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Brisbane Hockey Association Inc

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Annual Report

2006
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OFFICIALS....................................................................................................................................................................................... 3 OFFICE BEARERS.......................................................................................................................................................................... 4

PRESIDENT'S REPORT.................................................................................................................................................................. 8 GENERAL SECRETARY'S REPORT.............................................................................................................................................. 9 TREASURER'S REPORT.............................................................................................................................................................. 10


Statement by the Board of Management.............................................................................................................................................................11 Profit & Loss Budget Comparison..................................................................................................................................................................... 2 1 Balance Sheet 2005/2006.................................................................................................................................................................................... 3 1 Notes....................................................................................................................................................................................................................14 Schedule of Fees - 2006...................................................................................................................................................................................... 5 1 Auditor's Report.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6 1 Director of Competitions....................................................................................................................................................................................... 7 1 Director of Administration..................................................................................................................................................................................... 7 1 Director of Umpires..............................................................................................................................................................................................17 Director of Development......................................................................................................................................................................................18 Director of Representative...................................................................................................................................................................................18 Director of Marketing............................................................................................................................................................................................ 8 1 Director of Veterans.............................................................................................................................................................................................19 Director of Juniors................................................................................................................................................................................................20 BJHA Hon Secretary's Report.............................................................................................................................................................................. 0 2 State Premier League..........................................................................................................................................................................................22 State Open Championships.................................................................................................................................................................................22 State Under 18 Championships...........................................................................................................................................................................22 State Under 15 Championships...........................................................................................................................................................................23 State Under 13 Championships...........................................................................................................................................................................23 State Veterans' Championships........................................................................................................................................................................... 4 2 Coulter Shield....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5 2 Brisbane v Sydney...............................................................................................................................................................................................27 Southern Skies Tournament................................................................................................................................................................................27 Australian Teams & Squads................................................................................................................................................................................28 Queensland Teams & Squads.............................................................................................................................................................................28 Senior Team Strengths & Gradings..................................................................................................................................................................... 9 2 Junior Team Strengths & Gradings...................................................................................................................................................................... 9 2 Final Senior Points Tables 2006.......................................................................................................................................................................30 Final Junior Points Tables 2006........................................................................................................................................................................ 2 3 Finalists in Each Senior Division.......................................................................................................................................................................... 3 3 Results of Senior Finals.......................................................................................................................................................................................33 Final Senior Results............................................................................................................................................................................................. 3 3 Finalists in Each Junior Division..........................................................................................................................................................................34 Results of Junior Finals........................................................................................................................................................................................ 4 3 Final Junior Results.............................................................................................................................................................................................. 4 3 The BHA Best & Fairest Medal............................................................................................................................................................................ 5 3 Service Award - Pat Fairhall................................................................................................................................................................................. 5 3 Service Award - Lex Barney................................................................................................................................................................................. 5 3 Players' Player Awards........................................................................................................................................................................................36 Memorial Cup & President's Trophy....................................................................................................................................................................36 Grand Final Player of the Match Awards.............................................................................................................................................................36 Merv Harris Memorial Shield................................................................................................................................................................................ 7 3 Past Winners, M. Harris Memorial Shield............................................................................................................................................................ 7 3 Stan Griffin Club Championship Shield...............................................................................................................................................................38 Past Winners, Stan Griffin Shield........................................................................................................................................................................38 Senior - Past Premiership Winners...................................................................................................................................................................... 9 3 Junior - Past Premiership Winners......................................................................................................................................................................41 Senior - Past Premiership Runners Up................................................................................................................................................................ 2 4 Junior - Past Premiership Runners Up................................................................................................................................................................44 Senior - Past Minor Premiers............................................................................................................................................................................... 5 4 Junior - Past Minor Premiers...............................................................................................................................................................................46 Senior - Past Memorial Cup Winners..................................................................................................................................................................47 Senior - Past President's Trophy Winners........................................................................................................................................................... 9 4 Brisbane v Sydney - Past Winners......................................................................................................................................................................50 Robinson's Sports Store Trophy..........................................................................................................................................................................50

Brisbane Hockey Association (BHA)...................................................................................................................................................................... 4 Brisbane Junior Hockey Association (BJHA)......................................................................................................................................................... 5 BJHA Committees.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 6 Brisbane Hockey Umpires Association (BHUA)....................................................................................................................................................7

DIRECTORS' REPORTS............................................................................................................................................................... 17

REPRESENTATIVE TEAMS 2006................................................................................................................................................. 22

REPRESENTATIVE HONOURS.................................................................................................................................................... 28 COMPETITIONS............................................................................................................................................................................ 29

AWARDS....................................................................................................................................................................................... 35

HISTORICAL LISTS....................................................................................................................................................................... 39

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OFFICIALS
B R I S B AN E H O C K E Y A S S O C I AT I O N I N C (BHA)
PATRON
The Office of the Lord Mayor, The Right Honourable, The Lord Mayor of Brisbane, Councillor Campbell Newman

PRESIDENT
Colin Murphy

GENERAL SECRETARY
Kim Rendell

TREASURER
Paul Saunders

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Colin Murphy (President), Paul Saunders (Finance), Greg Swann (Juniors), Russell Marsden (Competitions), Leon Cross (Umpires), Ian Halliday (Veterans), Barry Bolton (Asst Treasurer), Daryl Sahli (Marketing), Todd Fuller (Development), Peter Harten (Representative) and Phyllis Hawgood (Administration)

HONORARY AUDITOR
Kerry Bebendorf B. Com MPA ASA

PATRON TO BJHA
BHA Inc President, Colin Murphy

REPRESENTATIVE TO HOCKEY QUEENSLAND


Colin Murphy (Deputy: Paul Saunders)

COMMITTEES
BRISBANE JUNIOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION (BJHA) MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
Greg Swann (President); June Grant (Hon Secretary); Barry Bolton (Hon Treasurer); Sandy Ottaway (Hon Assistant Secretary); Terri Evetts (Hon Minutes Secretary); Todd Fuller (Dir of Development); Duncan Campbell (Hon Records Secretary); Kevin Kilkenny (Hon Registrations Officer); Shelley Torrisi (To 8 May) & Tracy Wallis (From 8 May) (Hon Equipment Officer); John Donald (Vice President)

BHA JUDICIARY COMMITTEE


Phil Hack, Darryl Ballantyne, Chris Fenton Deputies: n/a

BHA APPEALS COMMITTEE


Ed Henty Deputies: n/a

BJHA JUDICIARY COMMITTEE


Steve Grehan, Ian Hughes, Tom Whetton Deputies: Brett Gould, Charlie Torrisi

BJHA INVESTIGATION COMMITTEE


Bill Grant, Genelle Brooks, Phil Farlow Deputies: Peter Burke, Karyn Argent

GROUNDS COMMITTEE
Not formed, BHA liaised with ShawSportz Ltd

FINANCE COMMITTEE
C. Murphy, P. Saunders, B. Bolton, N. Ludwig, Ron Marsden

BRISBANE REPRESENTATIVE TEAM SELECTORS


Seniors: Ted Spice, Keith Mapp, Dushen Salecich Under 18: Russell Marsden, Anthony Kenny, Owen Jennings Veterans: Chris Reid, Graeme Higgins, Allen Schasser, Gary Smith Under 15: Anthony Kenny, Peter Harten, Chris Reid Under 13: Geoff Grant, Charlie Torrisi, Kerry Lund Under 11: Bill Grant, Sam Brooks, Phil Farlow

BRISBANE REPRESENTATIVE TEAMS - MANAGERS & COACHES


Premier League - 1 Mngr: Greg Swann; Coach: Graham Taylor Premier League - 2 Mngr: Anthony Kenny; Coach: Dush Salecich State Open Titles Mngr: Anthony Kenny; Coach: Gavin Hanscomb Under 18 - 1 Mngr: Matthew Marsden; Coach: Craig Lagerroth Under 18 - 2 Mngr: Anthony Kenny; Coach: Gary Hjort Under 18 - 3 Mngr: Clarrie Hicks; Coach: Joe Gleadhill Under 15 - 1 Mngr: Duncan Campbell; Coach: Colin Morley Under 15 - 2 Mngr: B Karadzic (To 18 Jun), C Torrisi; Coach: P Harten Under 15 - 3 Mngr: Kerry Lund; Coach: Glenys Harten Under 13 - 1 Mngr: Andrew Bell; Coach: Mark Carter Under 13 - 2 Mngr: Tony Battams; Coach: Grendell Antony Under 13 - 3 Mngr: Brett Gould; Coach: Jim Hamilton Under 11 - 1 Mngr: Alyson Allen; Coach: Geoff Grant Under 11 - 2 Mngr: Mike Barrett; Coach: Jan Hamilton

ASSISTANT COACHES
Under 18: Alan Ferguson (1) Under 15: Tom Whetton (1) Under 13: Sam Brooks (1); Phil Farlow (2); Howard Rowland (3) Under 11: Adam Grant (1); Tim Howard (2)

BHA REGIONAL COACHING DIRECTOR


Lex Barney to 04/06 - George Clutton from 05/06

BHA COACH DEVELOPMENT MENTOR


Darran Bisley

BOOKKEEPER
Susan Johnston

LIFE MEMBERS OF BHA


E.J. Coulter (Dec'd), H.S. Josiffe (Dec'd), G.W. Moessinger, A. Hayward (Dec'd), M. Harris (Dec'd), B. Garraway, S. Griffin, H.A.E. Spice (Dec'd), Ron Marsden, E.K. Spice, D. Hicks, K. Leslie, K. Mapp, D. Salecich

BHA MERIT AWARDS


2001 - D. Hicks, K. Leslie, K. Mapp; 2002 P. Hawgood; 2003 - G. Browning; 2004 - N. Ludwig; 2005 - B. Bolton, J. Grant, G. Swann

LIFE MEMBERS OF BJHA


H.A.E. Spice (Decd), S. Griffin, G. Horn (Decd), R. Rideout (Decd), E. Jones, W. Grant, D. Gargett, June Grant

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OFFICE BEARERS
B R I S B AN E H O C K E Y A S S O C I AT I O N (BHA)
Year 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 Year 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 President E. Bailey C.H. Kappe C.H. Kappe C.H. Kappe C.H. Kappe E. Coulter E. Coulter E. Coulter E. Coulter E. Coulter E. Coulter E. Coulter E. Coulter E. Coulter E. Coulter E. Coulter E. Coulter E. Coulter E. Coulter E. Coulter E. Coulter (To 25/8/52); L. Miles (Fr 26/8/52) L. Miles (To 27/7/53); HS Josiffe (Fr 27/7/53) H.S. Josiffe H.S. Josiffe H.S. Josiffe G.W. Moessinger G.W. Moessinger G.W. Moessinger G.W. Moessinger G.W. Moessinger G.W. Moessinger G.W. Moessinger L. Hailey L. Hailey L. Hailey L. Hailey N.C. Maddock N.C. Maddock N.C. Maddock N.C. Maddock N.C. Maddock B. Garraway B. Garraway B. Garraway B. Garraway B. Garraway B. Garraway H.A.E. Spice H.A.E. Spice H.A.E. Spice H.A.E. Spice H.A.E. Spice J. Fahy K. Mapp K. Mapp K. Mapp E.K. Spice E.K. Spice K.A. Leslie K.A. Leslie K.A. Leslie D.A. Hicks D.A. Hicks D.A. Hicks D.A. Hicks D.A. Hicks President D. Salecich D. Salecich D. Salecich D. Salecich D. Salecich D. Salecich D. Salecich C. Murphy C. Murphy Hon Secretary E. Coulter E. Coulter E. Coulter E. Coulter L.V.M. Jensen L.V.M. Jensen L.V.M. Jensen L.V.M. Jensen D.J. Davis S. Otis S. Otis S. Otis R. Edwards R. Edwards R. Edwards R.J.C. Hill R.J.C. Hill R.J.C. Hill R.J.C. Hill R.J.C. Hill R.J.C. Hill M. Bietz M. Bietz L.H. Moss L.H. Moss R. Myers R. Myers B. Garraway B. Garraway B. Garraway B. Garraway B. Garraway B. Garraway B. Garraway B. Garraway B. Garraway B. Garraway B. Garraway B. Garraway B. Garraway (To 27/4/71); J. Wellington (Fr 24/5/71) J. Wellington K. Holzberger D. Gargett D. Gargett B. McDonald B. McDonald Joyce Lovekin Joyce Lovekin Joyce Lovekin Joyce Lovekin Joyce Lovekin Joyce Lovekin Joyce Lovekin Joyce Lovekin Joyce Lovekin Joyce Lovekin J. Lovekin (To 29/4/88); R. Marsden (Fr 29/4/88) R.N. Hassall R.N. Hassall Phyllis Hawgood Phyllis Hawgood Phyllis Hawgood Phyllis Hawgood Phyllis Hawgood Phyllis Hawgood C. Attard General Secretary D. Gargett D. Gargett K. Rendell K. Rendell K. Rendell K. Rendell K. Rendell K. Rendell K. Rendell Hon Treasurer J. Faulkner J. Faulkner J. Faulkner J. Faulkner S. Berge S. Berge H. McKechnie H. McKechnie R.J.C. Hill R.J.C. Hill R.J.C. Hill R.J.C. Hill R.J.C. Hill R.J.C. Hill R.J.C. Hill R.W. Rye R.W. Rye G.W. Moessinger G.W. Moessinger G.W. Moessinger G.W. Moessinger G.W. Moessinger G.W. Moessinger G.W. Moessinger G.W. Moessinger G. Mapp J. Marshall J. Marshall J. Marshall J. Allen J. Allen J. Allen J. Wellington J. Wellington J. Wellington J. Wellington J. Wellington J. McFarlane J. McFarlane J. McFarlane K. Holzberger R. Brough K. Holzberger J. Grayson P. Baston E. Spice E. Spice E. Spice E. Spice E. Spice E. Spice E. Spice E. Spice E. Spice E. Spice E. Spice R. Marsden (To 16/5/88); H. Birse (Fr 16/5/88) R. Marsden Joyce Lovekin N. Ludwig N. Ludwig N. Ludwig N. Ludwig I. Stabler A. Gough A. Gough Treasurer C. Attard / R.Hurst R. Buchanski R. Buchanski R. Buchanski (To 26/3/01); C. Murphy (Fr 14/5/01) C. Murphy (To 4/2/02); K. Kuhn (11/3/02 29/7/02)
(Vacant 29/7/02 10/3/03) R. Buchanski (Fr 10/3/03)

R. Buchanski P. Saunders P. Saunders

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B R I S B AN E J U N I O R H O C K E Y A S S O C I AT I O N (BJHA)
Year 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 President H. Spice H. Spice H. Spice H. Spice H. Spice H. Spice H. Spice H. Spice H. Spice M. Keyworth A. Robb S. Tucker S. Tucker S. Tucker J. Fahy J. Fahy J. Fahy E. Jones E. Jones E. Jones E. Jones E. Jones E. Jones E. Jones E. Jones E. Jones E. Jones E. Jones E. Jones E. Jones E. Jones E. Jones E. Jones E. Jones E. Jones E. Jones E. Jones (to 01/10/02) C. Munro (to 08/08/03) B. Bolton B. Bolton G. Swann Hon Secretary S. Griffin S. Griffin S. Griffin S. Griffin S. Griffin S. Griffin S. Griffin D. Gargett R. Simmonds J. Elms Mrs. P. Peardon Mrs. P. Peardon Mrs. P. Peardon D. Gargett (to 14/5/79); N. Dunning (fr 2/6/79) N. Dunning D. Gargett K. Gulliver K. Gulliver K. Gulliver K. Gulliver D. Gargett (to 20/6/86); K. Gulliver (fr 21/6/86) Mrs. S. Brown Mrs. S. Brown Mrs. S. Brown Mrs. S. Brown Mrs. K. Bate D. Gargett D. Gargett D. Gargett D. Gargett D. Gargett D. Gargett D. Gargett (Gen. Secretary) D. Gargett (Gen. Secretary) G. Malcolm (Hon. Secretary) D. Gargett (to 2/11/01); Mrs. J. Grant (fr 12/12/01) Mrs. J. Grant Mrs. J. Grant Mrs. J. Grant Mrs. J. Grant Mrs. J. Grant Hon Treasurer M. Dawson M. Dawson R. Rideout R. Rideout R. Rideout R. Rideout R. Rideout R. Rideout R. Rideout R. Rideout R. Rideout R. Rideout R. Rideout R. Rideout R. Rideout R. Rideout R. Rideout R. Rideout R. Rideout N. Ludwig N. Ludwig N. Ludwig N. Ludwig N. Ludwig N. Ludwig G. Kneebone G. Kneebone L. Benson L. Benson L. Benson (to 21/6/95); Mrs R. Synnott (fr 21/8/95) B.Scott Mrs. S. Franklin Mrs. S. Franklin Mrs. S. Franklin Mrs. B. Kreis Mrs. B. Kreis (to 21/05/01); Mrs. K. Kuhn (fr 16/07/01) Mrs. K. Kuhn (to 17/06/02) B. Bolton (from 28/7/03) A. Woods A. Woods B. Bolton

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BJHA C O M M I T T E E S
Year 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Patron L.Hailey L.Hailey N.Maddock N.Maddock N.Maddock N.Maddock N.Maddock B.Garraway B.Garraway B.Garraway B.Garraway B.Garraway B.Garraway Harry Spice Harry Spice Harry Spice Harry Spice Harry Spice John Fahy John Fahy Keith Mapp Keith Mapp Ted Spice Ted Spice Ken Leslie Ken Leslie Ken Leslie Don Hicks Don Hicks Don Hicks Don Hicks Don Hicks D. Salecich D. Salecich D. Salecich D. Salecich D. Salecich D. Salecich D. Salecich Colin Murphy Colin Murphy President Secretary Harry Spice Stan Griffin Harry Spice Stan Griffin Harry Spice Stan Griffin Harry Spice Stan Griffin Harry Spice Stan Griffin Harry Spice Stan Griffin Harry Spice Stan Griffin Harry Spice Daryl Gargett Harry Spice R.Simmonds M. Keyworth J. Elms A. Robb Pam Peardon Sid Tucker Pam Peardon Sid Tucker Pam Peardon Sid Tucker D.Gargett/N.Dunning John Fahy N.Dunning John Fahy Daryl Gargett John Fahy Ken Gulliver Eric Jones Ken Gulliver Eric Jones Ken Gulliver Eric Jones Ken Gulliver Eric Jones D.Gargett/K.Gulliver Eric Jones Shirley Brown Eric Jones Shirley Brown Eric Jones Shirley Brown Eric Jones Shirley Brown Eric Jones Karen Bate Eric Jones Daryl Gargett Eric Jones Daryl Gargett Eric Jones Daryl Gargett Eric Jones Daryl Gargett Eric Jones Daryl Gargett Eric Jones Daryl Gargett Eric Jones Daryl Gargett Eric Jones Daryl Gargett Eric Jones Gary Malcolm Eric Jones Daryl Gargett Eric Jones June Grant C.Munro (to 8/8) June Grant Barry Bolton June Grant Barry Bolton June Grant Greg Swann June Grant Treasurer Mal Dawson Mal Dawson Ron Rideout Ron Rideout Ron Rideout Ron Rideout Ron Rideout Ron Rideout Ron Rideout Ron Rideout Ron Rideout Ron Rideout Ron Rideout Ron Rideout Ron Rideout Ron Rideout Ron Rideout Ron Rideout Ron Rideout Norm Ludwig Norm Ludwig Norm Ludwig Norm Ludwig Norm Ludwig Norm Ludwig Greg Kneebone Greg Kneebone Larry Benson Larry Benson L.Benson/R.Synnott Bob Scott Shelley Franklin Shelley Franklin Shelley Franklin Barbara Kreis B.Kreis/K. Kuhn K.Kuhn 17/6/02 B.Bolton (fr 28/7) Anthony Wood Anthony Wood Barry Bolton Rec. Sec Gordon Horn Gordon Horn Gordon Horn Gordon Horn Gordon Horn Gordon Horn Gordon Horn Gordon Horn Gordon Horn Gordon Horn Gordon Horn Gordon Horn Gordon Horn Gordon Horn Gordon Horn Colleen Maher Colleen Maher Ian Gebhard Ian Gebhard Ian Gebhard Ian Gebhard Marg Martin Marg Martin Narelle Hanley June Grant June Grant June Grant June Grant June Grant June Grant June Grant June Grant June Grant June Grant June Grant June Grant J.Grant/C.Munro Mal Leadbetter Joe Gleadhill Duncan Campbell Duncan Campbell Com.Mem 1 Harry Harris Harry Harris Harry Harris Harry Harris Harry Harris M. Keyworth Harry Harris F.Eustace F.Eustace Les Rendell Pam Peardon Les Rendell K.Foley Gordon Horn John Fahy Daryl Gargett J.Brown Paul O'Brien Com.Mem 2 Ted Naylor Laurie Pitt Laurie Pitt Laurie Pitt Eric Jones Eric Jones Eric Jones Miss G.Howarth John Fahy John Fahy J.Nichols J.Nichols J.Nichols W.Bellingham W.Bellingham W.Bellingham Les Rendell K.Gulliver/J.Giles Min. Sec Gordon Horn Daryl Gargett Daryl Gargett Daryl Gargett Daryl Gargett Daryl Gargett R.Simmonds Eric Jones Eric Jones Eric Jones Eric Jones Eric Jones Eric Jones Eric Jones Eric Jones Keith Tidey Keith Tidey Keith Tidey Keith Tidey Keith Tidey Keith Tidey Keith Tidey Keith Tidey Bob Bullock Lew Gray Lew Gray Peter Hurley Peter Hurley Peter Hurley Peter Hurley Greg Swann Greg Swann Greg Swann Greg Swann Greg Swann Greg Swann Greg Swann Greg Swann Terri Evetts Assist. Sec Reg. Off. Equip. Off.

