2017 WOMEN’S PREMIER LEAGUE SQUAD

PL Coach: Lachie Anderson
Team Manager: Greg Hopkins
RES Coach: Phil Frost
Team Manager: John Kosowski
Physio: Simone Muscat
#1 Tegan Music
#2 Ellen Druce
#3 Monica Singh
#4 Rebecca James
#5 Esther Fithall (Captain)
#6 Gabby Minett
#7 Georgia Hopkins (Captain)
#8 Olivia Colasurdo (Captain)

#9 Carly James
#10 Josie Erbsland
#11 Jade Versteegan
#12 Claire Hind
#13 Martha Lawson
#14 Alicia Duggan
#15 Bethany Russ
#16 Gwen Lynch
#17 Lily Brazel (Captain)
#19 Georgia Cutrale
#20 Emily Deinhoff
#21 Jade Robertson
#22 Stephanie Thompson

#23 Isabella Colasurdo
#24 Jess Snaize
#25 Jenna Denniss
#26 Elena Hobson
#27 Beck Humphreys
#28 Georgia Nelson
#29 Ruby Fraser
#30 Erin Fairmaid
#31 Tate Brazil
#32 Alannah Hibbard
#33 Ania Kosowski
#34 Helayna Braiden
#78 Caroline Lee
#88 Jessie Johnson
#98
Dipika Gongola

AWARD RECIPIENTS 2016

PREMIER LEAGUE
Best and Fairest
Lily Brazel
Runners Up B & F
Carly James

PREMIER LEAGUE RESERVES
Best and Fairest
Paula Van Meeuwen
Runners Up B & F
Hayley McAlinden

PENNANT A
Best and Fairest
Tanicia Isorena
Runners Up B & F
Ania Kosowski

PENNANT B
Best and Fairest
Jennifer Hughes
Runners Up B & F
Kristy Stoove

PENNANT C
Best and Fairest
Rebecca Grey
Runners Up B & F
Jessica Sinclair

PENNANT D
Best and Fairest
Heather Munro
Runners Up B & F
Mel Sanders

PENNANT E
Best and Fairest
Pixie Fuhrmeister
Runners Up B & F
Jaimee Colwell

METRO B
Best and Fairest
Kristen MacKay
Runners Up B & F
Jenn Learmonth

Award Recipients 2009 - 2015

2015 AWARD RECIPIENTS

Premier League
Best and Fairest Tegan Purser
Runners Up B & F Penny Mather

Premier League Reserves
Best and Fairest Jenna Denniss
Runners Up B & F Jess Snaize

Pennant A
Best and Fairest Jaimee Skilton
Runners Up B & F Sarah McTigue

Pennant B
Best and Fairest Anthea McTigue
Runners Up B &  Kristy Stoove

Pennant C
Best and Fairest Nicole Ducret
Runners Up B & F Gwen Lynch

Pennant D
Best and Fairest Fil Bruce
Runners Up B & F Rachel Holden

Pennant E
Best and Fairest Claire Hind
Runners Up B & F Therese Hoang

Metro A
Best and Fairest  Kirby Smith
Runners Up B & F Amanda Van Den Berghe

Metro B
Best and Fairest Toni Julian
Runners Up B & F Nyrie McCabe

2014 AWARD RECIPIENTS

Best and Fairest Leah Merrett
Runners Up B & F Penny Mather

Premier League Reserves
Best and Fairest Georgia Cutrale
Runners Up B & F Paula Van Meeuwen

Pennant A
Best and Fairest Jess Saveski
Runners Up B & F Lauren Hopkins

Pennant B
Best and Fairest Nicole Henderson
Runners Up B & F Rebecca Humphries

Pennant C
Best and Fairest Nicole Ducret
Runners Up B & F Raimonda Ducret

Metro 1 North West
Best and Fairest Kat Lavars
Runners Up B & F Jaimee Skilton

Metro 1 South East
Best and Fairest Gwendolyn Lynch
Runners Up B & F Therese Hoang

Metro 2 North West
Best and Fairest Kelsie Crimmins
Runners Up B & F Rachel Knight

