Yaralla Hockey Sign On
Yaralla Hockey Sign On

Yaralla Hockey Sign On

Yaralla Hockey has been a part of the Gladstone community for many years, founded in 1968, Yaralla is well known name.

Unfortunately over those years our Junior and senior clubs struggled to field teams, which resulted in our club no longer being able to field junior teams in the competition.

In 2014 a group of hardworking and dedicated members started to rebuild the club from the ground up, finally acquiring the numbers to field 2 new junior teams.

U7 and an U9, as well as the 2 existing senior teams. Our numbers have really started to grow from there, and last season, 2016, resulted in being our best season yet!

Not only did we manage to field 2 x U7 teams, 2 x U9 teams, 2 x U11 teams and for the 1st time. an U13 girls team... one of our teams, The U11 Black team, made it all the way to The Grand Final for Pool B.

This is such an achievement in only 3 seasons of hockey!! We have some super talented kids emerging out of our club, we had 3 represent Port Curtis in the school kids competition, 2 girls and a boy, and out of those 3, 1 of them made it all the way to represent QLD!

We don't just have talented juniors, one of our senior men also represented QLD last season, and from there has been selected to play for Australia!!! He flies to NZ in April!!!!

Our club is extremely proud of all our players, and are looking to grow even bigger this year.

If you are wanting to come and join the fun of Hockey, with a great bunch or people, come down to sign on day February 11th 3-6pm, at the Hockey fields. All age groups wanted - Juniors from 5years and up, and both Senior Men and Women.



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