Gordon Horn Daryl Gargett Daryl Gargett Norm Ludwig Daryl Gargett John Giles John Giles John Giles John Giles Don Richards Don Richards Don Richards Don Richards Don Richards Don Richards Don Richards Barry Bolton Barry Bolton Barry Bolton Barry Bolton Barry Bolton B.Bolton (to 1/8) vacant Sandy Ottaway Sandy Ottaway Paul O'Brien Paul O'Brien Paul O'Brien Paul O'Brien Paul O'Brien Paul O'Brien Paul O'Brien Paul O'Brien Paul O'Brien Paul O'Brien Paul O'Brien Paul O'Brien Paul O'Brien Paul O'Brien John Nicholls Mal Leadbetter Brian Kingsford Sandy Ottaway Kevin Kilkenny Kevin Kilkenny E.Hanscomb E.Hanscomb E.Hanscomb E.Hanscomb M.Williams M.Williams Mavis Jones Mavis Jones Mavis Jones Mavis Jones Mavis Jones Norm Ludwig Norm Ludwig Norm Ludwig Norm Ludwig Shelley Torrisi Shelley Torrisi S.Torrisi/T.Wallis

Director of Development Owen Jennings Owen Jennings Nikki Taylor (13/9) Nikki Taylor (to June) Todd Fuller

B R I S B AN E H O C K E Y U M P I R E S A S S O C I AT I O N (BHUA)
YEAR
1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

PRESIDENT
R H Tait A J Priestley A Lewis L Regnart L Regnart M R Harris M R Harris M R Harris M R Harris M R Harris M R Harris V Morrow V Morrow V Morrow V Morrow A Watson V Morrow S Griffin S Griffin S Griffin S Griffin K Dennis K Dennis K Dennis K Dennis K Dennis D Leighton D Leighton D Leighton D Leighton D Leighton Ron Marsden D Leighton D Leighton D Leighton M Phillips M Phillips M Phillips R Spice R Spice R Spice R Spice R Spice R Spice R Rowley R Rowley R Hurst R Hurst R Hurst R Hurst R Hurst G Day G Day / P Fairhall P Fairhall P Fairhall (to 22/5/05) -

HON SECRETARY
C J Crain C J Crain (to 17/3/52) L V M Jensen (fr 2/6/52) A Watson F Heer F Heer S Griffin S Griffin S Griffin S Griffin S Griffin S Griffin S Griffin C Tarvitt C Tarvitt C Tarvitt C Tarvitt D Gargett D Gargett D Gargett D Gargett D Gargett Ron Marsden Ron Marsden K Martin K Martin K Martin M Phillips M Phillips M Phillips M Phillips P Hack P Hack (to 13/7/82) G Prior (fr 13/7/82) G Prior G Prior G Prior I Naylor P Fairhall (to 12/5/87) I McBryde J Hufer J Hufer J Hufer J Hufer R Gray R Gray D Gargett D Gargett P Askew P Askew G Day G Day G Day S Cross S Cross S Faulks S Faulks J Brough

COMMITTEE MEMBERS
L H Moss, A J Priestley L Miles, L McLaren L Regnart, B Stewart V Morrow, J Burns V Morrow, D Siggs V Morrow, D Siggs J St Ledger, D Siggs K Stedman, D Siggs V Morrow, D Siggs V Morrow, J Bell J Bell, Haysom (to 16/5/61) J McGrath (fr 16/5/61) J McGrath, J Bell L Regnart, J Bell L Regnart, J Grant L Regnart, J Grant J Wellington, J Grant J Wellington, J Grant J Wellington, J Grant V Morrow, R Simmonds, I McBryde C Cooke, K Dennis, J Grant C Cooke, K Dennis, J Grant C Cooke, P Hack, V Morrow G Dickson, P Hack, V Morrow R Marsden, J Nicholls, M Phillips T Crellin, J Nicholls, M Phillips T Crellin, J Nicholls, M Phillips K Dennis, R Marsden, K Martin K Dennis, R Marsden, K Martin R Rideout, R Marsden, G Harris R Rideout, R Marsden, G Harris R Rideout, R Marsden, M Phillips V Morrow, M Monaghan, M Phillips R Rideout, M Monaghan, M Phillips G Harris, M Monaghan, M Phillips G Harris, M Monaghan, M Phillips G Harris, M Monaghan, D Leighton G Harris, M Monaghan, I Naylor J Hufer, G Harris, M Monaghan M Phillips, G Harris, D Murray G Harris, D Murray, T Farrell G Harris, T Farrell, R McDonald G Harris, R McDonald B Stumer, M Weimers, A Lossberg B Stumer, M Weimers, A Lossberg R Hurst, A Lossberg, I Mundy, P Fairhall R Hurst, A Lossberg, I Mundy, J Savage A Lossberg, L Cross, Ian Mundy A Lossberg, P Ludwig, L Cross, I Halliday A Lossberg, P Ludwig, P Fairhall, I Halliday A Lossberg, P Thorpe I Halliday, P Farry(to 1/6/01), I Naylor(to 1/4/01) R Hurst, L Cross, K Ireland, P Fairhall R Hurst, L Cross, K Ireland R Hurst, L. Cross, S. Cross L Cross L Cross

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PRESIDENT'S REPORT
The 2006 BHA Year has been and gone it only seems like yesterday that I was sitting down to write my first Report for the 2005 Season. Perhaps thats a sign of the busy times in which we live! When reflecting on the last two years, I think of 2005 as a stabilisation year and 2006 as the year in which we started to turn the ship around and build some momentum. The hard work has only just started, but the signs are most encouraging. At the time of writing this report, we are close to finalising the 20072012 Strategic Plan for our Association. This Plan lays out the future directions for all areas of our organisation and I strongly encourage all members to take the time to read it and also, identify one or two areas where you could lend a hand to help make it a reality. Daryl Sahli, Todd Fuller, Genelle Brooks and Ian Harcla (along with the BHA Board) have put in a tremendous effort to bring this document to fruition and their hard work is very much appreciated. This year also saw a changing of the guard in terms of our Regional Coaching Director (RCD). Lex Barney has had a significant impact on the careers of many Brisbane players and coaches over a 10-year period and I want to acknowledge and thank Lex for his dedication and hard work over that time. Well done Lex! Under the leadership of Todd Fuller (Director, Development), George Clutton was appointed as our interim RCD and together with the support of Darran Bisley as Coaching Development Manager (CDM), good outcomes have been achieved and the signs are very positive in this area. We now have a Coaching and Development Plan that dovetails with our overall Strategic Plan and well be looking to get on with the implementation of this Plan from 2007. One of the highlights of the season for me was the very successful Antz Day that we ran at Shaw Park for all the Juniors and their parents, families and supporters. There were close to 1,000 sausages consumed in what was a fun day for all. It was fantastic to see so many boys and girls out running around and enjoying themselves. Well definitely be looking to build on this initiative going forward. Another new and exciting initiative championed by Daryl Sahli this year, was Corporate Hockey. Daryl and his team have developed this new initiative to take the game to a new audience businesses and corporations. Due to circumstances beyond our control, the day has had to be delayed until February 2007. However, it is hoped that the event can coincide with the Australia v Netherlands Test Match being held in early February thereby creating an even bigger impact. Congratulations to all the Premiership-winning Teams and the Players of the Finals (details are contained later in this Annual Report). The Premierships were spread across a number of Clubs which was pleasing to see. Also, congratulations to Jay Weatherley from Eastern Suburbs for winning the BHA Best and Fairest Medal. This year, we also tried a different approach to Best and Fairest Medal Presentation. After a number of years of a more formal dinner, we held an event at the Sate Hockey Centre, affectionately titled The Big Gig. Not only was the Division 1 Best and Fairest Medal presented at this event, but the Players Player for each Division were also presented throughout the evening. (Congratulations to each of the winners of these Players Player Awards.) There were a number of positives coming out of this event and well be looking to build further on it for 2007 particularly, in order to ensure that the prestige of the Division 1 Best and Fairest Medal is protected. The Veterans competition continued to grow from strength to strength with additional teams requiring an expansion of the competition to Sunday night as well as the traditional Tuesday night. This is very pleasing to see and a testament to the leadership of Gil Voysey, Ian Edwards and the Vets Committee. Not only has the competition expanded, it continued to be an enjoyable experience with plenty of competitive spirit on the field, matched with much good humour and mateship shared over a cool refreshment afterwards At the end of the 2005 season, Umpiring was identified as one of the highest priority issues that needed to be fixed. During the 2006 preseason, we implemented a new initiative to get more umpires identified, trained and accredited. This initiative was most successful and we received many compliments throughout the year on how much improved the umpiring was compared with recent years and players also expressed how much more they enjoyed their hockey this season. Well done to all involved. One disappointing aspect of

this new initiative was the lack of follow-up throughout the season particularly in terms of assessments and allocations. These areas will be developed and improved for 2007. While on the topic of Umpiring, Id like to recognise the achievement of Pat Fairhall, who this year achieved the milestone of umpiring his 300th First Division Game. This is a tremendous milestone and one of which Pat and his family should be justifiably proud. Congratulations and well done Pat! As we did this year with Umpiring, we need to significantly improve our approach to the provision of Tech Benches for next season. We still have situations where qualified personnel are not provided to look after the Tech Bench responsibilities. The Board is looking at this issue and we will implement a new approach to Tech Benches in the lead-up to the 2007 season. Throughout 2006, Brisbane again fielded teams in all major Regional and State Championships. As a Board, we have taken the opportunity to field up to three teams in each Tournament / Championship in order to give as many players as possible, the opportunity to develop their skills while representing Brisbane. There is still much to be done in ensuring that Brisbane produces its share of talented players achieving higher representative honours. The starting point for this is achieving success at the Brisbanerepresentative level. Congratulations and thanks to all representative players, coaches, managers, umpires and supporters for your achievements in 2006. Financially, our Association continues to be in a strong position and Id like to acknowledge the diligence of Paul Saunders, Susan Johnston and Norm Ludwig for ensuring our on-going viability. Our outstanding debtors accounts continue to be at an all-time low and the payment of our accounts continues to be first class. Thank you Paul, Susan and Norm for another outstanding year. There are a couple of important lessons that we need to take from the 2006 season and improve as we go forward:

Removing personal agendas and biases from the Selection Table.


It is critical that we have fair and transparent selection policies in place and people who will act in a fair and impartial manner to ensure the best players are picked to represent our Association.

Continuing to remove interclub rivalries once we leave the playing


field. The only way for our Association to grow and develop is for all Clubs to work together to ensure the survival of all. We have made some good progress with this aspect over the past two years but there is still much to be done in this area. By the start of next season (2007), the upgrading of the SHC2 and Redcliffe turf fields will be completed. This will give us more options in terms of scheduling games at times that are more family-friendly. We look forward to working with BWHA to develop a workable schedule that meets the needs of all parties. Finally, Id like to take this opportunity to say thanks to the following people for their contributions to the smooth running of the 2006 season:

Kim Rendell for the long hours and hard work that he has provided
across all areas of our Association.

To our Sponsors (through Queensland Hockey Promotions) for


your generous contributions.

All Umpires who helped our games to be played fairly and based
on the feedback weve received, achieved a much higher standard of adjudication than in previous years.

The Tech Bench officials for the many thankless hours they spent
helping to keep the games running smoothly and on time.

The First Aid officials who were always there to assist when
required.

All BHA Coaches and Managers for the investment of time and
expertise that you put into developing our representative teams and players

The Management Committees and Boards of all Clubs (Seniors


and Juniors) for your help and support throughout the year.

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Karin Walduck and the Board and Staff of BWHA for their support
and cooperation throughout the year.

Ken McElligott, Garry West-Bail and the staff at Hockey


Queensland for their assistance in many areas of administering the game throughout 2006.

To the Club Delegates (to both the Senior and Junior Delegates
bodies) for attending the many meetings and for providing invaluable feedback and input into the running of our Association.

The Brisbane Hockey League (BHL) matches were scheduled in a similar fashion to the previous season. All five divisions were played on the artificial surfaces of the State Hockey Centre and the Burringbar Park Facility. BHL1 and BHL2 were played on Saturdays only while BHL3, BHL4 and BHL5 were played predominantly on Sundays with overflow to Saturdays. At one point during the season though, BHA was forced to abandon the use of SHC2 due to concerns about its state and players' safety. BHL5 matches had to be re-scheduled to the grass fields at Shaw Park on one occasion. The central venue concept was maintained for the Classic Hockey League (CHL) divisions. These were played entirely on the grass fields of Shaw Park with the exception of the final fixture day (The Big Gig) and the Finals series which were all played on the SHC grass fields. Veterans Hockey League (VHL) matches were again played predominantly on Tuesday nights. However with the addition of further teams after the commencement of the season, timeslots on Sunday nights were also utilised.

To the Brisbane Junior Hockey Committee for their work in


providing playing opportunities for our Junior Players.

And last, but by no means least to my fellow Board members for


the many hours of personal time that you have given up to assist with the running of the game for all Brisbane players. Thank you. As we move into 2007 and beyond, we continue to be on the lookout for talented and dedicated people to put their hand up to take on roles on the BHA Board and its various subcommittees. If each person took on one task or project for the year, then we would certainly make a significant impact in growing and developing our Association. I encourage everyone associated with BHA to consider what contribution they could make next year and to contact us to nominate the area(s) that youd like to be involved in. Thanks again for your support throughout the year and I look forward to continuing the journey with you in 2007. With best regards

REPRESENTATIVE
Generally your Brisbane representative teams can be credited with solid performances in 2006. The players of each representative team along with the coaches, managers and results are listed in the Representative Teams 2006 section later in this report. For the first time a new position on the BHA Board of Management was created in 2006 with the representative teams and programmes in mind. Throughout 2006, the occupant of this position, Peter Harten, focussed on existing procedures and information gathering. Peter is now poised to make recommendations that are sure to assist with improvements to BHA's representative efforts in all areas.

Colin Murphy
BHA President

COMMITTEES
During 2006 the Judiciary Committee convened on just seven occasions while the Appeals Committee was called upon only once. I thank the members of each of these committees as well as those who volunteered to stand in from time to time. The full-time members of these committees are listed under Officials on page three. As in the previous year the Grounds Committee was not formed. The Association was required to liaise directly with ShawSportz Ltd and Hockey Queensland regarding all matters pertaining to the grass fields used at Shaw Park and SHC respectively.

GENERAL SECRETARY'S REPORT


To be presented at the Seventy Fourth Annual General Meeting of Brisbane Hockey Association Inc to be held at Sports House, Milton, on Monday 11th December 2006. Cr. Newman, Mr. Murphy, Ladies and Gentlemen, I have pleasure in presenting the Annual Report for the 2006 Season. Overall the 2006 Season can be judged as a success for your Association. As always, this is only made possible through the dedication and commitment of your Association's army of volunteers. These include the BHA President and Board, the many club officials and delegates, and the BHA and club coaches and managers.

MEETINGS
The BHA General Committee met on ten occasions beginning with its first, immediately following on from the AGM on 5 th December 2005. The BHA Board of Management met on twenty occasions. This year's Corporate Planning/Strategic Planning sessions were held on 15th October and 5th November. The majority of these meetings were held at the SHC either in the BHA Office in the case of the Board meetings or in the Hockey Queensland Players' Room in the case of the General Committee Meetings. However Sports House, Milton, was also used for several of the more significant meetings including the AGM and the Corporate Planning/Strategic Planning sessions. On just the one occasion the BHA General Committee met at Carina Leagues Club.

FIXTURES
The 2006 Season of Fixtures got under way some three weeks earlier than is considered by most to be ideal. This was due to the many interruptions that were scheduled for the State Hockey Centre (SHC). Despite this Russell Marsden did an admirable job with the Draws. The 2006 season dates have been summarised in the table below. As was the case last year, neither the Memorial Cup nor the President's Trophy Finals were contested as separate matches in 2006. Instead these were awarded to the leading team in each division following the completion of the first complete round in the case of the Memorial Cup and following the completion of the second complete round in the case of the President's Trophy. A list of the winners appears later in this report.

COMMUNICATIONS
Practical and efficient communications are vital aspects of any sporting organisation. The communications needs of your Association are now almost entirely met by the use of the Internet. All meeting notices, fixture draws, invoices and general news and updates are now emailed to Clubs and their Delegates and in most cases also posted on the BHA Website - www.bha.org.au. VHL1 & 2 (Vets) Tue 14th Mar Juniors Sat 1st Apr n/a Sat 19th & Sun 20th Aug Sat 26th & Sun 27th Aug Sat 2nd Sep

FIXTURES Commenced:

BHL1 5 Sat 4th Mar

CHL1 - 2 (Grass) Sat 1st Apr

Memorial Cup: These were not played but awarded to the leading team in each division at the conclusion President's Trophy: of rounds one and two respectively. Semi-finals: Preliminary Finals: Grand Finals: BHL2 & 4 Sun 27th Aug BHL1-5 Sat 2nd Sep Sat 9th Sep Sat 16th Sep Sat 2nd Sep Sat 9th Sep Sat 16th Sep Tue 5th Sep Tue 12th Sep Tue 19th Sep

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As is the case every year, the BHA Website was given a makeover before the season resulting in a more user-friendly layout and providing faster access and downloading of information and files. Several new features were also added during the year. These included: an interactive Umpiring Quiz; a more dynamic news display known as Latest News; a Veterans specific Website; a Brisbane Corporate Hockey Website; and the commencement of a Website dedicated to BHA historical items and lists. The Veterans Website was quite successful, the idea behind it being to provide the Veteran players with some sense of community and ownership while at the same time relieving me of some of Web related workload. Unfortunately the latter was not achieved as the volunteer was unable to spend any significant time looking after it. I hope to enlist the assistance of someone with more time available in 2007. One aspect of the Veterans Website that seemed to have been popular is The Forum. Despite being spammed late in the year some useful discussion did take place. I hope that this sort of interactive feature can be expanded into other areas in 2007. The BHA Website is also set to make more use of Hockey Australia's HockeyNet in 2007.

TREASURER'S REPORT
I am pleased to submit, on behalf of Brisbane Hockey Association Inc, the Financial Statement of the Association for the year ending 30 September 2006, which follows in this report. Overall the financial situation of the association is healthy, without being buoyant, with costs controlled and careful management of funds. The final financial position is within reasonable parameters of our budget expectations. The recently developed Strategic Plan 2007 2012, has identified interesting financial scenarios and has also uncovered minor deficiencies within our current financial planning and ongoing projections for the coming years. The increase of our player base was highlighted last year and has been reinforced by the Strategic Plan. Further planning for allocation of funds, to generate greater income, for the association, will be evaluated for the upcoming 2006 2007 budget and beyond. My thanks are recorded to the following people,

BHA BEST AND FAIREST MEDAL


The presentation of the 2006 BHA Best and Fairest Medal was included in end-of-fixtures celebrations at the SHC on Saturday 26th August 2006. It was given the name of The Big Gig. Congratulations go to Jay Weatherley of Eastern Suburbs Hockey Club, this year's winner of the BHA Best & Fairest Medal. Other winners of awards included Nicholas Budd (Redcliffe Leagues HC) Rookie of the Year; Pat Fairhall Umpire of the Year; and Reg Knowles (Eastern Suburbs) Coach of the Year. A more detailed listing of these and other winners can be found in Awards section later in this report.

Susan Johnston for the evolution of a new chart of accounts and


her ongoing diligence in accurately maintaining the Association's accounts;

For the many voluntary hours Norm Ludwig spends ensuring our
financial obligations are meticulously met;

Colin Murphy for his vision & lateral thinking; For the daily assistance to the Board Executive; Kim Rendell To all club treasurers and the thankless task they provided their
clubs and the Association. To our assistant treasurer, Barry Bolton, appreciation for his contribution and also to fellow board members for their input and generosity of spirit.

THE BHA OFFICE


The BHA Office, as always, has again been a very busy place throughout 2006. Following a move from the QEII Stadium in 1999 BHA had occupied a room on the first floor of the SHC building. On the 5th June the BHA Office commenced operations out of one of the new out-buildings of the SHC. Affectionately known as The Shed this new accommodation provides BHA with more space as well as more of a sense of its own identity and independence from the shadow of the SHC and Hockey Queensland. Thanks must go to Barry Bolton who acted as Project Manager for the relocation.

Paul Saunders
Director of Finance (Treasurer)

CONCLUSION
In conclusion I wish to thank the volunteers who have assisted in and around the office. They include: Phyllis Hawgood, for the Minutes of meetings and occasional office duties; Norm Ludwig, assistance with matters financial; Thanks go also to Susan Johnston who attended to the Association's financial matters every Monday and who assisted with various other tasks when requested. Organisations such as BHA would not survive without the continued assistance of volunteers. The position of General Secretary involves many more duties and hours than those for which I am paid. I therefore urge more people to become involved in BHA either directly or indirectly through their Club. Your Association needs you ! BHA extends its condolences to the passing of loved ones and family friends during this year. Finally I thank my wife Mary and my family for their continued patience and understanding.

Kim Rendell
BHA General Secretary

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S T AT E M E N T

BY THE

B O AR D

OF

M AN AG E M E N T

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P R O F I T & L O S S B U D G E T C O M P AR I S O N
BRISBANE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION INC. A.B.N. 43 857 681 225 Profit & Loss Statement For Financial Year Ending 30th September 2006

Notes

Actual 2006

Budget 2006

Actual 2005

Income Fixtures - BHL Divisions 1 - 5 Fixtures - CHL Fixtures - VHL Fixtures - Junior Total Fixtures Registration and Insurance Representative Teams Grants & Subsidies Levies Sponsorship & Donations Interest Development Sundry Income Uniform Sales Total Income Cost Of Sales Uniforms for Resale Total Cost Of Sales Gross Profit Expenses Administration Registration and Insurance Fixtures BHL Divisions 1-5 Fixtures - CHL Fixtures - VHL Fixtures - Juniors Total Fixtures Representative Teams Grants & Subsidies Promotions & Marketing Development Sundry Expenses Total Expenses Net Profit/(Loss)

74,164 2,882 26,308 28,171 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 131,525 269,501 70,864 500 50 23,515 5,656 7,227 23 12,652 521,513

104,210 7,270 23,920 34,015 169,415 291,010 16,525 0 4,795 28,170 3,500 7,000 0 8,000 528,415 92,128 320,253 1,892 5,695 5,273 30,562 3,893 7,811 10,873 9,040 487,420

7,190 7,190 514,323

8,000 8,000 520,415

30 30 487,390

147,995 89,928 80,413 6,680 25,841 24,210 137,144 104,465 2,565 6,501 14,082 0 502,680 11,643

167,300 101,500 106,090 10,600 24,360 37,070 178,120 32,050 0 20,930 19,250 500 519,650 765

143,045 94,168

1 2 10 11

155,119 29,696 21,306 6,685 450,019 37,371

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B AL AN C E S H E E T 2005/2006
BRISBANE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION INC. A.B.N. 43 857 681 225 Balance Sheet As at 30th September 2006 2006 $ 48,096 200 48,296 105,583 50,000 12 155,583 1,763 13,123 3,183 13 16,306 61,158 283,106 2005 $ 62,223 200 62,423 100,001 0 100,001 1,763 11,463 0 11,463 72,121 247,770

Notes Assets Current Assets Cheque Account Petty Cash Total Cash on Hand Investment A/c 72 196381 Investment Account 20368719 Total Investment Accounts Deposits with Vendors (Shirt Material) Stock on Hand Umpire Shirts on Hand Total Inventory Trade Debtors Total Current Assets Non-Current Assets P & E at valuation Accumulated Depreciation Total Non-Current Assets

39,566 (21,318) 18,248

37,033 (18,562) 18,471

Total Assets Liabilities Current Liabilities Trade Creditors PAYE-Tax Collected Superannuation Payable Total Payroll Liabilities GST Liabilities GST Payable Control Input Credit Control Total GST Liabilities Total Liabilities Net Assets Equity Reserve for Infrastructure Reserve - Player & Umpire Dev Retained Earnings Retained Earnings - Juniors Current Earnings Total Equity 12

$301,354

$266,241

14

23,358 4,685 670 5,355 25,523 (12,783) 12,740 41,453 $259,901

0 2,541 338 2,879 33,864 (18,760) 15,104 17,983 $248,258

100,000 50,000 25,098 73,160 11,643 $259,901

50,000 50,000 37,727 73,160 37,371 $248,258

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NOTES
BRISBANE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION INC. A.B.N. 43 857 681 225 Notes to the Accounts for Year Ending 30th September 2006 Actual 2006 Note 1 Total Fixture Charges $137,144 Actual Income and Expenditure evident due to changes in the Chart of Accounts. Costs (Turf Hire, First Aid Levy, Umpiring Levy) associated with the Finals Series not recouped from the clubs in 2006 but charged in 2005. Note 2 Rep Teams In 2006 the actual income and expense amounts are shown not the net cost as shown in previous years. Also additional teams sent to tournaments. (Not included in budget). Note 3 Levies BHA Medal Dinner not levied. Note 4 Sponsorship & Donations Shawsportz Colmslie Sports Club QHP Sponsorship Income Total Actual 2006 Note 11 Promotion & Marketing $6,501 Major League Marketing consultant, plus cost for the Big Gig. Saving achieved due to change in BHA medal presentation $7000, Shawsports allocation used to cover CHL First Aid $4800, and Advertising cost not incurred $2400.

