Training in 2022

 

Juniors

U7s & U9s –

 

U11s –

U13G –

U16G –

 

Seniors

Mens Hockey –

D1M –

D3M –

Womens Hockey –

D1W –

D2W –

D3W Piranhas –

D3W Pelicans –

 

 

 WET WEATHER

If it’s raining go to www.tweed.nsw.gov.au/Sportsfields or use the Tweed Council App to see if the Merv Edwards Oval is open for use and give the contact for that grade or age group a phone call.

TURF RULES

Turf rules must be obeyed even during training.

  1. Only the coaches, Managers and players permitted in the dugouts
  2. Access the field is via the middle gate near the dugouts – at no time are you permitted to jump the fence
  3. No Chewing gum or food of any description on the field
  4. No smoking, drinking alcohol or eating in the dugouts or the cemented area near the dugouts
  5. All persons who enter the field including umpires – MUST wash your shoes in the basin provided. If the foot wash is dirty, please hose it out and re-fil.
  6. No jewellery, including watches are to be worn on the field.
  7. All buckles on goalkeepers equipment to be covered at all times – by tape over the exposed buckles.
  8. Players are not permitted to wear foot ware with any tags or hard cleats.
  9. Players must not use sticks with splits or rough jagged edges.
  10. If bleeding occurs the player must leave the field immediately and cannot return until the wound has been covered and all traces of blood are removed from the area. Any clothing is to be removed and a fresh uniform is to be worn back onto the field.
  11. At half time both teams retreat back to respective dugouts and have their talk and water.
  12. Please do not place milk crates or other water bottle carriers on the surface.
  13. When washing your mouth out please use the drain to dispose of water.
  14. NO TRAINING IN THE MAIN CIRCLE AREA – ALL TRAINING MUST BE DONE IN THE SIDE NETS. If the goals are not in the side please move them. Teams/Clubs found using the main circles to train in may expect fines!
  15. NO SPITTING ON THE TURF!!

 For teams regularly training on the turf be familiar with regulations regarding opening and closing the complex and turning on and off the lights.