Frequently Asked Questions
What teams are we running 2020?
Women’s teams in all grades CL1-SL4. Men’s teams in SL1-SL3, Junior boys and girls teams – depending on registrations.
What are the dates?
The latest advice is that Hockey ACT are locking in our return to play dates with all senior competitions to commence on Friday 10 July with the junior competition to commence on Thursday 23 July.
What are the costs?
Where is hockey played?
Based on 2019: Hook in2Hockey (U7 and U9) play Saturday mornings at Willows, U11 play Saturday mornings at Willows, U13 and U18 play Sunday mornings at Lyneham and Tuggeranong, U15 play Friday nights at Lyneham and Tuggeranong.
What gear do I need?
Hockey stick, shin pads, mouthguard, uniform: playing shirt, skirt/shorts and socks.
What sort of commitment is required?
To be available for as many games and training sessions as possible.
Juniors how do age divisions work?
To be eligible to play in U11, a junior player must be under 11 years old on the 1st January in the year of the competition. More information on juniors
Who do I contact with questions?
Club secretary email@example.com
How can I get involved in the club in other roles (eg parent of a junior)?
Fill in EOI form, or contact the club secretary.
When is training?
Training bookings are:
- Tuesday.. 8-9pm Watt – Full field – CL1/2 W
- Thursday.. 6-7pm Watt Full field – SL1W and SLM
7-8pm Carter Half field – SL2-4W and U18W*
(*we are aware there is a clash here that we are working through – standby)
What social events do we offer
Trivia nights, Presentation Night
What is the club culture, why would I want to join NCE
We cater for competitive as well as social players, provide opportunities to be involved in the hockey community as a player, coach, manager, umpire, mentor or committee member.
Who is on the 2020 committee?
What are the clubs long term plans?
To increase the amount of junior teams, have more competitive teams, field Capital League men’s teams.