2000-2009

2009

President—Paul Beckmann

Secretary—Paul Beckmann

Assistant Secretary—Tammie Wightman

Treasurer—Tracy Sykes

Vice President Seniors—Rebecca Moroney

Vice President Juniors—Chris Main

Committee Members—Michael Bevan, Wal Lehmann, Carly Simms

Coaching Director—Trevor Cibich

Ground Manager—Mark Corkill

Bar Managers—Darren Roberts, Chris Abineri

Senior Coaches—Bronte Pickett, Mark Victory

Junior Secretary—Sue Kitto

 

Australian Honours

Bianca Greenshields—Junior World Cup

State Honours

AHL

Bronte Pickett

Bianca Greenshields

Carly Sims

Brook Appleyard

Scott Hughes

Evan Boland

Craig Victory—Coach Suns

Mark Victory—Asst Coach Suns

Sue Beckmann—Manager Suns

Under Age

Daniel Simounds U21

Daniel Hunter U21

Bianca Greenshields U21

Cameron Joyce U18

Brooke Appleyard U18

Emma Faint U18

Grace O’Connell U15 SSG

Caitlin Watkins U15

Harrison Johns U15

Kane Wickman U15

Caitlin Watkins U15

Tom Fitzgerald SSB

Daniel Roberts SSB

Nathan Greenshileds SSB

Dylan Roberts  SSB

Over Age

Adrian Buckley O40

Evert Siemerlink O45

Mark Chambers O45

Paul Beckmann O50

Sue Beckmann O50 Manager

Jeff Wait O60

Bill Drewett O60

Tracy Bohm O35

Gayle Dixon O35

Shannon Heffernan O35

Penny Van Der Vlag O35

Nadine Hewson O40

Symonne Wickman O40

Other

Jim Stockham—Country Mens team

Magpie Medallist

Premier League Women—Sarah Harrison & Kym Meldrum

Premier League Men—Evan Boland

Players Choice

Premier League Women—Kym Meldrum

Premier League Men—Michael Lubcke

Best and Fairest

Women

Metro 1—Crystal Beckmann

Metro 2—Maggie Schiller

Metro 3—Nicole Nott

Metro 4—Belinda Haley

Metro 5—Tracy Lambert

Men

Metro 1—Kris Schiller

Metro 2—Jim Stockham

Metro 3—Steve North

Metro 4—Kieran Caldwell

Metro 5—Sean Buckley

Metro 6—Dennis Holmes

Veterans A—Chris Collett

Veterans B—Trevor Cibich

Minor Premiers

  1. Metro 6 Men
  2. Veteran A Men
  3. Veterans B Men

Premierships

  1. Under 15 Girls
  2. Under 18 Girls
  3. Under 18B Boys
  4. Metro 4 Men
  5. Metro 6 Men
  6. Veterans A Men
  7. Metro 1 Women
  8. Premier League Women

Club Awards

Cibich Coaching Trophy - Rebecca Moroney

Drewett Outstanding Playing Service - Kris Schiller

Drever Club Championship Team - Metro 6 Men

Weir Outstanding Club Member - Peter Hanlon and Sue Kitto 

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2008

This year the Club entered 3 additional teams - Metro 6 Men, Metro 4 Women and Veterans B.

This means that the Clun has a team in every grade of very competiton for the first time ever. 

 

Port Adelaide District Hockey Club - Team Standings

Male
Team Round Position W L D Pts GD
Premier League 19 5 10 8 0 30 11
Metro 1 18 7 6 6 6 24 3
Metro 2 18 3 12 3 2 38 30
Metro 3 18 1 17 1 0 51 88
Metro 4 18 2 10 1 5 35 23
Metro 5 18 5 6 8 3 21 -3
Metro 6 18 1 17 0 1 52 93
Vets A 18 3 11 5 2 35 27
Vets B 18 1 13 2 3 42 22
Under 18A 11 6 3 6 2 11 -10
Under 15A 11 1 9 0 1 28 40
Under 13B 11 5 1 7 1 4 -13
               
