Hookin2Hockey was developed by Hockey Australia and is designed for boys and girls aged under 10. Hookin2Hockey gives young boys and girls the opportunity to learn the basic skills of hockey, develop fundamental motor skills, make friends and have fun while learning how to play hockey. The Hookin2Hockey program has been separated into three parts “Come and Try”, “Skills in Action” and “Stick to Hockey”.
Buderim Rebels Hockey Club will be providing the “Come and Try” and “Stick to Hockey” programs this 2018 hockey season.
H2H Come and Try
The “Come and Practice” sessions are designed to provide beginners with hockey skills to enable them to start the hockey journey and allow the more experienced players to reconnect and continue their development. It provides an action 1-hour session to learn exciting new skills and have fun playing hockey under a safe and structured program.
Buderim Rebels will implement a number of “Come and Try” practices prior to the start of the “Stick 2 Hockey” program (below).
These sessions are free of costs and hockey sticks and equipment will be provided by the club for these sessions. We encourage parents to register their children with Hockey QLD for insurance cover (see below HockeyQLD Under 10 registration instructions).
Hockey QLD Under10 registration
The Hockey QLD Under 10 registration is a once off annual cost and provides insurance for players for the entire season.
Players participating in the BRHC H2H Stick 2 Hockey program need to complete the “HockeyQLD Under 10 (Stick2Hockey)” registration process through the BRHC Hockey QLD Registration page.
See the Rebels H2H Online Registration Guide to how to complete the H2H Stick 2 Hockey registration.
Buderim Rebels Stick 2 Hockey
During this program participants will experience a modified game format, allowing participants to develop their skills through small sided team games. It is the bridging program from Hookin2Hockey to traditional club hockey or other social forms of the game.
Buderim Rebels in conjunction with Sunshine Coast Hockey Association (SCHA) will run this program immediately after the Easter school holidays for 13 weeks until late July. This program will have more emphasis on “playing” the game of hockey and provides a weekly training (on Wed) session and weekly (on Friday) inter-club games.
Players will need to complete the Hockey QLD Under10 registration (above) and the Buderim Rebels “Stick2Hockey” registration.
The Buderim Rebels Stick 2 Hockey (BRHC S2H) club registration covers the cost of SCHA interclub games, all field fees, playing Tshirt and end of season awards and presentations.
If your child is 7 or younger, at the end of the calendar year use the “BRHC Stick2Hockey Under 7s”.
If your child is 10 or younger at the end of the calendar year use the “BRHC Stick2Hockey Under 10s”.