Welcome to Valley Hockey Club

Our Club offers hockey to men, women, boys and girls.

Specialist Clinics - 14 to 20 year olds

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Mens  Womens  Combined 2018

Monday Masters 1 - Premiership winners 2018

Congratulations to our MM1 team - winners of the BWHA Div 1 premiership in 2018. Well done ladies!!

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Lauren Richards - 300 Division 1 games

On Saturday 28 July 2018 Lauren 'Loz' Richards played her 300th BWHA Division 1 game. What an achievement. Three cheers Loz!!!

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Congratulations Ash and Jordyn

Congratulations to Hockeyroos Ash Fey and Jordyn Holzberger for winning Silver at the Commonwealth Games!


Ash and Jordyn have both received the Club's highest award, the Daphne Pirie Trophy for Best and Fairest Player, on more than one occasion. They were also an integral part of our three successive successful Premiership winning teams in the BWHA Division 1 competition. They look great in the royal blue and white, but even better in the green and gold! Thanks to Hockey Australia for these awesome images of the girls in their kit. They have done our Club and our country proud. 

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Some information about the Club........

Welcome to Valley Hockey Club. The Valley Hockey Club is situated around the northern inner city suburbs of Kalinga, Clayfield, Kedron and Wavell Heights in Brisbane, Australia.

 

Started in 1921, the club seeks to ensure all players, no matter what level of ability, are able to enjoy the sport of Hockey. The club caters for Masters (over 35 years old), Senior Turf, Senior Grass, Junior Turf (13 to 18 years), Junior Grass (7 to 17 years and under).

 



Upcoming
Junior Girls Training
Burringbar Park, Chermside
Senior Women Training
Burringbar Park, Chermside
Senior Men Training
Burringbar Park, Chermside
Junior Boys Training
Burringbar Park, Chermside
Junior Girls Training
Burringbar Park, Chermside
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Principal Sponsors
Hamilton HotelHamilton Hotel

Thanks to our sponsorship partner

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The Queensland Government provided $7,500 to Valley Women's Hockey Club under the Get Going Clubs program to train volunteers in governance, volunteer management, risk management, child protection, member protection and financial management and fraud protection practices to enable Queenslanders to participate in sport and recreation activities.