Metro 3 North West
Best and Fairest Alice Heyne
Runners Up B & F Toni Julian

2013 AWARDS RECIPIENTS

Premier League
Best and Fairest Leah Merrett
Runners Up B & F Sam Ellis

Premier League Reserves
Best and Fairest Lisanne Lamers
Runners Up B & F Gabby Minett

Pennant A
Best and Fairest Lauren Hopkins
Runners Up B & F Sheridan Corless

Pennant B
Best and Fairest Brie Rowland
Runners Up B & F Kat Lavars

Metro 1 North West
Best and Fairest Leona Lang
Runners Up B & F Sarah Healey

Metro 1 South East
Best and Fairest Lauren Dick
Runners Up Anthea McTigue

Metro 2 North West
Best and Fairest Sabrina Roberts
Runners Up Mercedes Benitez

Metro 2 South East|
Best and Fairest Kathryn Clark
Runners Up Tania Bezzobs    

Metro 3 North West
Best and Fairest Rebecca Holland
Runners Up B & F Mirella Di Benedetto

2012 AWARD RECIPIENTS

State League 1
Best and Fairest Amy Turnbull
Runners Up B & F Sam Ellis

Pennant B
Best and Fairest Ellen Druce
Runners Up B & F Jess Snaize

Pennant C
Best and Fairest Gabby Lewis
Runners Up B & F Emily Deinhoff

Pennant D
Best and Fairest Chloe Chatterton
Runners Up B & F Nicole Virtuoso

Metro 2 North West
Best and Fairest Sharon Breeze
Runners Up B & F Jessica Saveska

Metro 2 South East
Best and Fairest Ruth Torr
Runners Up B & F Ning Boonprakob

Metro 3 North West
Best and Fairest Monica La
Runners Up B & F Nicole Ducret

Metro 3 South East
Best and Fairest Susan Dobson
Runners Up B & F Mercedes Benitez

Metro 4 North West
Best and Fairest Rebecca Holland
Runners Up B & F Ali Ridley

2011 AWARD RECIPIENTS

State League 2
Best and Fairest Amy Turnbull
Runners Up B & F
Zoe Shipperley

Pennant C
Best and Fairest Jaimee Skilton
Runners Up B & F
Ellen Druce

Pennant D
Best and Fairest Carly James
Runners Up B & F
Hayley McAlinden

Metro  1 North
Best and Fairest Katherine Lavars
Runners Up B & F
Carrol Burt

Metro 2 North
Best and Fairest Monica La
Runners Up B & F
Nicole Ducret

Metro 2 South
Best and Fairest Susan Dobson
Runners Up B & F Amanda Vandenberghe

Metro 3 North
Best and Fairest Sharon Breeze
Runners Up B & F
Lynda Thomas

Metro 3 South
Best and Fairest Hannah Hage
Runners Up B & F
Zoe Killeen

Metro 4 North
Best and Fairest Julie Harman
Runners Up B & F
Rochelle Eggins 

2010 AWARD RECIPIENTS

State League 2
Best and Fairest Esther Fithall  
Runners Up B & F Rachel Doody

Pennant B
Best and Fairest Nicole Gallagher
Runners Up B & F Harriet Negus

Metro 1 North
Best and Fairest Filamena Bruce
Runners Up B & F Giulia Virtuoso

Metro 1 South
Best and Fairest Ashleigh Clarke
Runners Up B & F Kaila Ducret

Metro 2 North
Best and Fairest Holly Azzopardi
Runners Up B & F Olivia Clay

Metro 3 North
Best and Fairest Hayley McAlinden
Runners Up B & F Georgia Hopkins

Metro 3 South
Best and Fairest Tayla Williams
Runners Up B & F Amanda Vandenberghe

