& Boys’ Hockey
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Classic Hockey League
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Info Ph: 1900 962 018
(can't call via iinet, etc)
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To request a Player Insurance Claim form phone 1800 776 780 or use this link to visit the HQ area of the JLT Website for more info.
Brisbane Hockey Association Inc
PO Box 503
MORNINGSIDE Q 4170
Tel: +61 7 3899 4399
Fax: +61 7 3399 9825
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CHL - Players are needed urgently!!
Contact your Club now!
Already playing Masters or J's? Why not have another match on Saturday on the grass at minimal cost?
Ask your Club about how you can do it - you can even play with another Club or team!!
The following is the current status of the CHL Teams (20 Mar 2012):
- Norths - 1 team;
- Valley - 1 team;
- Commercial - 1.75 teams - need more players to complete 2 teams;
- Barbarians - 1 team;
- Renegades - needs a point of contact and around 16 players!
Interested players should contact Commercial first to fill their two teams, then a sixth team can be attempted. Such a team would need someone to volunteer as a point of contact.
CHL is played on natural grass surfaces on Saturday afternoons. It is a very much a social "competition".
CHL is scheduled to commence 14 April 2012.
Please note, that if for example, a player who was registered and playing in a Masters team for say Easts, Bulimba, etc, wanted to play CHL, then they would be elligible to play with anyone of the teams shown above. Such players would of course be very welcome at present in either Commercial, or to begin a new composite team called "Renegades" or whatever.
TV & YouTube
This year BHA and BWHA have invested in a new approach to broadcasting highlights from selected BHA and BWHA Division 1 matches and other Hockey related content on TV and via YouTube. Follow this Hockey Zone link to find out more.
BHL1 Match Reports
Links to BHL1 Match Reports will appear throughout 2012 under the 'Brisbane Hockey League' section. As in previous years, this initiative is spearheaded by Lee Oliver with assistance from volunteers, journalism students and hockey players. These reports also contain photos. A page of links to Hockey related content in the online Press will also be found there.