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Apr
27
Fri
Kookas Midweek Junior Hockey @ King Lloyd Reserve
Apr 27 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

The Kookas Midweek Junior hockey program provides another option for children to play hockey without clashing with traditional weekend sports activities.

Hockey is a great team sport, and it’s lots of fun and a good way to keep active. Many children have regular weekend activities and are unable to participate in weekend competitions. The Kookas Midweek Junior hockey program is played at 4.30 pm on Fridays at Lloyd Reserve, Newtown. The game is played each week when the school term is in session. Participants can choose to join for 1 term only or can join again for the next term’s program.

We invite boys and girls aged 5 to 12 to join the program. All players are welcome – regardless of whether they have played hockey before or not. Participation in a Hook In 2 Hockey program before joining the Kookas program is optional. The Hook In 2 Hockey program teaches the basic skills of hockey.

Flexible competition

The Kookas program is informal, with no structured competition, no premierships or sheep stations on offer. The rules of hockey apply, but the application of the rules is flexible and may be modified to suit the abilities of the players. This makes it an ideal format for the child who is not yet ready for a full competition format. Teams are selected on the night from those in attendance.

Being active while having fun doing something you like is a great idea. The Kookas Midweek Junior hockey program focuses on having fun with friends while learning the skills and strategies of hockey. Making new friends is just one of the many benefits for children of playing team sports.

The program aims to keep the cost of playing hockey affordable. Club uniform is not required but may be purchased if desired. Hockey sticks are available for loan to participants initially, or you can purchase an equipment package from the Club – $30 for a hockey stick, ball and shinguards. Players should wear mouthguards and shinguards to protect against injury. There is a strong focus on safety and all efforts are made to prevent injury – but just in case – it’s a good idea to be protected.

Fees to play in the program include an annual fee for Hockey Victoria membership, and a Club fee. The Club fee is the amount due for each term’s program. Further details here……

Apr
28
Sat
Saturday Social Hockey @ King Lloyd Reserve
Apr 28 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Saturday Social Hockey Is Back! Hooray!

Do you like playing hockey but just want to play social hockey? Or have you never played hockey but thought you might like to have a go?

If you love playing hockey but don’t really have the time (or the fitness) to commit to training or regular competition, then Saturday Social hockey is just right for you.

Saturday Social hockey is the ideal place for adults, and even children, to begin playing hockey – or to make a comeback after a period of ‘retirement’. It’s a great opportunity to see if you still have the skills of your youth or to learn some new skills in a friendly and very informal environment. And if you need a rest – feel free to take a breather. Or if you can’t come every week – that’s not a problem. Come whenever you can.

Saturday Social hockey

Saturday Social hockey – fun for all ages

 

 

With players generally ranging in age from 6 to 65+, and a very flexible format, it’s a great way for families to play together, and a great way to meet new friends.

Afternoon tea is provided, so the catchup after the game adds another level of enjoyment to the day.

Fees are very reasonable, and there’s no need to buy uniform. We can even loan you a hockey stick if you don’t have one of your own.

Many of our Saturday Social hockey players have discovered that they actually do have the skills and the desire to play hockey, and have rejoined the Club’s regular teams in the Hockey Geelong competitions.

 

 

May
1
Tue
Come and Try Hockey @ Lloyd Reserve
May 1 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Hockey Is A Great Sport For The Whole Family

Come and Try Hockey. It’s a game which provides great exercise and keeps players active. Participation helps to develop hand-eye coordination, agility and balance, while promoting stamina and endurance. But the main focus is on having fun with friends and learning new skills.

Team sport promotes confidence for participants and the development of fair play and respect for all players and officials.

If you haven’t played hockey before, how do you know if you will like it?

Boys and girls aged 5 to 12 are invited to join our Come and Try Hockey program and see what fun it is. It’s a great way to find out about hockey, and there is no commitment to continue – unless you really enjoy it.

The program is aimed at beginners, and we are happy to teach you some skills and show you what it’s all about.

Hockey is:

  • Having fun
  • Open to everyone
  • Co-operating with your team mates
  • Knowing the skills
  • Exciting and energetic
  • Young and old players

Costs and equipment

The Come and Try Hockey program is free, and we have equipment available for loan during the sessions.

