Junior Hockey

Our club is very much a family club and encourage to involvement of parents, siblings, grand parents, neighbours. 

YMCC Junior Hockey news

Welcome to our returning and new players for 2016. We are looking forward to an exciting year as we continue our journey through growth and development.
Please let me know if any of your family are keen to take on a role within our club, be it coaching, canteen helpers, umpiring or another job.
You will find below links to age groups and activities that the club has planned, please take the time to read the information on this website. These are progressively being updated so check back regularly for more information.

Philosophy

We will endeavour to provide a fun and safe environment for children to learn, develop and improve their hockey skills
We will endeavour to provide opportunities for children to achieve their aspirations on the hockey field
We will provide a sense of community for all our members, and provide a social environment where friendships are developed.
We will endeavour to ensure our children are provided a healthy environment to increase their fitness and basic hockey skills
We will endeavour to provide opportunities both on and off the hockey field for our children, including leadership, community service and involvement in club development

Helpers needed

Our club is run by volunteers and each team needs a coach and a team manager. Please let us know if you feel you can assist with one of these roles.
One of the clubs major fundraisers throughout the year is the Saturday morning canteen, each week one team is rostered to provide cakes to sell and helpers to serve.  Information is sent to team via team managers

Junior Player Code of Conduct

I will have fun and enjoy playing hockey
I will show respect to my fellow players and other team members
I will play by the rules
I will never argue with an official and will show respect to coaches, umpires and managers
I will give my best for the team and cooperate with coaches, umpires and managers

Parents and supporters Code of Conduct

Remember that children participate in sport for their enjoyment, not yours.
Encourage children to participate, not force them.
Focus on the child and team’s performance, rather than winning or losing
Encourage children to always play by the rules
Assist and respect club administrators, coaches and managers, these people volunteer their time for the benefit of your child and the club
Respect officials’ decisions and encourage children to do likewise
Remember children learn best by example, appreciate good performance, skillful plays good attitude.
Respect the rights, dignity and worth of every young person regardless of their gender, ability, cultural background or religion