Another weekend of hockey is done and dusted, congrats to our teams that won :)

The Storage King Premier Men almost snuck another win in the last minute with another deflection goal but couldn't make it two wins in a row, they drew 3 all with TA in close battle.

Be Active Fitness Premier Women came out firing after their bye week also against Te Awamutu. The ladies dominated from the get go with their excellent passing and being able to hold possession. They made the most of their opportunities in the circle and we up by 5-0 at half time. TA regrouped and played much better in the second half but the Varsity ladies continued to maintain pressure and slot a couple more. Final score 7-0 with a hat trick by Georgia Morton.

Uni Reserve A Men lost 2-1 to OB

Uni Reserve A Women won convincingly beating Suburbs 4-0, they allowed Suburbs very few opportunities and continued their good form with great passing and communication.

One2One Uni Reserve B Women had a tough match against a sharp TA side, they held their own for significant patches of the game but a couple of poor spells let TA dominate. Final score 6-0

Uni Reserve B Men went down 3-0 to the Warriors.

Uni Social Women had a BYE

Uni Social Men lost to Pastits 4-1.

Well done and good luck for next week!

Some good hockey games were played on the weekend!

Storage King Premier Men took down Old Boys in a great game on Saturday. After scoring in the first minute of the game they followed this up when they converted a PC. The lad's managed to hold possession under pressure well at times but Old Boys came back strongly with two goals of their own. The last quarter the was a tight battle with the Varsity men finding the goal through an excellent crash ball and deflection in the last few minutes.

Uni Reserve 1 Men came out like a new team this week, with star striker Adam Jurisich being on the injured list the guys decided it was up to them to score some goals which they well and truly did. Final score 11-2.

Uni Reserve 2 Men went down to the TA Mako's 4-1.

Uni Reserve 3 Social Men went down in a close battle with TA, final score 3-2.

Premier Be Active Fitness Women had a bye this weekend but are taking on TA this Saturday and are rearing to go.

Uni Reserve 1 A Women took on Uni Reserve 1 B on a hot sunny afternoon. We never enjoy having to play each other and were low on numbers but the A team ground out a tough win 3-0.

Uni Reserve 2 Social Women played Fraser Tech. The girls played out of their skins on a hot morning on what was really their first game of the season after being defaulted to previous week. They had consistent periods of attack and defended well and were unlucky not to be awarded a PC in the dying minutes after sustained attack. Final score 1-1.

Looking forward to some good games this weekend!

Storage King Premier Men playing TA @ 1:30 on Water 1
Be Active Fitness Premier Women are also taking on TA straight afterwards at 3pm.

Reserve 1 Men playing Old Boys @ 2:10 on Turf 2
Reserve 2 Men playing Warriors @ 7:30 on Turf 2
Reserve 3 Social Men playing Pastitis @ 11:30 on Turf 2
Reserve 1 A Women playing Suburbs @ 4:50 on Turf 2
Reserve 1 B Women playing TA @ 5:55 on Turf 1
Reserve 2 Social BYE

Varsity Hockey invites all of our awesome hockey players, supporters, friends and family to join us for dinner this Friday night at Royale Indian on Cameron Road. Excellent opportunity to meet your fellow club members and get to know your own team mates a bit better.

Royale Indian does a mean butter chicken and is BYO! Those of us who can afford to be a wee bit "tired" on Saturday might even carry on to the pub afterwards...

Please help us gauge dinner numbers by accepting the Facebook event :) The more the merrier!

The opening weekend of hockey has been and gone, we managed to miss most of the rain! Here are our results:

Storage King Premier Men went down 3 nil to Collegians.

Be Active Fitness Premier Women ended up with a 2-2 draw, although they had the majority of the possession and territory they weren't able to get the win, conceding a goal in the last minute.

Reserve A Women had a convincing 2-0 win over New World Old Girls. The ladies finally converted with 10 minutes to go after dominating for the whole match.

Reserve B Women played very well against Fraser Tech, after conceding early they fought back to be winning 3-2 with minutes to go but Tech snuck another in right before the final whistle.

Reserve A Men went down 2-1 in a close game which was marred by a few colourful cards.

