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Hockey Australia CONCUSSION Policy

Player and Participant Welfare 

In considering the management of hockey-related concussion, each Australian Hockey Association (AHO) is committed to protecting the health and welfare of hockey players and participants at all levels. AHOs have a duty of care to provide safe training and playing environments. This policy and its related protocols should be implemented to the fullest extent possible by AHOs. AHOs should also take steps to increase awareness of this policy and its related protocols.

posted 16/03/2024


LIGHTS UPGRADE - Completion in sight - Thank you MBRC

Moreton Bay Regional Council - COVID-19 Community Infrastrucure Revitalisation Grant  

Pine Hills Hockey Club successfully gained the sum of $50k, through the above mentioned Grant, to allow completion of the upgrading of field lights from halogen to LED and for the installation of a remote arming station (eSwitch).
The project will, as its main aim, help to stimulate the local economy through the engagement of local contractors and suppliers.

The Club will contribute $20k from its Lighting Infrastructure Fund.

Although the pandemic created great disruption for the community, including our sport, the support that has come from all levels and areas of government has been huge, effective and appreciated.

Because of this Grant from Moreton Bay Regional Council our members will benefit from top quality lighting and more efficient power usage, cheaper electricity, and better access and safety for our volunteers when turning on/off the lights, for many years to come.

Thank you Moreton Bay Regional Council.  Priceless.
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posted 29 June 2020

Banners ALOFT

Thank you Councillor Matt Constance

Six new Banners to announce SIGN ON DAY will be seen across the suburbs.
Pine Hills Hockey Club is looking forward to spreading the word that our club is OPEN for HOCKEY in 2020

Thank you for the funding Matt. 

posted 5th Feb 2020


Granted - Thank you MBRC

Pine Hills Hockey Club - granted $15K through the MBRC Community Grant

to assist in the upgrade of field lights.

Last year the lights on two poles on Field 1 (closest to the Sticks and Stones Pavilion) were upgraded using Club funds.
This year - with the assistance of an MBRC Interest Free Loan and club funds - the remaining lights on Field 1 will be upgraded.

We will continue to apply for funds to complete Field 2.

posted: 30th January 2019


Shoes - some styles banned

Women and Girls - NOTE

From the BWHA Operation Manual

(6)        All players must wear appropriate sports shoes and shin guards. Football boots and cleats are not allowed on any hockey field used by BWHA.

See examples here....

Shoes Not Permitted on DP or RP

in order to protect OUR field we uphold these bans on our Home Field at BUNYA

posted: 2 March 2017- always current


Ground Improvements...

due to a successful Application to 

MBRC Community Grants Program  

MBRC- Supported By- CMYK


has been received to allow 
Pine Hills Hockey Club to 
1) completely enclose its fields with a 2000mm fence,   and 
2) construct a concrete hardstand 
for the storage of goals in the off season.

These improvements will greatly assist us in providing safe and secure facilities for our players.
The support given to us by MBRC  - staff and councillors - is greatly appreciated.

(Note - an additional $4,670.25 is to be contributed by PHHC to complete the funding).

posted: 13 July 2016


Compliments to the CHEFs

Where shall I meet you....

at the STICKS & STONES CAFE of course.

What a fantastic team of chefs, chief cooks and bottle washers aim to please us at training each Thursday.

Do come along and say Hi and Thank You to all the happy volunteers who work in our Canteen.
Here are just some.
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and here is one of their biggest fans....
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posted: 13 July 2016


If it is Not OFF then it is ON...

A reminder that - if you don't hear that your Training (or Game) has been called off then...

It is still ON.
Your coach will still be able to conduct a rules or strategy session if a sprinkle turns to a shower.

 An area on our webpage above the Calendar Tab also shows if our Field is Open or Closed - it will be updated on advice from Council. 

posted: 12 June 2015 - always current


When Blue skies turn to grey .....


