Updated December 2019
|Brianna Coleman – Vice President Women’s Administration|
|Mobile: 0448 406 firstname.lastname@example.org|
Melville Hockey Club cater for women’s players of all ages and abilities. We are currently fielding 8 women’s teams, with 7 playing on turf and 1 on grass, making us one of the biggest women’s clubs in the Perth Metropolitan region. With our large number of teams, Melville has the ability to cater for players at all levels, from National and International to those wanting to give hockey a go for the first time.
Melville in 2020 will be one of only two clubs to compete in the top 3 women’s grades in the Perth Metropolitan competition. All Melville turf teams have the opportunity to train on turf at least once a week at our home ground Pulse Stadium/Morris Buzacott Reserve.
Our teams are split into the following squads:
- Top Squad – Premier 1, Premier 2, Premier 3 and Junior Development
- Middle Squad – Division 6 (4s) and Division 7 Gold (5s)
- Lower Squad – Division 9 (6s and 7s)
- Grass – Metro 1s
This split allows Melville as a club to get the best out of our players and giving all turf groups access to adequate turf time for grading and skill development. Melville’s grading process runs throughout the entire preseason, with a final grading day scheduled towards the end of March each year.
If you are looking to join Melville in 2020 or are a current player and have any queries, please contact Brianna Coleman (details at top of page).
- Saturday 4 April – 4s to 7s and Metros
- Saturday 18 April – 1s, 2s and 3s
Saturday 15 February - Fitness for all squads
In 2020 we will be running fitness as an entire womens’ squad, with different options available at each session for our varying fitness levels
8am–9:30am – Enright Reserve, Hamilton Hill
- Top Squad Pre-Season Calendar (updated 10/2)
- 4s and 5s Pre-Season Calendar
- 6s and 7s Pre-Season Calendar
Season 2019 Wrap Up
Congratulations to all our teams on a successful 2019 season, especially to our Premier Alliance Women who were Premiers for the 3rd year in a row.