Metro 4 North Red
Best and Fairest Monica La
Runners Up B & F Prue Fenwicke

Metro 4 North Blue

Best and Fairest Jeanne Beale
Runners Up B & F Philippa Duell-Piening

2009 AWARD RECIPIENTS
(Note this was the last year FHC issued Premier’s Medallions)

State League 3
Best and Fairest Esther Fithall
Runners Up B & F Jaimee Skilton

Premiers Medallions
Harriet Negus, Danica Breen (VC), Alison Clegg, Sally Colasurdo (c), Sharon Dial, Rachel Doody, Alicia Duggan, Esther Fithall, Alexandra Leeder Jane Luckett, Danielle Pereira, Jaimee Skilton (VC), Ruth Torr, Tess Torr, Lexie White, Coach: Glenn Lloyd, Assistant Coach: Robert Skilton, Team Manager: Dave Pearce

Pennant B
Best and Fairest Kat Lavars
Runners Up B & F Karin Huddle

Metro 1 North
Best and Fairest Lauren Hopkins
Runners Up B & F Holly Moore

Runners Up Medallions
Lisa Anderson (C), Angie Brett, Rachael Browne, Filamena Bruce (VC), Olivia Colasurdo, Nicole Ducret, Lauren Hopkins, Kate Kidd, Jess Lloyd, Gabby Minett, Holly Moore, Marianne Pearce, Mandi Patterson, Penny Van Veenendaal, Giulia Virtuoso, Nicole Virtuoso (VC)  Coach: Kara Vaina

Metro  2 North
Best and Fairest Harry Bloomfield
Runners Up B & F Amy Scott

Premiers Medallions
Georgia Allan, Harry Bloomfield (VC), Tahlia Brysha Pullen, Lauren Dick (c), Jess Hall, Leona Harris, Nicola Hancock, Melanie Corless, Sheridan Corless, Gabby Lewis, Amanda Lloyd, Amy Scott, Erin Tout, Tayla Williams, Coach: Fidz

Metro 2 South
Best and Fairest Jemma Caon
Runners Up B & F Naomi Buckland

Metro 3 North
Best and Fairest Georgia Hopkins
Runners Up B & F Julie-Anne Sheehan

Metro 4 North Red
Best and Fairest Siobhan Blake
Runners Up B & F Jo Bailey

Metro 4 North Blue
Best and Fairest Amanda Vandenberghe
Runners Up B & F Alice Tucker

Premiers Medallions
Belinda Besley, Kellie Blokkeerus (c), Pruedence Cameron, Amy Heath, Lucy Hellard, Sam Keast, Rachel Knight, Jenn Learmonth, Jane McCullach, Sabrina Roberts, Alice Tucker, Nicole Smith, Amanda Vandenberghe, Sara West

BACKGROUND

Founded in 1934, with its first mens teams fielded in 1935, FHC’s first women’s team took the field in 1936.

We are again extremely fortunate to field 7 teams, Lachie Anderson as our senior coach for 2018, aided by  Phil Frost (Frosty) looking after the Premier League Reserves.  Pennant and Metro coaches are being sought.

The women’s section would not run so efficiently without the support of volunteers and I am very appreciative of the large women’s team supporting the administration. If you have any other ideas or suggestions about the ladies section and are willing to contribute and help, please feel free to contact me on the numbers below!

Nicole Virtuoso

Women’s Director
Footscray Hockey Club
0424 132 715
womens@footscrayhockey.com.au

COACHES & MANAGERS

Premier League

Coach
Lachie Anderson
0411 048 428
info@thirteenhockey.com

Manager
Greg Hopkins
0411 038 349
greg.hopkins@arup.com

PL Reserves

Coach
Phil Frost
0417 147 055
phil.frost@pickles.com.au

Manager
John Kosowski
0408 442 207
designk@tpg.com.au

Pennant A

Coach
TBC

Manager
Simon De la Mere
0477 710 256
skdelamere@gmail.com

Pennant C

Coach
TBC

Manager
Lynette Hannon
0404 854 212
hannon.lynette.g@
edumail.vic.gov.au

Pennant D

Coach
Rodney Johnstone
0417 350 890
rodneyj.fhc@gmail.com

Team Manager
Karen Johnstone
0411 529 163
kazjosh@yahoo.com.au

Pennant E

Coach
Tahlya Sleep
0404 588 250
ausleeps@hotmail.com

Team Manager
Nyrie McCabe
0425 873 680
nyrie.mccabe@outlook.com

Metro B

Captain/Manager
Catherine Hamm
0408 968 756
catherine.hamm@vu.edu.au

SUPPORT

PL Squad Physio
Simone Muscat
0422 527 237
simonelmuscat@gmail.com

Chairperson of Selectors
Lynda Thomas
0405 499 270
thomashopkinsfam@
iprimus.com.au

