Welcome to Central Hockey Club 2022 !
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All Central members are invited to attend
CENTRAL HOCKEY CLUB INC.
2022 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
To be held
6pm, Tuesday 13 December 2022
Members Room, National Hockey Centre Lyneham
Any Notices of Motion must be emailed to email@example.com no later than Tuesday 29 November 2022
Central Director nominations
The Central Board comprises up to 5 Directors elected by members and up to 2 Directors nominated by the Board.
At this AGM 2 elected Director positions will be vacant.
Vacating elected and current nominated Directors can stand for election.
Directors are elected to the Central Board rather than to individual positions, with the Board members deciding roles including President, Treasurer and Secretary after the AGM.
Nominations for a Director must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday 29 November 2022. Nomination should outline your relevant skills and experience and must be signed by two (2) active Central Hockey Club members.
Central Hockey Club Draft Strategic Plan
For Member's comments, by 26 November 2022
All Central members are invited to review the draft Central Strategic Plan for 2023-2025.
The Strategic Plan will help guide the Club’s direction and will therefore impact on players, coaches, volunteers and supporters. It is important that members are aware of the Plan and that it reflects the priorities of members.
The Draft Strategic Plan can be viewed on the "ABOUT" Page of the Main Menu.
Click the "ABOUT Page - Strategic Plan" below, for quick access.
Vale Ray Brown OAM
Central Hockey Club mourns the loss of Ray Brown, a leading light for our Club for almost 60 years, who passed away today. Ray has been resident at Port Macquarie for the last few years.
Sending Sincere Condolences to wife Betty, children Kerry, Tony and Lesley and Grand Children Jarred, Declan, Philip and Rachel and all the families.
Ray was pre-eminent in building the firm foundation upon which the success of Central Hockey Club, as we know it today, is based.
Ray joined CHC in 1962 from Goulburn Colts. He was the catalyst and prime mover in the creation and rise of the Boy's section of the Club, nurturing & supervising the rise from one to twelve teams, in five years (1965-70).
Order Of Australia Medal for Services to Hockey
CHC Life Member with Gold Medallion
Club President (9 years)
Club Patron (11 years)
Club Junior President and Coach
Club Official in some capacity from 1966 to 2019.
Life Member ACT Junior Hockey Association
Life Member ACT Hockey Association
Life Member The Hockey Centre Inc.
Ray as never been off the Official list of a hockey association in Canberra since 1966.
A member of The Hockey Centre since inception, Ray is one of the instigators of the facility.
The NHC Indoor Stadium is named the "R.J. Brown Stadium" for his committed contribution.
Rest In Peace
Details of a Memorial Gathering in Canberra will be advised by the family at an appropriate time.
2022 - Another Successful Year
for Central Hockey Club...
CL1 Premiers - Men
Brophy Medal Winner - Ben Craig CL1M Team
HACT Coach of the Year Matt Hotchkis & Andrew Brick
CL2 Premiers - Men
CL2 Runners Up - Women
SL3 Runners Up - Men
SL4 Premiers - Women
U18/1 Premiers - Boys
U18/1 Runners Up - Girls
U15/2 Runners Up - Girls
U13/1 Premiers - Girls
U11/1 Premiers - Boys
U11/1 Joint Premiers - Girls
HACT 2022 Men's Club Champions
HACT 2022 Junior Girls Club Champions
Congratulations to ALL.
Get In The Game
Welcome to Central Hockey Club! Formed in 1955, we are one of the oldest and most successful hockey clubs in the ACT. We cater for all Senior & Junior age groups and skill levels, indoor & outdoor, from those players at the elite level to those who have never played before.
At Central, we are very fortunate to have the support of some very good sponsors. Time and again, they have displayed a willingness to support both the community and hockey as a sport. For that we are very grateful.
We would like to thank them….
We greatly appreciate our long (well over 10 years) association with the Canberra Labor Club, without whose assistance we would struggle to support a Club the size of ours with over 300 players. In these times of tight competition with other sports, the Labor Club are the reason we can stay competitive with our fee structures, which have not changed significantly over a number of years. Please show your support by following Canberra Labor Club at the following links: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram