Congratulations to everyone who trialled and made one of the selected three teams. The people that did not make one of the “top” teams have been placed in another team with people they know and want to play with. They also got to choose the division/competition level they wish to play in.
Training will begin week 1 term 3, same with their first games.
We are still waiting for a draw to come out to see what days your child will play but it will be similar to last year. They will either play on Thursday or Friday afternoons.
Miss Turner will work out the cost of fees over the holidays and will let you know the first week back next term.
Coaches: We are seeking coaches for 4 teams. They will need to have some hockey knowledge to help run training and assist with subbing at the game. If you are interested, can you please email Jess Turner (email@example.com).
KIS Black, White, Red and Green – Tuesday 4-5pm on RDT Turf (1/4 turf each)
Girls 1st, Boys 1st and 1st Mixed – Wednesday 4-5pm on CET and RDT (one team 1/2 turf, the other two 1/4. This will be shared around each week).
Dorn’e Hyman, Anya Hyman, Kahneisha Woods-Eruera, Poppy Wilde, Lily Craig, Elizabeth Martin, Susie Finlayson, Alexis Hannam, Aimee Harrison and Brooke Woodworth.
Coach: Miss Turner
Cohen Douglas, Kalym Werder, Tommy Litchfield, Kade Cuff, Harry Scott, Caleb Yeates, Casey Wright, Tane Traill, Hunter Martin and Cruz Ogle.
Coach: Warren Litchfield
Kyle Waldron, Alana Renwick, Maia Henry, Amy Sander, Peyton Slatter, Katy Gibbons, AJ Shirley, Jackson Wood, Cameron Groves and William Liang.
Coach: Mr Kini
Maia Bucknell, Jaimee Henwood, Unity Godfrey, Sharna Pearson, Blake Smeath, Bradley Browne, Coby Kallu, Grace Farrier and Megan Pascoe.
Toby Trigg, Taylah Boyce, Emma Arlidge, Eva Alldred, Savannah France, Abbie Franklin, Jivahn Herbert, Kate Goodall and Imogen Parker.
Kate Leyland, Charlotte Ballantine, Aislin Brophy, Lucia Fenwick, Paige Burns, Thalia Rudd, Keely Wiseman, Natalie Redwood and Abbey Palmer.
Chloe Kleingeld, Sam MacDonald, Ariane Welsh, Poppy Leef, Mikayla Webb, Toby Ludlow, Jack Hay, Shaivi Panchal and Liam Harvey.
PHOTOS OF THE NORTHLAND BLACK STICKS – GOLD PARADE Photos courtesy of Peter Nicholson – Friday 11th May 2018
STACEY MICHELSEN 275 CAPS for NEW ZEALAND 16 June 2019 vs Belgium
To play one match for your country is the pinnacle of any athletes dreams and a fulfilment of endless hours of training and countless practise sessions. To play 275 matches for New Zealand, shows everyone your commitment, your focus and your dedication to your chosen sport.
Congratulations Stacey on becoming the most capped Women’s Black Stick! Thank you for showing us what it means to be “The Best that You Can Be!”
Whāia te iti kahurangi ki te tūohu koe me he maunga teitei
Seek the treasure you value most dearly: if you bow your head, let it be to a lofty mountain
New Zealand Commonwealth Games Hockey Team – Gold Coast 2018
NEW ZEALAND WOMEN’S HOCKEY TEAM 2018 GOLD COAST COMMONWEALTH GAMES “WINNERS OF THE GOLD MEDAL”
New Zealand Women’s Hockey Team for 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games
Congratulations to those named to the New Zealand Women’s hockey team which includes 5 Northlanders, 4 of which are former Kamo Intermediate students.
Ella Gunson, Samantha Harrison, Madison Doar and Captain Stacey Michelsen, who all attended KIS were named to the squad along with fellow Northlander Brooke Neal. Sam and Madi (who is the youngest in the team at 18) both played for the KIS 1st XI while they were here at Kamo Intermediate.
Well done to all those selected and we look forward to watching you all in the hockey competition (5-14 April) with their first game against Scotland 1.30pm (NZ time) on Tuesday 5 April.
GO BLACK STICKS GO!!!
Back Row: Shiloh Gloyn – Sam Charlton – Olivia Merry – Madi Doar – Brooke Neal – Grace O’Hanlon – Sam Harrison – Pippa Hayward – Stacey Michelsen (C) – Rose Keddell Front Row: Anita McLaren – Tarryn Davey – Francis Davies – Ella Gunson – Sally Rutherford – Kelsey Smith – Liz Thompson – Tessa Jopp
New Zealand Women’s Hockey Team Articles for 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games