Welcome to the 2017 Halton Thrashers Program

Note: in order to be eligible to play for Halton Field Hockey Club’s competitive program, players will need to be registered members of the Club with Field Hockey Ontario

Coaches
U18 – Chris Fehst
U14-U16 – Nadia Marques, Tanya Marques, Rachel Spekking
U12 – Andrea Wright

U18 Program is for female players aged 17 and under as of January 1, 2017.
It is an 11 on 11 full field format.
Practices are Tuesday and Wednesday evenings from April-August at Appleby College from 6:30-8:30pm
The JWPL league games are planned for weekends in August and September.
We are currently entering two local tournament and a potential two travel tournaments.

U16 and U14 Programs are for female players aged 15 and under as of January 1, 2017.
It is a 7 on 7 half field format.
Practices are Monday and Wednesday evenings from May-July at Appleby College from 6:30-8:30pm
The JWPL league games are planned for weekends in August and September.
We are currently entering two tournaments with potential for a third travel tournament.

U12 program is co-ed for players aged 11 and under as of January 1, 2017.
It is a 7 on 7 half field format with varying adaptations to regulations to be age appropriate.
Practices are Monday & Tuesdays at Apply College from 6:30-8:30pm
We are expecting to enter three tournaments in Ontario, and one travel tournament. We hope to arrange multiple exhibition games with local clubs

 

2017 Team Rosters:

Congratulations to all of our players who have successfully earned a place on the 2017 Thrashers rosters!

U12

Phoenix
Ainsley
Sebastian
Kate F.
Sarah
Clara
Delaney
Jocelyn
Amanda
Kalysta
Emily C.
Abby

U14

Ellie Restani
Charlotte Craig
Cartiona Arnott
Femke Boland
Mackenzie Blake
Shannon Guilday
Farah Madon
McKenna Sheppard
Laura Tuck
Arwyn Tuck
Laura Burgess
Kate Roberts

U16

Reghan Barr
Mattie Base
Abbey Smallwood
Jane Fox
Sarah Campbell
Hallie Wedge
Sophia Da Rosa
Dila Atalay
Hannah Schelfhaut
Natalie Gruehl
Emily Rorison
Hannah Robertson
Erin McPherson
Cameron Jacques

 


 

Player development is aimed at the “Training to Train” and “Training to Compete” stages of  Long-Term Hockey Development (LTHD) framework, based on Canada’s Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) model. Coaches are trained to provide the athletes with the necessary technical skills and physical training to look towards high performance competition.

Teams compete in Provincial Club Championships, tournaments and exhibition matches, during both the Outdoor and Indoor seasons. Teams also compete in FHO’s Junior Women’s Provincial League tournament style games against teams across the province.

To learn more, email us at thrashers@haltonfieldhockey.com

 

 

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