COMMITTEE

Women’s 2017 Committee consists of:

WOMEN’S DIRECTOR
Nicole Virtuoso
0424 132 715
womens@footscrayhockey.com.au

CHAIRPERSON OF SELECTORS:  
Lynda Thomas
0405 449 270
thomashopkinsfamily@iprimus.com.au

UMPIRE COORDINATOR:
Angela Thompson
0413 016 314
cupcakequeen@hotmail.com

ELECTED PLAYER’S REPS
PL: Gabby Minett
RES: Erin Fairmaid
PENNANT: Jemma Caon
METRO: Megan Sanderwick
U18: Ania Kosowski

ASSISTANT ADMIN: Vanessa Smith

MILESTONE KEEPER: Mel Sanders

GAMES TALLY: Jen Hughes

FIRST AID KITS: Jo Torr

PREMIER LEAGUE LEADERSHIP: Esther Fithall, Lily Brazel, Olivia Colasurdo, Georgia Hopkins

PREMIER LEAGUE COMMITTEE: Georgia Hopkins,  Georgia Cutrale, Martha Lawson

REGISTRATIONS:
Ellen Druce

THURSDAY GROUNDS: Gabby Minett

SOCIAL CREW: Georgia Hopkins, Georgia Cutrale, Carly James, Alicia Duggan, Jess Snaize

PL PHOTOGRAPHER:
Gary James

FACEBOOK UPLOADS:
Carly James

VOTES SCRUTINEER:
Karen Johnstone

COACHING APPOINTMENTS PANEL 2016/2017
Brendan Sheehan – Planning & Performance
Nicole Virtuoso – Women’s Director
Lynda Thomas – Chairperson of Selectors
Lachie Anderson – Head Coach

GAME STATISTICS

For all the game tallies up until the end of 2016, please click on the button below to go to the Premiership and Statistics page.

MASTERS WOMEN

Please contact the Masters Director should you be interested in playing Masters.

MASTERS DIRECTOR
Damien Toussaint
0424 132 715 (c/o Nicole)
masters@footscrayhockey.com.au

TEAMS

Click on the below team to go to the fixtures & ladders of each competition.

Women’s Masters A Grade (Wednesday)
Women’s Masters B Grade (Wednesday)

RESULTS


2016
The main aim was to continue to build on and improve the depth a quality from the 1sts and throughout all our grades. Every year we welcome many new faces and a great number of young members played their first game of senior hockey. We fielded 8 teams. Premier League finished 7th, Reserves finished 5th, Pennant A 4th and bowed out in the Semi Finals, Pennant B 5th, Pennant c 10th, Pennant D 9th, Pennant E 9th and Metro A 10th. We are looking forward to a brighter 2017 year.

WOMEN'S PREVIOUS RESULTS

2015

Premier League finished higher on the ladder this year, from 9th to 6th, a solid performance from the women. Reserves just missed out on finals in 5th after a jump from 7th under new coach Phil Frost. Pennant A finished a solid 4th again, however bowed out of the Semi Final and the only Women’s team in finals this year. Pennant B 5th, Pennant C 6th, Pennant D 7th, Pennant E 5th, Metro A 8th and Metro B 9th.

2014

With a team represented in every level of competition in Melbourne, the women’s section had a year of consolidation all round. The Premier League Team, down 2 key players from the year before held a commendable 9th under new coach Lachie Anderson. The Reserves had a good run home finishing 7th. PA finished just shy of the grand final in 3rds, a much improved year from 2013. Pennant B was also just shy of the grand final.  PC held the grade, Metro 1 North finished 5th, Metro 1 South 9th, Metro 2 North 5th and Metro 3 8th. With the removal of the “South” competitions the women’s section look forward to social grade hockey being played closer to home next season.

