In addition to our Intro to Field Hockey for Juniors program, our Junior’s 2017 pre-season/tournament training has its details!!
This is pre-season training for experienced junior players to prepare for the spring season and upcoming tournaments. We will start with some basics to get going again and move on to more advanced skills. We will also be working on tactics for upcoming spring tournaments in April and May.
This is field hockey for beginners ages 12-18. Coaches will work with beginners on proper techniques, skills and rules of the game in a spirit of fun and comraderie. Players must have mouthguards and shin guards. Sticks will be provided. Interested in being a goalie, we will have all the equipment. Coaches include former Olympians and local high school coaches and players.
Wed’s Mar 1 – April 5 at 4:45pm – 6:00pm at Ben Franklin Dome
Sign up for all the sessions ($40) or come out for whatever sessions you can and pay $10 (to pay by session, select pay by cheque when registering).
Come out and give this fast and fun sport combining similiar strategies and tactics to soccer with the stick ball and speed elements of hockey.
Normally I take pictures of us PLAYING HOCKEY…but this past Saturday’s kick off to our indoor winter season was so fun that I completely forgot until I was pulling out of the parking lot!
We had a great group of people out for a fast and fun game of hockey!! If you want to know more about the winter season check it out here and if you’re looking to register, head on over to our registration page and do so!!
Saturday, November 5, we will be back at the Hornets Nest Dome for our regular Saturday morning (8am-9am) winter hockey!
All members 16 years of age and older are welcome to come out for spirited sessions, often followed by a social breakfast afterwards.
It is an early time (8am) but it is a great way to stay active, play some hockey and have the whole day left for other activities.
First session starts Sat Nov 5, 2016 and runs through to February 25, 2017.
Cost is $160 + $20 club membership for the winter season.
PLEASE NOTE: we need 12 registered players in order for the winter session to happen, so don’t delay…REGISTER NOW!!
Our club hosted an umpiring clinic for new and re-certifying umpires in September. We had members registered from all three local clubs and most have had their on field assessments!
Big shout out and thank you to Mario DeMello, a once upon a time Outaouais member and still active player/umpire who came all the way from Halifax to lead the course. 6 more umpires for the high school and future club leagues!
Outaouais entered a mixed team into the Cactus Classic in sunny Phoenix, Arizona at the end of January! While we didn’t come home with the cup, we sure had a great time!