Our Come and Try Hockey program allows children to see if this is a sport they might like to continue playing, without any expensive initial outlay.  Come to one session or come to all the sessions, and there are no charges unless you decide to join a team.

If you would like to continue playing hockey, we can offer you a range of ways to participate – in both summer and winter seasons.

 If you would like to join a team, we have junior equipment packs available for sale at a very reasonable cost.

Australian Hockey Stars

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Australia has a fantastic record in international hockey, with the national teams, the Kookaburras and the Hockeyroos  currently ranked 2nd and 4th in the world.

 

 

come and try hockey

Many of the Australian players began playing hockey in the younger age groups which the Come and Try Hockey program works with. It’s never too late to begin playing hockey, and almost never too early. We can provide the opportunity for children to begin learning about hockey as young as 3.

Enquiries: Claire Barnes, ph 0417 015130

 

 

 

May
4
Fri
Kookas Midweek Junior Hockey @ King Lloyd Reserve
May 4 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

The Kookas Midweek Junior hockey program provides another option for children to play hockey without clashing with traditional weekend sports activities.

Hockey is a great team sport, and it’s lots of fun and a good way to keep active. Many children have regular weekend activities and are unable to participate in weekend competitions. The Kookas Midweek Junior hockey program is played at 4.30 pm on Fridays at Lloyd Reserve, Newtown. The game is played each week when the school term is in session. Participants can choose to join for 1 term only or can join again for the next term’s program.

We invite boys and girls aged 5 to 12 to join the program. All players are welcome – regardless of whether they have played hockey before or not. Participation in a Hook In 2 Hockey program before joining the Kookas program is optional. The Hook In 2 Hockey program teaches the basic skills of hockey.

Flexible competition

The Kookas program is informal, with no structured competition, no premierships or sheep stations on offer. The rules of hockey apply, but the application of the rules is flexible and may be modified to suit the abilities of the players. This makes it an ideal format for the child who is not yet ready for a full competition format. Teams are selected on the night from those in attendance.

Being active while having fun doing something you like is a great idea. The Kookas Midweek Junior hockey program focuses on having fun with friends while learning the skills and strategies of hockey. Making new friends is just one of the many benefits for children of playing team sports.

The program aims to keep the cost of playing hockey affordable. Club uniform is not required but may be purchased if desired. Hockey sticks are available for loan to participants initially, or you can purchase an equipment package from the Club – $30 for a hockey stick, ball and shinguards. Players should wear mouthguards and shinguards to protect against injury. There is a strong focus on safety and all efforts are made to prevent injury – but just in case – it’s a good idea to be protected.

Fees to play in the program include an annual fee for Hockey Victoria membership, and a Club fee. The Club fee is the amount due for each term’s program. Further details here……

May
5
Sat
Saturday Social Hockey @ King Lloyd Reserve
May 5 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Saturday Social Hockey Is Back! Hooray!

Do you like playing hockey but just want to play social hockey? Or have you never played hockey but thought you might like to have a go?

If you love playing hockey but don’t really have the time (or the fitness) to commit to training or regular competition, then Saturday Social hockey is just right for you.

Saturday Social hockey is the ideal place for adults, and even children, to begin playing hockey – or to make a comeback after a period of ‘retirement’. It’s a great opportunity to see if you still have the skills of your youth or to learn some new skills in a friendly and very informal environment. And if you need a rest – feel free to take a breather. Or if you can’t come every week – that’s not a problem. Come whenever you can.

Saturday Social hockey

Saturday Social hockey – fun for all ages

 

 

With players generally ranging in age from 6 to 65+, and a very flexible format, it’s a great way for families to play together, and a great way to meet new friends.

Afternoon tea is provided, so the catchup after the game adds another level of enjoyment to the day.

Fees are very reasonable, and there’s no need to buy uniform. We can even loan you a hockey stick if you don’t have one of your own.

Many of our Saturday Social hockey players have discovered that they actually do have the skills and the desire to play hockey, and have rejoined the Club’s regular teams in the Hockey Geelong competitions.

 

 

May
8
Tue
Come and Try Hockey @ Lloyd Reserve
May 8 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Hockey Is A Great Sport For The Whole Family

Come and Try Hockey. It’s a game which provides great exercise and keeps players active. Participation helps to develop hand-eye coordination, agility and balance, while promoting stamina and endurance. But the main focus is on having fun with friends and learning new skills.