Female
Team Round Position W L D Pts GD
Premier League 19 2 13 2 3 42 48
Metro 1 18 2 12 2 4 40 24
Metro 2 18 7 3 10 5 14 -27
Metro 3 18 7 4 10 2 14 -21
Metro 4 18 1 13 4 1 40 40
Metro 5 18 1 13 2 1 40 49
Under 18 14 2 9 2 1 28 44
Under 15 14 3 6 6 2 20 22
Under 13 14 4 5 5 2 17 -6
               
Mixed
Team Round Position W L D Pts GD
Under 11 14 9 2 9 3 9 -15
Under 9              
Under 9              

 

2008 Committee and Officials

President - Paul Beckmann

Vice President Seniors - Rebecca Moroney

Vice president Juniors - Mark Victory

Secretary - Peter Byrne

Assistant Secretary - Tammie Wightman

Treasurer - Mike Johnston

Committee Members - Sue Corkill, Guy Wightman, Michael Bevan

Bar Manager - Darren Roberts

Grounds Manager - Mark Corkill

Player Awards

Premier League Men

  • Player’s Choice                   Scott Hughes
  • Magpie Medal                      Daniel Hunter

Premier League Women

  • Player’s Choice                   Sarah Harrison
  • Magpie Medal                      Carly Sims

Metro 1 Men

  • Best & Fairest                      Levi Stephen
  • Best Team person                Lachlan Fitzpatrick

Metro 1 Women

  • Best & Fairest                      Kimberley Hughes
  • Best Team Person                Crystal Beckmann

Metro 2 Men

  • Best & Fairest                      Tom Fitzgerald
  • Best Team person                William Abineri

Metro 2 Women

  • Best & Fairest                      Symonne Wickman
  • Best Team person                Celeste Knowles

Metro 3 Men

  • Best & Fairest                      Steve North
  • Best Team person                Tim Geddes

Metro 3 Women

  • Best & Fairest                      Tracy Bohm
  • Best Team person                Ros Doudle

Metro 4 Men

  • Best & Fairest                      Terry Delamere
  • Best Team person                Hayden Bruce

Metro 4 Women

  • Best & Fairest                      Anne Kitto
  • Best Team person                Sue Corkill

Metro 5 Men

  • Best & Fairest                      Brian Vajda
  • Best Team person                Lewis Hanlon

Metro 5 Women

  • Best & Fairest                      Melanie Wood
  • Best Team person                Lea Brown

Metro 6 Men

  • Best & Fairest                      Paul Beckmann
  • Best Team person                Aaron Mossop

Vets A Men

  • Best & Fairest                      Peter Byrne
  • Best Team person                Lewis Hart

Vets B Men

  • Best & Fairest                     Trevor Cibich and Paul Beckmann
  • Best Team person                Mark Corkill

PADHC PERPETUAL TROPHY WINNERS -  2008

“Allan Drever” – Club Championship Trophy – Metro 6 Men

“Trevor Cibich” – Most Outstanding Coach – Chris Roberts

“A.A Weir”  -  Most Outstanding Club Member – Lesley and Geoffrey Cooper

“William (Bill) Drewett” – Exceptional Playing Services – Chris Collett

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2007

Grade

POS

P

W

L

D

B

FF

For

Ag

Goal Diff

Pts

D1M

1

20

15

1

4

2

0

98

64

34

49

D1W

2

21

15

4

2

0

0

56

23

33

47

D2M

2

18

12

3

3

0

0

50

22

28

39

D2W

4

18

11

4

3

0

0

57

22

35

36

D3M

4

18

12

4

2

0

0

70

37

33

38

D3W

6

18

10

8

0

0

0

39

38

1

30

D4M

1

18

16

2

0

0

0

93

23

70

48

D4W

7

18

4

7

7

0

0

26

47

-21

19

D5M

1

16

13

2

1

2

0

48

24

24

40

D6M

2

18

13

3

2

0

0

76

27

49

41

D6W

2

18

13

1

4

0

0

82

16

66

43

VETA

1

17

12

3

2

2

0

98

37

61

38

VETB

5

15

5

7

3

3

0

52

70

-18

18

U17M

3

14

9

4

1

1

0

50

34

16

28

U17W

2

14

10

2

2

1

0

67

15

52

32

U15MRed

3

13

8

2

3

2

0

33

14

19

27

U15MBlue

4

15

7

6

2

0

0

43

40

3

23

U15W

1

15

13

0

2

0

0

95

10

85

41

U13MRed

5

12

0

12

0

3

0

9

80

-71

0

U13W

5

15

5

8

2

0

0

19

31

-12

17

U11Mixed

9

15

2

11

2

0

0

6

41

-35

8

 

Individual rewards this year included

  • Bronte Pickett AHL (National League) female best player award (State), Premier League women's player of the year award for the fifth time, the fourth in succession.

