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JULY 2017- 2017 Season - 22nd April to 2nd September Whats on in: JULY 8th - ROUND 9 9th - Women’s Masters Training 9th - U11 Selection Trials 12th - U11 Selection Trials 12th - State of Origin 15th - ROUND 10 16th - Women’s Masters Training 16th - U11 Training 21st—23rd Women’s Masters State Championships 22nd - ROUND 11 23rd - U15 Selection Trials 23rd - U11 Training 29th - ROUND 12 30th - U15 Coulter Shield Carnival 30th - U11 Training August 5th - ROUND 13 5th - Trivia Night 6th - U11 Coulter Shield
Thank you J2 RED 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.
2017 ASSOCIATION ONLINE
Round 9. UMPIRES -
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.
Representative Hockey It has been a busy time on the representative front with The U18 Boys participating in the State Championships at Toowoomba, and the U18 Girls Tweed Heads for their State championships. Congratulations to Tammy and the U18 girls for reaching the Division 3 Final. A special well done to Hannah Callum (Bne) for being the Division 3 Best Player and to Elisha McMahon (Townsville) for making the Qld Squad. The U13s have also been away with the girls in Maryborough and the boys in Gladstone. Congratulations to the U13 girls who went through the tournament undefeated and finished 2nd after a hard fought draw against Tweed. Congratulations to Zoe Carter for Division 3 Player of the Tournament. Not only has RHA been well represented by the respective teams but also in the umpiring arena. Congratulations to Brooke Addison on being selected to umpire the U13 Girls Division 1 final, Damien Lee (Mt Isa) for the U18 men's Division 3 final and Nic Thomas being awarded is Community Advanced Umpiring. Nominations are currently open for the U15 girls and boys teams. Nomination information can be accessed here and close on the 21st of July . Nominations for the U11s have now closed. Selection trials will commence on Sunday the 9th of July.
Women’s Masters Training will continue this Sunday with Team 1 training at Easts Turf from 8 - 9am and Team 2 Training at HZP from 7:15 am. Please let Melanie (Team 1) or Sharon (Team 2) know if you will be unable to attend training.
REGISTRATION PORTAL DETAILS
Redlands Hockey Association
J2 RED, 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 REGISTER HERE include making sandwiches, BBQ, serving and whatever Stacey asks. Juniors Playing in the Seniors also Please make an effort to assist remember many hands make lighter work.
Social and Fundraising The 2nd Redlands Hockey Association Car Rally was held, in conjunction with a cake stall, on Saturday the 24th June. 6 Teams undertook the challenge of solving tricky riddles to navigate their way around the Redlands, venturing from HZP to the Victoria point Jetty and Cleveland point with many stops along the way. A fun day was had by all. A big thanks to the fundraising team who put in many hours to make this event happen.
From the Treasurer Umpire Payments Any umpires who have not yet collected payments for the first half of the season are invited to see me at the fields on Saturday and collect their payments. If you would prefer to have any umpire payments offset against any outstanding fees please let me know and I can arrange to have this done.
Outstanding Fees Just a reminder that all fees for the 2017 season were due by the midseason break. Accordingly if you have any outstanding fees, unless you have already discussed alternative payment arrangements with me, can you please arrange to settle any outstanding amounts ASAP by transfer to Redlands Hockey Bank account or by EFTPOS to me this Saturday at the fields. If you are unsure if you have any amounts owing please contact Brian ([email protected]
/ 0408 861 712) or see me at the fields on Saturday. Redlands Hockey Bank Details BSB
Thanks Brian Johnston
The Winners 1st Place - The Carter Family 2nd Place - The Kratzman Family Best Dressed - The Alexander Family
Social and Fundraising
Raffle this week 2 x $20 IGA Vouchers
Chocolate Drive Thanks to everyone who has supported RHA by selling chocolates or making a donation. Proceeds from the sales are due back on Saturday the 15th of July. Funds can be handed to the fundraising tent between 8 - 3. If you are having any trouble selling your boxes please let the fundraising team know and conversely, if you would like more chocolates to sell, please let us know. The fundraising team can be contacted on [email protected]
Save August 5th for our annual Trivia Night.
Team Reports Round 8 No report this week due to wet weather.
If you would like to see your team featured here please email a match report to [email protected]
Are you aware that the scores go into the paper each week?
Team Training days are Monday - Blue Teams Tuesday - Green Teams Wednesday - Red Teams Thursday - Gold Teams
Representative Hockey U13 Boys
RHA DUTY and CANTEEN VOLUNTEER
YEAR ROSTER ROUND #
Redlands fielded a single team of Redlands Hockey Association (8) and Brisbane Hockey Association (7) players in this years’ competition. This team was a very young team with most of the players being from U11’s and a lot them having never played in a State Competition before.
Gladstone U15 Girls
Fraser Coast 2
Overall positioning in the Division 2 competition was seventh (7th) place out of twelve (12).
The competition was a fun filled experience for all the boys and it was great to see them come together as a team and enjoy the spirit of hockey.
Redlands also sent an Umpire – Nick Thomas, Nick was very diligent in his umpiring duties and received some encouraging feedback to assist him in his development as an Umpire. The association would also like to acknowledge Kim Curnow (Coach), Terry Middleton (Ass. Coach and Bus Driver) and David Cullen (Manager) for taking care of the kids and volunteering their time to the team and the association. A special mention to Stacey Cabot for helping cook some meals for everyone and being a major source of information and expertise on State Championships.
