News and Announcements
Christine Hall, picture here on the right with Robin Goodman, passed her Community Umpire Assessment
Although Christine just took the course this April, she was a quick learner and showed real confidence on the field.
We hope to see Christine around the turf both playing and umpiring for many years to come
Great Job Christine
Alex Itcush passes her Community Assessment. Alex took the Provincial Umpiring Course last year, trained during the 2016 and 2017 Junior Spring Season
Picture here with Robin Goodman, Alex receives her PASS on the ASSESSMENT Report
Alex continues to support the Club with umpiring assignments and Robin has been a fixture within our Club for many years.
Congratulations to both Ladies on their commitment to the CLUB and Field Hockey
Pictured is some of our Umpires in Training
From Left to Right is Rachel Hall, Christine Hall, Leigha Steer, Miah-Jean Cade, Isabella Battista, and Alex Itcush
Christine, Miah-Jean, Isabella and Alex have all since passed their Community Assissment. Leigha passed last year and continues to help the younger umpires, while Rachel will continue work towards her goal
Congratulations to all the girls on their commitment to the CLUB and supporting the sport. We look forward to seeing all your faces around for many years to come.
Nice Job Ladies
The Killer Whales, shown here, went undefeated in the tournament, and winning GOLD against the NorthEast DIvsion which comprises North/West Vancouver and Vancouver. The won the game 4-1
Representing the Club was Sawyer Page, Aerin Park, Sarah Mastromanaco, Claire Heisler, and Natalie Winter.
Good Luck to All on your Team BC Selection
You can review their profile and those of others within the Club that have excelled in the Sport and are all Tri-City Eagles Club Members by going to the link below:
At the Vancouver Womens Field Hockey Association League Meeting, Cydney Smythies long time contributor to Field Hockey within our Community was presented with the Jennifer Pearson Award.
The Jennifer Pearson Trophy is awarded in recognition of a team member who has not only contributed to her club and team but also to the league
Not only has she provided excellent service to our club for many years as the Fall Women’s coordinator but she continues to do so as a club administrator. She has created an assessment and tryout procedure for our fall women’s program that is second to none and is being adopted by a number of other clubs in our league. This process she continues to refine every year to create an efficient and transparent system that is fair to all players, coaches and teams and also meets our club’s mandate to produce the most competitive teams possible at every division.
Cydney is also very active at the league level and was instrumental in providing significant insight and feedback to a number of controversial proposals that have surfaced in our league. She has joined and created a number of subcommittees including the games committee charged with significant restructuring of our divisions and tiers in an ongoing effort to provide fair and competitive divisions at every level. Cyd also led the charge to create the ‘proxy’ system of voting to ensure all clubs had a fair representative voice in all matters concerning the league.
Cydney continues to play, umpire, coach and organize to this day and has done so for decades. This year she even stepped in to coach at the high school level when another coach could not be found and also umpired a number of games. She emulates fair play in every aspect of the game and we are hopeful that she will continue to hold leadership positions within our club and league for many years to come. The league will not find a more more worthy recipient for the Jennifer Pearson award.
Congratulations to Cydney Smythies from across everyone in our Field Hockey Community