Sorry about the inconvenience but there will NO Training from 5pm to 6pm for Maitland Juniors this Thursday due to unforseen circumstances.
Where: Maitland Park, Maitland NSW
When: Sunday 13th August, 2017
Time: Start 8:00am finish by 4:00pm
U10 (under 10 as of January 1st, 2017), Half field, 7 a side. No Goalkeepers.All games on Grass. Finish by about 12.30pm
U13 (under 13 as of January 1st, 2017), Maximum of 8 teams. Mixed teams. Full field, 11 a side. Fully equipped keeper. All games On Grass.
U16 (under 16 as of January 1st, 2017), Maximum of 8 teams. Mixed Teams, Full field, 11 a side. Fully equipped
If you are interested in taking part please write your name on the registration sheet at the Turf at your next Game or email Ros at firstname.lastname@example.org
The next hockey meeting will be Thursday the 20th of July at Maitland Park Bowling club.
There will be NO meeting Thursday the 13th of July.
Please ensure there is a representative from each club at the meeting.
Just a reminder there is no Junior U13 and U18 training for the next 2 Thursday. On again 13th July. Second Thursday in the school Holidays. U12s don’t forget to apply for the School Holidays Development Program on the 4th July at Maitland. Book in through HockeyNSW website.
Join Kate Jenner our Regional Coaching Coordinator for a Level 1 Coaching Course on Monday 26 June at Maitland Park Bowling Club 6 – 8pm.
What is involved in becoming a Level 1 Coach?
The Level 1 Coach training program is designed to train coaches in the fundamental concepts of coaching, including group management and organisation, developing effective training sessions, performing the role of match-day coach, and ensuring the safety and enjoyment of players.
Who should become a Level 1 Coach?
The program is directed towards teachers, parents, players and coaches who are involved in coaching modified versions of the game or beginner level club hockey.
The Level 1 Coach training program can be accessed as an educational resource for currently accredited individuals, as well as being a training requirement for those wishing to obtain their Level 1 Coach accreditation.
How to get the qualification
There is no pre-requisite qualification needed to undertake the Level 1 Coach training program.
- View Competencies – To gain a Level 1 Coach accreditation you must be able to demonstrate the required competencies.
- http://hockeyed.hockey.org.au – To register for an account on our learning platform HockeyEd.
- Start Level 1 Coach – This requires a HockeyEd account. There is a registration fee of $50 to complete the Level 1 Coach program – Maitland Hockey will be covering the cost for anyone from Maitland attending. The Level 1 Coach program is in three parts:
Community Coaching General Principles online course developed by the Australia Sports Commission (ASC). This takes between two and five hours to complete.
A practical evaluation of one training session and one match as a coach.
A one-day practical course, conducted by your state or territory hockey association.
You can complete all the steps in your own time after you have registered and sat the practical course at the Maitland Park Bowling Club.
Contact Ros.S@me.com to RSVP
As we are Sugar Plum Fairies and melt in the rain, we will not be having training tonight. Come to the Maitland Hockey Meeting at Maitland Park Bowling Club at 7.sopm instead. All welcome! See you there!
Under 13s games tonight 6pm are still on. The fields have drained and we are all looking forward to some great hockey.
Congratulations to Green Machine who are on top of the leader board after round 9. Find out where your team is positioned – Point score to round 9
Interested in where your team is sitting on the point score? Pointscore 29-04-2017
The Hunter Hockey Association is calling for nominations for players, coaches and managers to take part at the HNSW Masters Women’s Field State Championships – 28th – 30th July in Grafton.
Find out how to register here – HHA Maitland Masters Info 2017