Reserve B Men also went down in a close battle with UMS on Sunday night, the men played with some great structure which is looking positive for the coming weeks.

Reserve Social Women were out of luck this week with Suburbs defaulting due to not enough players :(

Reserve Three Men beat Fraser Tech 3-1!

All the teams have been announced and by now you should have received a message about selections. If you haven't yet received a text or email then please get in touch with us - your details may have been entered incorrectly which means we haven't been able to contact you.

Trainings start this week, and the first game is this weekend (11/12 March). Your coaches will provide more information about where and when games and trainings are. See you there!

Your last chance to trial for the Waikato University Hockey Club!

Sunday 5th March at Gallagher Hockey Centre. Please be there by 5:30pm to register and warm up ready to be on the turf by 6pm.

Sunday 5th March at Gallagher Hockey Centre. Please be there by 6:30pm to register and warm up ready to be on the turf by 7pm.

Please let us know if you want to play but cannot attend. Remember we have options available for all skill and commitment levels - premier, reserve, social.

Also don't forget the final Wednesday open night happening tomorrow at 6pm at St Paul's Collegiate School (note the venue change!). Anyone is welcome to come along for a hit around, see the Facebook event for more information. Questions? Please Facebook or email us-

Congrats to our Premier Men who secured 3rd place in the Premier 5's Tournament! This was an exciting weekend of hockey with teams from Auckland and Tauranga competing.

Our Premier Women also had a great weekend, they were very unlucky only dropping one game and finishing top of their pool in a tie and unfortunately ended up missing out on the finals due to goal difference.

Sadly both competitions were taken out by Auckland teams but both finals were tight contests with Te Awamutu Women going down 2-0 and Collegian Men being pipped in the last few minutes after being a couple of goals up.

Awesome weekend of hockey and fun, we had a great crew for the weekend and set up a good camp with plenty of water, ice and sunscreen to combat the heat!

For anyone who hasn't seen 5's played before it's pretty cool, you play off the boards and you can score from anywhere. It was amazing to see goals being scored from well behind half way as demonstrated by a few of our own players! Next weekend is another 5's tournament which is open to all levels of players, if anyone is interested in competing flick us a message.

Waikato University Hockey are excited to announce our new Premier coaches for the 2017 season.

We welcome Kirsten Petrie to lead our Women’s side, Kirsten is a vastly experienced coach, having been assistant coach at NHL level along with age group representative sides plus coaching NZ Presidents. She will be assisted by one of our most experienced players and trainers Megan Cotterill.

The Premier Mens side will be coached by one of Midlands most experienced players and NZ rep Matt Rees-Gibbs, Matt has also been involved coaching in the Midlands program and co-coached the St Paul’s Rankin Cup winning side.

Any players wishing to trial for our Premier squads this season are invited to attend our clubs trials on Saturday the 18th of February and Sunday the 5th of March. Please contact us if you would like to be considered for Premier hockey but cannot attend both trials. Further details on times and locations can be found under our Facebook events.

We hope everyone is getting excited for the 2017 Hockey season to kick off! Here are some key dates to remember:

TRIALS @ Gallagher Hockey Turf

Check out our events for the details!

WEDNESDAY OPEN NIGHTS - HIT AROUND @ Gallagher Hockey Turf For anyone that can't make a trial or for anyone wanting to have a hit around before trials we have open nights. All Welcome!

HOCKEY SEASON STARTS THE WEEKEND OF MARCH 11. Keep an eye out for more information to come!

  • Coaching announcements
  • Fitness group
  • Fitness boot camps

Any questions please email us or send us a Facebook message. Remember to like our page so you can keep up to date!

Join us for a pre-season hit around and a casual game to blast the cobwebs from the system before trials. We all know the pain after the first game of the season... so get it over and done with so you've got your A game cranking for trials when it is most important!

We have the turf from 7:30pm to 8:30pm on Wednesday 15 February at Gallagher Hockey Centre. Turn up a bit early for a warm-up and stretch so we can hit the turf on time.

If you can't make trials this is another opportunity to have a run around. Everyone is welcome!