The following Port players were named in the Women's Premier League team of the year:

  • Deanne Gilbert
  • Ange Schilling
  • Bianca Greenshields
  • Bronte Pickett
  • Jess Cibich
  • Sarah Harrison

The following Port Players were named in the Men's Premier League Team of the year:

  • Craig Victory
  • Scott Hughes

Other awards to Port players included

  • Craig Victory - Coach of the year
  • Adam Jeffrey - Premier League men leading goal scorer award with 49 goals
  • Scott Hughes - State Under 21 male player of the year
  • Levi Stephen - Male Umpire of the year
  • Charmaine Collett - Developing Umpire Award

PADHC TROPHY WINNERS -  2007

PLM

  • Player's Choice           Kris Schiller
  • Magpie Medal             Evan Boland & Michael Lubcke

PLW

  • Player's Choice           Sarah Harrison
  • Magpie Medal             Jess Cibich

PLRM

  • Best & Fairest             Daniel Simounds
  • Best Team person        Craig Westbrook

PLRW

  • Best & Fairest             Ashton Sard
  • Best Team Person       Laura Goodwins & Chantal Nel

Div 3 Men

  • Best & Fairest             Sam Lucke
  • Best Team person        Andy Chown & Aiden Buckley

Div 3 Women

  • Best & Fairest             Shannon Heffernan
  • Best Team person        Georgina Cogan

Div 4 Men

  • Best & Fairest             Tim Geddes
  • Best Team person        Adrian Buckley

Div 4 Women

  • Best & Fairest             Kyleigh Victory
  • Best Team person        Ros Doudle

Div 5 Men

  • Best & Fairest             Michael Wishart
  • Best Team person        Clinton Duff

Div 6 Men

  • Best & Fairest             Trevor Cibich
  • Best Team person        Scott Jordison

Div 6 Women

  • Best & Fairest             Bec Cooper & Sylvia Reed
  • Best Team person        Tammie Wightman

Vets A Men

  • Best & Fairest             Lewis Hart
  • Best Team person        Barry Thomas

PADHC PERPETUAL TROPHY WINNERS -  2007

"Allan Drever" - Club Championship Trophy - U15 Girls

"Trevor Cibich" - Most Outstanding Coach - Colin Doudle

"A.A Weir"  -  Most Outstanding Club Member - Darren Roberts

"William (Bill) Drewett" - Exceptional Playing Services - Tobi Cibich

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2006

 

Team Results

 

 Team  Male  Female
 Premier League  Premiers  Premiers
 Premier league Reserves  Premiers  5
 Division 3  1  6
 Division 4  Premiers  6
 Division 5  7  
 Division 6  Premiers  
 Veteran  2  
 Under 18    
 Under 15 A  Premiers  
 Under 15 B  Premiers  
 Under 13    
 Under 11    
 Under 9    

 

Coaches

 

 Team  Male  Female
 Premier League  Trevor Cibich  Charmain Collett
 Premier League Reserve  Gary Szkolic  Margaret Cox
 Division 3  Guy Wightman  Rebecca Moroney
 Division 4  Darren Pettrey  Colin Doudle
 Division 5  Paul Anderson  
 Division 6  Jeff Wait  
 Under 17  Dale Stephen  Sarah Harrison
 Crystal Beckmann
 Veteran  Scott Jordison
 Chris Collett
 
 Under 15  Paul Finnie
 Greig Brown
 Shannon Heffernan
 Under 13  Scott Hughes  David Deane
 Under 11

Chris Collett

Under 9

Mark Victory

 

 

Team Award Winners

 