Note 12 Total Investment Accounts Additional $50,000 Infrastructure Reserve. Note 13 Total Inventory Uniforms for Resale and Umpire Shirts on hand.

$155,583

$16,306

$7,500 $3,925 $12,090 $23,515

Note 5 Interest $5,656 Improved cashflow eliminated the need to utilise investment funds. Note 6 Sundry Income Removal from Chart of Accounts - Provision for Doubtful Debts $5000 and Provision for Risk Management $5000. Note 7 Uniform Sales Increase in uniform sales, additional representative teams. Note 8 Cost of Sales Included due to revised Chart of Accounts. Note 9 Administration Bank Charges Bank Charges reduced due to abolition of BAD Tax. Computer Expenses Internet costs, printers, and consumables

Note 14 Trade Creditors Late invoices included in Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss. Work Cover U18 Accommodation U18 Transport Umpiring First Aid Representative entry Fees RCD Levy Turf Hire - SHC Turf Hire - Shawsportz Vehicle Expenses Uniform Expenses Incidentals

$1,104 $6,545 $1,859 $6,310 $1,549 $700 $2,161 $1,749 $667 $262 $250 $201 $23,357

$7,190

$49 $1,852

Meeting & Conferences $4,787 Costs incurred: Corporate Planning, Strategic Planning, BJHA, AGM, HQ Awards, Corporate Hockey. Postage $1,079 Increased due to number of umpire cheques and monthly invoices to clubs. Wages $103,824 General Secretary, Regional Coaching Director, Coaching & Development Manager, Accounts Clerk Trophies Note 10 Grants & Subsidies Acquittal of previous Junior Development Grant. $6,114

$2,565

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SCHEDULE

OF

F E E S - 2006

Brisbane Hockey Association Inc.


AFFILIATED WITH HOCKEY QUEENSLAND INC. ABN 43 857 681 225

SCHEDULE OF FEES 2006


(GST INCLUSIVE)
TEAM REGISTRATION All Senior Teams All Junior Teams (No charge for U9 & Minkey) PLAYER REGISTRATION Seniors BHL, CHL & VHL J Grade Transition from 2005 (Note 1) Casual up to 5 matches (Note 2) Casual up to 10 matches (Note 2) Dual Registration - Senior (Turf or Grass where BHA is Secondary) Dual Registration - Junior (Turf or Grass where BHA is Secondary) Juniors playing in Senior divisions only Juniors playing in both Junior & Senior divisions Juniors playing 'J' divisions OR Under 13 Juniors playing Under 11 Juniors playing Under 9 Minkey (Under 7) MATCH FEES PER GAME Senior Turf Fixture (Note 3) Veteran (Turf) Fixture (Note 3) Junior Turf Fixture (Note 3) Senior Grass Fixture (Note 3) Junior Grass Fixture (Note 3) OTHER FEES BHA Best & Fairest Medal Dinner 2006 $22 per Team $22 per Team 2005 $22 $22 Diff $0 $0

$306 per Player $206 per Player $166 per Player $246 per Player $269 per Player $92 per Player $139 per Player $109 per Player $109 per Player $99 per Player $50 per Player $0 per Player

$310 $210 $170 $250 $269 $93 $140 $110 $110 $100 $50 $0

-$4 -$4 -$4 -$4 $0 -$1 -$1 -$1 -$1 -$1 $0 $0

(For Club budgetary purposes only Note 3)

$130 per Team $110 per Team $56 per Team $20 per Team $10 per Team

$40 per Head

$40

$0

NOTES 1. J Grade Transition applies only to those fully registered J Grade players of 2005 who are now Senior Players. 2. Casual Fee to be paid on day of initial registration. After five (5) games an additional $80 is payable. 3. Clubs will be charged these Match Fees at cost however they should use the above per match fees for their budgetary purposes. 4. All fees are inclusive of GST.
BHA Inc LOCATION ADDRESS State Hockey Centre 400 420 Lytton Road COLMSLIE Q 4170 MAILING ADDRESS PO Box 503 MORNINGSIDE Q 4170 TELEPHONE FACSIMILE +61 7 3899 4399 +61 7 3399 9825 EMAIL WEBSITE secretary@bha.org.au www.bha.org.au

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DIRECTORS' REPORTS
DIRECTOR
OF

COMPETITIONS

Well another season has passed and it has proven to be no easier than my last two. I must thank Kim Rendell and June Grant for their invaluable assistance throughout the season as well as the officials of all clubs. I wish to acknowledge the ongoing cooperation of the management of BWHA, and in particular that of Jenny Heron and Kathy Duggan. Once again it was decided by the BHA Board that in the senior competitions the Memorial Cup and the Presidents Trophy Finals would not be played due to a shortage of suitable scheduling opportunities brought about by the number of championships and representative games at the SHC throughout the domestic season. Instead these were awarded to the team leading the points table in each division at the end of the first and second rounds respectively. As the 2006 season progressed, the SHC2 playing surface deteriorated, and was deemed unplayable following the May weekend. As a result of this, fixture games were significantly rescheduled and I thank all clubs and players for their patience and understanding. The venue operators, Hockey Queensland, were moved to carry out much needed repairs and cleaning to see the surface through to the end of the season. BHA/BJHA fixtures were returned to SHC2 with the exception of BHL1 and BHL2 matches. The 2007 season looks to be more promising for turf hockey with the replacement of the SHC2 surface and the welcome return to service of the Redcliffe Hockey Centre following a complete overhaul and surface replacement. As Director of Competitions, I believe that when fixtures have been finalised they should not be changed unless unforeseen circumstances arise. In order to have the fixture draw two weeks before the season starts the board needs to have the club nominations at least six (6) weeks before the first game.

Kilkenny, L. Cross and D. Campbell. A plan was formulated and presented to the BHA Board. This was implemented early in the year and resulted in an increase in the number of Umpires for fixtures each weekend. Very few games were left without Umpires. Thank you to Kim and all Board Members for your support during the year.

Phyllis Hawgood
Director of Administration

DIRECTOR

OF

UMPIRES

Umpiring this year took a large step forward which meant that the majority of the turf games were covered, a greater number of the grass games area and the majority of junior games. There is recognition that there are still some issues with the grass games especially the later time slots and with some of the junior games. One of the reasons for this has been that a number of umpires, with good qualifications have returned to the game which has meant that other umpires could umpire in the grade they are best suited, as they embark on improving their skills. Also a number of younger umpires that have been umpiring in the junior games have progressed to the senior games. This has also opened opportunities for younger umpires to get experience and consistent practice in the junior games. The final part of this years puzzle that I will address is the umpire initiative that was embarked on at the beginning of the season. This was embraced by a number of clubs and has had very positive results. There have been approximately 20 players that have completed their assessments and received their umpire shirts and number by the completion of the season. There is still a large number that have completed stage 3 and need to be assessed and still more that have completed stage 2. These had ranged from the youngest players to some of the older players but they have found out that they can umpire and it is a credit to all. The only disappointment in this section was the fact that some clubs did not embrace it. As the season progressed and as more of the senior umpire coaches became available most of the younger umpires and less experienced umpires were given feedback on their performance in different games which was received well and is another positive step. On the negative side not all umpires were given feedback and this is an area that will need improvement over the coming seasons. Finally, the challenge for next season and coming seasons is to continue with the improvement from this season and build and improve on it so that all games will eventually have badged umpires. And now some umpires that represented BHA in tournaments this year:

Russell Marsden
Director of Competitions

DIRECTOR

OF

A D M I N I S T R AT I O N

The 2006 season was a season of change and brought a promise for the future. The Strategic Plan is well on the way to completion and the many other changes during the season made for a good year. Our future is bright and assured. Kim Rendell again was in charge of the office administration and this year he did not have the assistance of a trainee so there were many late nights at the office as well as the extra time he puts in at home. Susan Johnston, as the Association's Bookkeeper, maintained the financial records. The Web site is maintained by Kim and this year he gave us a new look which is both functional and very user friendly. Fixtures were accessible at all times, all forms pertaining to our Association were there and results were posted each week. Looking at other hockey sites, ours was one of the best. The Competitions Director Russell Marsden had the fixtures done ahead of time and except for a few little glitches here and there the season ran very smoothly considering the heavy load of commitments at the State Hockey Centre. Hopefully 2007 will not have as many time outs The technical bench was not manned as often as I would have liked, especially on Sundays but next year it is hoped to have a plan in place to train personnel for this purpose. This would mean that all games would be monitored. I thank all who helped in this department, especially, Clarrie Hicks, Russell Marsden, Barry Bolton, Karen and Barney Kuhn and also Niki and Sasha Hawgood. During 2006 Todd Fuller and Barney Kuhn were awarded their Hockey Queensland Judges Certificate. Congratulations to you both. I would like to personally thank Karen and Barney Kuhn for taking over my duties after my accident. This was during the busiest time of the season, the finals. It was very much appreciated. A good many of the problems of last year with Umpiring were solved with an off season working committee of P. Hack, P. Hawgood, K.

Commonwealth Games
Paul Ludwig

AHL
Paul Ludwig Adam Kearns Ben De Young

National U21s
David Crandell

National U18s
David Halliday

National U15s
Simon Cross

Premier League
Paul Ludwig Adam Kearns Ben De Young David Crandell Simon Cross

State Open
Simon Cross Jason Cross

State U18s
Chris Grew

State U15s
Adam Grant Ethan Triggell Kurtis Ashford Adam McClelland Yours in Hockey,

State U13s
Josh Mason Declan Kilkenny

Leon Cross
Director of Umpires

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DIRECTOR

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DEVELOPMENT

As the Association embraces a new direction it is time to reflect on the significant achievements of the past. It is important to acknowledge those who have made a significant contribution to the development of our players and our sport within our Association. This year saw the end of Lex Barneys 10 year tenure as the Associations Regional Coaching Director. Lexs contribution was significant and he had a hand in the development of individuals and teams at varying levels. He mentored players and coaches alike and often went beyond the call of duty to ensure that the Association and its teams continued to function. We thank him for his work and wish him all the best as he pursues other career opportunities. The Association needs to change. Recruitment, retention and development of players, coaches and officials must be at the forefront of our future direction. To that end George Clutton and Darran Bisley were recruited to provide some of that direction and assist in the initial phase of planning for the future. The development portfolio will be expanded to embrace all facets of our sport and move away from a narrow focus on elite players. We must be committed to the development of not only players but coaches, umpires, technical officials, managers, selectors and administrators. It is hoped to utilise the wealth of talent and experience we have across the Association and other sports in Brisbane to improve our outcomes in those areas. George and Darran provided support for the U11, U13, U15 & U18 representative programs throughout the year in addition to providing additional coaching support to Brisbane based State players. A successful Hookin2Hockey program was run at Marsden funded by the Logan City Council and a significant number of school visits took place across the city during the year. Hockey Australia has provided us with recruitment tools in the Hookin2Hockey and Rookey Programs. It is imperative that we increase our junior player numbers if our sport is to remain vibrant and it must be a priority for all Clubs. The Association needs to take the lead to ensure that we have a co-ordinated approach to that recruitment to ensure that we maximise our return on our contribution. I would like to acknowledge and thank all those who coach, manage, officiate and run Clubs within our Association. This committed group ensures that our sport remains healthy and that our players are able to develop to their full potential. I encourage you all to make a contribution to the Association's future in whatever capacity you can. I have enjoyed my time on the Board and have a strong belief that we have the impetus to achieve the changes that we need to make.

forming a direction for excellence for next year and beyond. I thank all those that have been involved in those sessions and I hope you will be pleased to see some of your suggestions for improvement bearing fruit. The highlight for Brisbane was the success of our Under 15 (3) team in winning Division 2 of the State Championships. They were the only team in the entire Championships to go through undefeated and were a credit to themselves and their coach, Glenys Harten. The joy and unbridled happiness of the boys when they won the title absolutely reinforced the reason Brisbane should be sending 3 teams to each competition. I would also like to express the gratitude of the rep coaches to Darran Bisley who proved to be a terrific support and sounding board during the Championships. His unobtrusive input to the teams, in all divisions, proved to be a positive influence identified by the coaches, managers, players and parents. We can only move forward in the representative program with positive support from all those concerned and I look forward to a very positive 2007 as we introduce the necessary changes to provide a better organised approach to the program.

Peter Harten
Director of Representative

DIRECTOR

OF

M AR K E T I N G

In 2005 the Marketing portfolio was not managed as a dedicated role on the Board but this was addressed in 2006. As a new appointee to the Board and to Brisbane Hockey administration this has been a year of learning and preparation. This portfolio has not been structured or planned for quite some time so the process was required to begin from scratch. In addition, to the marketing role the Board created a sub-committee to make recommendations for a business plan for the association through to 2012. This sub-committee also reported to the Director of Marketing. BHA has part ownership jointly with Hockey Queensland of a company, Queensland Hockey Promotions (QHP). This company is charged with promoting hockey, raising sponsorship and promoting major events many of which take place in Brisbane.

MARKETING
QHP developed the marketing plan for Hockey Queensland for the 2006 season with some spin off benefits for BHA:

The successful Little Kids Big Dreams theme was continued from
the 2004-05 season. This creative continues to attract positive feedback, and promotional items have been popular with the hockey community.

Todd Fuller
Director of Development

The promotion of the Hook In2 Hockey program for junior players. The 2006 KPI was to increase media coverage by 10% to
$126,607. Coverage gained in this period was $79,791 which is disappointing.

DIRECTOR

OF

R E P R E S E N T AT I V E

I would firstly like to acknowledge the time given up by all those involved in getting our representative teams on the field and to their respective destinations. There are a number of people involved in this process including selectors, managers, coaches, parents and the behind the scenes organisers. The Junior Committee does a great in getting the Under 11-15 teams ready but I would like to specially mention Tracy Wallis and Shelley Torrisi for the number of hours they put in for the kids. Their organisational skills and willingness to do whatever is necessary is a credit to themselves and their commitment to making Brisbane representation an enjoyable experience for all. The aim of the representative program should be to provide all those involved with a life memory experience and provide as many players as possible with the opportunity to represent their city, their club, their parents and themselves. It is through these positive experiences that boys are kept in the game and helps to develop them into mature men. As we move forward into next season there are the winds of change that are blowing strong in BHA. It is only with change that organisations can evolve and I believe the representative program will evolve further next season. A number of various forums have been held to obtain feedback on this year and this has been invaluable in

The Courier Mail change of format from a broadsheet to a tabloid


has made it more difficult for fringe sports to gain coverage for local editorial

Although the Queensland Blades won the AHL again, little media
coverage was gained.

The success of the Australian Hockey teams at the Commonwealth


Games unfortunately did not convert into successful coverage in Queensland.

Initiatives introduced in 2006


o WIN TV Sign On regional advertising campaign oIntroduction of lunch with a Hockeyroo/Kookaburra oSuccessful management of Be the Best You Can Be DVD for state teams oOngoing successful use of the E-newsletter oContinued assistance with the Annual Awards Night

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BHA is working more closely with our local media outlets and is encouraging clubs to do the same. The Board formed a sub-committee to promote a Corporate Hockey tournament in September 2006. This promotion has been postponed to 4th February 2007 (caused by upgrading of fields at the State Hockey Centre) to coincide with the test match between Australia and Netherlands. Thanks must go to the members of this sub-committee, Brett Smith, Dane McCormack, David Cole and Bronwyn Morris (BWHA).

This meant two things. 1. Bulimba were denied entering an additional team, and 2. Fixtures had to be scheduled with three byes each week, as initial enquiries indicated there was no extra available turf time. About a month into the season, the possibility of using SHC on Sunday nights arose. As a result, the committee resolved to admit another team from Bulimba, re-draw the second division for ten teams, and schedule the extra two games each Sunday night. The timing allowed for two full rounds from that point. The issue of whether SHC2 was fit for play came up during the season. The surface was muddy and slippery, and there was a crease in the carpet that was a concern. After consideration by all parties, and consultation with BHA on the matter, it was put to every team that responsibility for any injuries that might result from the state of the field would rest with individuals themselves. With this understanding fixtures continued. Grand Final night was 19th September, a week later than what would be normally the case. This caused some minor problems, but it allowed for the two full rounds in division two, and gave players a later finish to the season. Those players who attended the National Veterans Championships appreciated the extra week of competition. Results of Grand Finals were: Division 1: Easts d Kedron Wavell 2-0, and Division 2: South West United d Kedron Wavell 2-1 in golden goal overtime. Presentations were made immediately after the games. The Golden Oldie Award this year went to all-round good bloke (which is basically the criteria) Garry Royle.

STRATEGIC PLANNING
The Association voted in November 2005 to begin the planning process. This was deemed necessary because of:

Lack of focus and defined strategy. The BHA has not grown over the past 4 years. Lack of real growth
in playing numbers.

If the BHA does not grow faster than CPI then fees will increase by
at least 21% in real terms by 2012.

Inadequate facilities. A requirement for new revenue streams Pressure on Club sustainable financial viability
The strategic planning sub-committee made up of Colin Murphy, Ian Harcla, Todd Fuller and Genelle Brooks have made a number of submissions to the Board, to the Club delegates and to the strategic planning meeting held on 15th October 2006. A comprehensive financial model of the Association has been built and proposals have been put forward on growth targets, structure of the Association and strategies to be adopted. The Board and those attending the planning meeting agree that the Association should be managed according to the following principles:

THURSDAY AFTERNOON OLD BLOKES HOCKEY


An important innovation this year has been the introduction of social hockey at SHC on Thursday afternoons from 3.00 to 4.30pm. The emphasis is definitely social, but it has proven a great way for lots of blokes to keep in touch. With co-operation and understanding of the hockey centre we have been able to provide this very enjoyable opportunity to have a hit to anyone interested. It has been well enough supported for it to continue throughout the year.

Provide opportunities for all players, umpires, administrators


and officials to meet their full potential and to enjoy the sport of Hockey, and to

REPRESENTATIVE TEAMS
For the last couple of years the format of the South East Qld competitions (Coulter Shield for over 40s, Bill Bennett Shield for over 45s) has been changed so that it is held at a particular venue over a single weekend. Brisbane did not field a team in the Over 40 Coulter Shield this year. This was because of a lack of awareness on our behalf of the time and place. (It was scheduled for Warwick very early in the season.) A Brisbane team did attend the over 45s weekend at Sunshine Coast. The Bill Bennett Shield was won by Sunshine Coast. State Championships for Vets were held in Mackay for over 40s and for over 55s on May long weekend, and for over 45s at Sunshine Coast on June long weekend. In 40s, Brisbane was eliminated in the semi-final. In over 55s, the Brisbane team was successful in winning the title with a 2-1 result over North Queensland in the final. We entered three teams in the O45s. The No 1 team performed well, but was eliminated in the semi-final. Toowoomba won the final.

achieve growth in participation in the sport of hockey in


Brisbane, and to

strengthen and then extend the base of hockey clubs within


our jurisdiction on a sustainable basis. These principles will be part off all our future decision making. The draft plan has been posted on the Associations website and it is expected that many the recommendations will be accepted at the 2006 AGM.

Daryl Sahli
Director of Marketing

DIRECTOR

OF

V E T E R AN S

The Brisbane Veterans Hockey Sub-committee of 2006 consisted of Ian Halliday, BHA Director of Veterans; Gil Voysey, Chairman; Ian Edwards, Secretary; and Gary Smith, Treasurer. A report from Gil Voysey the Chairman of the Brisbane Hockey Association Veterans Hockey Sub-Committee follows: This year has been the 25th year for Veterans hockey in Brisbane. It has been a challenging year. Following 2005 when our competition consisted of two divisions of seven teams, we had some extra interest shown and thus pressure to expand the competition. We were fortunate to retain Tuesday night at State Hockey Centre for our competition, using both fields. However even playing just 30 minute halves, we are limited to six games on Tuesday nights. We started the season in early March with six teams in Division One Bulimba, Easts, Kedron Wavell, Norths, University, Valley, and nine teams in Division Two Bulimba, Commercial, Easts, Kedron Wavell, Pine Hills, Redcliffe, St Andrews, South West United, Southbank Storm.

AUSTRALIAN VETERANS CHAMPIONSHIPS


The venue in 2006 was Perth. Queensland fielded 13 teams in all, four over 40s, three over 45s, two over 50s, two over 55s, over 60, over 65. Queensland won the over 40 division 1 title, the over 60 title, and the over 50 division 2 title. The following are players who play in Brisbane hockey competitions who were selected in Australian Veterans teams:

Over 40: Ashley Grummitt, Steve Headrick, Graham Taylor. Over 45: Greg Rendell. Over 50: Rob Milne. Over 60: Don Richards, Alan Robertson, Laurie Robinson, Brian
Seboa. Assistant Manager for over 60s is Alan Gough, for over 65s is Bob Rowley.

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The Australian Veterans Championships will be held at Gold Coast Hockey Centre and SHC next October.

AHL games played in Brisbane. Once again the ball boys were well looked after and enjoyed the opportunity. The representative season saw Brisbane travel to Sydney for the annual exchange. This year included an Under17/18 team for the first time. Two well contested games were played with the honours shared between the two teams. Brisbane completed a successful exchange by winning the Under15 (1), Under 15 (2) and Under 13 competitions. Season 2007 will be the 25th time that Brisbane and Sydney have competed. Three teams were fielded in the Coulter Shield in Under 13 and Under 15 and two teams competed in Under 11. All Coulter Shield competitions were held outside Brisbane this year with the Under 15 at Sunshine Coast, Under 13 at Gold Coast and Under 11 at Toowoomba. In the junior State Championships, Brisbane entered three teams in Under 15 at Gympie and two teams in Under 13 at Atherton. Creditable results were achieved by all teams. At the Under 15 state championships, Brisbane (1) finished second, Brisbane (2) finished sixth and Brisbane (3) won Division 2 in a thrilling final that was decided in golden goal drop off extra time. Unfortunately the Under 13 state championships in Atherton had to be abandoned after day three due to consistent heavy rain. Both Brisbane teams were well placed in their pools at the time. Due to accommodation difficulties and costs Under 13 (3) only competed at the Coulter Shield in 2006. We also hosted Palmerston North Boys High School in April as part of their tour of Queensland. Following the match against the Brisbane Under 15(1) team, Brisbane hosted the visitors to a barbecue and the AHL match between the Blades and Tasmania. A big thank you to all coaches and managers for their efforts over the representative season. It is a big job across the representative program and your efforts are appreciated by the Committee as well as by players and parents. A successful pre-season junior carnival has held in March with Minkey, Under 9, Under 11 and Under 13 teams participating. The carnival was a great success through the efforts of carnival organiser Tom Whetton with the assistance of Trevor and Tracy Wallis. Funds raised from food and drink sales (approximately $800) were used to purchase three collapsible shade tents and other equipment for representative teams. The tents have already been put to good use across the Association. Tom Whetton and his helpers have committed to running the carnival again in 2007 with planning underway. Thank you to all those who contributed and we look forward to this carnival being a regular feature of our season and to the revival of carnivals as a fun part of the season. The umpiring initiative implemented by BHA in 2006 saw improvements in the number and quality of junior umpires. We look forward to an increased focus on development and support for junior umpires in 2007. As a first step, arrangements are currently being developed for the pre-season carnival for this event to be an opportunity to hold umpiring seminars, coaching and assessment so the development of junior umpires can start ahead of the regular season. Thank you to Just Hockey for their continuing support of hockey and Brisbane Juniors in particular. Volunteers are an important and vital part of an amateur sport like hockey. On behalf of the Association our thanks for your many and varied contributions across the 2006 season. Your support across activities such as coaching and managing teams, umpiring, technical bench and running clubs is appreciated. To club delegates and Committee members thanks go to you for the time and effort you have given to run the Association and make the season happen.