2013

Under the new banner of Premier League the, the team again were very competitive finishing 6th. The Reserves also exceeded expectation finishing 8th out of 12 teams, this was the first year in our history that we have had a “Pennant A” equivalent side. PA held the grade and PB were Runners Up Premiers. Metro 1 North finished 1st and were Runners Up Premiers, they secured promotion to Pennant C – thus we will field a team in every Hockey Victoria competition in 2014. Metro 1 South finished 6th, Metro 2 North finished 5th, Metro 2 South finished 2nd and gained promotion to M1. Metro 3 enjoyed a social season finishing 8th.

2012

2012 State League 1 Team did exceptionally well in their first year of the competition finishing 5th. The 2nds, 3rds and 4ths all gained promotion under the new re-structure of the HV competition in 2013. Pennant D were Runners Up and Metro 3 South were Premiers for the 3rd year in a row. Under the new re-structure we will field teams in all 8 divisions of competition except 1. Premier League (old SL1), Reserves (old PA), Pennant A (old PC), Pennant B (old PD), [No FHC team in Pennant c] Metro 1 North, Metro 1 South, Metro 2 North, Metro 2 South, Metro 3 South.  Looking forward to a great year!

2011

What a year, top 4 ladies sides promoted. 6 teams in finals, 7 out of 9 teams in Grand Finals, 3 Premierships. State League 2 promoted to State League 1, backed up by strong Pennant Sides in B, C and D division. Pennant C finished 3rd on the ladder and won the flag! Pennant D finished 1st and won the grand final. Metro 1 North finished 1st on the ladder to gain Minor Premiers. Metro 2 North and Metro 2 South bowed out at the Preliminary Finals after both finishing 4th. Metro 3 North 1st and Premiers. Metro 3 South held the grade in 8th spot after being promoted the year before. Metro 4 teams continued to enjoy social hockey.

2010

4 out of 9 teams in the Grand Final and 4 out of 4 Premiership Flags (Metro 1 North, Metro 3 North, Metro 3 South, Metro 4 North Red – all promoted!) State League 2 girls held the grade finishing 6th and 2 points out of finals. PB unfortunately had another tough year and will consolidate next year in PC. Metro 1 South 6th, Metro 2 South 6th, Metro 4 North Blue 6th. Not a bad year by all accounts. Next year to be surely exciting with a new coaching team and the success of our club’s junior girls (winning HV’s Best Junior Girls Club for the 3rd year in a row). Finally we have secured a Pennant D side in season 2011 – this will help support our push for SL1!

2009

Undoubtedly 2009 was a successful year for the ladies section. After 18 rounds of home and away hockey 5 out of 8 ladies teams are in the top 4 (State League 3, Metro 1 North, Metro 2 North, Metro 3 North and Metre 4 North Blue), the other teams finished 6th Metro 2 South , 6th (Metro 4 North Red) and 8th (Pennant B). SL3 and M4NBue gained automatic promotion finishing 1st as of round 18 and sealed the season winning Premiership Flags, joining them in promotion was M2N winning the Premiership Flag from 2nd spot. Metro 1 North were Runners Up Premiers after finishing 3rd. Metro 2 South held their grade which is a credit to the team in their first year of this grade. Metro 3 bowed out of the preliminary finals. Metro4 Red were unfortunately knocked out of the four in the last round and PB fortunately finished 8th, saving relegation, in their second year in this tough grade.

2008

The ladies section had 3 teams appear in finals. One Grand Final appearance from Metro 3 North who came Runners Up. A disheartening year for the SL2 girls this year, unable to hold the grade although the girls persevered for the entire season. After promotion the year before, PB held the grade. Metro 1 had a solid year, unfortunately unable to go that one step further to Pennant D. M2 bowed out in the Preliminary Finals. M4 Blue bowed out of the Preliminary Finals and M4 Red finished 6th. The ladies section is looking to rebuild again in 2009 and should be an exiting year, with finals appearances and promotions from multiple teams.

