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What’s on in: September 17-20th - U15 Girls State Championships 29th - 2nd Queensland Festival of Hockey October 5th -SEB Indoor competition Commences Easts Outdoor Summer Competition Commences 22nd - Nominations for RHA Board Positions close November 5th - RHA AGM 25th - RHA 10 Year Anniversary Gala Event
To all our members, thank you for making 2017, another great year for Redlands Hockey. There have been contributions from many people in many different ways to make our 10th anniversary year successful. The senior committee and the junior presentation committees are to be congratulated on their organisation and hosting of the presentations. Each were well attended and an enjoyable time was had by all. A special thanks to the fund-raising committee for organizing the great activities for Grand Final day and setting the celebration mode for not only grand-final day, but also for the junior presentation day. Bubble soccer was a huge hit for all ages. Congratulations to all premiership winners for your team’s success, along with those fortunate individuals who received their special awards. The list of winners is included in
this newsletter It’s wonderful to hear so many people are playing some form of indoor or summer hockey. Enjoy!R HA wish our U15 girls team travelling to their state tournament in Ipswich this weekend
the best of luck. Maybe you might like to drop out and see them in action. There will be a shed stock take and clean out on Saturday 14th October at 9:00am in the
A Gala Event to commemorate Redlands Hockey Associations 10th Anniversary will be held on November 25th Further information and Tickets will be available soon.
morning. All help is greatly appreciated and the more people to help will make the task quicker. The AGM is on Sunday 5th November at the CTCC clubhouse from 3:00pm. An agenda will be sent out closer to the date and there is a nomination attached for anyone wishing to nominate for a Board position. All positions on the RHA Board for 2018 become vacant at the AGM. Some 2017 Board
Job Opportunity . The board is currently seeking applications for the Redlands Hockey Administrator role, are you interested? If so please email [email protected]
and a position description will be sent to you.
members may be stepping down and the success of any association like RHA depends on the volunteers stepping in to help. If you are thinking about how you can help, it might not be a board position that interests you, but it might one of the numerous
sub-committees needed to keep the association functioning efficiently. If you are considering nominating for a Board or sub-committee position and want to know more about what is required, please give me a call on 0400770661. We urge you to seriously consider taking on one of these important roles. Click here for a nomination form . Andrew Tyson (President 2017).
Grand Final Winners Congratulations to all the players, coaches, managers, umpires, ball kids, tech officials and supporters for making it a wonderful day. J3 Green Gumballs
J2 Green Machine
J1 Blue Thunder
Senior Women Blueberry Tarts
Senior Men Red Hot Scorpions
Award Winners Junior Goalie of the Year: EJ Turk; Senior goalie of the Year: Brian Johnston Most Promising Players: Cooper Middleton, Zoe Carter Manager of the Year: Lauren Dwight , U7 Rookies Coach of the Year: Kim Curnow, J3 Green Gumballs Junior Sportsperson of the Year : Brooke Addison and Kate Swan Woosnam Association Spirit Award: Jeff Thomas Encouragement Umpire Award: Dylan Papsian Junior Umpire of the Year: NicolasThomas; Senior Umpire of the Year - Brooke Addison Tech Official of the Year: Kim Curnow Special Rep Awards: U13 Girls – Div 1 Finals Umpire – Brooke Addision; Player of the Division – Zoe Carter Game On Blue Tornadoes: MVP -Levi White; Most Improved - Hayley Burchard
Junior Sportsperson of the Year Brooke Addison and Kate Swann
Game On Gold: Sporting Spirit -Amy Evans; Coaches Award - Jayden Baumber Game On Red Dragons: Team Spirit -Melinda Watson; Most Improved -Rourke Bromwich Game on Green: Team Spirit - Cooper Spry; Coaches Award - Alex McGill J3 Minor Premiers & Premiers: Green Gumballs J3 Blue Typhoons: MVP - Illian Nqvist; Coaches Award - Chloe Snell J3 Gold Jaguars: Players Player - Sarah Swann; Coaches Award - Olivia Woodall J3 Red Dragons: Most Improved -Seth Cobos; Coaches Award -Luke Evans J3 Green Gumballs: Most Improved -Ebony-Blu Natt; Junior Umpire of the Year Nicolas Thomas