Training - unless it is raining heavily over the whole of S.E. Qld then training will still be on. Especially for Turf teams. Just because it is showery in your suburb does not mean it is at James Drysdale Reserve or Chermside.
But - parents - please do not leave your child at training if it looks like it might get cancelled after all.

If there has been constant rain that has made the surface of the field unplayable then Coaches and/or Managers will advise their teams as soon as possible if training is called off - or if an alternate activity is arranged.

LIGHTNING - a few weeks ago we had to call players off the field due to lightning overhead.
Safety of players and Volunteers is more important than a few moments training. Coaches and Managers have a Duty of Care to call training off if there is the slightest discomfort about the conditions.  

GAMES - Clubs have to wait until Associations make a decision about whether fixtures are cancelled.
Please DO NOT call the Association Offices. As soon as our Club is notified there will be a chain of communication set in place through Coaches/Managers to all players - via email or sms, on the webpage or Facebook. Please be Patient. We understand you have to leave home an hour or more before your game but everyone tries to do their best to get the message out as quickly as possible.
HINT: No NEWS means NO Cancellation (almost certainly) so just go to the field expecting to play.

If all else fails you can call the Association Wet Weather Number

p: 1900 962 018

but be prepared to wade through a long list of messages and to pay for the privilege.

posted: 29 April 2015 - always current

Doggy do do's

All players and spectators should now be aware that Dogs are not to be taken to Turf Venues.

It is also asked that Dogs are NOT brought on to our field or into the Sticks and Stones Pavilion at James Drysdale Reserve. If you want to exercise your dog you need to do so outside the fenced area. (And please keep them on a leash and pick up after them). Thank you.  

posted: 3rd June 2015 - always current



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Regulations state that our Sticks and Stones Pavilion is a NO SMOKING area.

We ask that - at training -  smoking is done outside of the perimeter fence.

Please dispose of Butts in Rubbish Bins.

Also in the interest of the health of our players - please note - there are NEW Smoking laws regarding smoking near sporting fields. 

posted: 3rd June 2015 - always current



Please- mind your language - we know sometimes when the competition is hot we can all get a bit frazzled.

BUT - Players can be sent off for swearing at, or abusing, other players or the umpire - please don't let your team down because you couldn't keep your mouth shut.
And - Spectators/ Parents/Coaches - the Captain can get sent off for abuse from the Sideline.
Would you want someone else's child to be sent off because of your mis-behaviour? 
Pine Hills Hockey Club is a Zero Tolerance Club for bad sports. Remember - Positive .. or its pointless

posted: 3rd June 2015 - alwayscurrent

Player Safety

All Players are reminded to wear shin-guards and mouth-guards while Training and Playing.


Also each Full Field Team has been provided with TWO Face Masks for use by Defenders
during Short Corners. 
These are becoming a vital piece of equipment to help prevent facial  injury from high shots at goal.
                                        While it is usually 'posties' who wear them, runners may also benefit.
                                                                    If your team needs more than two - please just ask.  

posted: 3rd June 2015 - always current


Spectators who are not just watching

Parents - please be aware of what your children are getting up to while you or their siblings are training.

Please do not allow them to -
  • go onto the field where training is taking place
  • enter another sporting area, 
  • climb on fences or backnets, 
  • hit/kick/throw balls or toys in the vicinity of players or other families
  • run out into the carpark
  • enter the canteen
  • run near the bbq
  • go to the toilet unsupervised
  • drop rubbish

Parents - for your own safety and to give the coaches some space - you are invited to sit along the outer long sides of the field only - not along the fence at the goal ends, and not between, or anywhere, on the field.

Help is always appreciated with packing up chairs, sweeping out, cleaning toilets.
So if you see a job that you can help with please ask how you can give a hand. (We love applause.

posted: 22 March 2016 - always current


Venues - updated

With such a wide range of competitions and fields, it has happened that, players sometimes turn up at the wrong field!

Check here --Venues-- before setting the GPS 


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