報名表 Application Form
The Mini & Junior Hockey Promotion Scheme 2018-2019 is now available for enrolment. There are 5 phases in the scheme. Students can start by participating in our Hockey For All Day.
The Hockey For All Day 2018 will be held on 7 July (Saturday) at King’s Park Hockey Ground from 10:30 – 14:00. It is a great opportunity for your friends and your family to learn more about hockey. The event is free of charge and open to everyone. Certified coaches and equipment will be provided on that day.
Applicants can take part in the training courses which cover different hockey skills in beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. After that applicants will take challenge of a competition.
Phase II Beginner Course (King’s Park) – Available
Phase II Beginner Course (Lok Fu) – Available
Phase III Intermediate Course (King’s Park) – Available
Phase III Intermediate Course (Lok Fu) – Available
Phase V Advanced Course (King’s Park) – Available
Phase V Advanced Course (Lok Fu) – Available
The Women’s Hockey 5-a-side tournament were held on 14th and 21st Apr 2018 at Happy Valley Recreation Ground.
Below are the winning teams respectively:
|Premier Division – Winners||1st Division – Winners||2nd Division – Winners||3rd Division – Winners||4th Division – Winners||5th Division – Winners|
|HKFC A||HKFC C||Recreio A||Skyers B||Valley D||HKFC H|
Asian Youth Olympic Games Qualifier 2018 is now in full swing which take place in Bangkok, Thailand on 25th – 29th April 2018. The tournament, along with the Youth Olympic Games Hockey Competition will follow a Hockey 5’s format.
Players ranging from ages between 15 and 18 years old will showcase their talent in the 5-day long event.
Participating teams of Men’s are:
Hong Kong China
Participating teams of Women’s are:
Hong Kong China
Women’s Current Standing:
|Rank||Team||Played||Wins||Draws||Losses||Goals For||Goals Against||Goal Difference||Points|
|4||Hong Kong China||4||1||0||3||7||47||-40||3|
Men’s Current Standing:
|Rank||Team||Played||Wins||Draws||Losses||Goals For||Goals Against||Goal Difference||Points|
|4||Hong Kong China||4||1||0||3||5||45||-40||3|
Fixtures can be downloaded HERE.
Stay tuned for more news!
The Hong Kong Hockey Association – Summer Mixed League 2018
The Hong Kong Hockey Association invites you to enter teams in the HKHA Summer Mixed Hockey League commencing on Friday, June 1st 2018 and finishing in mid-August 2018. The HKHA Summer Mixed League will be played on weekday evenings at Happy Valley from 19:00 until 22:00 on Happy Valley pitch 1 (HV1) and from 19:00 until 23:00 on Happy Valley pitch 2 (HV2).
The exact competition format will be determined once the team entries have been received. It will most likely be based on 3 pools, each of 10 teams. Each team can expect to play once per week on average and may occasionally have two matches within one week.
The objective of the Mixed Summer League is for all matches to be played on a friendly and informal basis. This does not mean that the matches are not competitive. Most matches are generally hard fought. Match results will not be recorded but umpires will be required to report the award of yellow and red cards and any other matters relating to bad conduct.
Clubs / teams interested in taking part in the Mixed Summer League can register on or before 17:00 on Friday 11th May 2018 online at the following link: HKHA SML 2018 – Team Registration Form. If anyone has a problem with registration please contact the HKHA by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or fax (2384-0535). If the league is oversubscribed acceptance of applications will be determined on an equitable basis.
Any team that is aware of specific dates on which it may not be able to field a team can advise of such dates by sending an email to the HKHA. The HKHA will attempt to take such requests into account when determining the match schedule but cannot promise to meet all requirements. The earlier such a request is received the better the chances of the request being met. Please note that it is not possible to entertain requests such as “we can only play at 20:00” or “we can only play on Wednesdays”.
By registering a team, or teams, in the HKHA Summer Mixed Hockey League 2018 a convener is making an undertaking to pay the registration fee for each registered team. The registration fee is $3,000 per team and it must be received by the HKHA office on or before 17:00 on Wednesday 18th May, 2018. Any team that has not paid by this date will be withdrawn from the league.
Please prepare a cheque payable to “The Hong Kong Hockey Association” and send it to Summer Mixed League at 1st Floor, Administrative Block, King’s Park Hockey Ground, 6 Wylie Road, Kowloon.
Kindly write down your full name and Team name at the back of the cheque for our reference.
2. ATM or Online payment to HSBC account #658-117619-838
Please email the soft copy of the ATM or Online payment receipt to email@example.com with your full name and Team name for our reference.
Once team is registered, each team is required to register its players on or before 17:00 on Wednesday 18th May, 2018 using the attached Form. Players who have not registered in Men’s or Women’s League during season 2017-2018, have to submit ID card for player registration use. Teams may register players at any time during the league. Players registered after May 18th 2018 shall not be considered registered until the convenor and/or captain has submitted the completed registration form attached to the HKHA and received an acknowledgement of their registration/deregistration from the HKHA.
