Hookin2Hockey and Free Come & Try for 2021
On Monday the 1st of March at 5.30pm, the perfect introduction for primary school aged children to the game of hockey. The Altona Hockey Club has an 8-week program of Hookin2Hockey with the first week a free come and try session available to all kids aged 5 to 12.
- Monday 1st of March, starts at 5.30pm to 6.30pm.
- At the Altona Hockey Club on Sugar Gum Drive, Altona.
- Ages 5-12 years old, boys and girls.
- Just bring runners and a mouthguard if you have one (not essential but recommended), we have sticks to use, balls and fully qualified coaches.
- Hookin2Hockey is the Hockey Australia national junior program with a great environment to learn the skills and team aspects of hockey.
For the first come and try night anyone is welcome just to turn up on the night and try, or to register for the whole 8 week program it is available now via the Hookin2Hockey website here, for $70 including insurance, coaching and all costs for the program: https://hookin2hockey.com.au/program-finder/…
A great environment to learn the skills of team sports, introductory hockey skills and have fun. We have a COVIDSafe environment, you will need to scan the QR code to check-in, and maintain 1.5m space on the sidelines, with full hockey allowed on the field.
Questions? Please contact [email protected] for any enquiries.
Location: Altona Hockey Club on Sugar Gum Drive, Altona, 3018 (click here for Google Maps).
Cost: Free for Come & Try Night, $70 for the 8-week block, including all coaching and insurance costs.
Equipment: None needed for the come & try night, just runners and if you have a mouthguard that is recommended. For the rest of the program we will have hockey packs available which include a stick, shin pads and a ball
COVID-19 Restrictions: The main one is that we require everyone to check-in via QR code when entering the facility, to see all of the latest information, visit www.altonahc.org.au/covid-19-update-from-the-altona-hockey-club
Questions? Contact [email protected]
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