Club Day this Saturday – May 5

G’day Everyone, this weekend we have a club day and it’s a great opportunity for all our club members to come down in your black and gold and support the club.

There will marquees set up in between turf 1 and turf 2 with nibbles, so everyone can all hang out there after games. Beef & gravy rolls have been organised through canteen by the club, you will just need to grab a ‘ticket’ from Dean or Anita so that you can get one.

If you want to buy your old ‘playing’ shirt, we will have a list of numbers available. Put your name down and will cost you $10.00.

The games are as follows for the day, note that the A2 men and A3 women have swapped time slots.

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Thanks to our 2018 Sponsors

In 2018 we have been fortunate to gain the support of four new Club Sponsors, Bell Pasture Seeds, EFI Essential Financial Advice, Harradine & Associates Veterinary Surgeons and JSV Mechanical.  As a Club we sincerely thank Shonel, Rob, Stinger & Jason for their very appreciated support.  We ask all Club members to get behind them and support their businesses.  Here’s our 2s Men looking very fine in their new shirts.a2m_sponsors_comp

Wot’s ON

Bit of a reminder for what’s coming up for the club.

Saturday 17/03 the SWHLM playing group are having a scratch match against Southern River at 2pm (be there at 1pm for warm up)

Strikers women will be playing after, so worth hanging around and having a beer and support the ladies.

Sunday 18/03 we have our Bunnings BBQ fundraiser. We have lots of spots that need to be filled, we are only asking for you to volunteer for a couple of hours. Please contact Anita 0447 790 734 to nominate the best time that suits you or see a committee member tonight at training. This is the easiest fundraiser that we do so please get around it and help.

Sunday 25/03 stick pick fundraiser 8am – 12noon. We were able to complete over half of the stick pick last Sunday so we need numbers to get back there and finish the job.

Fundraising is at the core of the club, without events like the above we won’t be able to keep fees on hold or purchase new equipment.  Many hands make light work, so please if you haven’t already put your hand up to help, please make yourself available.  

New Constitution

In accordance with the Associations Incorporation Act, 2015 WA) Boyanup Hockey Club Inc. have amended our constitution.

We will have hard copies available for perusal at all WAC training days and it can also be, if requested, be sent to you via email.  Download a copy of the constitution by clicking here

If anyone has any suggestions or comments we ask that you send them to either president@boyanuphockey.org.au or sescretary@boyanuphockey.org.au prior to January 14.

The amendments will then be voted on at the AGM at Bunbury Training on Sunday 21st of January.

 

Senior Coaching Positions 2018

Boyanup Hockey Club would like to invite expressions of interest for the positions of Senior Men’s and Senior Women’s coach for the 2018 Hockey Season. A remuneration package may be offered to the successful applicants, but this will be finalised upon appointment. If you are interested in the first instance to find out more please email the President Anita Scott on president@boyanuphockey.org.au

2017 Senior Presentation

A massive thanks to all those that were able to get along to BREC last night for our Senior Presentation Night. Congrats to the following players on a great season.

Masters
Highest Goalscorer: Michael Sewell & Kane Wetherell (9)
Player of Finals: Brian ” Yellow Ninja” Green
R/up Fairest and Best: Kane Wetherell
Fairest and Best – Ron and Gay Scott Perpetual Trophy: Michael Sewell

A3M
Highest Goalscorer: Raine Fischer (3)
Player of Finals: Brendan Thomas
R/up Fairest and Best: Raine Fisher
Fairest and Best – Jim Scott Perpetual Trophy: Wayne Pelusey

A3W
Highest Goalscorer: Rachel Vlahov (3)
R/up Fairest and Best: Hayley Hill
Fairest and Best – Piggott Family Perpetual Trophy: Deb Andrew

A2W
Highest Goalscorer: Paige Zabajnik (4) & Rachael Benbow (4)
R/up Fairest and Best: Lauren Johnston
Fairest and Best – Gerald and Joan Fry Perpetual Trophy: Rachael Benbow

A2M – Premiers 2017
Highest Goalscorer: Lane Goss-Wetherell (9)
Player of Finals: Ky Fisher
R/up Fairest and Best: Ky Fisher
Fairest and Best – Ron Trigwell Perpetual Trophy: DJ Wareham

Attwood Brothers Perpetual Trophy:
Ella Du Preez

Reg Green Perpetual Trophy
Fletcher Wetherell

SWHL Women
Highest Goalscorer: Jenna Gmeiner (8)
Player of Finals: Chanara Trigwell
Coaches Award: Rosie McCaughan
Most Improved: Ella Wood & Paige Zabajnik
R/up Fairest and Best: Allyce Sewell
Fairest and Best – Russell and Carolyn Harvie Perpetual Trophy: Jenna Gmeiner

Goal of the Year
Geoff Gibbs

Goal Keeper of the year – Peter and Nat Tyrrell Trophy
Jason Vuletich

Men’s Most Consistent
Michael Sewell & Michael Rae

Men’s Coach’s Award
Kane Wetherell

Men’s Most Improved
Jack Tosana

SWHLM – Premiers 2017
Highest Goalscorer: Tom Harvie (14)
Player of Finals: Jason Vuletich & Dane Goodsell
R/up Fairest and Best: Jason Vuletich
Fairest and Best – Tom Gibbs Perpetual Trophy: Tom Harvie

Champion Team – Norm Trigwell Perpetual Shield
A2M
Russ Harvie (Coach), Michael Rae (Capt), Jon Krikke, Phil Newman, Cam Booth, Dean Lomax, Ryan Gibbs, Steve Green, Lane Goss, Brian ‘Whale’ Green, Craig Emslie, Daniel Coleman, Kane Johnston, Cobi Fisher, Ky Fisher, Raine Fisher, Lewis Tunstill, DJ Wareham, Kyle Jones

Club Person of the Year – Duce Shield: Michael Rae

The Windy
Kyle Jones

Wood Duck Award for 2017
Lane Goss-Wetherell