Hey, Coach! We appreciate the support and time coaches share with our players to improve their skills and develop their field hockey game.
To help you with planning and prep for the upcoming indoor season, we are hosting a free Coaching Clinic next week.
Wednesday, October 25th @ 7-8:30 PMTansley Woods Community Centre – Community Room 5
Attendees will learn: – basic game play for young players – the fundamental skills that players should be taught at the house league level and how to teach these skills effectively – how to put a session plan together – how to provide feedback and correct issues
Sara Restani will lead the clinic. Along with being a passionate advocate for the sport, Sara has been a coach with HFHC for 12 years, is an NCCP Competition Introduction Certified Coach in Field Hockey and NCCP Field Hockey Coach Learning Facilitator.
Wednesday, August 23, 2023 7-9pm at Tansley Woods Community Centre
We invite you to join us for our Annual General meeting on August 23. Your input and contributions are so very important to the continual growth, development, and success of our Club, and we encourage you to come and have your say.
Running June 3 – 4, 2023 at Norton Park in Burlington, it’s time to register for the 4th Annual Halton HFC Junior Festival.
Open to U14, U16, and U18 teams, the festival will run on two fields, round-robin style format.
U14 division will be 7-a-side, half field games, U16 & U18 will be 11-a-side full field. Hotel blocks have been set aside for teams traveling from out of town. Register today – http://haltonfieldhockey.powerupsports.com
We are excited to welcome members of the Women’s National Team on September 25 as they run two sessions of games and competitions, skill development, and fun. All proceeds will go towards the “Back The Pack” fundraising efforts. To learn more about the campaign, visit https://fieldhockey.ca/wnt-back-the-pack/
Morning session is for boys and girls aged 6yrs to 13yrs (born 2009 – 2016) 9:30am-12:30pm
Afternoon session is for boys and girls aged 14 and up (born 2008 and earlier). Adults are also welcome. 1pm- 4pm
Wednesday, August 24, 2021 7-9pm at Haber Community Centre
We invite you to join us for our Annual General meeting on August 24. Your input and contributions are so very important to the continual growth, development, and success of our Club, and we encourage you to come and have your say. Meeting will also be streamed via Zoom
Are you a high schooler trying out for your school’s team in the fall? Get a head start by signing up for one of the full-day development camps – August 15 or 22, 2022 at Norton Park. Space is limited.
Time: 8am – 4pm Price: $75 per day Hosted and coached by McMaster University’s Field Hockey Team Open to players born 2005-2009 Players must have mouth guard and shin pads. Sticks available if needed.
The Club will be hosting tryouts on Tuesday October 5, 6:30 pm – 9 pm at James Hill PS in Oakville.
The team(s) will represent the Club at the Ontario Winter Games qualification tournament November 10-11 at York University, as well as compete at other tournaments and leagues during the winter season. Note: more than one team may be selected, but only the top seeded team at qualifier will move on to OWG.
Requirements for team selection:
Girls born 2005 or later
Mus be fully vaccinated for COVID-19
Must be able to commit to training Tuesday nights 630-9pm, the OWG qualification in November, and OWG March 5-6, as well as other tournaments and games as decided by coaches and program director
Spectators will not be allowed in the gym during tryouts or practices. More info on tournaments will be provided to players selected. Any questions can be directed to the Program Director
In February, Canadian Tire Corporation announced an additional $12 million commitment to Jumpstart’s Sport Relief Fund to help sport and recreation organizations build back sport and play in Canada.
Jumpstart conducted a State of Sport study via Ipsos which revealed the pandemic has not only impacted current access to sport and play but has real long-term effects as well. Our club and the communities we serve have experienced the impact of the pandemic first-hand.
We recently received confirmation that we are amongst nearly 300 sport and recreation organizations nationally to be provided with grant support through Jumpstart’s Sport Relief Fund. We are beyond grateful to receive this news and know the positive impact it will have on sport and recreation organizations, and ultimately, on kids across the country.
With Jumpstart’s support, we’ll be able to put in place a comprehensive and safe return-to-sport program, ensuring that all our members experience the joy of being back on the field knowing we have made it safe for them to do so.
As a club, we have always prided ourselves on the dedicated and committed coaches who have worked with our athletes. They have helped shape and inspire many young people who have gone on to do amazing things in our sport – from learning the basics and making their high school teams, to University and NCAA, and to Provincial and National honours. It is with that commitment in mind that we take this pledge.
The Responsible Coaching Movement (RCM) is a call to action for sport organizations, parents, and coaches to enact responsible coaching across Canada – on and off the field.
The RCM is a multi-phase movement that affects all sport organizations and coaches across Canada. It stems from extensive and ongoing consultation with the sport community in Canada that showed us some of the systemic issues in sport, the role various parties play, and strategies for addressing these issues.
The Coaching Association of Canada and the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport support the Canadian sporting community in improving practices that ensure the health, safety and well-being of all participants.
The RCM will enhance our existing coaching practices, provide our coaches with tools to guide their continued development, and allow parents and participants to feel confident that we have the health and safety of everyone first and foremost in mind.