THANKS
Our committee has once again worked quietly behind the scenes to make the season happen. Treasurer Gary Smith needs to move on, so we are looking for a replacement for 2007. Thanks for your efforts Gary, and thanks for getting both of us into this business in the first place. Thanks to Secretary Ian Edwards, Editor Col Shepperd, and our selectors, particularly Chris Reid who put an awful lot of time and energy into the job. To Allen Schasser thanks for taking on the task of putting Brisbane back on the map in the 45s division. Thanks also to the various club representatives who came along to our meetings, which were held on a when-needed basis throughout the season.

SEASON 2007
Looking ahead we are hopeful of getting fixtures scheduled again at SHC on Tuesday nights, and hopefully also at Redcliffe. This would accommodate all of our games on the same night if our numbers remain as in 2006. We are heading in the direction at some time of splitting the divisions by age groups, eg over 40 and over 50. It would appear we are not quite in a position to do that yet. There are, however, a couple of ideas on the table for next years format that will be looked at closely. We plan to have a Committee get-together/Christmas drink/dinner on Tuesday 5th December at the Story Bridge Hotel. Being our 25th year is a good excuse to get a representative of each club there. Our AGM will be held early in 2007. Enjoy the break, and well be back to go round again next year.

Gil Voysey
Brisbane Veterans Committee Chairperson

DIRECTOR

OF

JUNIORS

The Brisbane Junior Hockey Association (BJHA) is a major subcommittee of the Brisbane Hockey Association responsible for the running of the junior competition and representative program. The 2006 season saw a number of changes to the committee with Barry Bolton who had been President over the past three years standing down. Barry continued his strong involvement as a member of the junior committee and as member of the BHA Board. The committee thanks Barry for his leadership and Presidency and his continuing work as a committee member. The Committee also welcomed new members John Donald as Vice President (a new position in 2006), Tracy Wallis as Equipment Officer and Terri Evetts as Minutes Secretary. Tracy joined the Committee during the year in place of Shelly Torrisi. Thank you to Shelley for her good work in improving the organisation of uniforms and assistance with travel and accommodation for representative teams. Continuing members of the Committee were June Grant, Kevin Kilkenny, Duncan Campbell and Sandy Ottaway. The junior competition saw the continuation of the J Grade structure in 2006. While the J2 and J3 competitions continued strongly it was unfortunate there were only five teams contesting the J1 competition. The J1 competition was played on Sunday morning while all other competitions played on Saturday morning. The competition was well contested across all clubs which was reflected in the broad club representation in the finals series. Grand finals were widely spread across clubs with 10 clubs represented. Only one club won more than one premiership, Commercial in Under 13 (1) and J2. The premierships were shared as follows: J1 Easts Under 13(2) Pine Hills J2 Commercial Under 11(1) Norths J3 Bulimba Under 11(2) Pine Rivers St Andrews Under 13(1) Commercial Representative matches at the State Hockey Centre and the unavailability of SHC2 for some of the latter part of the season required adjustment to fixture schedules. The Committee appreciates the continuing good work of our Secretary, June Grant, in developing fixtures and changes while accommodating the needs of clubs as much as possible. June and Bill Grant organised ball boys for the

Greg Swann
Director of Juniors (BJH President)

BJHA H O N S E C R E T AR Y ' S R E P O R T
Ladies and Gentlemen, I have pleasure in submitting this report on the activities of the Association for the 2006 season.

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This season saw a decrease in the number of registered players by 8. The Under 9 age group had an increase in numbers of 12 players, Under 11 increasing by 10, Under 13 was the same numbers as 2005, J Grades decreasing by 35 players. Minkey (Under 7) increased by 4. It was pleasing to see Logan having an Under 11 team this year. This year with the drop in J Grade players saw a loss of 1 J1 team

30th July. Under 15 won their age group and Under 13 and Under 11 finished 2nd. A 2nd Division competition was held in each age group and these were won by Brisbane 2 in Under 15, Brisbane 2 in Under 13 and Brisbane 2 in Under 11. Under 15 Brisbane 3 finished 2nd and Under 13 (3) finished 5th.

PLAYING SEASON
The season commenced on Saturday 1st April 2006 with J 1 commencing Sunday 2nd April. We endeavoured to keep the age grades playing at the same time each week with Minkeys at 8:30am and Under 9s at 9:30am each week at Shaw Park Under 11s were at 10:30am and 11:45am with Under 13 (2) at 11:45am all at Shaw Park. Under 13 (1) played most of their games on the turf at 8:00am when the turf was available with J2 games 9:15am and 10:45am. J3 had a mixture of turf and grass games. The semi-finals were all played at State Hockey Centre turf and grass on Saturday 19th August. J1 semi-finals were played at the State Hockey Centre on Sunday 20th August. The Preliminary Finals were played at the State Hockey Centre turf and grass Saturday 26th August with the J1Preliminary Finals at the State Hockey Centre on Sunday 27th August. All the grand final games were played at the State Hockey Centre on Saturday 2nd September and my congratulations to all winning teams. Just Hockey supplied Vouchers for the player of each Grand Final game we thank them very much.

BRISBANE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION


Mr Greg Swann represented this Association also Assistant Treasurer Mr Barry Bolton on the BHA Board these were all on our Management Committee so there is a close working relationship with BHA.

JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT
This season our Regional Coaching Director Mr. Lex Barney carried out the Junior Development programme for the early part of the year with George Clutton taking over in this position. During October, November 2005 and February 2006 Lex organized specialized training in the Junior Development programme for all representative Brisbane players. Lex also organised and conducted Level 1 Coaching courses for coaches. The Association would like to thank Lex for the time and effort he gave during his time as RCD.

UMPIRES
This year saw several Junior players getting their badges in umpiring, these players umpiring in Coulter shield and the final series of games included Kurtis Ashford, Adam McClelland, Tom King, Ethan Triggell, Kris Maslowskyj, Haydn Kendall, Jason Lund, Joshua James, James Treeby, Toby Hamilton, Declan Kilkenny and Joshua Mason. Declan Kilkenny, Josh Mason umpired at the Under 13 championships in Atherton. Adam Grant, Kurtis Ashford, Adam McClelland and Ethan Triggell attended the Under 15 Championships in Gympie. Adam Grant umpired the Division 1 Final Cairns 1 v Brisbane 1, Ethan Triggell umpired the Division 2 Final Townsville 2 v Brisbane 3, Kurtis Ashford umpired the Relegation game Tweed Border v Gympie and Adam McClelland umpired 11th and 12th position Maryborough v Hervey Bay all doing an excellent job . Thank you to Leon Cross for his efforts to have official umpires for our fixture games this year a job well done!

STATE UNDER 13 CHAMPIONSHIPS


The State Under 13 Championships were held at Atherton from Monday 26th June to Friday 30th June. Brisbane entered 2 teams after playing for 3 days the Championship was cancelled due to wet weather and the condition of the field. Positions for next year to be the same as they finished last year. To our coaches Mark Carter, Grendell Antony, assistant coaches Sam Brooks, Phil Farlow, our sincere thanks for your efforts and to Managers Andrew Bell and Tony Battams we thank you for your assistance in managing the teams. Four players were selected in the Queensland team to play in the Invitational Carnival at Canberra 2nd to 5th October Jarrod Bass, Justin England, Patrick Krusi and Daniel Beale. Kade Jennings and Ethan Holmes were named as Shadow players. Congratulations to all these boys. Queensland went on to win the carnival. The 2007 Under 13 Championship will be held in Mackay.

STARTER STICK VOUCHERS FOR NEW PLAYERS


Vouchers from Just Hockey were available to new members signing on with clubs for $10 off a starters stick was again successful. We thank Just Hockey for their Sponsorship in 2006.

STATE UNDER 15 CHAMPIONSHIPS


The State Under 15 Championships were held at Gympie from Monday 3rd July to Friday 7th July. Brisbane entered three teams with the number one team finishing second in the Championships, the second team placed sixth and the third team won the Division 2 final. To our coaches Col Morley, Peter Harten, Glenys Harten, Assistant Coach Tom Whetton, Managers Duncan Campbell, Shelley and Charlie Torrisi and Kerry Lund and to Trevor Wallis thank you for all your efforts also thankyou to the mothers who made the boys lunches every day Three players were selected in the Queensland team to play in the National Championships in Melbourne from 28th September to 7th October they were Andrew Campbell (Captain), Jacob Whetton (Vice Captain) and Andrew Newman. Shadows were Mitchell Grant and Jacob Jennison, two players were selected in the Talent Identification Squad Daniel Biase McInally and Gabriel Perry. Congratulations to all these boys. Queensland went on to finish second in the Under 15 National Championships. Congratulations to Gympie on a successful Championship. The 2007 Championship will be held at Cairns. The BHA Coaching and Development Mentor (CDM), Darran Bisley, also helped the coaches at the Under 13 and Under 15 championships and we thank him also.

ASSOCIATION MEETINGS
The Association meetings were held on the third Monday of each month in the Clubhouse on the grass fields at the State Hockey Centre and in the Hockey Queensland Players room. The attendance by delegates was very pleasing where constructive discussions on many topics were held. The Association wishes to thank the State Hockey Centre and Hockey Queensland in allowing the meetings to take place at no cost.

CONCLUSION
The Junior Association extends its condolences to the passing of loved ones and family friends during this year. The Presidents role was carried out by Mr. Greg Swann and I thank him for his assistance during the year. To Mrs Sandy Ottaway, Shelley Torrisi and Tracy Wallis a special thank you for your assistance and efforts particularly with organising accommodation and transport for the State Championships this year. To other members of the Committee thank you for your help and efforts throughout the year. I would also like to thank the Brisbane Hockey Association General Secretary Mr. Kim Rendell for his help throughout the year particularly with getting the fixtures and results up onto the website. I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their support and help throughout the year and wish everyone best wishes for the forthcoming festive season and successful 2007.

INTERCITY MATCHES
This year saw another busy intercity programme. Our annual intercity matches with Sydney saw us win both the Under 13 and Under 15 Shield. This year we travelled to Sydney St George Hockey Grounds at Kyeemagh. In Coulter Shield this year the age groups were played as a two day carnival with Under 15 at Ipswich 20th and 21st May, Under 13 in Gold Coast 13th and 14th May and Under 11 at Warwick 29th and

June Grant
BJHA Hon Secretary

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REPRESENTATIVE TEAMS 2006


S T AT E P R E M I E R L E AG U E
Held at the State Hockey Centre, 10 to 12 Congratulations to all Players, Managers & Coaches.
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S T AT E U N D E R 18 C H AM P I O N S H I P S
June 2006. Held in Warwick, 30th September to 2nd October 2006. Congratulations to all Players, Managers & Coaches.

BRISBANE PREMIER LEAGUE TEAM 1


PLAYERS Adam Barry (C) COM Steve Green EAS Paul Kilpatrick STA James McAlpine RED Luke Paine BUL Liam Brown BUL Tom Brough COM Paul Nicholls COM Todd Watson EAS Duncan Mahony BUL Blair Brown COM Jordan Harle RED Jordan Steele BUL Alex Swann RED Jason Wilson EAS Treva Mills EAS MANAGER: Greg Swann RESULTS v Ipswich, won 8-5 (Barry 3, Wilson 2, Swann 2, Steele) v Toowoomba, drew 1-1 (Wilson) v Cairns, lost 1-2 (Mills) v Brisbane 2, won 6-1 (Brough, Mills, Swann, Watson, Barry, Paine) 5 & 6 PLAY-OFF v Ipswich, won 4-2 (Mills 2, Paine, Steele)
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BRISBANE U18 TEAM 1


PLAYERS Nick Budd (C) RED Alex Swann (VC) RED Christopher Beale COM Shane Kenny RED Adam McClelland KWS Brendan Lane UNI Grayson Leadbetter RED James McAlpine RED Nathan Mura EAS Dean Rawding COM Shane Rudkin RED Ian Schulz RED Leighton Stock COM Jacob Webber EAS Curtis Hevey COM MANAGER: Matthew Marsden RESULTS v Rockhampton, lost 1-4 (Swann) v Gympie, won 8-0 (McClelland 2, McAlpine 2, Budd, Kenny, Mura Stock) v Sunshine Coast, won 11-0 (Rawding 4, Beale 2, Schulz, Stock, Budd, McClelland, Swann) v Tweed Border, won 6-2 (Budd 4, Webber, Mura) 5 & 6 PLAY-OFF DIV 1 v Toowoomba 1, won 2-1 (Webber, Schulz)
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Finished 5th

Finished 5th in Division 1 COACH: Craig Legerroth AST COACH: Alan Ferguson

COACH: Graham Taylor

BRISBANE PREMIER LEAGUE TEAM 2


PLAYERS Ben Sawyers RED Paul Lim BUL Joe Reardon BUL Nathan Krisanski UNI Matthew Marsden RED Kye Hawgood COM Beau Leadbetter RED Nick Budd RED Damien Budd RED Nathan Jaffrey RED David Brain COM Nick Poon UNI Timbi Poon UNI Ian Schulz RED Shane Kenny RED Leighton Stock COM MANAGER: Anthony Kenny v v v v RESULTS Townsville, lost 0-2 Maryborough, lost 3-6 (Hawgood, Reardon, Schulz) Mackay, lost 0-3 Brisbane 1, lost 1-6 (N Budd)
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BRISBANE U18 TEAM 2


PLAYERS Jamie Mills (C) EAS Simon Munro ( VC) RED Billy Cooper EAS Ben Brugman EAS Rohan Butterworth BUL Jason Cross VAL Jameson Evetts COM Adam Grant BUL Patrick Gleadhill EAS Andrew Holley BUL Craig MacKintosh BUL Tristan Parker STA Bryce Ottaway EAS Mitchell Wright BUL v v v v RESULTS Ipswich, lost 2-7 (Parker, Cooper) Gold Coast, lost 0-2 Maryborough, lost 0-1 Warwick, won 3-2 (McIntosh, Parker, Evetts)
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7 & 8 PLAY-OFF v Maryborough, won 2-1 in extra time (D Budd, N Budd) Finished 7th

5 & 6 PLAY-OFF DIV 2 v Gympie, won 3-0 (McIntosh 2, Mills) Finished 5th in Division 2

COACH: Dushen Salecich

MANAGER: Anthony Kenny

COACH: Gary Hjort

S T AT E O P E N C H AM P I O N S H I P S
Held in Murwillumbar, 29th April to 1st May 2006. Congratulations to the Players, Manager & Coach.

BRISBANE U18 TEAM 3


PLAYERS Anthony Hockings (C) EAS Chris Bell EAS Aaron Biase-McInally BUL Matthew Dickinson BUL Mitchell Dunning VAL Brett McDonald STA Ryan McKergow VAL Miles Neale COM Corey Washbourne BUL Charlie Bason RED Mitchell Grant BUL Gabriel Perry KWS Mace Camery EAS Bryce Morley COM MANAGER: Clarrie Hicks v v v v RESULTS Tweed Border, lost 0-3 Cairns, lost 0-12 Bundaberg, lost 0-6 Gympie, lost 0-1
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BRISBANE OPEN TEAM


PLAYERS David Halliday (C) RED Brad Mathers (VC) EAS Tristan Warburton STA Paul Kilpatrick STA Matthew Bradley STA Leon Lim BUL Joel Cummings UNI Christopher Beale COM Lee Rendell VAL Aaron Lane UNI Matthew Lagerroth COM Aaron Kingsford COM Michael Burtt UNI Joseph Reardon BUL Michael Stokes STA Justin Reid RED MANAGER: Anthony Kenny RESULTS v Townsville, won 2-0 (Reardon, Hanscomb) v Rockhampton, lost 2-5 (Reardon, Stokes) v Tweed Border, lost 1-4 (Mathers) v Cairns, won 4-2 (Reardon 2, Halliday, Mathers) 5 & 6 PLAY-OFF v Ipswich, lost 1-2 (Bradley)
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7 & 8 PLAY-OFF DIV 2 v Warwick, lost 2-4 Grant)

(Camery,

Finished 8th in Division 2

Finished 6th

COACH: Joe Gleadhill

COACH: Gavin Hanscomb

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S T AT E U N D E R 15 C H AM P I O N S H I P S
The Under 15 State Championships were held in Gympie from 3rd July to 7th July 2006. Congratulations to all Players, Managers & Coaches.

BRISBANE U15 TEAM 3


PLAYERS Kris Maslowskyj (GK)(C) - EAS Harrison Young (VC) - VAL Daniel Bailey - SWU Morgan Barton - COM Adrian Cross - VAL Darcy Dickman - VAL Alex Hall - EAS Joshua James - KWS David Jordan - RED Declan Kilkenny - SWU Adam Smart - SWU Ben Smeulders - BUL James Treeby - KWS Callum Young - VAL Angus Dawson (GK) - VAL MANAGER: Kerry Lund v v v v v RESULTS Townsville 2, drew 3-3 Ipswich 2, won 5-1 Toowoomba 2, drew 0-0 Gympie 2, won 4-1 Gold Coast 2, won 3-0

BRISBANE U15 TEAM 1


PLAYERS Andrew Campbell (C) - EAS Jacob Whetton (C) - EAS Andrew Newman (VC) - COM Daniel Biase-McInally - BUL James England - KWS Mitchell Grant - BUL Tom Harold - SWU Gareth Hughes - SWU Jacob Jennison KWS Aaron Lund KWS Gabriel Perry - KWS Blake Wallis - BUL Mitchell Wright - BUL Corey Harper (GK) - RED MANAGER: Duncan Campbell RESULTS Rockhampton, won 5-3 Tweed Border, won 8-2 Toowoomba, drew 2-2 Gympie, won 5-0 Gold Coast, won 3-1 Cairns, lost 1-2 Hervey Bay, won 3-0 SEMI-FINAL v Bundaberg, won 8-1 FINAL v Cairns, lost 1-2 v v v v v v v Finished 2nd in Division 1 COACH: Colin Morley AST COACH: Tom Whetton

DIV 2 PLAY-OFF v Gold Coast 2, won 4-0 DIV 2 FINAL v Townsville 2, won 2-1 Finished 1st in Division 2

COACH: Glenys Harten

S T AT E U N D E R 13 C H AM P I O N S H I P S
The Under 13 State Championships were at Atherton from 26th June to 30th June 06. Congratulations to all Players, Managers & Coaches.

BRISBANE U15 TEAM 2


PLAYERS Jason Lund (C) - KWS Darrin Parker (VC) - STA Mitchell Bolton - STA Jake Carl - COM Mace Camery - EAS Joe Chisholm - BUL Luke Karadzic - EAS Alwyn Krusi - SWU Joshua Mason - SWU Bryce Morley - COM Matthew Pembroke - EAS Scott Titmarsh - RED Joel Torrisi - COM Justin Morris (GK) - KWS v v v v v v v v v RESULTS Mackay, lost 1-5 Ipswich 1, won 4-1 Bundaberg, won 3-2 Sunshine Coast, won 5-0 Maryborough, won 2-1 Townsville 1, lost 2-4 Atherton, won 4-0 SEMI-FINAL Toowoomba 1, won 1-0 5 & 6 PLAY-OFF Rockhampton, lost 0-2
TH TH

BRISBANE U13 TEAM 1


PLAYERS Ethan Holmes (C) - RED Jarrod Bass (VC) - COM Tim Carter (VC) - COM Matthew Argent - KWS Daniel Beale - BUL Robert Bell - EAS Scott Boyde - EAS Justin England - KWS Kade Jennings - EAS Patrick Krusi - SWU Joshua McClelland - KWS Harry Neale - COM Hugh Pembroke - EAS Alex Mann (GK) - BUL MANAGER: Andrew Bell v v v v v RESULTS Townsville 1, won 3-0 Ipswich 1, won 2-0 Tweed Border, won2-1 Brisbane 2, won 5-0 Rockhampton won 1-0 Games abandoned due to wet weather

Finished 6th in Division 1 COACH: Peter Harten

MANAGER: Charlie & Shelley Torrisi

COACH: Mark Carter AST COACH: Sam Brooks

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BRISBANE U13 TEAM 2


PLAYERS Adam Wooler (C) - SWU Conor Kilkenny (VC) - SWU James Battams - NTH Aiden Campbell - COM Jarrod Farlow - STA Eadan Hockings - EAS Bradley Huxley - BUL Mitchell Kendall - SWU Tyler Meggs - BUL Calum Perey - STA Alexander Rendell - BUL Jason Sahli - BUL Jared Taylor - KWS Sam Wilkinson - COM Anthony Burke (GK) - NTH Andrew Dawson - COM MANAGER: Tony Battams v v v v v RESULTS Ipswich 1, won 1-0 Gladstone, drew 2-2 Brisbane 1, lost 0-5 Rockhampton, drew 2-2 Gold Coast, won 2-0 Games abandoned due to wet weather

OVER 45
The Over 45 State Veterans' Championships were held in Buderim, 10th - 12th June 2006. Congratulations to all Players.

BRISBANE OVER 45 TEAM 1


PLAYERS Garry Royle Terry Drummond Col Morley Chris Reid Robbie Milne Stephen Sawyers Russell Rendell Keith Dickinson Ian Halliday Allen Schasser Peter Chaseling Marino Berta Phil Guy Neil Chaseling Gary Rawding v v v v RESULTS Hervey Bay, won 3-0 (scorers n/a) Toowoomba 2, won 1-0 (P Chaseling) Mackay, drew 1-1 (Milne) Ipswich, won 2-0 (Rendell, Sawyers)

SEMI-FINAL v Ipswich, won 4-1 (Rendell 2, N Chaseling 2) FINAL v Toowoomba 1, lost 2-3 (Rendell, N Chaseling) Finished 2nd in Div 1

COACH: Grendell Antony AST COACH: Phil Farlow

BRISBANE OVER 45 TEAM 2


PLAYERS Gordon Jones Brian Seboa Kevin Luck Warwick Jones Barry Wells Ian Davis Ed Andersen John O'Donohue Terry Disteldorf Duncan Davis Andre Antony Ian Harcla Geoff Dennis Noel Rudkin Geoff Arnold David Todd v v v v v RESULTS Sunshine Coast 2, won 2-0 (Davis, Jones) Toowoomba 1, lost 0-4 Gladstone, lost 0-1 Tweed Border, lost 0-2
TH TH

10 & 11 PLAY-OFF v Toowoomba 2, won 3-0 (Rudkin, Harcla, Jones) Finished 2nd in Div 2

S T AT E V E T E R AN S ' C H AM P I O N S H I P S
OVER 40 & OVER 55
The Over 40 & Over 55 State Veterans' Championships were held in Mackay, 29th April - 1st May 2006. Congratulations to all Players.