2007

Wow what a year, State League 2 held the grade after gainng promotion at the end of season 2006. We had 5 out of 7 teams in finals which is a mammoth effort. Pennant C, 2nd, won the Grand Final. M1, 2nd, bowed out in the Preliminary Finals. M2, 4th bowed out of the Preliminary Finals, M3 1st Runners Up Premiers, M4N Blue Bowed out of the Preliminary Finals. Well done to all members for making it an enjoyable season!

2006

How does the ladies section do it? We always seem to pull in many new members through the extensive advertising and promotion efforts. We had 3 out of 7 teams in finals. SL3 (1st) won the Grand Final to make their way back into State League 2! PC 6th. D1 (2nd) won the Premiership for the 2nd year in a row. D3N finished 2nd in the ladder, gained promotion but unfortunately bowed out of the preliminary finals. D1S 9th. D4NRed 6th, D4NBlue 7th. Well done to all members for making it an enjoyable season!

2005

The summer months of promotion and advertising pulled in many new and interested members and 6 teams were entered into the season. Although the State League Girls had a difficult year they persevered and gave it their all. They will consolidate again in State League 3 this year. Positions as at round 18 – PC 7th, D1 4th (Premiership), D2 1st (Runners Up), D3 5th, D4 5th.

SELECTION POLICY & PROCEDURE

SELECTION CRITERIA & EXPECTATIONS

Please e-mail Nicole nicolevirtuoso@gmail.com for a copy of the full Selection Criteria & Expectations

SELECTION PANEL
The Women’s Selection Panel consists of the coaches of each team and any other person nominated by the Women’s Coaches, i.e Captains, Vice Captains or leadership group may be asked for input.

WHEN WILL TEAMS BE SELECTED?
The selection of teams will be completed on Tuesdays prior to the round or practice match played and e-mailed out to all Women’s members as soon as possible. Whilst the coaches will endeavour to communicate selection decisions prior to the selection e-mail, work and school commitments of coaches and players sometimes makes this task difficult. We urge every player to make contact with the coaches should you have any questions or comments. Selection is always finalised on Thursday night – due to injury, pending fitness tests, attendance policy – changes to selection can happen after teams are e-mailed Wednesday.

CONFIRMED (C) or (N) contact Nicole
All players are asked to check thier e-mails.

If your name has a “C” next to it – means Confirmed to Play.
If your name has a “N” next to it – means contact Nicole via e-mail nicolevirtuoso@gmail.com or sms 0424132715 by Thursday 8pm to confirm you know what team you are in.

After Thursday, Nicole will contact any player with a “N or K” next to their name and let them know what team they are in…HOWEVER Nicole has a life and would like to dedicate her time to more useful things than chase YOU up. Please be diligent in checking where you are playing and respond if you have a “N next to your name.

GOLDEN RULE

UNLESS YOU ARE INFORMED OR E-MAILED OTHERWISE, YOU WILL PLAY IN THE SAME TEAM AS THE WEEK BEFORE. AND UNLESS NICOLE IS NOTIFIED OTHERWISE, SHE WILL EXPECT YOU TO PLAY IN THE SAME TEAM AS THE WEEK BEFORE!

UNAVAILABLE?
Please give NICOLE 0424132715 nicolevirtuoso@gmail.com
AND YOUR COACH as much notice as possible when you are unavailable to play.

Many thanks and have a great season!

SUMMER HOCKEY

Summer Hockey is from October until December.

Please click on the button below for all the 2017 Information

 

SUMMER HOCKEY INFO 2017

There are a variety of options available for Senior players for outdoor J-Ball, Hockey 6’s, Women’s Mixed, Men’s, Masters. Please register your interest with the appropriate administrator or coordinator listed below.

DUE DATE FOR PUTTING YOUR NAME DOWN Friday 8th September

2017 SUMMER REGISTRATON

Played in 2017 already? The 2017 HV Playing Membership will cover players until 31/12/2017.
New or haven’t played in 2017? Members will be required to purchase a 2017 Summer Playing Membership https://memberdesq.onesporttechnology.com/127/reg/subs

MASTERS ELIGIBILITY
A player’s age for the purpose of the any overage competition is determined by their age on 31/12/2016 (the player must be *that age* or older on this date for the respective competition). However 3 players in the team may be “underage players” (turn 34, 33 or 32 in the 2017 year).

