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Metro High School Girls Tournament

The schedule for the Metro High School Girls Tournament is now available.  The tournament will take place between Citadel High and Armbrae Academy from May 4-6 with the Championship game being played at 6pm on Wednesday May 10 at Citadel High.

Metro High School Girls Tournament Schedule

The deadline to apply for the Nancy Tokaryk Memorial Bursary is fast approaching on Wednesday May 3!  Please see the application below for more information on applying.

Tokaryk Bursary Application 2017

Author: pthompson

Junior Women's Development Program

Field Hockey Nova Scotia (FHNS) is hosting a Junior Women’s Development Field Hockey Program this summer.  The program is open to players returning to the program, have played junior high or high school field hockey, and for players new to the sport.  The program will focus on both skill development and game play in a league format.  Each team will have a designated coach (university field hockey alumni).

Sticks and balls will be provided, with the opportunity to purchase.  Mouth guards are mandatory as a requirement by FHNS and Field Hockey Canada.

Dates: Tuesdays 6:45-8pm, starting May 16th and ending August 8th

Cost: $100 per player 

Location: Saint Mary's University Turf

Parents and players can contact Hillary and Brittany at fieldhockeyns@gmail.com to learn more or register for this program.

Author: pthompson

Junior Girls Competitive Program

Field Hockey Nova Scotia will running two junior girls field hockey programs this summer. The following is information about the competitive program. More information will be coming out soon about developmental girls program.

What: The competitive program is for those interested in learning and playing field hockey at a competitive level.  These girls will practice 2 - 4 hours per week and compete in a couple of tournaments throughout the summer. The team is hoping to compete in two tournaments: Either Ontario or Eastern US.  There will be more information to follow when details are finalized.

Age and Experience: Girls 13 - 18 years of age.  Experience is not important, all athletes will be given the opportunity to learn and develop

When: Begins Sunday, April 30th, 12 - 2pm at Dal Wickwire field.   The team will practice until the end of July, the second tournament may be in August (yet to be determined).  

Register: Send the attached registration form to jheppell@eastlink.ca. The team fee is set at $400 (includes turf fees, team gear/clothing, FHNS/FHC membership) plus tournaments.  A portion of the team fee will be due at the start of the program, the remainder can be paid by the first of June.  Fundraising and sponsorship opportunities will be available to the athletes. Sticks and goalie gear will be provided at the start of the program.  Girls will then have a chance to purchase their own stick.  Mouth guards and shin guards are mandatory at all practices.

Any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at 452-1644 or email jheppell@eastlink.ca

FHNS Junior Girls Registration Form.docx

Author: pthompson

Nancy Tokaryk Golf Tournament

Registration for the 5th Annual Nancy Tokaryk Memorial Golf Tournament is now open. Please find the registration form attached. Your registration fee includes a donation to the Nancy Tokaryk Memorial Trust Fund which has been established to commemorate Nancy's contribution to the sport of women's field hockey, her personal leadership, student mentorship, and volunteer community services in the form of a scholarship. 

2017 Nancy Tokaryk Golf Tournament

Author: pthompson

Halifax Fighting Haddocks Earn Silver at CIC

The Halifax Fighting Haddocks Indoor team travelled to Waterloo, Ontario to compete in the Canadian Indoor Classic Tournament in February. The team was comprised of players from Nova Scotia with a few additions. In the group stage the Haddocks defeated C-FHC (Field Hockey Club) 4-3 and Toronto FHC 7-2, with their only loss to defending champions Toronto Lions 4-5 to finish in the pool in 2nd place. The Haddocks, in the semi final were matched up against OKD. The Haddocks battled to a 3-3 tie, before going to a shootout. Shane Rajaraman, Anton Wernik and Balmeet Kullar all scored for the Haddocks in the shootout victory.  This sent the Haddocks to their first ever CIC Championship Final! The CIC Championship final was a dramatic end to a thrilling tournament with the Haddocks losing 3-2. Shane Rajaraman was named Tournament MVP and Manny Grewal received the Tournament Top Goalie Award from the Haddocks Team.

Haddock Team: Floris Van Aast, JP Brien, Gurdeep Dhaliwal, Manny Grewal, Balmeet Kular, Jason Leadbetter, Drew Rajaraman, Mal Rajaraman, Shane Rajaraman, Anton Wernik, Sharon Rajaraman (Bench Manager)

Author: pthompson
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