GOVERNANCE

AT THE ALTONA HOCKEY CLUB

The Altona Hockey Club is governed by a volunteer board of up to 10 people elected by the members. To find out more about the governance and strategy of the AHC, see the information below.

The AHC annual reports, reported by the Board at the AGM, held in November each year.

See more of the latest news:

Free Come & Try Hockey for 2023

Free Come & Try Hockey for 2023

Free Come & Try Hockey for 2023 January 18, 2023In 2023, we are holding two Free Come & Try at the Altona Hockey Club on Monday 13th of February and Wednesday 15th of February both from 5.30pm – 6.30pm. Hookin2Hockey gives young boys and girls the opportunity...

2022 Annual Report & Summary of the Year

2022 Annual Report & Summary of the Year

From the Altona HC President, Alex Tyrrell: This year has been an historically important year for the hockey club in many ways. Read the summary & annual report.

Molly Klix selected in Australian Country U21 Squad

Molly Klix selected in Australian Country U21 Squad

Molly Klix selected in Australian Country U21 Squad 28th of September, 2022Congratulations to Molly Klix, Altona's Women's Premier League Goalkeeper, who has been selected for the Australian U21 Country team and will compete in Indonesia in January. She was selected...

Pride for all on show at hockey event

Pride for all on show at hockey event

Pride for all on show at hockey event 5th of August, 2022 Thank you to everyone who came out on the weekend for the Altona Hockey Club Pride Cup!   It was a great event, with junior inclusion workshops during the week, all of our junior teams wearing the rainbow...

AHC Strategic Project – Seeking Volunteers

AHC Strategic Project – Seeking Volunteers

We are seeking volunteers wanting to learn, build, or offer their professional skills to join our new member pathways project. This is an exciting part of our club strategy to encourage and better support our members to participate in all aspects of our sport.

100 Goal Milestone for Andrew Scanlon

100 Goal Milestone for Andrew Scanlon

This past weekend in the Ric Purser Cup against Doncaster, Andrew Scanlon, known affectionately as Goldy, became the 4th player in our history to reach the milestone of 100 Premier League goals behind Darren Duff, Daniel Dawson and Stephanie Young.