News and Announcements

Reminder to all Junior players that registration for the Spring 2020 closes on February 3rd,
All players who register after this date will be placed on a WAIT list and not be placed on a team until a spot becomes available.
Please remember you must register or renew your membership with FHBC before registering with TCEFHC!
Don’t wait….REGISTER NOW!

Calling all mites, mini’s, and Junior players (U5 to U18)!!

Registration for the Spring Season opens December 15th. We are looking forward to a great season so please don’t wait too long to register! Registration deadline for Junior players is Feb. 3rd and for mini/mite players, Feb. 24.

Some details and important dates for you:

  1. The season runs March 30th to June 21st, 2020
  2. Players have one practice a week and games are on Saturday and Sundays
  3. Sunday, January 12th is our “Drop in and Try it” event 12:00 to 1:30 at Cunnings Field.
  4. Stick and equipment sale is on March 29th

Come out and join the fun this year!

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Looking for a Volunteer!

Posted by Tri-City Eagles Field Hockey Club at Nov 12, 2019 3:03PM PST

Have you been thinking you’d like to get involved and or support TCEFHA at a Board level?

Are you a great communicator? Competent with email, word processing, and use of team pages?

Then we need and have an opportunity for YOU!

Tri- City Eagles Field Hockey Club is looking for someone to be our Communications Coordinator! This role provides a variety of communication and website support to the Tri-City Eagles Field Hockey Club. Please see attached for a complete description of what the job entails. The work can be done at home and the time commitment is flexible.

Please let us know if you would be interested by emailing us at: “

The document Communicatons_Coordinator.doc was attached to this post.

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Umpire Opportunities

Posted by Allegra Whistler at Sep 18, 2019 10:37AM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Greetings Tri-City Eagles! The local school districts are looking for umpires to help officiate the middle school and high school games in September and October. See below for more details:

Middle School Umpires
Recreational 7 v. 7 games with 2 × 20 minute halves. Umpires will receive $20/game. Games are on Fridays at 3:45 pm. Please contact Kelly Murray ( if you’re interested!

High School Umpires
Community to competitive full field games. Umpires will receive $30/game. Games are on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 3:30 pm. Please contact Christine Jenkins ( if you’re interested! The following schools are still looking for umpires:

  • Charles Best
  • Centennial
  • Heritage Woods
  • Port Moody
  • Riverside
  • Maple Ridge

Provincial Clinic
FHBC will be hosting a provincial clinic at Killarney Community Centre on October 1st & 8th from 6:30-9:30 pm. Find out more information on the FHBC website: or contact Kurt de Bois (

Interesting in umpiring and have questions? Contact me at!


Posted by Allegra Whistler at Aug 3, 2019 6:34PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Our Umpires of the Month for June are Abbie Collett, Rebecca Lyon and Malcolm Lemaire!

For the month of June, we decided to split the Umpire of the Month award between three of our young umpires that successfully passed their community this spring season!

Abbie (left) has played field hockey for 8 and started umpiring in 2018, as she wanted to give back to the club and to understand the game better. As an umpire, she enjoys helping young players, such as our mites and minis, improve their skills. Abbie’s main goal this season was to pass her community assessment, and she has succeeded! She hopes to develop as an umpire as time goes on and play during the fall league.

Rebecca (centre) has been with the TCE field hockey club since the age of six – over 11 years of hockey! She currently plays on our fall division 1 women’s squad and the U18 Venom. Outside of the club she plays on a regional team and for Port Moody Secondary School. Rebecca decided to join the TCE umpiring squad to learn more about field hockey. In the future, Rebecca hopes to work towards her provincial umpire certification.

Last but not least, Malcolm (right) has been playing field hockey for over 9 years. Her currently plays for the Gobind Sarvar in Surrey. Like Abbie and Rebecca, he decided to become an umpire to better understand the game and to make money! As an official, he enjoys keeping the game safe and fair. Malcolm hopes to learn more as an umpire and upgrade his rating.

It has been rewarding to watch all three of you improve and become strong independent umpires this season. Congratulations on obtaining your community rating! We look forward to your achievements in the future.