18 Jan 2020
Another major honour for Southern United Hockey Club’s Amy Lawton. At the Australian Institute of Sport awards presentation, the 17-year-old was named emerging athlete of the year. “From the time Amy came into the women’as high performance program she has made a fantastic contribution to the Hockeyroos group,’’ Hockey Australia high performance director Toni Cumpston said. “She is a great talent, works really hard at training and shows a maturity on the field beyond her years.’’
15 Jan 2020
2020 registrations are now open. Like previous years, registration and payment of club fees AND registration and payment of Hockey Victoria fees is required. Southern United registration will be completed via the Majestri system again. It will remember your details from last year to make life easier. During the Majestri registration you will see four […]
22 Dec 2019
We know the timing is tough with holidays, but a BBQ is a way that as a club we fundraise to keep our club going. We will need volunteers for Friday afternoon from 3-5 pm to cut up all the sausages as well as on on the Saturday . If any club member is able […]
17 Dec 2019
Congratulations to Craig Marais who has been elevated to the National Junior Squad following a strong Hockey One campaign. Craig was the youngest member of the Hockey Club Melbourne team but oozed confidence and played with a maturity beyond his years. He scored possibly the goal of the competition too.
11 Dec 2019
Check out our general club calendar at https://suhc.com.au/general-calendar/ Training schedule is available at https://suhc.com.au/section-information/training-schedule/
10 Dec 2019
The well deserved accolades for Amy continue. At the 2019 Australian Institute of Sport Awards night Amy was awarded Emerging Athlete of the year. Read more here
08 Dec 2019
Our Under 18 girls have taken out gold medal for the Under 18 Club championships for the second year in a row, when they beat Waverley in the gold medal match 3-1. These girls with only one “top age” girl have another year in under 18s. This cohort of girls have had an impressive […]
26 Nov 2019
It’s been a historic week for Southern United Hockey Club. Seventeen-year-old Amy Lawton, who while juggling Year 12 commitments at Haileybury College has played 10 games for the Australian women’s hockey team, has now been named in the Hockeyroos squad for 2020. In more exciting news, Nathan Ephraums, who travelled to the Oceania Cup with the Kookaburras as an emergency earlier this year, has been named in the Australian men’s hockey squad, the Kookaburras.