Team sport promotes confidence for participants and the development of fair play and respect for all players and officials.

If you haven’t played hockey before, how do you know if you will like it?

Boys and girls aged 5 to 12 are invited to join our Come and Try Hockey program and see what fun it is. It’s a great way to find out about hockey, and there is no commitment to continue – unless you really enjoy it.

The program is aimed at beginners, and we are happy to teach you some skills and show you what it’s all about.

Hockey is:

  • Having fun
  • Open to everyone
  • Co-operating with your team mates
  • Knowing the skills
  • Exciting and energetic
  • Young and old players

Costs and equipment

The Come and Try Hockey program is free, and we have equipment available for loan during the sessions.

Our Come and Try Hockey program allows children to see if this is a sport they might like to continue playing, without any expensive initial outlay.  Come to one session or come to all the sessions, and there are no charges unless you decide to join a team.

If you would like to continue playing hockey, we can offer you a range of ways to participate – in both summer and winter seasons.

 If you would like to join a team, we have junior equipment packs available for sale at a very reasonable cost.

Australian Hockey Stars

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Australia has a fantastic record in international hockey, with the national teams, the Kookaburras and the Hockeyroos  currently ranked 2nd and 4th in the world.

 

 

come and try hockey

Many of the Australian players began playing hockey in the younger age groups which the Come and Try Hockey program works with. It’s never too late to begin playing hockey, and almost never too early. We can provide the opportunity for children to begin learning about hockey as young as 3.

Enquiries: Claire Barnes, ph 0417 015130

 

 

 

May
11
Fri
Kookas Midweek Junior Hockey @ King Lloyd Reserve
May 11 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

The Kookas Midweek Junior hockey program provides another option for children to play hockey without clashing with traditional weekend sports activities.

Hockey is a great team sport, and it’s lots of fun and a good way to keep active. Many children have regular weekend activities and are unable to participate in weekend competitions. The Kookas Midweek Junior hockey program is played at 4.30 pm on Fridays at Lloyd Reserve, Newtown. The game is played each week when the school term is in session. Participants can choose to join for 1 term only or can join again for the next term’s program.

We invite boys and girls aged 5 to 12 to join the program. All players are welcome – regardless of whether they have played hockey before or not. Participation in a Hook In 2 Hockey program before joining the Kookas program is optional. The Hook In 2 Hockey program teaches the basic skills of hockey.

Flexible competition

The Kookas program is informal, with no structured competition, no premierships or sheep stations on offer. The rules of hockey apply, but the application of the rules is flexible and may be modified to suit the abilities of the players. This makes it an ideal format for the child who is not yet ready for a full competition format. Teams are selected on the night from those in attendance.

Being active while having fun doing something you like is a great idea. The Kookas Midweek Junior hockey program focuses on having fun with friends while learning the skills and strategies of hockey. Making new friends is just one of the many benefits for children of playing team sports.

The program aims to keep the cost of playing hockey affordable. Club uniform is not required but may be purchased if desired. Hockey sticks are available for loan to participants initially, or you can purchase an equipment package from the Club – $30 for a hockey stick, ball and shinguards. Players should wear mouthguards and shinguards to protect against injury. There is a strong focus on safety and all efforts are made to prevent injury – but just in case – it’s a good idea to be protected.

Fees to play in the program include an annual fee for Hockey Victoria membership, and a Club fee. The Club fee is the amount due for each term’s program. Further details here……

May
12
Sat
Saturday Social Hockey @ King Lloyd Reserve
May 12 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Saturday Social Hockey Is Back! Hooray!

Do you like playing hockey but just want to play social hockey? Or have you never played hockey but thought you might like to have a go?

If you love playing hockey but don’t really have the time (or the fitness) to commit to training or regular competition, then Saturday Social hockey is just right for you.

Saturday Social hockey is the ideal place for adults, and even children, to begin playing hockey – or to make a comeback after a period of ‘retirement’. It’s a great opportunity to see if you still have the skills of your youth or to learn some new skills in a friendly and very informal environment. And if you need a rest – feel free to take a breather. Or if you can’t come every week – that’s not a problem. Come whenever you can.