BRISBANE OVER 40 TEAM


PLAYERS Martin Halsey Russell Smith Brendon Madden Rowan Brindley Peter Christensen Warwick Jones Gary Day Noel Cavanagh Darren Ruprecht Peter Deering Kevin Strickland Logan Ashmole Terry Brodin RESULTS v Townsville, won 2-0 (Catheral, Ruprecht) v Warwick, won 3-0 (Brodin 3) v Mackay 1, won 2-0 (Jones, Ashmole) v Moranbah, drew 0-0 v Ipswich, lost 1-4 (Farlow) v Gold Coast, won 2-0 (Ashmole 2) CROSS-OVER SEMI-FINAL v Townsville 1, drew 1-1 (Ashmole) then lost on strokes Finished 4th

BRISBANE OVER 45 TEAM 3


PLAYERS Bill Tomkins Ian Edwards Rod Hurst Ross Carrington Gil Straayer Clive Copley Gil Voysey Ajit Bhulla Alan Gough Graeme Higgins Col Sheppard Michael Sparks Andrew Chambers David Kerslake Robert Turner Ray Langer Ike Warren Trevor Griffin v v v v RESULTS Sunshine Coast 1, lost 0-4 Cairns, drew 1-1 (scorer n/a) Gold Coast, lost 0-1 Rockhampton, lost 0-4
TH TH

13 & 14 PLAY-OFF v Cairns, won 3-2 (Langer 2, Warren) Finished 5th in Div 2

BRISBANE OVER 55 TEAM


PLAYERS Gil Voysey Brian Seboa Bill Tomkins Alex Granlund Gary Smith Robbie Ray Tommy Peak Alan Robertson David McNulty Arthur Davey Alan Eden Bob Rowley Errol Weston John Chambers v v v v v RESULTS Sunshine Coast, won 1-0 (Eden) North Qld, won 1-0 (Eden) Toowoomba, drew 1-1 (Weston) Gold Coast, won 3-2 (Eden 2, Granlund) Central Qld, won 3-0 (Granlund, Rowley, Chambers)

FINAL v North Qld, won 2-1 (Weston, Rowley) Finished 1st Alex Granlund - Best Player

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COULTER SHIELD
Each year contested by the six centres that comprise the South Queensland Zone. The centres are Brisbane, Gold Coast, Ipswich, Toowoomba, Tweed Border and Warwick. Sunshine Coast (Wide Bay Zone) is usually invited to also participate each year.

UNDER 15
The U15 Coulter Shield was played at Buderim, 20th & 21st May 2006.

BRISBANE U15 COULTER SHIELD TEAM 1


PLAYERS Andrew Campbell (Co C) - EAS Jacob Whetton (Co C) - EAS Andrew Newman (VC) - COM Daniel Biase McInally - BUL James England - KWS Mitchell Grant - BUL Tom Harold - SWU Gareth Hughes - SWU Jacob Jennison - KWS Aaron Lund - KWS Bryce Morley - COM Gabriel Perry - KWS Blake Wallis - BUL Mitchell Wright - BUL Corey Harper (GK) - RED MANAGER: Duncan Campbell v v v v v RESULTS Ipswich, won 4-0 Toowoomba, won 3-0 Tweed Border, won 4-2 Sunshine Coast, won 15-2 Gold Coast, won 5-1 Finished 1st in Division 1

VETERANS' OVER 45
The O45 Coulter Shield was played at Buderim 22nd & 23rd April 2006.

BRISBANE VETERANS' OVER 45 COULTER SHIELD TEAM


PLAYERS Gary Royle Russell Rendell Colin Sheppard Ian Halliday Ian Edwards Chris Reid Graeme Higgins Terry Drummond Brendan Bourke David Kerslake Bill Tomkins RESULTS v Sunshine Coast, lost 0-2 v Gold Coast, won 4-0 (Rendell 3, Sheppard) v Ipswich, won 3-2 (Royle, Halliday, Rendell) Finished 2nd

COACH: Col Morley AST COACH: Tom Whetton

VETERANS' OVER 40
BHA did not send a team to the 2006 O40 Coulter Shield.

BRISBANE U15 COULTER SHIELD TEAM 2


PLAYERS Jason Lund (C) - KWS Darrin Parker (VC) - STA Mitchell Bolton - STA Mace Camery - EAS Jake Carl - COM Joseph Chisholm - BUL Luke Karadzic - EAS Alwyn Krusi - SWU Jason Lund - KWS Joshua Mason - SWU Matthew Pembroke - EAS Scott Titmarsh - RED Joel Torrisi - COM Mitchell Wright - BUL Justin Morris - KWS MANAGER: Bart Karadzic v v v v RESULTS Gold Coast, won 3-2 Ipswich, won 7-1 Brisbane 3, won 5-2 Toowoomba, won 6-0 Finished 1st in Division 2

UNDER 18
The U18 Coulter Shield was played at Ipswich 29th & 30th July 2006.

BRISBANE U18 COULTER SHIELD TEAM 1


PLAYERS Christopher Beale COM Nick Budd RED Curtis Hevey COM Shane Kenny RED Matthew Lagerroth COM Brendan Lane UNI Grayson Leadbetter RED James McAlpine RED Simon Munro RED Nathan Mura EAS Dean Rawding COM Ian Schulz RED Alex Swann RED Leighton Stock COM Jacob Webber EAS MANAGER: Matthew Marsden RESULTS v Tweed Border, won 1-0 (Webber) v Toowoomba, won 5-2 v Sunshine Coast, won 6-0 (Lagerroth 3, Kenny 3) v Gold Coast, won 5-1 (Swann 2, Budd, Beale, McAlpine) v Ipswich, won 6-2 (Swann, Budd, Beale, Rawding, Schulz) Finished 1st in Division 1

COACH: Peter Harten

BRISBANE U15 COULTER SHIELD TEAM 3


PLAYERS Kris Maslowskyj (GK)(C) - EAS Harrison Young (VC) - VAL Daniel Bailey - SWU Morgan Barton - COM Adrian Cross - VAL Robert Donald - EAS Darcy Dickman - VAL Alex Hall - EAS Joshua James - KWS David Jordan - RED Declan Kilkenny - SWU Ben Smeulders - BUL James Treeby - KWS Callum Young - VAL Angus Dawson (GK) - VAL MANAGER: Kerry Lund v v v v RESULTS Ipswich 2, won 5-1 Toowoomba 2, won 3-1 Gold Coast 2, won 3-1 Brisbane 2, lost 2-5 Finished 2nd in Division 2

COACH: Craig Lagerroth

BRISBANE U18 COULTER SHIELD TEAM 2


PLAYERS Billy Cooper EAS Ben Brugman EAS Rohan Butterworth BUL Jason Cross VAL Jameson Evetts COM Adam Grant BUL Patrick Gleadhill EAS Craig Mackintosh BUL Adam McClelland KWS Ryan McKergow VAL Jamie Mills EAS Lachlan Morley COM Bryce Ottaway EAS Shane Rudken RED Triston Parker STA MANAGER: Anthony Kenny RESULTS v Ispwich, won 8-1 (Parker 4, McClelland 3, Mackintosh) v Warwick, won 5-1 (McClelland 2, Evetts, Mackintosh, McKergow) v Toowoomba, won 4-0 (McClelland 3, Mackintosh) Finished 1st in Division 2

COACH: Glenys Harten

COACH: Gary Hjort

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UNDER 13
The U13 Coulter Shield was held at Gold Coast, 13th & 14th May 2006.

UNDER 11 BRISBANE U13 COULTER SHIELD TEAM 1


The U11 Coulter Shield was held in Toowoomba, 29th & 30th July 2006.

PLAYERS Ethan Holmes (C) - RED Jarrod Bass (VC) - COM Tim Carter (VC) - COM Matthew Argent - KWS Daniel Beale - BUL Robert Bell - EAS Scott Boyde - EAS Justin England - KWS Kade Jennings - EAS Patrick Krusi - SWU Joshua McClelland - KWS Hugh Pembroke - EAS Beau Reid - BUL Alex Mann (GK) - BUL Andrew Dawson (GK) - COM Anthony Burke (GK) - NTH MANAGER: Andrew Bell

v v v v v

RESULTS Sunshine Coast, won 9-0 Ipswich, won 10-0 Tweed Border, lost 2-3 Toowoomba, won 5-0 Gold Coast, won 5-0 Finished 2nd in Division 1

BRISBANE U11 COULTER SHIELD TEAM 1


PLAYERS Callum Rainbow (C) - NTH Simon Bell (VC) - EAS Joshua Beale - BUL Alexander Bhugon - RED James Carroll - BUL Mitchell Frearson - NTH Jared Grant - BUL Hugh Marsden - EAS Nathaniel Mason - SWU Joshua Nagle - BUL Jack Noonan - EAS Harry Piaggio - SWU Matthew Shaw - EAS Michael Luck (GK) - BUL Tim Allen (GK) - PIN MANAGER: Alyson Allen v v v v v RESULTS Toowoomba, lost 1-2 Sunshine Coast, lost 1-2 Tweed Border, won 3-1 Ipswich, won 1-0 Gold Coast, won 3-0 Finished 2nd in 1st Division

(v Twba) (v GCst) COACH: Mark Carter AST COACH: Sam Brooks

COACH: Geoff Grant AST COACH: Adam Grant

BRISBANE U13 COULTER SHIELD TEAM 2


PLAYERS Harry Neale (C) - COM James Battams - NTH Aiden Campbell - COM Eadan Hockings - EAS Bradley Huxley - BUL Mitchell Kendall - SWU Conor Kilkenny - SWU Tyler Meggs - BUL Calum Perey - STA Alexander Rendell - BUL Jason Sahli - BUL Jared Taylor- KWS Sam Wilkinson - COM Anthony Burke (GK) - NTH Andrew Dawson (GK) - COM MANAGER: Tony Battams v v v v RESULTS Ipswich, won 5-1 Warwick, won 5-1 Brisbane 3, won 3-2 Gold Coast, won 6-1 Finished 1st in Division 2

COACH: Grendell Antony AST COACH: Phil Farlow

BRISBANE U13 COULTER SHIELD TEAM 3


PLAYERS Daniel OFlaherty (C) - STA Ayden Betts (VC) - KWS Callum Andrews - COM Sam Fields - COM Darby Gould - STA Luke Healy - PIN Reegan Hollett - STA Mark Hughes - SWU Lewis Machen - KWS Ben Merange - BUL Roshan Mohan - KWS Nicholas Rowland - KWS Adam Wooler - SWU Sean Healy (GK) - PIN MANAGER: Brett Gould v v v v RESULTS Gold Coast, lost 2-3 Ipswich, drew 1-1 Brisbane 2, lost 2-3 Warwick, lost 0-3 Finished 5th in Division 2

BRISBANE U11 COULTER SHIELD TEAM 2


PLAYERS Nathan Hurley (C) EAS Sam Toigo (VC) - NTH Josiah Atkinson - PIN Sean Barrett - PIN Andrew Doan - EAS Sam Hamilton - KWS Tim Howard - EAS Mitchell King - STA Joshua Nicol - BUL Conor Patton -VAL Hewy Rendell - NTH Finnegan Sanders-Dwyer - VAL Christian Wilson - EAS Joshua Brindley (GK) - STA Joshua Atlee (GK) - SWU MANAGER: Mike Barrett v v v v RESULTS Warwick, won 10-0 Ipswich, won 10-0 Gold Coast, won 4-0 Toowoomba, won 4-0 Finished 1st in 2nd Division

COACH: Jim Hamilton AST COACH: Howard Rowland

COACH: Mrs Jan Hamilton AST COACH: Tim Howard

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B R I S B AN E

SYDNEY

This year it was Brisbane's turn to travel to Sydney, and for the first time an U18 Division was included. All matches were played at the Sydney St George Hockey Grounds at Kyeemagh, 29 th & 30th April 2006.

BRISBANE U15 TEAM 2 V SYDNEY


PLAYERS Jason Lund (C) - KWS Darrin Parker (VC) - STA Mace Camery - EAS Jake Carl - COM Joseph Chisholm - BUL Gareth Hughes - SWU David Jordan - RED Luke Karadzic - EAS Alwyn Krusi - SWU Joshua Mason - SWU Bryce Morley - COM Matthew Pembroke - EAS Scott Titmarsh - RED Justin Morris - KWS MANAGER: Bart Karadzic RESULTS Saturday 29th April, won 2-0 Sunday 30th April, won 4-3 Winner: Brisbane

BRISBANE U18 TEAM V SYDNEY


PLAYERS Nick Budd RED Curtis Hevey COM Shane Kenny RED Shane Rudkin RED Tristan Parker STA Grayson Leadbetter RED Jameson Evetts COM Adam Grant BUL Nathan Mura EAS Adam McClelland KWS Ian Schulz RED Alex Swann RED Jacob Webber EAS MANAGER: Matthew Marsden RESULTS Saturday 29th April, lost 1-4 Sunday 30th April, won 2-1 Winner: Shared

COACH: Peter Harten

COACH: Craig Lagerroth

S O U T H E R N S K I E S T O U R N AM E N T
The Southern Skies Tournament is an international event held each year in and around Brisbane. It involves several sports. This year's Hockey Tournament was played 3rd July - 7th July 2006 at the SHC. Apart from the two BHA Teams there were three teams from New Zealand as well as a Brisbane school-based team, Southern Skies Blue, the latter eventually winning the Tournament.

BRISBANE U15 TEAM 1 V SYDNEY


PLAYERS Andrew Campbell (CoC) - EAS Jacob Whetton (CoC) - EAS Andrew Newman (VC) - COM Daniel Biase McInally - BUL Mitchell Bolton - STA James England - KWS Mitchell Grant - BUL Tom Harold - SWU Jacob Jennison - KWS Aaron Lund - KWS Gabriel Perry - KWS Joel Torrisi - COM Blake Wallis - BUL Corey Harper (GK) - Red MANAGER: Duncan Campbell RESULTS Saturday 29th April, drew 1-1 Sunday 30th April, won 2-1 Winner: Brisbane, thereby retaining the Herb Fibbins & PT Jones Trophy

BRISBANE U18 TEAM 1 - BHA 1


PLAYERS Bryce Ottaway - EAS Jameson Evetts - COM Luke Jennings - EAS Nathan Mura - EAS Simon Munro - RED Chris Bell - EAS Ryan McKergow - VAL Patrick Gleadhill - EAS Triston Parker - STA Brendan Lane - UNI Craig MacKintosh - BUL Jamie Mills - EAS Rhys Manly - EAS Anthony Hockings - EAS Omar Khateeb - SWU v v v v v RESULTS Southern Skies Blue, drew 3-3 BHA 2, won 4-3 Putaruru, won 9-1 Mountain View, won 5-0 Kelston, won 11-1

PRELIM FINAL v Mountain View, won 9-0 FINAL v Southern Skies Blue, lost 1-6 BHA 1 finished 2nd COACH: Joe Gleadhill

COACH: Colin Morley AST COACH: Tom Whetton

BRISBANE U13 TEAM V SYDNEY


PLAYERS Ethan Holmes (C) - RED Jarrod Bass (VC) - COM Tim Carter (VC) - COM Matthew Argent - KWS Daniel Beale - BUL Robert Bell - EAS Scott Boyde - EAS Justin England - KWS Kade Jennings - EAS Patrick Krusi - SWU Joshua McClelland - KWS Hugh Pembroke - EAS Beau Reid - BUL Alex Mann (GK) - BUL MANAGER: Andrew Bell RESULTS Saturday 29th April, won 4-2 Sunday 30th April, drew 2-2 Winner: Brisbane, thereby retaining the Harry Spice Trophy

BRISBANE U18 TEAM 2 - BHA 2


PLAYERS Charlie Bason - RED Mitchell Dunning - VAL Aaron Biase-McInally - BUL Corey Washbourne - BUL Liam Warton - NTH Michael Troup - KWS Miles Cullen - KWS Brett McDonald - STA Jared Mann - BUL Ryan Dodd - n/a David Moala - n/a v v v v v RESULTS Kelston, lost 1-2 BHA 1, lost 3-4 Southern Skies Blue, lost 1-9 Putaruru, won 6-1 Mountain View, won 7-1

PRELIM FINAL v Southern Skies Blue, lost 0-3 FINAL v Kelston, won 6-5 BHA 2 finished 3rd COACH: George Clutton

COACH: Mark Carter

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REPRESENTATIVE HONOURS ACHIEVED BY BRISBANE PLAYERS


Only players who were registered and played with a Brisbane club during 2006 are listed. These lists were sourced from Hockey Queensland - errors and omissions excepted.

VETERANS OVER 55
Brian Seboa; Gill Voysey; Arthur Davey; Bill Tomkins; Ross Younger; Gary Smith; John O'Donohue; Dave McNulty

VETERANS OVER 60
Alan Robertson; Robert Ray

A U S T R AL I AN T E AM S & S Q U AD S
AIS SCHOLARSHIP HOLDERS
Kiel Brown; Liam De Young

VETERANS OVER 65
John Bowkett; Tom Peake

AUSTRALIAN SENIOR SQUAD (KOOKABURRAS)


Dean Butler; Liam De Young; Stephen Lambert

AUSTRALIAN DEVELOPMENT SQUAD


Kiel Brown

AUSTRALIAN VETERANS INTERNATIONAL MASTERS HOCKEY - KOREA


Peter Deering; Ashley Grummit

AUSTRALIAN VETERANS TRANS TASMAN MASTERS HOCKEY CHALLENGE


45+ Terry Drummond; Chris Reid; Russell Rendell

AUSTRALIAN VETERANS VETERANS WORLD CUP GERMANY O45


Terry Drummond; Peter Kruger; Russell Rendell

AUSTRALIAN VETERANS VETERANS WORLD CUP GERMANY O60


Alan Robertson; Mick Julian; Van Richards-Smith; Robert Rowley

Q U E E N S L AN D T E AM S & S Q U AD S
QAS SQUAD 2006 (JULY)
Jacob Burns; Dean Butler, Liam De Young, Stephen Lambert; David Reid BHL1 - Commercial v Redcliffe Leagues

QAS REGIONAL TRAINING


Ben Flemming; Liam Brown

QUEENSLAND BLADES TEAM AHL 2006


Mitch Baker; Kiel Brown; Jacob Burns; Dean Butler; George Clutton; Liam De Young; David Donnelly; Tobias Figura; Ben Flemming; Stephen Lambert; Jason Wilson; Mark Harris; Todd Watson; Treva Mills; Wayne Barry; Tom Brough; Paul Nichols; Liam Brown; Steven Green; Jarrod Black

UNDER 21 CANBERRA JULY 2006


Tom Brough (Co-Cap); Paul Nichols (Co-Cap); Michael Bates; Tim Bates; Liam Brown; Jacob Burns; Ben Flemming; Treva Mills; Jason Wilson. Shadows: Ben Sawyers; Alex Swann

UNDER 18 DARWIN MAY 2006


Ian Schulz; Michael Bates; Alex Swann; James McAlpine Shadows: Shane Kenny; Chris Beale; Tim Bates

UNDER 15 MELBOURNE SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2006


Andrew Campbell(C); Jacob Whetton (VC); Andrew Newman Shadows: Mitchell Grant; Jacob Jennison BHL1 - Pine Rivers St Andrews Norths v Eastern Suburbs

UNDER 15 TALENT IDENTIFICATION SQUAD


Daniel Biase-McInally; Gabriel Perry

UNDER 13 CANBERRA OCTOBER 2006


Jarrod Bass; Daniel Beale; Justin England; Patrick Krusi Shadows: Kade Jennings; Ethan Holmes

SECONDARY SCHOOLBOYS U19 NEW ZEALAND


Chris Beale; Matthew Lagerroth; Adam McClelland; Shane Rudkin

SECONDARY SCHOOLBOYS U16 ADELAIDE


Andrew Newman; Jacob Webber; Jacob Whetton

VETERANS OVER 40
Peter Deering; Paul Gasmier; Ashley Grummitt; Peter Kruger; Terry Brodin; Noel Cavanagh; Graham Taylor; Russel Thorburn; Russell Smith; Steve Jennison; Martin Halsey; Phil Farlow; Logan Ashmore

VETERANS OVER 45
Jeff Holt; Peter Chaseling; Andre Antony; Kevin Luck; Ian Harcla

VETERANS OVER 50
Gary Royle; Gil Straayer; Ross Carrington; Graeme Higgins; Ian Edwards; Rod Hurst

BHL1 - Bulimba v Pine Rivers St Andrews Norths

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COMPETITIONS
S E N I O R T E AM S T R E N G T H S & G R AD I N G S
Senior Divisions Five Year Snapshot 2002 to 2006

J U N I O R T E AM S T R E N G T H S & G R AD I N G S
This table shows the number of junior teams per club in 2006.

TEAM STRENGTHS PER CLUB


2006 9 7 8 5 2 3 3 4 1 2 5 2 1 5 7 6 70 CLUB Bulimba Commercial Easts Kedron Wavell Logan Norths Norths / St Andrews Pine Hills Pine Rivers St Andrews Redcliffe Leagues South West United Valley Totals J / U13 / U11 7 3 6 4 1 2 2 2 3 4 5 3 42 UNDER 9 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 12

TEAM STRENGTHS PER CLUB


Bulimba Commercial Eastern Suburbs Kedron Wavell Services Logan Northern Suburbs * Pine Hills Pine Rivers St Andrews * Queensland Police Q. U. T. Redcliffe Leagues South Brisbane Eagles Southbank Strikers (Storm) South West United University of Queensland Valley Team Totals:

2002 8 7 6 2 1 5 2 6 1 3 5 0 2 5 8 6 67

2003 8 6 6 3 1.5 3 2 4 1 2.5 5.5 0 1.5 5 7 6 62

2004 8 7 8 3 1 4 3 4 1 3 4.5 1 1.5 4 6 6 65

2005 7 7 8 5 2 4.5 2 5 1 3 4.5 2 1 5 6 6 69

* These clubs entered joint teams in at least one or more divisions in 2006.
The ".5" is not indicative of actual player numbers from each individual club but rather it signifies a joint team.

