Southern United Hockey Club Clinics
SUHC’s present and future success depends on the continuous recruitment and development of our junior boys and girls and young adult and adult players.
We offer a wide range of on and off season skills development programs that designed to cater for all players and abilities including the following.
McKenzie’s Skill’s Clinics – A fun environment for kids aged between 6 and 16 to learn new skills and improve existing skills over 3 Sunday evenings. Coached by Premier League Men and Women.
Holiday programs – in 2016 SUHC will be running Hockey Holiday Programs for hockey enthusiasts aged between 6 and 14 who are looking to have fun and improve their game during the holidays.
The first Program is called The Scorching Summer Clinic and is on the 18th and 19th of January.
Hookin2Hockey – SUHC actively supports Hockey Australia’s introduction to hockey program for primary school aged kids. Hookin2Hockey is an ideal way for kids who have never played hockey before to get a comprehensive introduction to the sport from SUHC’s experienced coaches and players.
SUHC’s “Come try hockey clinics” – This is another easy way for those who have never played hockey before to give it a go and also serves as follow up clinics for Hookin2Hockey participants.
Southern United Hockey Academy (SUHA) – Under the direction of former HV High Performance Coordinator and Hockey NZ High Performance Coach Jesse Workman The Academy will help participants reach their potential through a holistic program that will include learning Modern skills, mastering fundamental skills, small games, sports science and other aspects that help create good all around athletes.
Coached by some of the best State Athletes and Coaches. In 2017 International Hockey Legend Waseem Ahmed will be coaching the program. For the first time ever Goalies will also be part of SUHA.
Goal keeping clinics – SUHC’s experienced senior goalies offer goal keeping clinics for up and coming keepers throughout the regular season. See our goalie corner.
For more information on SUHC’s introductory and skills development clinics contact the Jesse Workman at firstname.lastname@example.org