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Ontario Red captures Bronze medal

Ontario Red captures Bronze medal

July 20, 2008

Team Ontario Red eliminated a potential podium sweep by British Columbia at the U19 Women’s National Championship in Winnipeg with a dominating 7-2 victory over B.C. U16 Sunday afternoon. B.C. Blue will face B.C. White for the gold medal later today.

A hat trick within a six minute span by Ontario’s Jessalyn Walkey was enough to secure the victory for her team.

B.C. U16 opened the game’s scoring in the 3rd minute by nationally carded athlete Shannon Elmitt…

Saskatchewan finishes in 5th place

Saskatchewan finishes in 5th place

July 20, 2008

Team Saskatchewan clinched 5th place in the 2008 U19 Women’s National Championship Sunday afternoon with a 4-2 consolation round victory over host Manitoba.

Katherine McNeil of Saskatchewan scored in the 47th and 50th minute respectively to seal the win. Teammates Stephanie Gardiner and Megan Scraper also scored.

Julie Lizak and Allison Moore scored for Manitoba. The hosts finish the nine-team event in seventh place.

Field Hockey Canada’s Under-19 Women’s National Championship takes place 17-20 July at East Side Eagles Turf in Winnipeg, Manitoba…

British Columbia sweeps Senior Nationals in Calgary

British Columbia sweeps Nationals in Calgary

June 30, 2008

The British Columbia men’s and women’s provincial teams captured their respective field hockey national championships Monday afternoon at Hawkings Field in Calgary. It was the first titles for the senior teams since 2006.

The British Columbia senior women won an all-B.C. final against the Under-19 team with a 4-1 victory. The B.C. men defeated Team Ontario 1-0 in extra time earlier in the day.

The Ontario women and Alberta men each captured the bronze medal…

Medal round begins at Nationals in Calgary

Medal round begins at Nationals in Calgary

June 30, 2008

The medal round begins today at the University of Calgary’s Hawkings Field for the 2008 Men’s and Women’s Senior National Field Hockey Championships. British Columbia sits ontop of the standings for both the men’s and women’s events.

Joining the B.C. men in today’s gold medal game will be Team Ontario. The Ontarians were edged by B.C. 3-2 during pool play. Host Alberta will play Manitoba for the bronze.

B.C. will also be playing in the women’s gold medal match against either Ontario or the Under-19 B…

Senior Field Hockey Championships set to begin

Senior Field Hockey Championships set to begin

June 26, 2008

Field Hockey Canada’s 2008 senior men’s and women’s field hockey national championships are set to begin today at Hawkings Field on the University of Calgary campus. This year’s event is being hosted by Field Hockey Alberta and features four men’s teams and seven women’s teams of provincial representation.

The women’s event showcases the best national-level athletes from across Canada with teams from Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, and Prince Edward Island…

2008 Technical Regulations released

Outdoor 2008 technical regulations released

June 23, 2008

National Championships Committee chair Tony Stewart today released the 2008 Technical Regulations for outdoor National Championship tournaments.

These regulations will be applied to National Championship Program events for the 2008 summer season including the Men’s and Women’s Senior Nationals (Calgary, 26-30 June), Under-19 Women’s Nationals (Winnipeg, 17-20 July), and Under-19 Men’s Nationals (Vancouver, 25-27 July).

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Rumble At Rutledge - A Great Success For Hockey

An exciting battle in West Vancouver delights the local crowd!

Rumble At Rutledge - A Great Success For Hockey

An exciting battle in West Vancouver delights the local crowd!