A player may only be registered to play for one team but may play for other teams of the same club. Clubs that are found to be frequently using the same players to play for more than one of its team will not be permitted to enter more than one team in future Summer Leagues.
Players cannot register for another team until they have been deregistered from the team that they are currently registered with. Players found to be playing for a team that they are not registered with will be immediately deregistered by the HKHA and will not be permitted to register for any team in the current Summer League. They also risk being prohibited from registering in future Summer Leagues.
The registration of players under the age of 18 cannot be accepted unless the form “Parental Permission Letter for Players Under 18 (2018)” has been completed, signed by the player’s parent or guardian and submitted to the HKHA by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or fax (2384-0535).
Any player who wishes to play in the Summer League but is not affiliated with a team may submit their names by email (email@example.com) or fax (2384-0535) to the HKHA who will assist them to join a team.
A meeting for conveners, captains and umpires will be held at King’s Park Conference Room (2/F of office block) on Thursday 17th May, 2018 at 19:15 to discuss the Summer League arrangements and Bylaws. All club conveners are requested to attend or to send a representative.
Conveners and players are reminded of the importance of fair play, good sportsmanship and proper conduct on the pitch. Any behavior that could bring the game of hockey into disrepute will not be tolerated. Any teams or players who do not abide by the Rules and Bylaws may be brought before the HKHA Disciplinary Committee who may award penalties that are carried forward into the next Winter Leagues.
Important dates & deadlines
1. Team Registration (online) on or before 17:00 11th May 2018 (Fri)
2. Conveners Meeting (KP) 19:15 17th May 2018 (Thu)
3. Entry Fee on or before 17:00 18th May 2018 (Fri)
Player Registration on or before 17:00 18th May 2018 (Fri)
4. Commencing date 19:00 1st June 2018 (Fri)
Wishing you all an enjoyable summer of hockey.
Summer Mixed League 2018 Committee
The Hong Kong Hockey Association
The Samsung 61st FOS – Women’s and Men’s Hockey Knockout Competition Finals will be played at KP on 21, 28 Apr 2018 (Sat), 19 May (Sat) and 20 May 2018 (Sun) respectively. Please find match details as follow:
Women’s Hockey Knockout Competition Finals – 21 Apr 2018:
|HKHA SAUCER FINAL||HKCC C||Recreio B||KP||14:00|
|HKHA BOWL FINAL||Phoenix A||Ewis A||KP||16:00|
Women’s Hockey Knockout Competition Finals – 28 Apr 2018:
|HKHA PLATE FINAL||Shaheen A||Recreio A||KP||14:00|
|HKHA CUP FINAL||HKFC C||HKFC D||KP||16:00|
Youth Cup Final, Men’s & Women’s Holland Cup Finals – 19 May 2018:
|YOUTH CUP FINAL||KP||13:30|
|HOLLAND CUP FINAL (Women’s)||KP||15:00|
|HOLLAND CUP FINAL (Men’s)||KP||17:00|
Men’s Hockey Knockout Competition Finals – 20 May 2018:
|HKHA BOWL FINAL||KP||12:00|
|HKHA PLATE FINAL||KP||14:00|
|HKHA CUP FINAL||KP||16:00|
Please come and support the teams!
Hockey for the young, the young-old and the old ones!
You may think hockey is only for the very fit. Then you’re wrong! Hockey can be played by people of all ages. What’s more, there’s walking hockey for those who want the fun of playing a team sport at their own pace.
Enrol in these morning courses in Taipo and enjoy the fun of playing with other people.
*在班上會提供球棍及球，上課只需穿著舒適運動服及鞋。Sticks and balls are provided during the classes, just come in your comfy sports clothings and shoes.
查詢Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
The Guv Dillon Fund Presents Spring Break 2018 event on Friday 20 April 2018 will be held at Beef & Liberty in LKF from 7:30pm with canapes, free flow, DJ and prize draw.
More details: https://www.ticketflap.com/guvdilloncharityparty
Come play some hockey drills on Easter Monday, all free of charge. We will provide the sticks and balls. Just show up wearing your comfy clothes and sports shoes. No enrolment needed.
The Hong Kong Hockey Association has the pleasure to invite your students and staff to our Hockey Fun Expo event on April 2nd. Attached is the poster that you could post at your premise. If you would like to organize a big group to come, please let us know in advance so that we could make suitable arrangements for you.
Hockey is a non-contact sport and can be played by people of all ages and fitness levels. The age of hockey players in Hong Kong range from kindergarten children to 80-year old.
We hope that through this fun event, your students and staff can enjoy some outdoor activities and learn some new sporting skills.
From April onwards, we will be conducting some training courses in Taipo. On the back of the poster is the first series. In summer, we will be running some courses for small kids and students. We will keep you informed later.
If you have any questions about the April 2nd event and our training courses, please feel free to contact Mr Jacky So at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 2782 4932.
What’s more, we are having some training courses from April onwards. If you can spare Wednesday mornings, and fancy something new and fun, come join us.