DISTRIBUTION OF TEAMS PER JUNIOR DIVISION


GRADE J1 J2 J3 Under 13 Under 11 Sub-total: Under 9 Total: Minkey TEAMS 5 7 5 12 13 42 12 54 Shaw Park non-competitive non-competitive DIVISION TEAMS

DISTRIBUTION OF TEAMS PER SENIOR DIVISION 2002 2003 2004


BHL1 BHL2 BHL3 BHL4 BHL5 CHL1 CHL2 CHL3 VHL1-2 VHL2 Totals: 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 12 67 7 7 8 8 6 6 8 12 62 7 8 8 8 8 5 8 7 6 65

2005
7 8 8 8 10 7 7 7 7 69

2006
7 9 7 10 7 6 8 6 10 70

1 2 1 2

6 6 5 8

Note: For a view of the divisions into which each club entered its teams refer to "The Final Points Table".

BHL1 - Eastern Suburbs v Pine Rivers St Andrews Norths

BHL1 - University of Queensland v Redcliffe Leagues

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F I N AL S E N I O R P O I N T S T AB L E S 2006
BHL 1 Easts (t, #) Bulimba (r) Commercial (m, P) Redcliffe Leagues Valley University of Queensland PR St Andrews Norths BHL 2 Commercial (m, t, #, r) Valley (P) Easts Redcliffe Leagues University of Queensland Bulimba Q.U.T. South West United PR St Andrews Norths BHL 3 Commercial (t, #, P) University of Queensland (m, r) Kedron Wavell Services Easts Bulimba Valley South West United BHL 4 Easts (t, #, P) University of Queensland (m) Commercial (r) Bulimba PR St Andrews Norths Valley Q.U.T. Kedron Wavell Services South Brisbane Eagles Redcliffe Leagues BHL 5 Bulimba (m, t, #, r) Easts Logan (P) Kedron Wavell Services University of Queensland South West United Pine Hills
Columns: P Matches Played WF Won on Forfeit GA Goals Against Pts Points i.e. 3 for W, WF & B; Key: ( # ) Minor Premiers ( r ) Premiership Runner-up 1 for D;

P 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 P 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 P 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 P 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 P 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

W 17 13 11 7 6 3 1 W 13 11 10 10 5 4 4 1 W 13 11 11 7 6 5 W 14 14 14 7 7 6 5 4 4 3 W 11 9 10 5 6 4 3

L 1 4 7 8 11 13 14 L 4 4 5 6 6 8 11 14 L 3 2 7 5 10 11 15 L 3 3 3 8 9 9 11 11 11 10 L 3 2 6 8 9 10 10
W Won

D 1 3 1 2 3 D 3 1 2 1 5 6 4 4 2 D 1 5 5 2 2 3 D 1 1 1 3 2 3 2 3 3 5 D 4 6 1 4 3 4 4

WF

LF

B 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

GF 107 84 68 35 41 20 15 GF 63 56 69 55 38 41 44 17 10 GF 64 48 57 57 44 54 20 GF 63 54 63 47 49 44 44 33 44 26

GA 24 30 36 40 61 73 106 GA 19 40 25 35 47 41 59 49 78 GA 26 22 40 44 60 68 84 GA 25 26 42 45 53 44 57 58 67 50 GA 24 25 33 32 32 39 69
D Drawn

Dif 83 54 32 -5 -20 -53 -91 Dif 44 16 44 20 -9 0 -15 -32 -68 Dif 38 26 17 13 -16 -14 -64 Dif 38 28 21 2 -4 0 -13 -25 -23 -24 Dif 24 19 21 -9 -1 -12 -42

Pts 60 49 42 33 28 20 15 Pts 48 40 38 37 26 24 22 13 8 Pts 52 47 42 35 29 26 12 Pts 43 43 43 24 23 21 17 15 15 14 Pts 46 45 40 31 30 25 22

WF

LF

B 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

WF 1

LF

B 3 3 3

3 3 3 3

WF

LF

WF 1

LF

B 3 3

GF 48 44 54 23 31 27 27

1 1

3 3 3 3

3
L Lost B Bye

LF Lost on Forfeit Dif Goal Difference i.e. GF minus GA. 0 for L & LF. ( t ) Presidents Trophy winner ( P ) Premiership Winners.

GF Goals For

( m ) Memorial Cup winner Club names in bold teams in Finals Series

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CHL 1 Commercial (m, t, #, P) Easts (r) PR St Andrews Norths 2 Valley PR St Andrews Norths 1 Bulimba CHL 2 Pine Hills (t, #) Logan (m, P) Queensland Police (r) South West United Commercial University of Queensland South Brisbane Eagles Redcliffe Leagues VHL 1 Kedron Wavell Services (m, t, #, r) Easts (P) Bulimba PR St Andrews Norths Valley University of Queensland VHL 2 Kedron Wavell Services (t, #, r) PR St Andrews Norths Redcliffe Leagues South West United (m, P) Commercial Pine Hills Easts Bulimba White * Bulimba Green Southbank Storm
Columns: P Matches Played WF Won on Forfeit GA Goals Against

P 20 20 20 20 20 20 P 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 P 20 20 20 20 20 20 P 23 23 22 23 23 23 23 18 22 22

W 17 9 8 5 5 1 W 15 14 12 10 8 8 4 2 W 13 13 12 6 5 2 W 18 17 13 14 10 7 6 5 3 1

L 5 5 7 10 18 L 3 4 4 8 10 11 16 17 L 4 4 5 11 13 14 L 3 3 3 4 9 14 14 11 18 17
W Won

D 2 6 6 8 4

WF

LF 1

GF 72 53 40 26 44

GA 24 31 31 28 50 79 GA 19 37 29 31 37 40 85 56 GA 25 27 35 62 64 79 GA 23 29 21 31 44 55 50 33 44 75
D Drawn

Dif 48 22 9 -2 -6 -71 Dif 44 33 28 9 0 -4 -68 -42 Dif 53 36 11 -9 -34 -57 Dif 59 28 39 22 -1 -20 -22 -9 -35 -61

Pts 53 33 33 23 22 3 Pts 50 45 41 33 29 26 12 7 Pts 44 42 39 21 17 9 Pts 61 60 53 53 39 29 27 23 20 13

1 1 1

8 B GF 63 70 57 40

D 2 3 5 3 2 2

WF 1

LF

1 1

37 36 17 14 B GF 78 63 46 53 30 1 22 B 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 GF 82 57 60 53 43 35 28 24 9 14 1

1 D 2 3 3 3 2 3 D 1 3 5 5 3 2 3 2 2 4 1 1 WF WF 1

LF

LF 1

2 2
L Lost B Bye

* Bulimba White entered the competition 2nd May 06

LF Lost on Forfeit Dif Goal Difference i.e. GF minus GA. 1 for D; 0 for L & LF. ( t ) Presidents Trophy winner ( P ) Premiership Winners.

GF Goals For

Pts Points i.e. 3 for W, WF & B; Key: ( # ) Minor Premiers ( r ) Premiership Runner-up

( m ) Memorial Cup winner Club names in bold teams in Finals Series

BHL1 - University of Qld v Commercial

BHL1 - Bulimba v Eastern Suburbs

BHL1 - Valley v Redcliffe Leagues

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F I N AL J U N I O R P O I N T S T AB L E S 2006
J1 Easts (#, P) Kedron Wavell (r) Redcliffe Leagues Bulimba PR St Andrews J2 Bulimba (#, r) Commercial (P) South West United Easts Norths Kedron Wavell Services Valley PR St Andrews * J3 Bulimba (#, P) Redcliffe Leagues (r) Easts PR St Andrews * Valley U13 / 1 Commercial (#, P) Bulimba (r) South West United Easts Kedron Wavell Services PR St Andrews Norths U13 / 2 Norths PR St Andrews (#, r) Pine Hills (P) South West United Commercial Bulimba Redcliffe Leagues U11 / 1 Easts (#, r) Bulimba Norths (P) South West United Redcliffe Leagues U11 / 2 PR St Andrews (#, P) Valley (r) Kedron Wavell Services Pine Hills Bulimba South West United Logan Easts
Columns: P Matches Played WF Won on Forfeit GA Goals Against Pts Points i.e. 3 for W, WF & B; Key: ( # ) Minor Premiers 1 for D;

P 15 15 15 15 15 P 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 3 P 18 18 18 18 18 P 15 15 15 15 15 15 P 15 15 15 15 15 15 P 15 15 15 15 15 P 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

W 7 6 6 4 2 W 9 8 7 6 3 3

L 1 4 6 6 8 L 1 2 2 3 7 9 12

D 4 2 2 2 D 2 2 3 3 2

WF

LF

B 3 3 3 3 3

GF 44 34 36 27 17 GF 54 37 51 34 28 21 10 0

GA 17 35 34 38 34 GA 19 19 24 15 42 46 49 9 GA 21 24 38 52 59 GA 16 31 36 36 59 86 GA 26 28 34 32 39 41 GA 12 13 24 33 65 GA 9 9 20 21 22 30 61 61
D Drawn

Dif 27 -1 2 -11 -17 Dif 35 18 27 19 -14 -25 -39 -9 Dif 35 29 -9 -26 -38 Dif 40 23 9 17 -22 -67 Dif 43 10 2 -9 -18 -28 Dif 29 22 17 -6 -62 Dif 47 49 20 15 8 -22 -59 -58

Pts 34 29 27 23 17 Pts 35 32 30 27 17 15 6 0 Pts 43 43 25 21 17 Pts 36 28 28 26 15 0 Pts 41 25 22 14 12 11 Pts 39 36 33 18 9 Pts 37 33 28 24 20 9 5 4

WF 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

LF

B 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

3 W 11 11 5 3 2 W 12 9 9 8 5 W 13 7 7 2 2 3 W 10 9 8 3 W 12 10 9 6 5 2 1 1 4 6 7 7 10 L 2 3 4 9 12 L 1 1 4 4 6 9 9 12
W Won LF Lost on Forfeit Dif Goal Difference i.e. GF minus GA. 0 for L & LF. ( r ) Premiership Runner-up

* Moved to J3 from 10/04/06

L 3 3 9 6 11 L 3 5 5 5 10 15 L

D 1 1 1 3 2 D 1 1 2

WF

LF

B 3 3 3

GF 56 53 29 26 21 GF 56 54 45 53 37 19

3 3

* Moved from J2 from 10/04/06

WF

LF

D 2 4 1 5 6 2 D

WF

LF

GF 69 38

1 1

36 23 21 13

WF

LF

B 3 3 3 3 3

GF 41 35 41 27 3 GF 56 58 40

D 1 3 1 3 2 3 2 1

WF

LF

1 1 2

36 30 8 2 3
L Lost B Bye

GF Goals For

Club names in bold teams in Finals Series ( P ) Premiership Winners.

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F I N AL I S T S
BHL 1 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

IN

E AC H S E N I O R D I V I S I O N
(Minor Premiers)

BHL4

(Following the completion of Fixtures) Easts Bulimba Commercial Redcliffe Leagues Commercial Valley Easts Redcliffe Leagues University of Queensland Commercial University of Queensland Kedron Wavell Services Easts Easts University of Queensland Commercial Bulimba PR St Andrews Norths Bulimba Easts Logan Kedron Wavell Services Commercial Easts PR St Andrews Norths 2 Valley Pine Hills Logan Queensland Police South West United Kedron Wavell Services Easts Bulimba PR St Andrews Norths Kedron Wavell Services PR St Andrews Norths Redcliffe Leagues South West United

BHL5 CHL1 (Minor Premiers) CHL2 VHL1 VHL2 (Minor Premiers)

BHL 2

BHL 3

1st 1st 2nd 2nd (Maj) (Min) (Maj) (Min) (Maj) (Min) (Maj) (Min) (Maj) (Min)

Commercial PR StA Norths Eastern Suburbs University of Qld Bulimba Logan Commercial Valley Logan Qld Police Eastern Suburbs Bulimba Kedron Wavell South West United

3 3 4 3 1 3 1 2 4 3 3 1 2 2

def def def def def def def def def def def def def def

University of Qld Bulimba Commercial PR STA Norths Eastern Suburbs Kedron Wavell Eastern Suburbs PR STA Norths Pine Hills South West United Kedron Wavell PR STA Norths PR STA Norths Redcliffe Leagues

0 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0

PR E L I MI NAR Y F IN AL S
BHL1 BHL2 BHL3 BHL4 BHL5 CHL1 CHL2 VHL1 VHL2 Commercial Valley Commercial Commercial Logan Eastern Suburbs Qld Police Kedron Wavell South West United 4 7 4 2 4 1 5 1 1 def def def def def def def def def Eastern Suburbs Eastern Suburbs Kedron Wavell University of Qld Eastern Suburbs Valley Pine Hills Bulimba PR STA Norths 3 6 1 1 2 0 3 1 0

BHL 4

(Minor Premiers)

BHL 5

(Minor Premiers)

G R AN D F IN AL S
(Minor Premiers) BHL1 BHL2 BHL3 BHL4 BHL5 CHL1 CHL2 VHL1 VHL2 Commercial Valley Commercial Eastern Suburbs Logan Commercial Logan Eastern Suburbs South West United 4 3 6 4 2 2 6 2 2 def def def def def def def def def Bulimba Commercial University of Qld Commercial Bulimba Eastern Suburbs Qld Police Kedron Wavell Kedron Wavell 3 2 3 3 1 0 3 0 1

CHL 1

CHL 2

(Minor Premiers)

VHL 1

(Minor Premiers)

F I N AL S E N I O R R E S U L T S
GRADE PREMIERS
BHL1 Commercial Valley Commercial

RUNNERS UP
Bulimba Commercial University of Qld

MINOR PREMIERS
Eastern Suburbs Commercial Commercial Eastern Suburbs Bulimba Commercial Pine Hills Kedron Wavell S. Kedron Wavell S.

VHL 2

(Minor Premiers)

BHL2 BHL3 BHL4 BHL5

Eastern Suburbs Commercial Logan Commercial Logan Bulimba Eastern Suburbs Qld Police

Refer to "Final Points Tables 2006" for further Finals information.

RESULTS
BHL1 (Maj) (Min) BHL2 1st 1st 2nd 2nd BHL3 (Maj) (Min)

OF

S E N I O R F I N AL S
SE MI- FI N AL S
4 4 6 2 4 4 2 3 def def def def def def def def Eastern Suburbs Redcliffe Leagues Valley University of Qld Eastern Suburbs Redcliffe Leagues Commercial Eastern Suburbs 1 3 4 1 3 1 0 1

CHL1 CHL2 VHL1 VHL2

Bulimba Commercial Eastern Suburbs Redcliffe Leagues Commercial Valley University of Qld Kedron Wavell

Eastern Suburbs Kedron Wavell S. South West U. Kedron Wavell S.

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F I N AL I S T S
J 1 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

IN

E AC H J U N I O R D I V I S I O N
J1 J2 J3 (Minor Premiers) (Minor Premiers) Bulimba

PR E L I MI NAR Y F IN AL S
Eastern Suburbs v Redcliffe Leagues v South West United v Pine Rivers St Andrews v South West United v South West United v Northern Suburbs 32 50 32 30 51 12
After extra time

(Following the completion of Fixtures) Eastern Suburbs Kedron Wavell Services Redcliffe Leagues Bulimba Bulimba Commercial South West United Eastern Suburbs Bulimba Redcliffe Leagues Eastern Suburbs Pine Rivers St Andrews Commercial Bulimba South West United Eastern Suburbs Norths / PR St Andrews Pine Hills South West United Commercial Eastern Suburbs Bulimba Northern Suburbs South West United Pine Rivers St Andrews Valley Kedron Wavell Services Pine Hills

Redcliffe Leagues

J 2

U13/1 Bulimba U13/2 Pine Hills U11/1 Bulimba

J 3

(Minor Premiers) U11/2 Valley

v Kedron Wavell Services

00

After extra time, Valley winner on Premiership Points

U 13 Div 1

(Minor Premiers) J1

G R AN D F IN AL S
Kedron Wavell Services v Eastern Suburbs 21
After drop-off

U 13 Div 2

(Minor Premiers)

J2 J3

Commercial Bulimba

v Bulimba v Redcliffe Leagues v Bulimba

21 40 31 23 02 20

U13/1 Commercial U 11 Div 1 (Minor Premiers)

U13/2 Norths / PR St Andrews v Pine Hills U11/1 Eastern Suburbs (Minor Premiers) U11/2 Pine Rivers St Andrews v Northern Suburbs v Valley

U 11 Div 2

F I N AL J U N I O R R E S U L T S
GRADE PREMIERS RUNNERS UP
Kedron Wavell S. Bulimba Redcliffe Leagues Bulimba Norths/PR StA Eastern Suburbs Valley

MINOR PREMIERS
Eastern Suburbs Bulimba Bulimba Commercial Norths/PR StA Eastern Suburbs PR St Andrews

RESULTS
J1

OF

J U N I O R F I N AL S
SE MI- FI N AL S
v Kedron Wavell Services v Bulimba v Commercial v Eastern Suburbs v Redcliffe Leagues v Pine Rivers St Andrews v Bulimba v Eastern Suburbs v Pine Hills v Commercial 24 51 15 21 22 23 31 53 20 11

J1 J2 J3 U13/1 U13/2 U11/1 U11/2

Eastern Suburbs Commercial Bulimba Commercial Pine Hills Northern Suburbs PR St Andrews

Eastern Suburbs Redcliffe Leagues Bulimba South West United Bulimba Eastern Suburbs

J2

J3

After extra time, Bulimba winner on Premiership Points

U13/1 Commercial South West United U13/2 Norths / PR St Andrews South West United

After extra time, South West United winner on Premiership Points

U11/1 Eastern Suburbs Northern Suburbs U11/2 Pine Rivers St Andrews Kedron Wavell Services

v Bulimba v South West United v Valley v Pine Hills

32 41 31 11

After extra time, Kedron Wavell Services winner on Premiership Points

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AWARDS
T H E BHA B E S T & F AI R E S T M E D AL
Each year a special medal is awarded to the "Best and Fairest Player" of BHL1. In order to establish a winner points are awarded in secret by the BHL1 Umpires throughout the Season. These points are then tallied and the results announced at a function at the end of the playing season. The 2006 BHA Best & Fairest Medal was awarded at The Big Gig, a celebration to mark the end of the playing season which was held at the SHC, Saturday 26th August 2006.

Also awarded at The Big Gig were:

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR


Nicholas Budd (Redcliffe Leagues)

COACH OF THE YEAR


Reg Knowles (Eastern Suburbs)

UMPIRE OF THE YEAR


Pat Fairhall

BHA SERVICE AWARDS


Lex Barney 10 Years BHA RCD Pat Fairhall 300 1st Div Matches

S E R V I C E A W AR D - P AT F AI R H AL L
Pat Fairhall commenced his umpiring career in 1983. He umpired his first senior match in 1985 and subsequently his first Division 1 match in this same year between City United (now Kedron Wavell Services) and Northern Suburbs at Burringbar Park. He then continued as a Division 1 Umpire until 1988 when he took a break to get married and have children. Pat returned to umpiring in 1995. He has continued to umpire Division 1 matches since then up to the present. This year saw him umpire his 300th Division 1 match when he umpired a BHL1, University of Queensland versus Pine Rivers St Andrews Norths match at the State Hockey Centre with Paul Ludwig. An early influence on Pat was Ian Naylor who encouraged him to start umpiring. Max Phillips was another who guided him through his early years. Pat has been an active member of the Brisbane Hockey Umpires Association (BHUA) and has served as President. Amongst his more notable achievements are:

THE PLAYER OF THE YEAR & WINNER OF THE 2006 BHA BEST & FAIREST MEDAL

Jay Weatherley
(Eastern Suburbs)

PLAYER LEADER BOARD FINAL COUNT


Jay Weatherley Duncan Mahony Kula Bhullar Kent Harle Darran Bisley Jason Greene Liam Brown Dean Butler Tobias Figura Todd Watson 22 18 17 15 14 14 13 13 13 13 Eastern Suburbs Bulimba Valley Redcliffe Leagues Eastern Suburbs Commercial Bulimba Bulimba Valley Eastern Suburbs

State Senior Titles 1997 2001 State Premier League 2001 2005 State U15 Umpire Manager 2002 2004 State U17 Umpire Coach 2002 State Open Championships Umpire Coach 2002 National Country Championships Umpire Coach 2002
Pat was honoured at The Big Gig, as BHA Umpire of the Year and was recognised for his 300 Division 1 matches.

S E R V I C E A W AR D - L E X B AR N E Y
Lex Barney concluded almost ten years service as BHA Regional Coaching Director (RCD) for the Association in April this year when his contract expired. During this period Lex contributed to many areas of the Association. He assisted both Junior and Senior Committees to advance our sport in Brisbane. His work with the development of players over many years has meant that Brisbane has been able to enter up to three teams in each of the U13, U15 and U18 State Championships. In his efforts to develop coaches, Lex conducted many Level 1 Coaching courses. This has created quality coaches for the Brisbane Representative programmes. The culmination of his development programmes for both players and coaches was Brisbane's success at the 2004 State Titles in Premier League, Open, U18, U15 and U13. It will take some equalling! The Junior Association greatly benefited from Lex's continuous hands-on involvement. He developed and maintained development and representative programmes in U11, U13 and U15, organised trials/selections/training, arranged turf time, attended State

CLUB WINNERS LEADER BOARD FINAL COUNT


Jay Weatherley Duncan Mahony Kula Bhullar Kent Harle Jason Greene Adam Dinsdale Doug Bransgrove 22 18 17 15 14 11 5 Eastern Suburbs Bulimba Valley Redcliffe Leagues Commercial University of Queensland Pine Rivers St Andrews Norths

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Championships, assisted coaches, and when required drove buses, sat on judiciaries on tour, liaised with parents, along with many other tasks that contributed to the proficient operation of the Association. His regular attendance at the central venue, Shaw Park, for Minkey/U9 over the past two seasons did not go unnoticed. Ever diligent in his duties for the Association, never swayed by outside influences with their own agendas, always available and obliging to all members of the Association, we thank Lex for his outstanding contribution to Brisbane Hockey. Lex was honoured for his contribution and service to BHA at The Big Gig.

G R AN D F I N AL P L AY E R
BHL 1 BHL 2 BHL 3 BHL 4 BHL 5 CHL 1 CHL 2 VHL 1 VHL 2 J1 J2 J3 U13 / 1 U13 / 2 U11 / 1 U11 / 2 Jacob Burns

OF THE

M AT C H A W AR D S

These were awarded following each respective Grand Final match. Commercial Valley Commercial Eastern Suburbs Logan Commercial Logan Eastern Suburbs Kedron Wavell Services Kedron Wavell Services Commercial Bulimba Commercial Northern Suburbs Northern Suburbs Pine Rivers St Andrews
(Hec Cormie Medal in BHL1 only)

P L AY E R S ' P L AY E R A W AR D S
During the closing stages of the season all senior players were given the opportunity to vote for their choice of player to be awarded the Players' Player Award, within their respective division, except BHL1. The winners were announced during a ceremony at the SHC, christened The Big Gig, on the last day of fixtures, 26th August 2006. The 2006 winners were: BHL2 Chris Dick (PR St Andrews Norths) BHL3 Nicholas Petroeschevsky (University of Qld) BHL4 Matthew Beasley (University of Qld) BHL5 Russell Smith ( Logan) CHL1 Ross Hall (Valley) CHL2 Mark Prout (South West United) Veterans Gary Royle (Bulimba)

Cam Dunning Ged Aitchison Andrew May Matthew Turner David Abbot Brendon Madden Chris Reid Ian Harcla Adam McClelland Jameson Evetts Sam Gilbert Tim Carter James Battams Callum Rainbow Ben Quigg

M E M O R I AL C U P & P R E S I D E N T ' S T R O P H Y
These are contested in the Senior divisions only. Once again due to the unavailability of spare weekends on which to schedule the Memorial Cup or the President's Trophy finals, the BHA General Committee decided not to play them. Instead the Memorial Cup was awarded to the leading team in each Senior division at the conclusion of the first full round of fixtures while the President's Trophy was awarded to the leading team in each division at the conclusion of the second full round of fixtures.

