Monday, 27 October 2014

Summer Hockey Grounds

Summer Hockey year 5 and 6 Rules

Year 5 and 6 Summer hockey rules
Guidance around rules for year 5 and 6:
-        There is an expectation at this level that players have a understanding of the rules
-        Most infringements need to be penalised if you feel they have an impact on the game
-        If you make a decision be clear so that everyone around knows what decision you have made

Rules for year 5 and 6 summer hockey

1.     Players may not hit the ball, pushing only – penalised with a free push
2.     Players are not allowed to intentionally kick the ball – penalised with a free push
3.     Players may not chop and other players sticks to get the ball – penalised with a free push
4.     Players may not lift the ball in any way that makes it dangerous – penalised with a free push
5.     Players may not intentionally push the ball over the baseline – penalised with a free push taken back 5m from the baseline
6.     A foot or part of a person stopping a definite goal results in a penalty stroke.
a.     The ball must be pushed from a position 7 metres from the goal and hit between the marks on the backboard.
b.     A foot or part of a person interfering with the ball within 5 metres of the goal, but a goal would not have arisen is a free push 5 metres back from the baseline in line with where the infringement took place.
7.     If the ball crosses the baseline, and is not intentional, play is restarted with a 16 yard push to be taken 5m from the baseline in front of the goal
8.     Goals cannot be scored directly from a free push.
9.     A goal is scored when the ball crosses completely over the base line or hits the backboard
10.  Shots higher than the backboard will not be counted
a.     The exception to this is a ball deflected up into the goal by a defender
11.  If the ball crosses one of the side barriers a free push is awarded to the opposing team to the one that last touched the ball before going out.
12.  Games will start and end on the hooter with two halves separated by a short half time
13.  One adult from each team is permitted on the field in a guidance role only
14.  They must not influence or intimidate the umpire in any way

a.     If there are any issues please see the organisers in the pavilion

Summer Hockey Year 3 and 4 Rules

Year 3 and 4 Summer hockey rules
Guidance around rules for year 3 and 4:
-        Remember these are young players who will have little knowledge of the rules and are there to participate and have fun.
-        There is an expectation that they are starting to learn the rules
-        Only penalise if you think an infringement has in impact on the game
e.g. a player kicks the ball half way down the field
e.g. a player hits the ball with the back of their stick into the goal
-        If you make a decision be clear so that everyone around knows what decision you have made

Rules for year 1 and 2 summer hockey

1.     Players may not hit the ball, pushing only – penalised with a free push
2.     Players are not allowed to intentionally kick the ball – penalised with a free push
3.     Players may not chop and other players sticks to get the ball – penalised with a free push
4.     Players may not lift the ball in any way that makes it dangerous – penalised with a free push
5.     Players may not intentionally push the ball over the baseline – penalised with a free push taken back 5m from the baseline
6.     There will be no penalty strokes at year 3 and 4 level.
7.     If the ball hits a defenders body on route to the goal play is restarted with a free push to be taken 5m from the baseline
8.     If the ball crosses the baseline, and is not intentional, play is restarted with a 16 yard push to be taken 5m from the baseline in front of the goal
9.     Goals cannot be scored directly from a free push.
10.  A goal is scored when the ball crosses completely over the base line or hits the backboard
11.  Shots higher than the backboard will not be counted
a.     The exception to this is a ball deflected up into the goal by a defender
12.  If the ball crosses one of the side barriers a free push is awarded to the opposing team to the one that last touched the ball before going out.
13.  Games will start and end on the hooter with two halves separated by a short half time
14.  One adult from each team is permitted on the field in a guidance role only
15.  They must not influence or intimidate the umpire in any way

a.     If there are any issues please see the organisers in the pavilion

Summer Hockey Year 1 and 2 Rules

Year 1 and 2 Summer hockey rules

Guidance around rules for year 1 and 2:
-        Remember these are young players who will have little knowledge of the rules and are there to participate and have fun
-        Only penalise if you think an infringement has in impact on the game
e.g. a player kicks the ball half way down the field
e.g. a player hits the ball with the back of their stick into the goal
-        If you make a decision be clear so that everyone around knows what decision you have made

Rules for year 1 and 2 summer hockey

1.     Players are not allowed to intentionally kick the ball – penalised with a free push
2.     Players may not chop and other players sticks to get the ball – penalised with a free push
3.     Players may not lift the ball in any way that makes it dangerous – penalised with a free push
4.     Players may not intentionally push the ball over the baseline – penalised with a free push taken back 5m from the baseline
5.     There will be no penalty strokes at year 1 and 2 level.
6.     If the ball hits a defenders body on route to the goal play is restarted with a free push to be taken 5m from the baseline
7.     If the ball crosses the baseline, and is not intentional, play is restarted with a 16 yard push to be taken 5m from the baseline in front of the goal
8.     Goals cannot be scored directly from a free push.
9.     A goal is scored when the ball crosses completely over the base line or hits the backboard
10.  Shots higher than the backboard will not be counted
a.     The exception to this is a ball deflected up into the goal by a defender
11.  If the ball crosses one of the side barriers a free push is awarded to the opposing team to the one that last touched the ball before going out.
12.  Games will start and end on the hooter with two halves separated by a short half time
13.  One adult from each team is permitted on the field in a guidance role only
14.  They must not influence or intimidate the umpire in any way

a.     If there are any issues please see the organisers in the pavilion

Sunday, 19 October 2014

Winter Sports Asembly 2014

Winter Sports Assembly 2014

Winter Hockey Coaches
Richard Jensen, Wayne Codyre, Vanessa Ropitini, Shiree Arnold, Catherine Lee, Sarah Trask, Graham Wilson, Kirsty Giles, Shar Dahlberg, Bryn Morton, Bridget Morton.

Winter Hockey MVP’s
Phoenix – Riley McNeur
Eagles – Jada Ropitini
Dragons – Bailey Hamilton
Hawks – Emily Smith
Firebirds – Kiana Paterson
Falcons – Hunter Morton

Flipperball Coaches
Joanna Murray, Victoria Bovey.

Flipperball MVP’s
Seals – Campbell Woolley
Orcas – Jade Cooley

Netball Coaches
Mia Mason, Catherine Lee, Meri-Jane, Rastrick, Danielle Rastrick, Nicky Bates, Kylee Warren, Peta Probert, Emma-Jane Lambie, Sha Durston, Victoria Bovey.

Junior Netball MVP’s
Thunder- Trey Lush
Typhoons – Samantha Noffke
Lightning – Helen Lim
Storm – Isabella Minnis
Hurricanes – Georgia Tindle
Tornadoes – Georgia Oudenryn

Basketball Coaches
Chris Kells, Roy Simons, Ian MacMillan, Mandy Smith, Jason Meyer, Tania Jahnke.

Basketball MVP’s
Lakers – Jonty Kells
Magic – Adam Cornelius

Pistons – Maraki Aumua