Best Attacker - Max Curnow
J2 Minor Premiers and Premiers: J2 Green Machine J2 Red: MVP - Abigail Doyle; Most Improved -Ben Hooper J2 Blue Tsunami: Best All Round Defender: Thomas Beardmore; Most Consistent / Reliable - Lara Zambelli J2 Gold Tigers: Players Player - Molly Flately; Most Improved - Ellie-Rose Turner J2 Green Machine: Most Improved - Jessica Frater; Best Defender - Jerome Saleh
Junior Goalkeeper of the Year EJ Turk
Award Winners J1 Minor Premiers and Premiers: J1 Blue Thunder J1 Gold Lions: Most Valuable -Joel Elmy; Team Spirit - Lauren Mills J1 Green Pythons : MVP - Chloe Wilson; Most Consistent - Zali Cater J1 Red Where’s Wally: Player’s Player - Bronte Whitlock; Coaches Award - Emma Systa J1 Blue Thunder: Player’s Player - Kate Swann; Coaches Award - Jay Woosnam
Senior men: Minor Pemiers - Blue Lightning Premiers - Red Hot Scorpions Green Machine: Most Improved -Hunter Whitlock; MVP - Sam Systa Red Hot Scorpions: Most Improved - Nickolas Brennan; MVP - Jackson Freeman Gold: Most Improved - Henry Carroll; MVP - Graham Symes Blue Lightning: Most Improved -Jonathon Viegas ; MVP - Josiah Wilson Mens Vets: MDP (Most Distinguished Player) - Paul Scibberas
Coach of the Year Kim Curnow
Senior Women: Minor Premiers - Purple Rain Premiers - Blueberry Tarts Blue Jays: Most Improved - Skye Klowse; MVP - Lauren Cuerden Blueberry Tarts: Most Improved - Kayley Clements; MVP - Mary West Fluffy Ducks: Most Improved - Kylie Kratzmann: MVP - Michelle Cornish 50 Shades of Green: Most Improved - Larnie Watts; MVP - Tammy Drews Red Hot Chilli Babes: Most Improved - Nicola Sheather; MVP - Shelley Parkin Purple Rain: Most Improved - Raima Belch; MVP - Bronte Whitlock Pink Panthers: Most Improved - Jessica Brazao; MVP - Zali Carter Woosnam Association Spirit Award Jeff Thomas
10 Year Foundation Members 2007 - 2017
Manager of the Year Lauren Dwight U7 Rookies
Canteen WOW – what an end to a fabulous season! Congratulations to all players who gave their all throughout the day – especially the winners!!! Thank you to the Canteen helpers on the day. We had a great group of volunteers for the last day of the season I really appreciated all your help…whether you were stocktaking, cleaning, serving or driving off to do more shopping to cover the foods running out!!! It was obvious that the saying is true – “many hands make light work” Thank you to all the customers that came to the gazebo throughout the day. It turned out to be our highest takings for the season!!!! Thank you to our 2017 Board – not only were you all fabulous customers, your ongoing support is valued. A very special THANK YOU to two very special helpers - SUE & JEFF. Without your continued support week after week, the canteen wouldn’t have run so smoothly! Stace
2017 SPONSORS Active8 Sports Solutions has been a proud sponsor of Redlands Hockey since 2010. They offer in-kind Sports administration services , Sponsorship and Grant Writing Support. If you would like more Information email Melanie Woosnam at [email protected]
Sponsoring RHA’s Umpiring program since 2009. Sci-Blue Integrated Systems is a specialist at integration company to meet the Commercial, government and health sector’s demand for high end integrated electronic solutions. The company has the ability to provide state of the art unique systems based on inclusive customer consultation. Paul and Michael Sciberras are the proud owners. Their webpage is www.sciblue.com.au Mercer PR has been a sponsor of RHA since 2016 and is trusted by some of Australia’s most respected companies, organisations and industry groups to manage their public messages, achieve real outcomes and develop proactive media strategies. They assist their clients to minimise adverse publicity and are called upon to deal with issues and crises when company, executive or personal reputations are at risk. From their base in Brisbane and suboffices across Australia, they deal with clients and media nationally and internationally. For more information go to www.mercerpr.com. Quality Process Services has been another long serving sponsor to RHA (2010) and have been a great support building sets of Goals. Contact Quality Process Services for fabrication, installation and maintenance to process piping systems at www.qpspl.com.au.
