Men’s Field Hockey
Olympic Endowment Fund
There is NO charge for this clinic.
This not a rules clinic but an umpiring clinic so attendees are expected to know the rules. However, she may cover interpretations.
Dates and Times:
Wednesday Oct 21 from 6pm - 9.30/10pm - theory/question sessions
Thursday Oct 22 from 6pm - 9.30/10pm - theory/question sessions
Saturday and Sunday Oct 24 & 25 approx - 9am - 5pm for practical Umpire coaching/ assessing at the University match umpires.
Candidates are expected to attend ALL sessions.
Please contact Mario DeMello immediately if you are interested in this clinic.
The 2015 Atlantic Cup Field Hockey Tournament was held this weekend at Saint Mary’s Turf in Halifax.
The finals saw the Andrews Team from Halifax defeat the Outaouais Club from Ottawa 1-0. The game winning goal from Clive Wheatley came in the final minute of the game to clinch the victory. Andrews defeated the Privateers 3-1 to reach the finals, while Outaouais defeated the Panthers 1-0 in the other semi final.
FHNS would like to congratulate The Andrews Team for winning the tournament as well as all the other players, umpires, and volunteers who helped out this weekend. Hope to see you all next year!
The Atlantic Cup is taking place this weekend August 1 and 2 at Husky Stadium, Saint Mary's University in Halifax. Five teams are competing from all over Eastern Canada this year. Come out and show your support.
Atlantic Cup Schedule
Left to Right: Haley Whitman, Katie Michelin, Julia Jorgensen, Brianna Samson, Alex Tutty
Several members of the Nova Scotia u18 team competed in the Limelight Showcase in Lancaster, Pennsylvania from June 12-14th. The 7-a-side event is held at Spooky Nook, the official training facility of the US national team. Alex Tutty (Dartmouth) and Julia Jorgensen (Sackville) competed this year for the second time while Haley Whitman (Halifax), Katie Michelin (Halifax) and Brianna Samson (Fall River) went to the showcase for the very first time and impressed their American counterparts. The girls played extremely well and they significantly improved upon the results from last year. The team finished 3rd in their pool with a final record of 2 - 2 - 2.
This is considered a recruitment tournament, and gave the girls great exposure to American Universities as well as an opportunity to have professional videographers to create highlight videos for the girls to use to send to CIS Universities.
Another group of athletes from the provincial program will be travelling to Providence, Rhode Island later this summer to compete in the 4Goals Cup.
Field Hockey Nova Scotia will be holding its Annual General Meeting Tuesday, May 26th, 2015. It will start 6:30pm at the Saint Mary's University Athletic Centre, classroom 213. All FHNS are invited to attend the AGM. Attached is the 2015 AGM Package and Financial Statements. If you cannot attend and would like to give your vote to another member please fill out the attached proxy form to be brought to the AGM.
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