DIV
BHL 1 BHL 2 BHL 3 BHL 4 BHL 5 CHL 1 CHL 2 VHL 1 VHL 2

MEMORIAL CUP
Commercial Commercial University of Queensland University of Queensland Bulimba Commercial Logan Kedron Wavell Services South West United

PRESIDENT'S TROPHY
Easts Commercial Commercial Easts Bulimba Commercial Pine Hills Kedron Wavell Services Kedron Wavell Services

BHL1 - Redcliffe Leagues v Pine Rivers St Andrews Norths

In the Final Senior Points Tables which appear earlier in this document the winning teams are marked with (m) and (t). These were awarded at The Big Gig.

PREVIOUS BHA BEST & FAIREST MEDAL WINNERS


1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 Peter Shaw Greg Browning John Campbell Graham Reid Peter Batty John Rodda Peter Batty Neil Bullion Peter Shaw Bruce Robertson Ray Carey Ori Gasparini John Robertson 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Bruce Robertson Scott Jennison Greg Brown Greg Forbes Garry Jennison Cameron Fraser Jason Greene Kent Harle Sean Dancer Kent Harle Todd Watson George Clutton George Clutton

BHL2 - South West United v Redcliffe Leagues

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M E R V H AR R I S M E M O R I AL S H I E L D
The Merv Harris Memorial Shield is awarded to the club with the best overall performance in the Senior Divisions. The winning club for 2006 was Commercial Hockey Club. The Shield was presented to a representative of Commercial Hockey Club at The Big Gig on Saturday 26th August 2005 at the SHC. While the second table calculates the maximum points each team and then each club could accumulate (if they were to win every match) the first table calculates the percentage of points actually accumulated versus those maxima. The clubs are shown in order of performance in the first table.

Clubs Commercial Eastern Suburbs Kedron Wavell Services University of Queensland Bulimba Redcliffe Leagues Valley PR St Andrews Norths South West United Logan Queensland Police Pine Hills Q.U.T. South Brisbane Eagles Southbank Strikers (Storm)

No of Teams BHL1 BHL2 BHL3 BHL4 BHL5 CHL1 CHL2 7 8 5 7 9 5 6 7 5 2 1 3 2 2 1 No of Teams 9 7 8 5 2 3 7 1 2 5 2 5 1 7 6 63 63 54 54 63 63 54 54 63 54 63 63 54 54 54 54 54 63 63 54 54 22 17 15 12 22 20 49 33 28 15 26 24 37 40 8 13 12 26 42 60 48 38 52 35 42 47 29 43 43 15 43 24 14 21 23 25 40 23 55# 33 45 41 50 45 31 30 46 3 7 26 53 33 29

VHL1 39 41 6 39 17 21

VHL2 39 27 58 43# 50 60 50

Total Pts 306 320 187 198 257 141 155 182 133 85 41

Max Pts 432 486 309 417 546 303 351 423 315 126 63 198 108 117 69

% 70.83 65.84 60.52 47.48 47.07 46.53 44.16 43.03 42.22 67.46 65.08 51.01 36.11 23.08 18.84 Max Pts 546 432 486 309 126 198 423 63 108

Pos'n 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th * * * * * *

29

101 39 27

13

13

# TWO TEAMS denotes clubs who have two (2) teams in this division

* NOT ELIGIBLE clubs must have at least five (5) teams

Clubs Bulimba Commercial Eastern Suburbs Kedron Wavell Services Logan Pine Hills PR St Andrews Norths Queensland Police Q.U.T. Redcliffe Leagues South Brisbane Eagles South West United Southbank Strikers (Storm) University of Queensland Valley

BHL1 63 63 63

BHL2 54 54 54

BHL3 63 63 63 63

BHL4 54 54 54 54

BHL5 63 63 63 63 63

CHL1 60 60 60

CHL2 63

VHL1 57 57 57

VHL2 132# 75 72 72 72

63 63 120# 63 63 63 63 63 60 57 57 72 69 69 57 75

303 117 315 69 417 351

# TWO TEAMS denotes clubs who have two (2) teams in this division

P AS T W I N N E R S , M. H AR R I S M E M O R I AL S H I E L D
YEAR
1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991

CLUB
Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Valley Bulimba Valley Valley Valley Commercial Valley Commercial Valley Commercial

YEAR
1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

CLUB
Valley Commercial Commercial Valley Valley Bulimba Valley Bulimba St Andrews Eastern Suburbs Commercial Commercial/Valley (Joint Winners) Eastern Suburbs Eastern Suburbs

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S T AN G R I F F I N C L U B C H AM P I O N S H I P S H I E L D
45 Clubs BULIMBA COMMERCIAL EASTS KEDRON WAVELL LOGAN NORTHS PR ST ANDREWS ST ANDREWS NORTHS PINE HILLS REDCLIFFE SOUTH WEST UNITED VALLEY No of Teams 7 3 6 4 1 2 3 2 2 4 5 3 27 30 6 17 43 28 17 17 21 0 41 25 11 22 9 18 9 33 24 33 37 34 29 J1 23 42 J2 35 32 27 15 25 54 J3 43 45 45 45 42 318 Pts Recd Max Pts 318 132 273 174 42 87 141 90 87 189 219 138 % Total Av Pos'n 1 N/E 2 3 N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E 5 4 N/E U 13 (1) U 13 (2) U 11 (1) U 11 (2) 28 36 26 15 12 14 39 4 28 5 36 20

197 82 155 87 5 50 75 41 49 90 107 56


U 11 (2) 42 42 42 42 45

61.95 62.12 56.78 50.00 11.90 57.47 53.19 45.56 56.32 47.62 48.86 40.58

N/E = Not Eligible - To be eligible Clubs must field a minimum of four (4) Teams

Clubs BULIMBA COMMERCIAL EASTS KEDRON WAVELL LOGAN NORTHS PR ST ANDREWS ST ANDREWS NORTHS PINE HILLS REDCLIFFE SOUTH WEST UNITED VALLEY

No of Teams 7 3 6 4 1 2 3 2 2 4 5 3

J1 45 45 45

J2 42 42 42 42 42

J3 54 54

U 13 (1) 45 45 45 45

U 13 (2) 45 45

U 11 (1) 45 45

Max Pts 318 132 273 174 42 87 141 90 87 189 219 138

45

54 45 45 45

42 42 45 45 42 42 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

45 42 42

54 45 54

45 45

WINNER
FOR

OF THE

S T AN G R I F F I N C L U B C H AM P I O N S H I P S H I E L D 2006

Bulimba Hockey Club

P AS T W I N N E R S , S T AN G R I F F I N S H I E L D
YEAR 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 W INNER Valley Commercial Bulimba Bulimba Valley Redcliffe Commercial City United Valley Easts City United Redcliffe Easts / South West United City United / South West United Redcliffe Redcliffe City United Easts

Redcliffe Redcliffe Redcliffe Redcliffe Redcliffe Bulimba Easts Easts Redcliffe Redcliffe St Andrews Bulimba Redcliffe South West United Bulimba Redcliffe Bulimba Bulimba

WINNER

OF THE

COL CORMIE SHIELD


(BEST TEAM PERFORMANCE)
FOR

2006

Norths St Andrews U13 / 2

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HISTORICAL LISTS
S E N I O R - P AS T P R E M I E R S H I P W I N N E R S
Year 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942-43 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 St Andrews St Andrews Valley Valley St Andrews Valley St Andrews St Andrews Wests Valley Commercial Valley Commercial Commercial Commercial University Valley Redcliffe Norths Norths Valley Valley Redcliffe Valley Hamilton Coorparoo Coorparoo Commercial Bulimba Valley Valley Valley Commercial Valley Redcliffe Valley Souths Valley Commercial Commercial Souths Commercial Valley Valley Commercial Valley Valley St Andrews St Andrews Valley Valley St Andrews Valley St Andrews Valley Valley Commercial Bulimba Valley Redcliffe Valley Bulimba Redcliffe Valley Easts Ashgrove Meth Bulimba Windsor St Andrews Commercial St Andrews Easts Commercial Souths Commercial Commercial Bulimba Commercial Redcliffe Commercial Commercial Easts Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Valley Easts Commercial Valley St Andrews Valley St Andrews Valley Valley Easts St Andrews Commercial Valley Valley Wilston St Andrews Commercial Redcliffe Norths Valley Hamilton Valley Hamilton Valley Ashgrove Meth Commercial Commercial Hamilton Hamilton Valley Norths Valley Souths Bulimba Valley Valley Bulimba Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Newmarket St Andrews Commercial Commercial Souths Y.M.C.A. Commercial Valley University Valley Commercial St Andrews University Easts Commercial Commercial Valley Norths Valley Norths St Andrews Valley Valley Valley Valley Bulimba Commercial Valley Valley Boys Brigade Valley Commercial Valley St Andrews Valley Valley Y.M.C.A. Valley Y.M.C.A. St Andrews Ashgrove Wilston Hamilton Wilston Kelvin Grove Darrima Mitchelton Wilston Valley Ashgrove Valley Mitchelton Valley Windsor Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley DIV. 1 DIV. 2 St Andrews New Farm Valley Valley Kelvin Grove Kelvin Grove Social Institute Social Institute Y.M.C.A. Ashgrove Kelvin Grove Coorparoo Y.M.C.A. Boys Brigade Clayfield Boys Brigade Valley Graceville Wilston Valley Graceville DIV. 3 DIV. 4 Div. 5 Valley Valley Soc.Inst Coorparoo Metrop Social Institute Ashgrove Valley Hamilton Div. 6 9/15 Btn Boys Brigade Kelvin Grove St Andrews Valley Wilston Wilston Social Institute Kelvin Grove Mitchelton Ashgrove Lutwyche Methodist Valley Div. 7 Div. 8 C Grade

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Year 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 Year 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 Year 2002 2003 Year 2004 2005

Div. 1 Redcliffe Redcliffe St Andrews Commercial Commercial Commercial Bulimba Valley Commercial Div. 1 Valley Easts Norths Easts S.W. United S.W. United Redcliffe Redcliffe Valley Easts S.W. United S.W. United Commercial Easts Easts Commercial Easts Bulimba Bulimba Bulimba BHL 1 Bulimba Redcliffe Leagues BHL 1 Commercial Eastern Suburbs

Div. 2 Easts Valley St Andrews Valley Valley Valley Valley Commercial Bulimba Div. 2 Valley Valley Redcliffe Valley Easts Easts Redcliffe Commercial Easts Easts Easts Redcliffe Easts Commercial Kedron Wavell Commercial Kecron Wavell Redcliffe Easts Easts BHL 2 Commercial Valley BHL 2 Q.U.T. PR Standrews

Div. 3 Valley Norths Valley Commercial Commercial Valley Commercial Bulimba Valley Div. 3 Commercial Commercial Valley Valley Valley Valley Commercial Redcliffe Commercial Commercial University Easts Easts Easts Valley Commercial Valley Commercial Commercial Easts BHL 3 University Q.U.T. BHL 3 University South West United

Div. 4 Commercial 2 Commercial 1 Commercial 1 Valley Easts Commercial Valley Bulimba Bulimba Div. 4 Easts Commercial Easts Commercial Commercial Commercial Valley Valley City United Commercial Valley Commercial Commercial Valley Bulimba Bulimba 1 Bulimba Bulimba Bulimba Easts BHL 4 Commercial Valley BHL 4 Easts Eastern Suburbs

Div. 5 Commercial Commercial Valley Valley Redcliffe Valley Bulimba Commercial Norths Div. 5 Norths Commercial 2 Commercial St Andrews St Andrews Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Valley University University Kedron Wavell S.W. United Bulimba Bulimba Bulimba St Andrews St Andrews St Andrews CHL 1 Commercial Commercial BHL 5 Easts Commercial

Div. 6 Redcliffe Redcliffe Commercial Redcliffe Norths Norths Commercial Redcliffe Valley Div. 6 Valley Easts Valley University Bulimba Commercial St Andrews St Andrews Norths Qld.Police Norths Redcliffe Commercial S.W. United S.W. United Commercial Qld. Police Valley Valley Valley CHL 2 PR St Andrews Valley CHL 1 Commercial Commercial

Div. 7 Norths Norths Valley Norths Bulimba Pine Rivers Valley 1 City United S.W. United Div. 7 Commercial Norths St Andrews Valley Valley Valley Norths Norths St Andrews Norths Qld.Police University Valley Valley Valley Valley

Div. 8

C Grade

Valley Commercial S.W.United S.W.United Commercial Commercial Div. 8 Commercial Valley Commercial Commercial Commercial Qld. Police Qld. Police Qld. Police Qld. Police Vets/Vets 1 Commercial Norths Commercial Bulimba Bulimba Commercial S.W. United Valley Commercial 2 Commercial 1 Commercial 2 Commercial 1 St Andrews Valley Valley St Andrews Valley Valley Easts Tigers Valley Commercial Norths Commercial VHL 2 Commercial Norths VHL 2 Norths Kedron Wavell Vets 2

CHL 3 Pine Hills Commercial CHL 2 Pine Hills Qld Police

VHL 1 Valley Valley VHL 1 Kedron Wavell Eastern Suburbs

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Year Under 16 - 1 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 Year Redcliffe St Andrews Commercial Valley Valley Commercial Bulimba Valley Norths Valley Redcliffe Commercial Norths Norths Valley Easts Valley Easts Redcliffe Bulimba Norths Easts Redcliffe Redcliffe Commercial Commercial Easts Under 18 Under 16 - 2 Wests Bulimba Commercial Bulimba Valley 2 Valley Redcliffe Easts Bulimba St Andrews CityUnited CEGS Norths Gap Comm. Commercial CityUnited Under 17 - 2 CEGS Under 16 - 3 Under 14 - 1 Redcliffe Commercial Easts Valley Norths Commercial Redcliffe Commercial Redcliffe Redcliffe Commercial Commercial Valley Valley Easts Valley Bulimba Under 15 - 1 Redcliffe Norths Commercial Redcliffe Valley Redcliffe 1 Redcliffe Easts Redcliffe Redcliffe Under 15 - 1 Valley 1 Under 16 - 2 Logan Norths Ked.Wavell Under 14 - 1 Valley Valley Commercial Under 15 - 1 Easts Bulimba Redcliffe Redcliffe Bulimba Bulimba Redcliffe Bulimba J2 Commercial Under 14 - 2 Commercial Valley SW United Under 15 - 2 S.W.United Ked. Wavell Ked. Wavell Com/Ked Wav Commercial Logan S W United Easts J3 S W United Under 14 - 2 Redcliffe Easts Norths St Andrews Bulimba Redcliffe 1 Easts Toowong Norths Redcliffe CityUnited Norths Easts Bulimba CityUnited Logan CEGS Under 15 - 2 CityUnited Bellbowrie Norths CityUnited Bellbowrie Under 14 - 3 Redcliffe Under 12 - 1 Commercial Saints Valley Norths Valley Valley Redcliffe Valley Redcliffe Redcliffe Redcliffe Easts Redcliffe Redcliffe Commercial Bulimba Norths Under 13 - 2 Norths Valley Redcliffe PineRivers CityUnited Bulimba Easts Commercial Bellbowrie Bellbowrie Under 13 - 2 Marist Under 12 - 2 Bellbowrie SW United Redcliffe Under 13 - 2 Logan SW United Bulimba Commercial Easts Logan Norths Redcliffe Under 13 - 2 Valley Under 12 - 2 Easts Bulimba St Anndrews Bulimba Bulimba YMCA Easts 1 Bulimba Easts SW United Redcliffe St Andrews CityUnited Easts Logan Valley Redcliffe Under 13 - 3 SW United Under 12 - 3 Under 10 - 1 Commercial Redcliffe Valley Easts Easts Valley 1 Redcliffe Redcliffe Redcliffe Valley Redcliffe Valley Commercial Bulimba Bulimba Redcliffe Easts Under 11 - 2 Valley Pine Rivers Logan Pine Rivers Valley CityUnited SW United Valley Valley 1 Logan Under 11 - 2 Logan Under 10 - 2 Logan Norths Valley 1 Under 11 - 2 Valley Norths SW United Logan Logan Kedron Wavell Commercial Bulimba Under 11 - 2 Kedron Wavell Under 9 -1 St Andrews Ked. Wavell Easts Under 9 -2 Under 10 - 2 Commercial Under 8 - 1 Valley Valley Valley Valley Commercial YMCA Redcliffe Valley Redcliffe Commercial Redcliffe Valley Redcliffe Redcliffe Bulimba Commercial Under 9 -2 CityUnited Under 8 - 2

Norths

Commercial Norths YMCA

Valley

Valley St Andrews YMCA YMCA

Commercial Easts Easts

PineRivers StAndrews

St Andrews Gap Comm. Norths Under 13 - 1 Norths Commercial Easts Valley Commercial Redcliffe Redcliffe Redcliffe Valley Valley Under 13 - 1 Valley Under 12 - 1 Easts Valley Redcliffe Under 13 - 1 Valley Redcliffe Redcliffe Redcliffe Bulimba Bulimba Redcliffe Easts Under 13 - 1 Bulimba

Easts CityUnited CityUnited Valley SW United Under 9 -1 Norths

CityUnited Bulimba

Year Under 17 - 1

Under 11 - 1 Redcliffe Redcliffe Norths Easts Easts Redcliffe Valley Redcliffe Valley Commercial Under 11 - 1 Easts Under 10 - 1 Redcliffe Ked.Wavell Norths Under 11 - 1

Norths

1993 Easts Year Under 16 - 1 1994 Valley 1995 Redcliffe 1996 Valley Year Under 17 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Redcliffe St. Andrews Redcliffe Valley Redcliffe Redcliffe Redcliffe Bulimba

Bulimba Redcliffe Bulimba Bulimba Shared> Easts/ SWU Shared> Easts/Bulimba Shared> Easts/Bulimba Bulimba Under 11 - 1 Bulimba

Commercial

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Year 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 Year 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 Year 1990 1991 Easts Valley Div. 1 St Andrews St Andrews Valley St Andrews Valley Valley St Andrews St Andrews Valley Commercial Valley Norths Norths Valley Redcliffe Commercial Commercial University Redcliffe Norths Commercial Commercial Norths St Andrews Redcliffe Valley Valley Bulimba Commercial Bulimba Valley Div. 1 Bulimba Redcliffe Bulimba Bulimba Easts Easts Valley Commercial Div. 1 Div. 2 Bulimba Bulimba Valley Newmarket Newmarket Easts Valley Commercial Valley Commercial Valley Commercial Valley Valley Valley Redcliffe Commercial Commercial Valley Easts Redcliffe Valley Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Valley Commercial Div. 2 Redcliffe Bulimba Easts Easts Valley Valley Valley Redcliffe Div. 2 Easts Valley Easts University Easts Redcliffe Valley Valley Div. 3 Redcliffe Redcliffe Valley City United Div. 3 St Andrews Ashgrove St Andrews University St Andrews Norths Newmarket Easts Souths Valley Norths Valley Valley Commercial Ashgrove Methodist Valley Redcliffe Valley Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Norths Easts Valley Commercial Bulimba Easts Commercial Div. 3 Norths Norths Norths Easts Easts City United Easts Div. 4 Norths Souths Y.M.C.A. Valley University Commercial Commercial St Andrews Bulimba Toowong Commercial Bulimba Commercial 2 Commercial 2 Commercial Commercial Bulimba Easts Easts Easts Div. 4 Commercial Logan Mount Gravatt Commercial City United University Easts City United Div. 5 University Valley Redcliffe Ashgrove Methodist Y.M.C.A. Easts St Andrews Commercial Windsor Easts Norths Bulimba YMCA Bulimba Valley Norths Commercial University Commercial Div. 5 Bulimba Easts Commercial Commercial Valley Qld Police St Andrews Bulimba Norths Div. 6 Valley Bulimba University St Andrews Valley Div. 4 Bulimba Div. 5 Ashgrove Methodist Redcliffe Commercial Hamilton Hamilton Ashgrove Methodist Valley Commercial Div. 6 Redcliffe Redcliffe Army Coorparoo Valley Redcliffe Commercial Commercial Bulimba St Andrews Ashgrove Methodist Valley St Andrews Redcliffe Commercial University St Andrews Valley Easts University Kedron Park University Commercial Redcliffe Redcliffe Commercial Commercial Redcliffe Pine Rivers Commercial Commercial Div. 6 Norths St Andrews Norths Commercial University Commercial Valley Commercial Div. 7 Redcliffe Qld Police Valley Norths 1 Bulimba Valley Commercial Qld Police Easts Commercial Div. 7 Pine Rivers Qld Police S.W.United Commercial Bulimba Bulimba Div. 8 Bulimba Commercial Bulimba Mount Gravatt Bulimba Commercial Commercial Redcliffe Div. 8 Commercial Vets/Vets 1 Bulimba Bulimba Bulimba Commercial Commercial S.W.United Commercial Commercial Vets/Vets 1 Valley Commercial 1 Vets 2 Vets 2 Easts Easts Commercial Easts Ashgrove Methodist University Commercial Norths St Andrews Easts Valley Easts Bulimba Bulimba Norths Norths Commercial Redcliffe Valley Redcliffe Valley Souths Commercial Easts Div. 7 Coorparoo Commercial Commercial Ashgrove Methodist Div. 8 C Grade Wilston

Redcliffe
Redcliffe

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Easts Easts Easts Bulimba Kedron Wavell Kedron Wavell Redcliffe Redcliffe Redcliffe Easts BHL 1 Commercial Easts BHL 1 Redcliffe Leagues Commercial

University Easts Commercial Valley Redcliffe Kedron Wavell Valley Commercial Bulimba Bulimba BHL 2 Norths Commercial BHL 2 Easts Redcliffe Norths

Valley
Valley Commercial Commercial Commercial Bulimba Griffith University Easts Norths University BHL 3 Easts Easts BHL 3 Valley University of Qld

Commercial City United Kedron Wavell Commercial Redcliffe Norths Valley Norths Norths Bulimba BHL 4 Bulimba University BHL 4 Bulimba Bulimba

St Andrews Bulimba Bulimba Bulimba St Andrews St Andrews Commercial Commercial Bulimba Commercial CHL 1 PR St Andrews Logan BHL 5 Logan Pine Hills

Valley Commercial Bulimba Commercial Bulimba Bulimba Valley Qld Police University University CHL 2 Valley Bulimba CHL 1 PR St Andrews PR St Andrews

Commercial Commercial Bulimba University Qld Police University

Commercial 1 St Andrews Commercial St Andrews St Andrews Tigers Tigers Tigers Valley Bulimba Green Norths SunshineStrikers Redcliffe/Strikers VHL 2 Easts Easts VHL 2 Commercial South West United VHL 1 PR St Andrews Kedron Wavell VHL 1 University Kedron Wavell

