Summer Hockey – Register

Summer Hockey – Register

Sydney Uni Hockey Club is running mixed summer hockey. It is an 8 week 7-aside Mixed Summer Comp at the Bruce Pryor Hockey Field, Cumberland.  Here is the key information you need to know. Any questions, please contact Tim at timwohlers@icloud.com.

Dates
:
27th October – 15th December
Tuesday Night
Wednesday Night subject to numbers

Cost
:
$450 per team entered. This includes all the competition costs for 8 weeks. Note: Any NEW player that did not play in the 2020 winter competition will need to also pay the HNSW registration fee. Those new players will be contacted separately.

Structure 
  • Round robin style 7 a side mixed comp (Max ten registered players per team)
  • 40 min games (20min halves with 5 min break) on half a hockey field
  • Proposed game times 6:30pm, 7:15pm and 8:00pm
  • Subject to numbers will run a competitive and a social comp


How do I sign up a team for the summer comp?  

Step 1: Organise a team and nominate a team manager
Step 2: Team managers to email team lists, proposed team name and shirt colour preference to timwohlers@icloud.com by COB Wednesday 21st October.
Step 3: The Summer Comp Committee will then contact each team manager to pay their comp fee by going to the Registration menu item on the home page. Managers will be advised if there are any players who require HNSW registration. Confirmation will be given on whether or not the Wednesday night will proceed.

Step 4: The Summer Comp Committee will circulate the draw and the games can begin.

If you don’t know anyone forming a team and you would like to join one please send an email to timwohlers@icloud.com and we will find you a team!

COVID Measures
It is extremely important every player still complies with the COVID-safe plan and the NSW Public Health Order. This means everyone attending the venue MUST still register their attendance using the QR codes and we are still to ‘Get in – play ‘ get out’. Remember Summer Comp is always fun, be we need to make sure we need to play it safe.
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