We offer the options of Premier, Premier Reserve, Division 3 and 4 Men's Teams, as well as offering Premier Reserve and Division 3 Women's Teams. Marist Hockey is a friendly, social club with the commitment to our players to enable personal development in ALL areas of Hockey and we have some fantastic coaches to help do this. All our teams competed well in last year's season and our aims for the up and coming season, is to do the same if not better with a well organised programme for our teams.
A HUGE CONGRATULATIONS must go out to all of our club members who made it into representative teams for their region. As well as club members who received internal Marist Hockey awards for their commitment and efforts in the 2019 Winter season.
2020 season starts April 24th
Be apart of a fun and dynamic club and the winners of the Club of the Year At Central Hockey Community Award
2020 Coaching Staff:
Prem Men Al Grieve
Prem Reserve Men Lee Porteous
Prem Reserve Woman Nathan Ryba and Lance Beaman
HOCKEY MANAWATU Has SUSPENDS ALL HOCKEY UNTIL 2 MAY 2020
Following a national conference call today, led by Hockey New Zealand, all New Zealand Hockey Associations agreed that all club, school and community hockey will be postponed from Thursday 19 March until Saturday 2 May.
The postponement includes all hockey matches and training activities, including representative and development programmes, community and school competitions, pre-season trials and all other hockey activities. As far as possible, we will conduct essential and community meetings online.
Although we understand that the postponement will disrupt preparation and planning for the 2020 season, we believe that the health and wellbeing of our hockey community is paramount, and is a necessary step in helping to minimize the spread of Covid-19.
We are monitoring guidelines from relevant institutions, including the Ministry of Health, Sport New Zealand and Hockey New Zealand, and may, if required issue further communiques, to ensure that our hockey community remains informed.
We urge our community to follow MOH guidelines to mitigate against the spread of the virus, and have communicated in that regard on both our website and Facebook page, as well as through information posters around our facility.
In particular, we request that anyone who has been outside of the country not visit our facilities within 14 days of their return, and that anyone feeling unwell not visit our facilities at this time. We have placed a visitors’ book next to the steps to the entrance of our building, and request that all visitors to our facility sign in, so that we have a traceable record should it be needed at any point.
Please bear with us during this challenging and disruptive time, as we work collectively to combat the rapid spread of this virus.