A new sponsor to RHA in 2016 Residue Solutions Pty Ltd is an advanced environmental technology company that focuses on maximising the value from resources by minimising environmental impact. They provide advanced residue and process management solutions that protect human life, safeguard our fragile environment and reduce operational business risk for their clients . If you would like more information go to www.residuesolutions.biz
A SPORTFIRST store will always be first with friendly service, relevant ranges and competitive prices, so be first in! Each SPORTFIRST store is locally owned and operated, carrying the top brands and equipment that RHA requires. Paul and Mandy are the official sports retailer of Redlands Hockey since 2009 and offer all RHA members a 10% discount. See their webpage www.sportsfirst.com.au. Robins Accountants have been offering accounting and bookkeeping services to RHA members since 2014. With many years of experience among their team, their clients can be assured that they are in very safe and knowledgeable hands when it comes to their business's financial needs. Go to www.robinsaccountants.com.au if you need an accountant., “it is just what you do”. Best Hot Stone Restaurant in the Redlands, located at 381 Main Road, Wellington Point they have provided Player of the Match vouchers to senior teams since 2012. www.stonesrestaurants.com.au. A dining experience you will be talking about for a long time.
2017 SPONSORS Sponsoring since 2009, they are an integral member of RHA. Bendigo Bank is a bank that works for the community and has supported RHA with funding and volunteer assistance on many occasions. Go to www.bendigobank.com.au to find how they can help you.
Hogs Breath Victoria Point have been on board since 2013 and another support or the weekly awards by providing certificates. They provide quality food and beverage services in an informal, comfortable environment with an overriding friendly, party atmosphere. For more information go to www.hogsbreath.com.au. Note their new Logo.
Snap Fitness is our brand new sponsor to RHA find out more by talking to Catherine McGill currently managing the Green Game On Team or go to their webpage www.shanpfitness.com.au
IGA Marketplace Cleveland is a full line supermarket offering a huge grocery range and fresh produce department, gourmet deli with fresh meal options and onsite butcher. So drop in when it suits you best and discover why Bayside locals love their award winning store. www.iga.com.au Another great supporter to RHA since 2010 and they offer a reward program that is beneficial to you and Redlands Hockey. Read more below.
If you know of anyone who would like to sponsor Redlands Hockey Association please email [email protected]
or read Redlands Hockey sponsorship proposal here.
Reward Programs and Sponsors IGA Marketplace Cleveland has been an ongoing sponsor of Redlands Hockey for many years. They offer an IGA rewards card and Redlands Hockey is a beneficiary. Pick up a myIGA Card next time you are in the store and when you register it on line, tick Redlands Hockey as your community group you wish to support and for your points to accrue to. Every time you shop in the store and use your card, not only do you receive great discounts, you are also helping to raise funds for us. It's as easy as that! If you already have a card, you can go online and change your community group preference if you are currently supporting another group. Get behind this great program and we can all benefit! Redlands Hockey News is a periodical communication to all members to keep you up to date with everything that is going on across the association. If you have an item for our Weekly Update, please email - [email protected]