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MAY MELTDOWN 2022 CHAMPIONS!

Spring 2024 Recreation Field Hockey Information

REGISTRATION LINK ABOVE

Join Come and play field hockey with the Dragons. 

No field hockey experience necessary.

KWOH strives to provide a program with an emphasis on having fun in a welcoming team environment while learning field hockey skills.  

The 2024 Spring Program will include an 1 hour practice during the week and a 1 hour game on Saturday mornings.

Program Dates:  April 29th to  June 22nd

Age:- girls & boys born 2013-2018 (Grade SK to Grade 5)
            -girls born 2006-2012 (Grade 6- Grade 12)


Practice Times:       

U11: (Grade 3-5) Wednesday: 6-7pm
U15: (Grade 6-8) Mondays: 6-7pm or 8-9pm
(rotating schedule)
U18: (Grade 9-12) Wednesday: 7-8pm
U9: (SK-Grade 2) Practice & Play 1 hr Saturday mornings only
                                            

Game Times:     Saturday: 9am  - 1pm                                          

Location:            Woodside Park, Highland Road, Kitchener

Equipment:    Players will need a field hockey stick, mouth
                               guard, & shin guards. Team shirt will be
                                provided.


New U9 & U11 players will be provided with a free stick                

Cost:  U9- $75
               U11, U15 & U18- $225
              Early Bird price until April 7th- $200

Questions:       please email: fieldhockeykwoh@gmail.com

Coaching Help:  Coaches and assistant coaches for needed for our players. No experience is necessary and we will provide practice plans, basic field hockey skills and rules of the game. The success of our program depends on parent volunteers helping with the teams. Thank you for considering joining our coaching team!

OPEN HOUSE APRIL 6, 2024

KW Dragons will be at the University of Waterloo Columbia Ice Fields Gym 3, on April 6, 2024 from 10am-12pm.

Come and try field hockey for the first time, meet with the KW Dragons to answer any questions, have  a custom mouth guard made and purchase field hockey equipment from AKPro.

See you there!

Dragons Competitive Program Field Hockey Information Spring 2024

KW Dragons will have three competitive teams:

U14, U16 & U18. Please click on the competitive program tab at the top of the page for more information regarding each of the teams.

Note: Registration is required to attend tryouts.


 

UMPIRES WANTED!

Looking for a way to earn extra money?  We are looking for anyone 14 years of age or older that would be interested in becoming an umpire for field hockey.  Training will be provided. 

If you are interested, please contact Jody MacDonald - macdonaldjl@yahoo.ca

Volunteer Positions!

Volunteer positions:

  • Coach 
  • Assistant coach
  • Coaches and assistant coaches for needed for our players. No experience is necessary and we will provide practice plans and basic field hockey skills and rules of the game. The success of our program depends on parent volunteers helping with the teams. Thank you for considering joining our coaching team!
  • Festival day planning committee 
  • Board member 

If You Are Interested, Please Email fieldhockeykwoh@gmail.com

KWOH Field Hockey

KWOH is a co-ed field hockey club consisting of both house league and competitive teams. Our house league program is for boys and girls U9 and U11 and female only U13, U15 and  U18.

In the Fall, we offer a weekly Skills program for 12-18 year old girls.

In December, we move inside to the gym and play Indoor Field Hockey. This is a much faster game and allows girls to continue enjoying the sport they love all year long. The Indoor season consists of a league that plays January – March at RIM Park.  This program is for girls Grade 7 and older.

Jennifer Bruce

KWOH President


We acknowledge that KW Field Hockey is situated on the Haldimand Tract, land promised to the Haudenosaunee People of the Six Nations of the Grand River, and is within the traditional territory of the Chonnonton, Anishinaabe, and Haudenosaunee peoples.