking this team to a grand final, was also named coach of the year.

The future looks bright for this group of players if they stick together and continue to work hard.


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Tigers go back to back!

Seacliff are once again the Premier League Premiers after a hard fought 1-0 win against Adelaide.  In a game that looked destined for extra time, Max Mendaue fought hard and received a corner with just a minute on the clock.  With time expiring, Lachie Busiko stepped up and drilled the flick into the corner as the buzzer sounded, leaving Seacliff as premier’s for the second year in a row, and the 3rd in 4 years.

Congratulations to all players involved throughout the season, and again to coach Jogger who steered the ship. 21740140_1388600781238173_2143445987163304960_n


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Tigers in Spain

Well done to Tigers Lachlan Cooper, Alex Korcz and Tim Stephenson who have been selected to represent Australia at the World Cup in Spain in 2018.

Lachlan will represent the Australian Over 35’s, Alex will represent the Over 40’s and Tim will represent the Over 45’s.

Well done guys!


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End of Season Wrap: Females

Wow!  What a year it was for the lady Tigers! 3 out of 4 teams in the finals, 2 red pennants, although unfortunately the blue ones were elusive!

Metro 4 Women

The Mighty Metro 4 women took all before them in the finals series.  Having finished 4th at the end of the minor round, they took on the challenge of beating the top 4… which they did successfully.  After winning the elimination and preliminary finals, the girls came up against SPOC, unfortunately going down in the Grand Final!

Metro 2 Women

The Metro 2 women had a tough year with many players coming and going throughout the year.  They battled valiantly, taking it up to all other teams, however a lack of goalscoring made results hard to come by, eventually finishing in 9th position.

Metro 1 Women

The Metro 1 women had a strong year under the guidance of first time coach Michael Wells.

 


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Tiger Tales

The next installment of news in the leadup to season 2017.

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2017 fixtures

If you’re planning your year around hockey like we are, here is a great place to start.

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Registration

http://www.hockeysa.com.au/Competitions/2017-Registrations

The time has now come for registration for season 2017.  Please register through the above link.  Here you will need to pay the Hockey SA fee upon registration. You will need to register before you play your first game.  Let’s all get onto this promptly!  

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Club Day 1: The Preseason Cup

Surely by February 25, you would must be missing hockey.  You may well have had the pleasure of the Indian Premier League, but if you haven’t you can now have the pleasure of the Hockey SA Premier League Pre-Season competition.  Beginning this week at Port, our Men’s and Women’s Premier League Teams are back at it as they travel to Port.

But on the 25th, it’s our first games back at Tigerland.  Come and see Jogger and new coach Matt Morton put them through the paces.  Then, stay for a barbie, a junior coaching clinic before the M2-M5 men and women come out for a “run” around. We’d love to see everyone come out and support our Premier League Teams, say g’day and have a bite to eat.

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Child Protection Officer and Police Checks

Skye-TamlinSeacliff Hockey is pleased to announce Skye Tamlin as our Child Safe Officer.  She will be a key person in ensure Seacliff maintains a child safe environment.  Skye will be the main contact to ensure our club supports kids, is safe for kids and is fun for kids.

Anyone who is an official, coach or manager will need to undertake a police check.


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Tiger Tales: January 2017

Get up to date with the most current news from Tigerland:

Includes important pre-season dates, coaching updates and roles to take on in the club.

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Hit and a Giggle

If you’re looking for a bit of fitness between now and the start of the season and don’t really want to have to keep up with the Premier League, maybe a “Hit and a Giggle” is more for you.  

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Pre-season schedule

 

This is the current schedule for Premier League and M1 pre-season training.  Remember, new players are welcome.  For more details contact president@shc.org.au

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