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PO Box 852, Cleveland Qld, 4163 - m: 0459 389 511 - e: [email protected]

JUNE 2017- 2017 Season - 22nd April to 2nd September Whats on in: JUNE 3rd - ROUND 6 4th - Women’s Masters training 4th - Under 18s Turf Training 9th - School Cluster Day #2 10th - ROUND 7 (chocolate drive) 11th - under 18s Turf Training 11th - Under 13s Turf Training 11th - Women’s Master Turf time 14th - Coach meeting #4 14th - Umpire Accreditation #1 15th to 18th - 12 Years Qld Primary School Champs at SHC. 17th - ROUND 8 (Coyotes USA visitors and sponsors day. 18th - Women’s Masters training 18th - Under 18s Turf Training 21st - State of Origin #2 25th - Women’s Masters Training 25th - Senior Turf Training 25th to 27th - U18s State Champs

Thank you J3 BLUE team, you are on roster this Saturday. Please arrive early to help setup and help out in the canteen. See your team manager for details.


REGISTER HERE Juniors Playing in the Seniors also register here.

Round 6.

Well what an exciting game, State of Origin is always an

exciting time of year for footy fans. Well done NSW.


You will have already been notified by email of your umpire

duties but if not sure Click here to check. (if not up please check back). Local Rules for RHA can also be viewed here. NB. you require your own whistle (Fox40 Pea less) and an umpire shirt., these items are available to purchase from the shed; whistles $15 each and umpire shirt $35 each. There is to be an umpire talk on the 14th June watch this space for more details.

Turf training again this Sunday for Under 18s reps, from 8:30am at Easts Tiger Turf, 401 Stanley Road, Carina. f you absolutely cannot make it please contact Paul (boys coach) or Tammy (girls coach)

Job Opportunity - I am still seeking applications for the Redlands Hockey Administrator role, are you interested? If so please email me at [email protected] and a position description will be sent to you. J3 Blue, it is your turn to help out with setting up and in the canteen. Setting up includes putting out rubbish bins, setting up tables, chairs, gazebos, filling ice bags and whatever else is required. Canteen duties include making sandwiches, BBQ, serving and whatever Stacey asks. Please make an effort to assist remember many hands make lighter work. Under 11s Coulter Shield and Southern Cross Carnival and the Under 15s State champs nominations will be opening sometime in June. In the meantime we need Coaches, Managers and Umpires to nominate. Please go to the webpage and scroll down to your relevant age group. Parents be wary, a snake was found last week near the creek. Please advise your children to seek adult help if they stumble across one and remind them not to touch.

Social and Fundraising

Raffle this week Double Pass for the 9th June to Broncos vs Rabbitohs

Chocolate Drive Time to treat your sweet tooth or brush up on your sales skills!

The Cadbury chocolate drive is upon us again. On the 10th of June, each family will be allocated one box of chocolates to sell. Boxes will contain Picnics, Cherry Ripes, Crunchies, Turkish Delights and Twirl bars.

We understand that not everyone may wish to sell chocolates so we are offering the opportunity to donate $25 instead of selling a box. To assist us with ordering and to minimise the number of boxes brought back, please advise Shelley at [email protected] or on 0419 032 636 if you do not wish to receive a box. If no advice is received and confirmed back to you by Sunday, 4 June a box will be ordered for your family and it will be your responsibility to sell it and return the money by the due date. Likewise, if you would love to take more than one box on delivery day please also advise so they can be prepared for you. Don’t forget every box sold earns you a 1 hour credit on your volunteer levy.

Save June 24th for our second fun Car Rally.

Canteen Thank you J3 RED team who helped out in the canteen this week. We had another full day with lots of our members coming and checking out what was on offer!


Team fruit can be ordered through the canteen. Orders must be received via TEXT by THURSDAY COB each week. 0409 872 707. Orders will be confirmed via reply text. Come try our Chicken Twist Ups – nice and healthy and made fresh! (grilled tenderloins, baby spinach, tomato and cheese all topped with either salsa or aioli) or even our yummy Calamari and Chip cups! Both new to the menu this year! This week we will also have Beef and Gravy Rolls, Chicko Rolls and Tacos to tempt your taste buds!!! Don’t worry – we will still have the bacon and egg burgers, chicken and hamburgers on sale throughout the day J






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HOLIDAYS Canteen is open from 8:00am – 2:00pm. See you at the canteen, Stace



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Cluster Day Cluster Day #1 What a fantastic day we had at the first of the Cluster Days. 150 grade 5 and 6 students came together to play hockey. The 6 schools competing on the day were Bayview, Capalaba SS, Cleveland SS, Mt Cotton, Thornlands SS and Ormiston SS. 16 teams played each over throughout the day, in a fun focused carnival, promoting the joy of Hockey, while exposing students to some of the basic rules of hockey. As hosts to this Cluster Day, Redlands Hockey provided a group of great coaches, and wonderful Student Officials as Umpires! Thank you to the following people…without your help the day would not of run so smoothly. Sue Aitken, Anne Swann, Ross Romero and Matt Woosnam. Sue cooked and served up in the canteen, while the others coached the teams….well – sort of….it was a lot of repeat calls “spread out” and “pass out wide”!!!!! Massive thanks to the students from Cleveland State High and Carmel College – Brooke Addison, Hannah and Jessica Frater, Jay Woosnam, Corey and Jai Hale, Kate Swann, Emma and Sam Systa, Kayley and Steve Clements.

Special mention to Brooke who took control of the umpires, going over the rules and allocating umpires to games!

Team Training days are Monday - Blue Teams Tuesday - Green Teams Wednesday - Red Teams Thursday - Gold Teams

Under 7s Player of the Week - Elise Wilton

2010 was our third year of operation. We were still being promised to move to Henry Ziegenfusz Park, so we settled in to Vienna Woods School for another season, maybe 2011. By now we have over 200 members and our make up was an U7 team, 4 x U10s; 4 x U12s and our older juniors increased to 4 teams of U16s. The seniors swelled to 4 women’s teams and 2 men’s teams. There were now 20 coaches and assistant coaches, 15 managers, 25 umpires and 20 umpire mentors. We were becoming renowned within Queensland of running the best umpiring program churning out great umpires for the future. We again established Sub committees and Coordinators in key areas including Coaching, umpiring, junior and seniors. Our aim was always to spread the workload. Every junior team now had a sponsor and we raised $15,000 in cash and kind through the sponsorship program, we also received grants up to $15,000 from Aust Sports Commision, Woolworths and Redlands City Councils to assist in funding coaching, umpiring and first aid courses. We were still actively involved in the AASC program and visited 6 schools to run the program. We ran the best fundraiser ever, a VIP night at Harvey Norman Cleveland where we raised $5,000 to assist in funding our rep teams. We again sent a boys and girls U11 teams to the carnival day, boys and girls U13 teams (girls flew to Atherton, very exciting for a young association), boys and girls U15 teams (boys teamed up with Tweed Border), an U18 girls team, a women’s masters and for the first time a men’s masters team. The Under 11 Boys brought home the trophy from the Coulter Shield Carnival winning Division 2, Women’s Masters brought home the Division 5 Trophy and we had our very first State Player, Sharon Collins represent us in the Qld Over 55s team. It was an exciting year.

Sharon receiving her selection into the O55s Qld team.

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 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 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

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

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 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 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. A dining experience you will be talking about for a long time. With 20 lanes, 29 arcades, and some seriously scrummy food and drinks, AMF Capalaba is the perfect destination for some serious fun! AMF Capalaba have supplied RHA with team awards since 2012. Save time Go online at

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 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 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

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. 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]