Oct 11

2014 Fall Indoor Session

FALL 2014 PROGRAMS AND FEES (age on January 1, 2015):

2014 Fall Membership Application – 2014 Fall Registration Form – Youth and Senior, Player Emergency Medical Contact Form

Youth (Ages 6 – 13)

Cost: $30 + 2014/15 FHO Fees
Date: Saturdays, October 18 – Dec. 6 (8 weeks) from 8:30 – 11:30 am
Location: Sherwood Forest Park Gym

8:30 – 9:30 am  – ages 6-8 co-ed
9:30 – 10:30 am – ages 9-11
0:30 – 11:30 am – ages 12-13

Junior Program info

Date: Starts Tuesdays, October 21
Location: Palermo Public School, 2561 Valleyridge Dr, Oakville, ON L6M 5H4 (just south and west of Dundas and Bronte Road).

Players can bring the registration (forms and fees) to the gym on Tuesday. You will need mouthguard, shinguards and gym attire and shoes, and a field hockey stick if you have one. The sessions are aimed at skill development, fitness and fun, and will include drills and games.  This week the session will go from 7:15 – 9 p.m.

Senior (Age 18+)

Cost: $35 + 2014/15 FHO Fees
Date: Mondays, October 20 – Dec. 8 (8 weeks) from 9 – 10pm
Location: Sherwood Forest Park Gym

Aug 24

Notice of 2014 Annual General Meeting

WHEN: Monday September 8, 2014, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

WHERE: Haber Recreation Centre, 3040 Tim Dobbie Dr, Burlington, ON L7M 0M4              
Check sign in foyer for Room assignment.

WHO: All members (players, coaches, associates, etc.) of the Halton Field Hockey Club and parents/guardians of U18 players. For players under 18 years of age, voting rights are held by the parent who signed the registration form for the player.

Note: If unable to attend, please complete and sign the 2013-2014 Proxy Form, and send with an attendee, or e-mail to info@haltonfieldhockey.com



1. Minutes from 2013 AGM – View Minutes – AGM August 28, 2013.pdf

2. Business arising from minutes (if any)

3. Director Reports, including financial statement

4. Bylaw amendments

5. Election of Directors – The following positions are up for election at this meeting.  
*Interested parents/guardians are strongly encouraged to get involved in the Club as a member of the Board of Directors.  Please contact a member of the current Board of Directors (listed below) for further information.

  • Treasurer (2 year term)
  • Director – Junior Programs (ages 14 – 17), 2 year term
  • Director – Youth Programs (ages 6 – 13), 2 year term
  • Director – Marketing and Promotion, 2 year term. (If Bylaw amendments are passed as proposed this will become Director – Competitive Programs)
  • Note:  If Bylaw amendments are passed as proposed there will be an additional two (2) Directors-at-Large positions open for election. Ideally one of these positions would take responsibility for the Club Indoor Hockey programs.

6. Appointment of Auditor(s)

7. Feed-back from the members

8. Other business

Current Directors:

Jul 17

Looking for the opportunity to coach this Fall?

The Halton Youth Program is seeking coaches for all age levels for the Fall indoor program that runs Saturday mornings.

Interested? Contact youth@haltonfieldhockey.com for more information

Jun 23

U16 Ontario Summer Games Tryouts – Tuesday June 24

Ontario Summer Games is being held this year August 7 – 10 in Windsor.

This is an event that happens every second year, and is organized by the Ontario government (Sport Alliance Ontario) with the field hockey component being handled by partner Field Hockey Ontario.

Field Hockey is for the U16 age group (born in 1998 and later).

Tryouts for the Girls team from Halton /Hamitlton/ Niagara has been scheduled for this week Tuesday, June 24 from 8:30 – 10:30 p.m. at Norton South field in Burlington (Tim Dobbie Drive just off Dundas Street between Appleby Line and Walkers Line).

For further information visit

Apr 28

U14 & U12 Heroes

Are you looking for more game opportunities than the youth program offers? Come out for the Heroes!

Please note – depending on numbers, cuts may be made. We expect to field teams of 14-18 athletes. From those teams, rosters of 12 (per division) will be selected to attend each tournament (selections based on availability, skill and commitment).

We are still awaiting confirmation of our field bookings, but will begin as soon as we hear. We expect to practice on Tuesday evenings, 6:30 – 8:00pm, likely at Notre Dame and Loyola Secondary Schools. A practice schedule will be distributed once everything is confirmed.

Our Heroes teams will play in the following tournaments:


  • May Meltdown
    May 23rd – 25th in Mississauga
  • CFHCC Junior Tournament
    July 12th – 13th in Mississauga

U12 – please note, U12 divisions are co-ed

  • May Meltdown
    May 23rd – 25th in Mississauga
  • Nepean Nighthawks Junior Festival
    June 21st – 22nd in Ottawa

Tournament details will be distributed as they become available.
Questions? Email u14_heroes@haltonfieldhockey.com

Apr 13

2014 Thrasher Roster

Thank you to everyone who tried out. The athletes listed below have been selected for the 2014 Thrashers program. There will be a mandatory team meeting this Wednesday, April 16th at 8:00 pm at Appleby Ice Centre. Practices will begin Tuesday, April 22nd.


If you did not make the team - A spot has been reserved for you on a house league team (unless otherwise communicated). If you do not wish to play, please email junior@haltonfieldhockey.com so that we can release your spot to someone else, as there is now a waiting list for the league.