Saturday Social hockey

Saturday Social hockey – fun for all ages

 

 

With players generally ranging in age from 6 to 65+, and a very flexible format, it’s a great way for families to play together, and a great way to meet new friends.

Afternoon tea is provided, so the catchup after the game adds another level of enjoyment to the day.

Fees are very reasonable, and there’s no need to buy uniform. We can even loan you a hockey stick if you don’t have one of your own.

Many of our Saturday Social hockey players have discovered that they actually do have the skills and the desire to play hockey, and have rejoined the Club’s regular teams in the Hockey Geelong competitions.

 

 

May
15
Tue
Come and Try Hockey @ Lloyd Reserve
May 15 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Hockey Is A Great Sport For The Whole Family

Come and Try Hockey. It’s a game which provides great exercise and keeps players active. Participation helps to develop hand-eye coordination, agility and balance, while promoting stamina and endurance. But the main focus is on having fun with friends and learning new skills.

Team sport promotes confidence for participants and the development of fair play and respect for all players and officials.

If you haven’t played hockey before, how do you know if you will like it?

Boys and girls aged 5 to 12 are invited to join our Come and Try Hockey program and see what fun it is. It’s a great way to find out about hockey, and there is no commitment to continue – unless you really enjoy it.

The program is aimed at beginners, and we are happy to teach you some skills and show you what it’s all about.

Hockey is:

  • Having fun
  • Open to everyone
  • Co-operating with your team mates
  • Knowing the skills
  • Exciting and energetic
  • Young and old players

Costs and equipment

The Come and Try Hockey program is free, and we have equipment available for loan during the sessions.

Our Come and Try Hockey program allows children to see if this is a sport they might like to continue playing, without any expensive initial outlay.  Come to one session or come to all the sessions, and there are no charges unless you decide to join a team.

If you would like to continue playing hockey, we can offer you a range of ways to participate – in both summer and winter seasons.

 If you would like to join a team, we have junior equipment packs available for sale at a very reasonable cost.

Australian Hockey Stars

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Australia has a fantastic record in international hockey, with the national teams, the Kookaburras and the Hockeyroos  currently ranked 2nd and 4th in the world.

 

 

come and try hockey

Many of the Australian players began playing hockey in the younger age groups which the Come and Try Hockey program works with. It’s never too late to begin playing hockey, and almost never too early. We can provide the opportunity for children to begin learning about hockey as young as 3.

Enquiries: Claire Barnes, ph 0417 015130

 

 

 

May
18
Fri
Kookas Midweek Junior Hockey @ King Lloyd Reserve
May 18 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

The Kookas Midweek Junior hockey program provides another option for children to play hockey without clashing with traditional weekend sports activities.

Hockey is a great team sport, and it’s lots of fun and a good way to keep active. Many children have regular weekend activities and are unable to participate in weekend competitions. The Kookas Midweek Junior hockey program is played at 4.30 pm on Fridays at Lloyd Reserve, Newtown. The game is played each week when the school term is in session. Participants can choose to join for 1 term only or can join again for the next term’s program.

We invite boys and girls aged 5 to 12 to join the program. All players are welcome – regardless of whether they have played hockey before or not. Participation in a Hook In 2 Hockey program before joining the Kookas program is optional. The Hook In 2 Hockey program teaches the basic skills of hockey.

Flexible competition

The Kookas program is informal, with no structured competition, no premierships or sheep stations on offer. The rules of hockey apply, but the application of the rules is flexible and may be modified to suit the abilities of the players. This makes it an ideal format for the child who is not yet ready for a full competition format. Teams are selected on the night from those in attendance.

Being active while having fun doing something you like is a great idea. The Kookas Midweek Junior hockey program focuses on having fun with friends while learning the skills and strategies of hockey. Making new friends is just one of the many benefits for children of playing team sports.

The program aims to keep the cost of playing hockey affordable. Club uniform is not required but may be purchased if desired. Hockey sticks are available for loan to participants initially, or you can purchase an equipment package from the Club – $30 for a hockey stick, ball and shinguards. Players should wear mouthguards and shinguards to protect against injury. There is a strong focus on safety and all efforts are made to prevent injury – but just in case – it’s a good idea to be protected.

Fees to play in the program include an annual fee for Hockey Victoria membership, and a Club fee. The Club fee is the amount due for each term’s program. Further details here……

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