SEASON DATES: HOCKEY VICTORIA MENS, MASTERS , WOMENS & FHC MIXED
(10 week competition only – NO FINALS)
Sunday Oct 8 – Dec 17 (Bye Nov 5)
Monday Oct 9 – Dec 18 (Bye Nov 6)
Tuesday Oct 10 – Dec 19 (Bye Nov 7)
Wednesday Oct 11 – Dec 13
Thursday Oct 12 – Dec 14
These competitions will finish prior to Christmas 2017.

SEASON DATES: J-BALL & HOCKEY 6’S
(8 week competition only – NO FINALS)
J-BALL Monday Oct 16th – Dec 11th (Bye Nov 6)
HOCKEY 6’s Wednesday Oct 18th – Dec 13 (Bye Nov 8)
These competitions will finish prior to Christmas 2017.

TEAM MANAGERS
Please let the director or coordinator know if you would be happy to team manage a team.

FEES
HV Men, Women, Masters: $15 per game ($120 if paid by round 3)
FHC Mixed: Senior $10, U18 $5
Hockey 6’s:  Apx $7 per game
J-Ball: Apx $7 per game

J-BALL (Run by HV) Monday Nights @ FHC
Gather your friends to make a team of at least 6. Apx $7 per game.
Register your team before 22nd Sep FREE registration ($125) and FREE first round.
socialhockey.com.au

HOCKEY 6’s (Run by HV) Wednesday Nights @ FHC
Gather your friends to make a team of at least 6. Apx $7 per game.
Register your team
socialhockey.com.au

Women’s Competitive (run by HV) Thursday Nights @ FHC
Suitable for PL, RES, PA, PB, PD
$15 per game, $120 for season if paid by round 3
Register with: Nicole nicolevirtuoso@gmail.com

Mixed Social (run by FHC) Monday Nights @ FHC
$10 per game seniors, $5 per game U18’s
Register with: Karen kazjosh@yahoo.com.au

Women’s Masters 35+ (run by HV) Wednesday Nights @ ESS
$15 per game, $120 for season if paid by round 3
Register with: Anna thompson.anna@mac.com

Men’s Masters 35+ (run by HV) Monday Nights @ ESS
$15 per game, $120 for season if paid by round 3
Register with: Damien toussaint.damien.a@edumail.vic.gov.au

Men’s Masters 50+ (run by HV) Wednesday Nights @ FHC
$15 per game seniors, $120 for season if paid by round 3
Register with: Damien toussaint.damien.a@edumail.vic.gov.au

Men’s
Contact Darryl fhcmensadmin@gmail.com

TEAMS & TRAINING

The Winter Competition is from April until September.

Click on the below team to go to the fixtures & ladders of each competition.

Premier League
Premier League Reserves
Pennant A
Pennant C
Pennant D
Pennant E
Metro B

PRE-SEASON TRAINING  & INFORMATION PACK LADIES 2018
Please e-mail Nicole nicolevirtuoso@gmail.com to be e-mailed a copy

PRACTICE MATCHES – Information in Pre-Season Information Pack

TRAINING TIMES

TUESDAY WOMEN 7.00pm – 8.30pm
F1 Premier League & Reserves (arrive 6.30pm)
F2 Pennant & Metro (arrive 6.45pm)

THURSDAY WOMEN 8.30pm – 9.45pm
F1 Premier League, Reserves (arrive 8.00pm)
F2 Pennant & Metro 8.30pm – 9.30pm (arrive 8.15pm)

 

UMPIRING & CANTEEN

Every member pays a $40 umpiring levy at the start of the season on top of their FHC fees. It’s simple, if you’d like your $40 back, please contact the umpire Coordinator and umpire any senior game to be paid for an umpiring gig. Umpire multiple times and earn some extra money!

UMPIRE COORDINATOR:
Angela Thompson
0413 016 314
cupcakequeen@hotmail.com

CANTEEN

See below!

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