Slazenger Junior Hockey News March 2010
With the end of season fast approaching please take time out to read what is happening at your club.
March 28th/29th – Last Training of Season
April 19th – Pre AGM Committee Meeting – Club House 7.30pm
May 8th (Saturday) – Senior Section presentation Evening & Dinner Dance (all adults associated with the club and youngsters playing senior hockey welcome – see Hayley Wood
May 9th (Sunday) – PRESENTATION DAY & BBQ (from noon) (Parents vs. Kids 10am-noon)
May 10th – Junior section AGM Club House 7.30
WEEK COMMENCING JULY 26TH – Intense Hockey Level 1 (Slaz)
WEEK COMMENCING AUG 2ND – Intense Hockey “mini” (Wakefield HC)
WEEK COMMENCING AUG 9TH – Intense Hockey Level 2 (Slaz)
WEEK COMMENCING AUG 16TH – Intense Hockey Level 3 (Wakefield HC)
WEEK COMMENCING AUG 23RD – Intense Hockey Level 4 (Wakefield HC)
Sept 5th JUNIOR TRAINING STARTS
PRESENTATION DAY & BBQ
Could all winners of last years trophies please make arrangements to return them before the end of the season.
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Please ensure you give your vote to your team manager. You can only vote for ONE person in your actual age group, and you must not vote for yourself. The person you nominate should be the player who you feel has given the most to the TEAM this season at training and when playing in matches not just someone who is your friend.
For your junior section to be able to grow it needs volunteers who can commit their time to help, be it at training, as team secretaries, or at social events. Training courses to help give a better understanding of the sport are available to anyone who wants to help our section for more details please contact Steve Wood (07802 235805). email@example.com
Please consider putting yourself forward and get involved with your club. It’s not as hard as you may think, and you may even enjoy it!
We have seen fewer of the “younger end” (U12’s) attending Slazenger Juniors this year, therefore whilst we welcome new members of all ages we would practically like to encourage increased membership from school year 6 and below. Please spread the word to all you know that may be interested.
In addition one initiative we are pursuing is the possibility of a number of “summer” dates where schools and other youth groups can enter a squad to play in a 7-a-side tournament at the club, with the added benefit of an hour or so of training beforehand.