 2014 Thrashers

Izzy Akdeniz Emily Hong Gayathri Pillai
Alexie Andlauer Leigh Janssen Sofia Pisano
Jessica Austin Anna Jiang Sarah Savelli
Kathryn Brown Jasmin Kaur Emily Schnarr
Meagan Coleman Alexandra Lychy Emily Shilton
Anna Costanzo Samantha Marshall Alisha Singh
Alannah DeAngelis Isabelle Mastantuono Amber Syme
Maddie Dunn Nicole Mastantuono Jade Thompson
Susie Dunn Chloe Nicholls Alyssa Yourkin
Nicole Hicks Kaitlyn Norris
Andrea Hill Elizabeth O’Hara

Mar 01

2014 Outdoor Season!

It’s time to register for Halton’s 2014 Spring/ Summer Field Hockey Season.

The early bird registration deadline has passed. Players can still register, but space is limited in all programs.

Beginners welcome.  Invite your friends and come for the fun!


2014 Membership Application – Player Emergency Medical Contact Form

Youth Registration Form Junior Registration Form Senior Registration Form

YOUTH – Girls age 6-13 as of January 1, 2014

Youth League is almost FULL. Interested players should email youth@haltonfieldhockey.com prior to registering.

An introductory program for girls not yet in high school. Practices and games are Saturday mornings in late April to mid July and are played at Oakville or Burlington locations (subject to field booking). Season starts April 26.

Programs for:

  • New! Co-ed aged 6-8
  • Girls aged 9-11
  • Girls aged 12-13

Program Fees (both fees are mandatory):

  • Youth - Co-ed aged 6-8 $80. Youth 9-13 $125. Payable to Halton Field Hockey Club
  • Other mandatory cost: FHO/FHC annual fee $20.00 (6 or 7 as of January 1, 2014) $30.00 (8-13 as of January 1, 2014) Pay online at www.fieldhockeyontario.com
    *Note that FHO/FHC membership is valid from September 1, 2013 to August 31, 2014. If you were registered in the Fall program, you are covered for the Winter session.

Questions? E-mail Andrea at youth@haltonfieldhockey.com

JUNIOR – Girls age 14 – 17 as of January 1, 2014

Junior League is now FULL. Interested players should email junior@haltonfieldhockey.com to be put on a waiting list.

A local league that plays Monday and Wednesday evenings from May through to late July and will be played in Oakville, Burlington and Milton. All skill and experience levels welcome. Regular season starts April 28.

New for 2014 – Season Kickoff Tournament – April 26!
Come meet your team and coaches, receive your uniform, have your team picture taken and play a friendly tournament to start the season off right.

Program Cost:

  • Juniors – (under age 18 as of Jan.1, 2014) $185
  • Other cost: FHO/FHC annual fee $30. Pay online at www.fieldhockeyontario.com
    *Note that FHO/FHC membership is valid from September 1, 2013 to August 31, 2014. If you were registered in the Fall program, you are covered for the Winter session.

Questions? E-mail Erika at junior@haltonfieldhockey.com

Senior – Women aged 18+ as of January 1, 2014

Senior League is now FULL. Interested players should email senior@haltonfieldhockey.com to be put on a waiting list.

A local league that plays on Thursday evenings on fields throughout Halton from May through mid/late August. All skill and experience levels welcome. Season starts May 1.

New for 2014 – Optional 4 week open skill sessions/ practice $25
New to the sport of field hockey? Experienced but want extra time to work on your game? Interested in helping others learn and develop skills? Then consider enrolling in our new practice sessions on Tuesday evenings May 5, 12, 19 & 26.

Program Cost:

  • Women – (age 18 and up as of Jan.1, 2014) $170,  optional Tuesday practice fee $25
  • Other cost: FHO/FHC annual fee $68. Pay online at www.fieldhockeyontario.com
    *Note that FHO/FHC membership is valid from September 1, 2013 to August 31, 2014. If you were registered in the Fall program, you are covered for the Winter session.

Questions? E-mail Bonnie at senior@haltonfieldhockey.com

Feb 08

Volunteer with us!

Our Club is run entirely by volunteers, and we are always looking for enthusiastic folks to help keep things running smoothly. The Halton Field Hockey Club offers many opportunities to get involved on or off the field.

HFHC is currently looking to fill the following volunteer positions:

  • 2013 Outdoor Recreational Youth & Junior Coaches and Coach’s Assistants
  • Boys/Co-ed Program Co-ordinator
  • Equipment Manager
  • Fundraising Co-ordinator
  • Treasurer’s Consultant
  • Legal Consultant

For a detailed description of these positions, please visit the Volunteer Opportunities page.

If you have a positive attitude and a willingness to learn, we want to hear from you! Please contact Diane Huneault at info@haltonfieldhockey.com for more information.

Feb 05

HFHC supports and is committed to zero tolerance policies

The Halton Field Hockey Club supports and is committed to the Zero Tolerance/ Rzone policies in place in the communities in which we operate.

What is Zero Tolerance/ Rzone?
An operating procedure that identifies a code of conduct which applies to community recreation and cultural centres, facilities, parks and programs. The procedure enforces a set of expectations around violence, vandalism and inappropriate behaviour for participants and the general public.

Respect for Yourself; Respect for Others; and Responsibility for your Actions to improve the safety, appearance and environment of our community.