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Umpire Spotlight - January

Posted by Allegra Whistler at Feb 13, 2019 6:25AM PST ( 0 Comments )
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Robin Goodman is our Umpire of the Month for January!

Robin has been with the Tri-City Eagles field hockey club for over 13 years as a player, coach and umpire! She began her umpire journey seven years ago because she wanted to become more involved with the sport that she loved, and also make some side cash. Robin is one of our few high-rated provincial umpires in the club, and just received her recertification. She enjoys umpiring because it provides her with challenges and gives her a different perspective, and appreciation, for field hockey. “I feel like the more I develop as an umpire, the more I learn and become a better player”, says Robin.

Currently, Robin plays on our Division 1 women’s league team, and coaches for Shiv’s Coaching Academy. She has recently graduated from SFU with a Bachelors of Science in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, and hopes to become a veterinarian.

Robin’s advice to young upcoming umpires is “be confident, and don’t be afraid to challenge yourself to umpire difficult games. I feel that I have always learned the most from higher level games.” I couldn’t agree more Robin!

Thank you for all the hard work you do for our club! We hope you continue to umpire, play and coach with us for many more years to come.

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Call for Umpires: Spring 2019

Posted by Allegra Whistler at Feb 4, 2019 8:37AM PST ( 0 Comments )

Hello Tri-City Eagles!

As the spring season approaches we are looking to assemble our umpiring team for 2019. Please fill out this Google form if you are interested in umpiring: https://goo.gl/forms/FKAjXWXdNsdowRbM2

We are trying to get as many responses as possible before Friday, February 8th so we can put in an umpire uniform order with FHBC.

Please feel free to contact your umpire coordinators (myself and Mercedes Hamilton) with any questions via our email tceaglesumpires@gmail.com.

Thanks!

Are you looking for something fun to do over Spring Break?
Consider enrolling into our Spring Break Field Hockey Camp!!!

When: March 25 – 27, 2019

Time: 9:00 to 11:00 am for U 12 and U15 age group.
The players will train separately, with their age groups

Where: Cunnings Field, Coquitlam

Objectives of the Camp – Basic to Intermediate level:
 Develop graceful style of play
 Teach correct technique to execute the basic skills
 Develop game sense & decision making ability
 Introduce the concept of triangle play
 Develop game sense via mini games; game based training
 Fun exercises

Registration open Feb. 15, 2019 at: www.tcfieldhockey.com Fee: $75.00
Space will be limited and must have at least 10 players to run camp.
Shiv’s Coaching Academy’s Vision is to Develop World Class Field Hockey Players

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Drop In and Tri It Session

Posted by Tri-City Eagles Field Hockey Club at Jan 12, 2019 9:35AM PST

A field hockey Try It Session for anyone:

  • interested in playing field hockey
  • is under age 18
  • is interested in playing this spring with Tri-City Eagles Spring Program

On Saturday, January 19 from 1:00 to 2:30 come to Mobilio Field at Town Centre Park and try field hockey. It’s free!

Please arrive and be ready to play promptly at 1:00. Wear weather appropriate clothing and runners. We play in rain but not in snow. There will be field hockey sticks available at the session.

Immediately following the Try It Session the club’s top competitive team will be playing a game. You are invited to stay and watch highly skilled players take to the field.

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The Umpire of the Month for November is Alyssa Tong!

Alyssa, one of our younger and upcoming umpires, began playing for the club over 8 years ago. She began umpiring several years ago to develop a deeper understanding of the game. Her favourite part of umpiring is being able to support players and watch the Tri-City teams at all levels of play.

In addition to umpiring, Alyssa coaches one of our U12 teams in the Spring, and plays for the Tri-City Eagles Champions team during the fall. She also played for the Port Moody Secondary School, where she is in her final year of study. After Alyssa graduates this year, she hopes to play field hockey at a varsity level and pursue a nursing career.

We are fortunate to have such a bright, positive young lady on our umpiring squad. Thank you Alyssa for stepping up and representing our club!