Representative Hockey - U13 Girls
The U13 girls state championships was at Maryborough this year and we had a fabulous time, from the bus trip up with our flam ingo and parrot mascots Pete, Phil, Philipa and Philipina (the girls named them, not me!) to the bus trip home with an education into the wonders of 80’s music! Our first game was against Warwick which we won 2-0, our second game against Ipswich 2 was also a 2-0 win. The girls were pumped up after their first day success and went back into Day 2 against Gold Coast 2 with another 2-0 win! Game 4 was a tough match against Sunshine Coast 2 but with some strong defence we held them off to a 0-0 draw. Day 3 was a day on the turf and the girls played exceptionally well with a 0-0 draw against Cairns 3 and then another 2-0 win against Fraser Coast 2. We then went for a drive to Hervey Bay and a lovely walk out on the jetty while the sun was going down. The girls enjoyed the shark show – some boys hooked a 2m tiger shark that they had to drag in along the jetty to the beach to unhook – and then we had our team dinner with some of our parent supporters at a lovely pizza restaurant. Our last game was against Tweed Border 2 and we had to win this game to take out the division. Both our attack and defence were on fire and the girls gave it their everything but unfortunately although we kept their attack out of our goal box, we couldn’t get points on the board either , resulting in a 0-0 draw and Tweed winning the division by two points. We also had success with our umpire Brooke Addison being chosen to umpire the Division One final – we are so proud of you Brooke. Your umpiring skills were several steps above anyone else at the championships and you were an absolute credit to RHA. Thanks also to Portia who came along last minute to help as a Tech Official, they were lucky to have you and so were we – you were such a great help. I hope the girls are proud of their amazing efforts over the tournament – we didn’t have a single loss and we had no goals scored against us which is a fabulous result. Thank you to Petra as Coach and Jade as Assistant Coach – you did a wonderful job and your support of the team was amazing. The girls were so lucky to have you and they all grew in their confidence and their hockey playing because of your advice and assistance. Thank you also to the parents who came up to support the team, you were very positive and encouraging, and to the parents who couldn’t come up but sent messages of support every day. I hope you are as proud of your young ladies as I am – it was a pleasure to be their manager this tournament. Anne Swann
Representative Hockey - U18 Women
The Redlands u18 girls team had a fantastic tournament away at the State Championships held at Tweed on the first weekend of the school holidays. The team consisted of the following girls: Emma Systa, Melita Zambelli, Jade Davey, Zali Carter, Charlotte Healy and Portia Anger from RHA. With the welcome addition of Laura Nicholson, Makenzie Weale, Jamie Shannon, Ashleigh Neil, Chloe Scaysbrook and Jordan Dickson from BWHA. As well as Hannah Callum-Sanders from Maryborough and Elisha McMahon from Townsville. We would like to thank the board and RHA RDO for their efforts in getting players and sending this team. The girls had a great time and played some great hockey. On day 1 of the carnival the girls had two games. The first game was against Townsville which they lost 5-1. However we scored the first goal and went to half-time 1 up but Townsville came out firing and just dug extra deep. Next up was Toowoomba which we also lost 3-0. Despite the score lines the games were well fought with Redlands having some great attacking opportunities. Day 2 of the carnival saw Redlands play against Warwick on the grass and resulted in a win 5-0. The second game of the day was against Gladstone and was a tight game with some great hockey from all the players but was a loss 2-0. On the final day of the tournament the team was in the div 3 grand final. Again it was a really great game of hockey and a real nail biter . Gladstone won 3-2 resulting in a second place in Div 3 for the girls.
The captain for the tournament was Jade Davey and the vice captain was Emma Systa. These girls did an amazing job on and off the field to lead the girls. Even awarding the players some awards during the tournament. Congratulations to Hannah who got player of Div 3 and to Elisha who was selected for the Qld team.
Of course it was not all about the hockey and we managed to spend some time at the beach; swimming, playing beach volleyball and soccer. Although the mention of beach sprints as a pre game warm up did not go down well!! A big thank you to Tammy Drews for coaching the team so well – we all learnt so much on the tour including not to touch the shoes! Hayley Manager
RHA continued to move from strength to strength becoming known as one of the most welcoming, family friendly, forward thinking and professional regional sporting organisations within the region. Our greatest achievement for 2013 was the appointment of a part time regional development Officer (RDO) Rob Gilmour, he was brought in to build the capacity and standard of our coaches and players at team and rep level across all junior age groups. For our first year we had 16 coaches accredited with their level 1 and 9 coaches their community coach qualifications. We continued the principle partnership with Palacio Property Group and secured a 5 year sponsorship agreement with Improve Group Learning Solutions for goalkeeping development. With this sponsorship we were able to run a specialist goalkeeping clinic with Hockeyroo’s Goalkeeper, Toni Cronk. 2013 saw a total of 339 members making up 28 teams and the age groups were U7s, U9s, U12s, U14s, U18s, Senor Men and Senior Womens (5 teams each) with the expansion to 6 teams in the U12s we introduced 2 new colours green and maroon. We also trialled development teams in both the men’s and women’s comp, the purpose of this was to allow for expansion of the senior comp, to improve retention of the U18 players and improved development. It proved to be successful in enhancing the preparation and performance at the U18 State Championships and both U18s teams were more competitive at their respective State Champs. The quality of our umpire development continued, and we were rewarded with one of our umpires, Jackson Freeman umpiring the Div 2 Final at the U13 Boys State Championships plus the Boys finals at the Primary School State Championships. Peta Dunnett also qualified as our first Technical Official and received the Hockey Ed Jnr Technical award at the Women’s Masters Tournament. Turf time was increasing as we again had a number of players playing at GCHA for the Coomera Hockey Club (now Roosters) each Friday night. We also entered an U7 and 2 x U9 teams in a Friday night junior competition played at East’s Tiger Turf and we established a team in the Monday Masters BWHA competition.
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. 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 www.amfbowling.com.au.
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]