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!
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.
Seacliff 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.
2017 Premier League and Metro 1 training will commence Saturday, January 28 at the Seacliff Hockey Club. Men’s training will be from 8am-10am and women from 10am-12pm.
All players who aspire to play at this level are encouraged to attend.
Further training dates will be sent soon.
Help support our Tigers: Gabi Nance, Brook Buchecker and Anna Busiko, as well as the rest of the SA Girls in the Southern Suns Hockey Team.
On Thursday 25th September, they are hosting a movie night at the Odeon Star Semaphore Cinemas. The film we are showing is The Equalizer, starring Denzel Washington. The movie starts at 8:15pm, however, doors will be open by 7:30pm as we are holding a cake stall beforehand.
The Southern Suns are competing in the Australian Hockey League which is taking place in Brisbane from the 4th-11th of October.
All proceeds contribute towards the trip and will definitely help to further our success in the tournament.
Tickets will cost $18, please use the link posted below to purchase tickets prior to the night.
Your support will be greatly appreciated and we look forward to seeing you there!
Hello Tiger fans! Its time to put those thinking hats on and battle it out for the prestigious quiz night championship!
30th of August 2014,
Seacliff Hockey Club
BYO – Plates of Food
$10 Per Ticket
$20 Per Family
To Book – Please have tables of 10 organized and either text, Email or Hit me up on Facebook with a name to reserve it under.
0400 907 013
Please RSVP to me by Friday 15th of August. Limited tables available so get in QUICK!! Its a night NOT to be missed!
We are welcoming any Donations of prizes. Please contact Marion Ford on ( 0438 829 757 ). Will be greatly appreciated.
We Will be Running an auction through the night which will include Items from Port Adelaide Football Club, Redbacks Cricket, Hockeyroo’s, Sturt Football Club + More!!
Will be great to see everyone at quiz night, its always a great event and a big turnout for the club!
We have arranged a regular Monday night clinic to cater for keen hockey players!
At Seacliff Hockey Club Lipson Ave Seacliff
The hour session will run from 5 to 6pm for grades 3,4 and 5 will include technical and tactical coaching by Todd Kitto, and the session will always include a modified game.
If there are sufficient numbers are interested- grades 6, 7, 8 and 9 will be catered for in the 6 to 7pm timeslot.
The Clinic will begin on the Monday night of week 4 (19th of May)… costing only $5 per session.
Shinpads and sticks are available to borrow
If your son or daughter is interested could you please email email@example.com or text Todd on 0400276719. please include students name, school, age and emergency contact number.
See whats been happening in the club over the last couple of months, in the latest edition of Tiger Tales.
In this issue:
Click here to view now – SHC Newsletter 1 – 2014