CHL 3 Qld Police University CHL 2 Commercial Eastern Suburbs

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Year Under 16 - 1 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 Year Commercial Easts YMCA Redcliffe St Andrews Valley Redcliffe Bulimba Valley Norths Bulimba Valley Valley Commercial Norths Redcliffe Easts Valley CEGS Redcliffe SW United Norths Easts Valley Easts Redcliffe Redcliffe Under 18 Under 16 - 2 Redcliffe YMCA Redcliffe Redcliffe YMCA Norths Bulimba Valley Valley Commercial Valley 1 Bulimba Commercial Redcliffe Redcliffe St Andrews Under 17 - 2 St Andrews Under 16 - 3 Under 14 - 1 Easts Redcliffe Redcliffe Redcliffe Redcliffe Redcliffe Commercial Valley Valley Valley Redcliffe Redcliffe Redcliffe Norths Redcliffe Redcliffe Redcliffe Under 15 - 1 Bulimba Commercial Norths Easts Redcliffe Commercial1 Easts Redcliffe Easts St Andrews Under 15 - 1 Redcliffe Under 16 - 2 Marist Ked. Wavell Bulimba Under 14 - 1 Easts St Andrews Easts Gold Under 15 - 1 Commercial Valley Bulimba Valley Labrador Labrador St Andrews PR St Andrews J2 Ked Wavell Under 14 - 2 Valley (A) Commercial Ked. Wavell Under 15 - 2 Commercial Redcliffe Redcliffe S.W. United S.W. United Bulimba Norths Ked Wavell J3 Easts Under 14 - 2 Valley Bulimba Valley Redcliffe Norths Valley Norths YMCA Redcliffe Easts St Andrews City United Redcliffe Valley Redcliffe City United Logan Under 15 - 2 Logan Pine Rivers City United St Andrews Logan Under 14 - 3 Bulimba Under 12 - 1 Redcliffe Commercial Commercial Bulimba Commercial Commercial Bulimba Commercial Valley Commercial Norths Valley Easts Norths Easts Norths Redcliffe Under 13 - 2 SW United SW United Pine Rivers Commercial Commercial Bellbowrie Bulimba Valley Commercial St Andrews Under 13 - 2 Commercial Under 12 - 2 Commercial Norths Logan Under 13 - 2 Ked. Wavell Valley Redcliffe Easts/Logan Bulimba Commercial Valley Valley Under 13 - 2 Red Nor Blue Under 12 - 2 YMCA Commercial YMCA Redcliffe Valley Norths St Andrews Easts St Andrews PineRivers Commercial Redcliffe Commercial Logan/Bul City United Redcliffe City United Under 13 - 3 Norths Under 12 - 3 Under 10 - 1 Valley 1 Valley Norths Commercial Valley 1 Bulimba Commercial Commercial Valley Bulimba Bulimba Redcliffe Bulimba Easts Norths Norths Redcliffe Under 11 - 2 CityUnited CityUnited Bellbowrie Logan Norths Easts Bellbowrie Norths Logan Norths Under 11 - 2 Bellbowrie Under 10 - 2 StAndrews Easts Redcliffe Under 11 - 2 Norths Bulimba Ked. Wavell Norths Valley Norths St Andrews Pine Hills Under 11 - 2 S W United Under 9 -1 Norths Norths SW United Under 9 -2 Under 10 - 2 Easts Under 8 - 1 Easts Commercial Bulimba Commercial Valley Valley Valley Bulimba Commercial Bulimba 1 Easts Norths Norths Easts Redcliffe Bulimba Under 9 -2 Pine Rivers Under 8 - 2

Valley

Clairvx Redcliffe St Andrews

East/Clvx

Redcliffe Redcliffe Easts StAndrews

St Andrews Redcliffe SWUnited

University Bulimba

Redcliffe Bulimba SW United Under 13 - 1 Commercial Redcliffe Redcliffe Redcliffe Easts Easts Easts Easts Bulimba Redcliffe Under 13 - 1 Commercial Under 12 - 1 Redcliffe Logan Valley Under 13 - 1 Redcliffe Valley St. Andrews Bulimba Norths Kedron Wavell Easts Bulimba Under 13 - 1 Easts

Valley Norths Norths SW United Pine Rivers Under 9 -1 Commercial

SWUnited SWUnited

Year Under 17 - 1

Under 11 - 1 Easts Commercial Commercial Redcliffe Bulimba Easts City United Easts Bulimba St Andrews Under 11 - 1 Redcliffe Under 10 - 1 Norths St Andrews Bulimba Under 11 - 1 St Andrews Bulimba Redcliffe Ked. Wavell No runner-up No runner-up No runner-up S. W. United Under 11 - 1 St Andrews

St Andrews

1993 Redcliffe Year Under 16 - 1 1994 Easts 1995 Commercial 1996 Commercial Year Under 17 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 StAndrews Redcliffe Commercial Redcliffe Valley Valley St Andrews PR St Andrews

Norths

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Year 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 Year 2002 2003 Year 2004 2005 Easts Commercial Easts BHL 1 Easts Valley Div 1 Commercial Commercial Norths Valley Valley Commercial Norths Valley Redcliffe Redcliffe Valley Commercial Commercial Valley Bulimba Commercial Valley Redcliffe Bulimba Easts Easts S.W.United S.W.United Commercial Easts Easts S.W.United S.W.United Commercial Easts Kedron Wavell Kedron Wavell Redcliffel Bulimba Bulimba Easts BHL 1 Bulimba Div 2 Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Valley Valley Norths Easts Valley Commercial Commercial Valley Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Easts Bulimba Valley Valley Valley Valley Redcliffe Redcliffe Redcliffe Redcliffe Easts University Easts Commercial Redcliffe Kedron Wavell Kedron Wavell Redcliffe Easts Bulimba BHL 2 Commercial Commercial BHL 2 Valley Q.U.T. BHL 3 University South West United Easts Eastern Suburbs Div 3 Ashgrove Meth Bulimba Windsor St Andrews Commercial Commercial Easts Commercial Commercial Norths Commercial Commercial Commercial Bulimba Easts Commercial Easts Commercial Valley University Valley Valley Easts Commercial Valley Commercial Valley Easts Commercial Easts Commercial Bulimba Easts Commercial Valley University BHL 3 Valley BHL 4 Div 4 Commercial Bulimba Commercial St Andrews Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial 2 Commercial 1 Commercial 2 Valley Easts Commercial Valley Easts Easts Easts Commercial Easts Easts Commercial City United City United Valley City United Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Valley Bulimba Bulimba 1 Norths Bulimba Bulimba Bulimba BHL 4 Commercial Logan BHL 5 Pine Hills Pine Hills Div 5 Ashgrove Meth Commercial St Andrews Commercial Commercial Windsor Commercial Bulimba Commercial Bulimba Valley Redcliffe Norths Bulimba Easts Norths Norths Commercial 2 Commercial Commercial City United Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Norths St Andrews University Kedron Wavell Bulimba St Andrews St Andrews Bulimba St Andrews St Andrews St Andrews CHL 1 Commercial Valley Bulimba CHL 1 Commercial Commercial Div 6 Bulimba St Andrews Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial University Redcliffe Redcliffe Commercial Redcliffe Commercial Redcliffe Pine Rivers Commercial Commercial Valley Commercial Valley University Qld Police St Andrews St Andrews St Andrews Norths Qld Police Norths Redcliffe Commercial S.W.United S.W.United Commercial Qld Police Qld Police University Valley CHL 2 CHL 3 Pine Hills University CHL 2 Pine Hills Eastern Suburbs Valley Valley VHL 1 Kedron Wavell Eastern Suburbs Norths South West United Norths St Andrews University Valley Easts Commercial Commercial Norths Valley Valley Norths Valley Commercial Valley 1 S.W.United S.W.United Commercial Norths St Andrews Redcliffe Valley Commercial Norths Commercial St Andrews Qld Police Commercial Qld Police Bulimba Valley Valley Valley Valley Commercial Qld Police Commercial Commercial Commercial Bulimba Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Qld Police Redcliffe Qld Police Norths Commercial Commercial Bulimba Bulimba Bulimba Commercial S.W.United Valley Valley Commercial 1 Commercial 1 Commercial 2 St Andrews St Andrews Valley Valley Valley Tigers Kedron Wavell Valley VHL 1 Easts VHL 2 Southbank Strikers Norths Strikers VHL 2 Commercial Div 7 Div 8 Vets/Vets 1 Vets 2

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J U N I O R - P AS T M I N O R P R E M I E R S
Year Under 16 - 1 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 Year Redcliffe St Andrews Valley Valley Valley Valley Redcliffe Valley Valley Valley Redcliffe Valley Valley Norths Valley Easts Easts Easts Redcliffe Redcliffe Norths Redcliffe Easts Redcliffe Redcliffe Redcliffe Easts Under 18 Under 16 - 2 Redcliffe YMCA Clairvaux Bulimba Valley 2 Norths Bulimba Easts Valley Valley Valley Bulimba Norths Redcliffe Redcliffe City United Under 17 - 2 St Andrews Under 16 - 3 Under 14 - 1 Redcliffe Commercial Easts Valley Norths Redcliffe 1 Redcliffe Valley Redcliffe Redcliffe Commercial Commercial Valley Valley Easts Valley Bulimba Under 15 - 1 Redcliffe Norths Commercial Easts Redcliffe Redcliffe1 Redcliffe1 Easts Easts Redcliffe Under 15 - 1 Valley 1 Under 16 - 2 Logan Norths Bulimba Under 14 - 1 Valley Valley Easts Gold Under 15 - 1 Easts Valley Redcliffe Redcliffe Bulimba Bulimba Redcliffe Ked Wavell J2 Easts Black Under 14 - 2 Commercial Commercial Ked Wavell Under 15 - 2 Commercial Ked Wavell Norths Com/Ked Wav Commercial Bulimba SW United Easts J3 S W United Under 14 - 2 Redcliffe Easts Norths St Andrews Bulimba Redcliffe Valley Commercial Redcliffe Redcliffe City United Norths Redcliffe Bulimba City United Logan SW United Under 15 - 2 Logan Bellbowrie Norths City United Bellbowrie Under 14 - 3 Redcliffe Under 12 - 1 Commercial St Andrews Norths Norths Valley Valley Bulimba Valley Valley Redcliffe Redcliffe Valley Redcliffe Redcliffe Commercial Redcliffe Norths Under 13 - 2 SW United Valley Redcliffe Pine Rivers Commercial Redcliffe Easts Commercial Commercial Bellbowrie Under 13 - 2 Commercial Under 12 - 2 Bellbowrie SW United Logan Under 13 - 2 Ked Wavell Valley Bulimba Commercial Easts Commercial Valley Valley Under 13 - 2 Valley Under 12 - 2 Easts Bulimba St Andrews Redcliffe Bulimba Norths Easts Easts Easts SW United Commercial Redcliffe City United Easts City United Valley Redcliffe Under 13 - 3 SW United Under 12 - 3 Under 10 - 1 Commercial Valley Valley Easts Valley 1 Valley 1 Redcliffe Redcliffe Redcliffe Valley Redcliffe Valley Commercial Easts Bulimba Redcliffe Redcliffe Under 11 - 2 Valley Commercial Logan Valley Valley City United Bellbowrie Valley Valley Logan Under 11 - 2 Logan Under 10 - 2 Logan Norths Valley 1 Under 11 - 2 Valley Norths S.W.United Norths Valley Ked Wavell St Andrews Bulimba Under 11 - 2 Kedron Wavell Under 9 -1 St Andrews Ked Wavell SW United Under 9 -2 Under 10 - 2 Commercial Under 8 - 1 Valley Commercial Valley Commercial Commercial Valley Valley Valley Commercial Commercial Redcliffe Norths Easts Redcliffe Redcliffe Commercial Under 9 -2 SW United Under 8 - 2

Clairvaux

Commercial Norths St Andrews

Easts Clvx

Valley St Andrews YMCA St Andrews

Commercial YMCA Easts

Pine Rivers St Andrews

St Andrews Gap Com SW United Under 13 - 1 Norths Redcliffe Redcliffe Redcliffe Commercial Redcliffe Redcliffe Redcliffe Valley Redcliffe Under 13 - 1 Valley Under 12 - 1 Commercial Valley Redcliffe Under 13 - 1 Redcliffe Redcliffe Bulimba Redcliffe Bulimba Bulimba Redcliffe Easts Under 13 - 1 Bulimba

Easts City United City United SW United SW United Under 9 -1 Commercial

City United Bulimba

Year Under 17 - 1

Under 11 - 1 Redcliffe Redcliffe Commercial Easts Easts Easts Valley Redcliffe Valley Commercial Under 11 - 1 Easts Under 10 - 1 Redcliffe St Andrews Bulimba Under 11 - 1 Bulimba Bulimba Bulimba Ked Wavell Easts Easts Easts SW United Under 11 - 1 St Andrews

Norths

1993 Redcliffe Year Under 16 - 1 1994 Valley 1995 Commercial 1996 Commercial Year Under 17 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Redcliffe St Andrews Commercial Valley Valley Redcliffe St Andrews PR St Andrews

Commercial

Year J1 2005 Redcliffe Norths

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Year 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 Year 1990 1991 Easts S.W.United Valley Valley St Andrews Valley St Andrews St Andrews Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Commercial Commercial Commercial Valley Valley Redcliffe University Redcliffe St Andrews Commercial Redcliffe Valley St Andrews Valley Valley Commercial Bulimba Bulimba Redcliffe Commercial Valley Bulimba Norths Valley Valley University S.W.United Commercial Div 1 Easts University Valley Valley St Andrews Easts St Andrews Redcliffe Redcliffe University Valley Valley Valley Commercial Valley Commercial Valley Commercial Commercial Valley Norths Valley Easts Valley St Andrews Valley Easts Bulimba Commercial Norths Bulimba St Andrews Valley Valley Easts Valley Bulimba Redcliffe Redcliffe Div 2 Valley St Andrews St Andrews Valley St Andrews Valley Newmarket Bulimba Commercial Redcliffe Valley Valley Redcliffe Easts Ashgrove Methodist Ashgrove Methodist Bulimba Windsor St Andrews Commercial University Commercial Commercial Easts Norths Easts Commercial Commercial Commercial Easts Commercial Easts Easts Valley Valley Valley Valley Easts Valley Div 3 Easts Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial St Andrews Commercial Commercial Easts Commercial 1 Commercial 1 Commercial 2 Valley Easts Bulimba Valley Bulimba Easts Easts Commercial Easts Norths Commercial Commercial City United Valley Div 4 Norths Ashgrove Methodist Commercial Easts Commercial Commercial Windsor Norths Commercial Commercial Norths Valley Valley S.W.United Bulimba Easts Norths Norths Commercial 2 Commercial Easts City United Commercial Commercial City United Div 5 Commercial Norths Qld Police Valley Valley Valley Div 1 Hamilton St Andrews Ashgrove University Hamilton Hamilton Hamilton Ashgrove Methodist Hamilton Valley Valley Ashgrove Methodist Valley Valley Valley Commercial Valley St Andrews Valley Commercial Commercial Commercial Redcliffe Redcliffe Norths Redcliffe Redcliffe Norths Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Valley Easts Valley University University St Andrews St Andrews Norths Div 6 Commercial Souths Souths Y.M.C.A. Commercial Valley University Norths St Andrews/Valley Easts Easts University Bulimba Bulimba Commercial Valley Norths Bulimba Bulimba Pine Rivers Valley Commercial S.W.United Commercial Commercial St Andrews Redcliffe Norths Valley Norths Commercial Div 7 St Andrews Commercial Valley Qld Police Qld Police S.W.U. Bulimba Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Redcliffe Redcliffe Div 8 Commercial Commercial 1 C Grade Commercial Commercial Bulimba Commercial Bulimba Bulimba Commercial Valley Vets Army Wilston Commercial Commercial Newmarket Valley Valley Valley Commercial Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Norths Norths Boys Brigade Div 2 Div 3 Div 4 Div 5 Div 6 Div 7 Div 8 C Grade Vets

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S.W.United S.W.United Commercial Bulimba Bulimba Bulimba Easts Bulimba Redcliffe Easts BHL 1 Bulimba Redcliffe Leagues BHL 1 Easts Commercial

Easts University Easts Commercial Commercial Kedron Wavell St Andrews Redcliffe Commercial Redcliffe BHL 2 University University BHL 2 Easts PR St Andrews

Valley Easts Commercial Easts Commercial Bulimba Valley Easts Commercial University BHL 3 University Q.U.T. BHL 3 University South West United

Commercial City United Commercial Valley Bulimba Bulimba 1 St Andrews Bulimba Bulimba Bulimba BHL 4 Commercial Valley BHL 4 Easts Eastern Suburbs

University University Kedron Wavell S.W.United St Andrews St Andrews Bulimba St Andrews St Andrews Bulimba CHL 1 Commercial Commercial BHL 5 Logan Commercial

Norths Logan Qld Police Qld Police Qld Police Commercial Qld Police Qld Police Valley Valley CHL 2 PR St Andrews Pine Hills CHL 1 Commercial Commercial

Qld Police Commercial Bulimba Valley Valley Valley

Bulimba Redcliffe St Andrews Valley Valley St Andrews Valley Easts Tigers Kedron Wavell Valley

CHL 3 University University CHL 2 Pine Hills Eastern Suburbs Valley Valley

VHL 1 Easts VHL 1 Norths Eastern Suburbs Kedron Wavell

VHL 2

VHL 2 South West United

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Year 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 Year 2002 2003 Year 2004 2005 Valley S.W.United S.W.United Commercial Easts Kedron Wavell Kedron Wavell Easts Kedron Wavell Bulimba Easts BHL 1 Commercial Redcliffe Leagues BHL 1 Commercial Eastern Suburbs Div 1 Commercial Bulimba Bulimba Bulimba Valley Bulimba Easts Bulimba Redcliffe S.W.United Redcliffe S.W.United Div 2 Bulimba Commercial Norths Bulimba St Andrews Bulimba Easts Valley Easts Valley Valley Redcliffe Easts Redcliffe Easts University Easts Commercial Redcliffe Commercial Kedron Wavell Commercial Easts Bulimba BHL 2 Commercial Commercial BHL 2 Commercial PR St Andrews Div 3 Commercial Bulimba Easts Commercial Easts Easts Valley Valley University Redcliffe Valley Commercial Valley Commercial Valley Easts Commercial Easts Commercial Bulimba Valley Commercial Norths Easts BHL 3 University Q.U.T. BHL 3 Valley South West United Div 4 Bulimba Valley Easts Easts Bulimba Easts Easts Easts Commercial Easts City United Valley City United Commercial Commercial Commercial Kedron Wavell Bulimba Bulimba Bulimba 1 St Andrews Norths Bulimba Bulimba BHL 4 Commercial Valley BHL 4 Easts Eastern Suburbs Div 5 Valley Bulimba Easts Norths Norths Commercial Commercial Commercial City United Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Norths University University Kedron Wavell S.W.United St Andrews St Andrews Bulimba St Andrews St Andrews St Andrews CHL 1 PR St Andrews Logan BHL 5 Norths Pine Hills Div 6 Commercial Pine Rivers Valley Valley Valley Easts Valley University University St Andrews St Andrews Norths Norths Qld Police Norths Logan Commercial Griffith Uni Bulimba Bulimba Qld. Police Valley Valley Valley CHL 2 Valley Bulimba CHL 1 Bulimba Commercial CHL 3 Pine Hills University CHL 2 Pine Hills Eastern Suburbs Div 7 Pine Rivers Qld Police City United S.W.United Commercial St Andrews St Andrews Redcliffe Valley University 1 Norths Commercial Commercial Norths Qld Police Valley Bulimba Valley Valley Valley Valley Easts Tigers Valley Valley VHL 1 Valley Valley VHL 1 Valley Eastern Suburbs Norths Norths Commercial VHL 2 Commercial Easts VHL 2 Norths South West United Div 8 Qld Police S.W.United Bulimba Commercial Commercial Commercial Bulimba Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Norths 1 Bulimba Easts Bulimba Commercial S.W.United Valley Commercial Commercial 1 Commercial 1 Commercial 1 Commercial St Andrews Easts Vets/Vets 1 Vets 2

B R I S B AN E

S Y D N E Y - P AS T W I N N E R S

The following table records the results for each year that the two cities have competed in Under 14/15 for the Herb Fibbins & P.T. Jones Trophy and in Under 12/13 for the Harry Spice Trophy. AGE AGE YEAR GROUP W INNER GROUP W INNER 1970 U 14 Brisbane U 12 Brisbane 1971 U 14 Brisbane U 12 Brisbane 1972 U 14 Brisbane U 12 Brisbane 1973 U 14 No play (rain) U 12 No play (rain) 1974 U 14 Brisbane U 12 Brisbane 1975 U 14 Brisbane U 12 Brisbane 1976 U 14 Brisbane U 12 Brisbane 1977 U 14 Brisbane U 12 Brisbane 1978 U 14 Brisbane U 12 Brisbane 1979 U 14 Brisbane U 12 Brisbane 1980 U 14 Brisbane U 12 Brisbane 1981 U 14 Brisbane U 12 Brisbane 1982-94 U 14 No Comp U 12 No Comp 1995 U 15 Brisbane U 13 Sydney 1996 U 15 Sydney U 13 Brisbane 1997 U 15 Brisbane U 13 Brisbane 1998 U 15 Sydney U 13 Sydney 1999 U 15 Sydney U 13 Brisbane 2000 U 15 Brisbane U 13 Brisbane 2001 U 15 Brisbane U 13 Brisbane 2002 U 15 Sydney U 13 Brisbane 2003 U 15 Brisbane U 13 Sydney 2004 U 15 Sydney U 13 Sydney 2005 U 15 Brisbane U 13 Brisbane

BHL1 - Commercial executing a Penalty Corner

ROBINSON'S SPORTS STORE TROPHY


Awarded to the team with the best performance over all senior divisions no longer awarded.

YEAR
1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942-43 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964

AWARDED TO
Saints Boys Brigade Boys Brigade Valley Coorparoo Graceville Wilston

YEAR
1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

AWARDED TO
Commercial A4 Norths B2 Commercial B Snr Commercial A4 Commercial B Snr Commercial B Snr Windsor B5 Commercial B2 Commercial 2 Div 4 Valley 7 Div Valley 7 Div Valley 8 Div Valley 7 Div Commercial 3 Valley 4 Commercial 8 Commercial 3 Commercial 7 Commercial 4 Commercial 5 Commercial 8 Commercial 8 Commercial 8 Commercial 5 Norths 6 Commercial 4 Commercial 4 Commercial 4 Valley

Hamilton

BHL1 -

Bulimba v Eastern Suburbs

Bulimba B2 Valley B2 Bulimba Res D2 Valley Res D2 Valley Res D2 Valley A3 Valley A2 Hamilton B Snr Valley B1 Hamilton B 1 Valley B1 Norths B1 Norths A3 Y.M.C.A. B2 Commercial A4 Valley B2

Photographs: All Junior Teams copyright BHA (BJHA); All others by Lee Oliver, used by permission.

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