PLANNING FOR NEXT SEASON: Sailors Charlie Bindle in action during the Grafton Hockey Kelly Cup competition. PHOTO: Debrah Novak
PLANNING FOR NEXT SEASON: Sailors Charlie Bindle in action during the Grafton Hockey Kelly Cup competition. PHOTO: Debrah Novak

Positions to be filled Hockey

THE HOCKEY season may have finished but the committee's jobs continue.

Its first job during the final delegates meeting for 2013 was to re-elect a committee, with almost all positions filled.

Grafton Hockey hopes to have the publicity role filled in February.

All clubs are reminded to contact Joel Ward ( admin@graftonhockey.net.au) to secure their turf training times for 2014.

The search for coaches is under way for the representative teams, with vacancies in the under-13, 15, 18 and open teams.

Interested people are asked to submit their nominations to the secretary.

The first cab off the rank is the under-18s. Although the date has not been confirmed, the championship is usually early May.

Managers are also required for all these teams and interested persons are asked to send their nominations to the secretary.

Selections of our squads for under-13, 15 and 18 will begin early October, with clubs asked to nominate suitable players to Mary Day as soon as possible.

Earlier this month all clubs would have received correspondence from Hockey NSW regarding their structure for 2015.

All clubs are asked to read that again and submit their questions to Lyn Newby by October 21.

This then has to be correlated and sent to Hockey NSW.

A steering committee has been formed to help with the decision on amalgamation. All clubs are to have a representative on this committee.

If you are interested but could not make the meeting, contact Lyn Newby.

Next meeting is 1.30pm on February 1 at South Services.



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