 Team

 Male 

 Female 

   Best Player  Team Award  Best Player  Team Award
 Premier League

 Dale Stephen

 Nathan Kitto  Jess Cibich   Jess Cibich
 Premier League Reserve  Paul Finnie  Greg Beckmann  Claire Boland   Amelia Bath
 Division 3 Chris Collett Paul Beckmann  Shannon  Heffernan  Georgina Cogan
 Division 4 Matthew Borg Lewis Hart  Kyleigh Victory   Symonne Wickman
 Division 5 Dave Militz Adam Southam    
 Division 6 Mark Corkhill Mark Wickman    
 Veterans Peter Byrne & Chris Collett Chris Collett    
 Under 18        
 Under 15        
 Under 13        
 

Mixed

   
 Under 11        
 Under 9        

 

Representative Players

 

   Male  Female
 Australia

 

 DeeAnne Gilbert
 NHL  Craig Victory
 Adam Jeffrey
 Dale Stephen

Jess Cibich          Sarah Harrison    Bronte Pickett              De-Anne Gilbert          Kym Meldrum

 Under 21 Scott Hughes
Michael Lubke            Ross McConnell          Matthew Simmounds
Angela Schilling         Sarah Harrison     Sarah Lange
 Under 18 Daniel Hunter        Craig Westbrook  Elle Cibich          Sarah Rose         Bianca Greenshields Carly Simms
 Under 16    
 Under 15    
 Under 13    
 Veterans

 Paul Beckmann
 Jeff Wait
 Bill Drewett

 

 

Awards

 "Alan Drever" Club Championship Trophy - Div 4 & Div 6 Men

"Trevor Cibich" Most Outstanding Coach - Paul Finnie

"A.A Weir" Most Outstanding Club Member - Paul Beckmann & Darren Roberts

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2005

The Men and Women joined in success with Premierships a piece.

Adam Cibich and Adam Jeffery joined us at John  Hart Reserve and had an enormous impact. Plugger his an amazing 54 goals whilst Cib's scrambling in defence was a constant delight to all. Tevor Cibich stated in his report that " we must aim for back to back titles". We believed him.

Bronte Picket was awared the HSA best and fairest medal. 3 times now - an amazing effort.

During the year the Club bid farewell to Joy Cibich. Her cheering on the sideline with Jack will be sadly missed.

Committee

President - Jeff Wait, Vice President - Paul Beckmann, Secretary - Sue Stephen, Assistant Secretary - Mark Anderson, Treasurer - John Stephen, Committee - Maggiue Cox, Simon Jones, Rick Holliday

Team Results

 

 Team  Male  Female
 Premier League  Premiers  Premiers
 Premier League Reserves    
 Division 3  Premiers  5
 Division 4    
 Division 5    
 Division 6    
 Veteran  3  
 Under 18    
 Under 15 A    
 Under 15 B    
 Under 13    
 Under 11    
 Under 9    

 

Coaches

 

 Team  Male  Female
 Premier League  Trevor Cibich  Charmain Collett
 Premier League Reserve  Gary Szkolic  
 Division 3  Guy Wightman  
 Division 4  Darren Pettrey  Colin Doudle
 Division 5  Derek Hutchins  
 Division 6  Jeff Wait  
 Under 17  Dale Stephen  
 Veteran  Paul Beckmann  
 Under 15    Shannon Heffernan
 Under 13    David Deane
 Under 11

 

Under 9

Chris Collett

 

Award Winners

 

 Team

 Male 

 Female 

   Best Player  Team Award  Best Player  Team Award
 Premier League

 Kris Schiller

     
 Premier League Reserve         
 Division 3        
 Division 4        
 Division 5        
 Division 6        
 Veterans        
 Under 18        
 Under 15        
 Under 13        
 

Mixed

   
 Under 11        
 Under 9        

 

Representative Players

 

   Male  Female
 Australia

 

 
 NHL    
 Under 21    
 Under 18    
 Under 16    
 Under 15    
 Under 13    
 Veterans    

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2004

It is appropriate that this resume begins with some excerpts from the Annual Report which was presented at the Annual General Meeting held on Sunday 5th December. Except those who attended that meeting, there are probably not many other members who see this report and therefore are not aware of the range of activities carried out by your Management Committee and other members during the year. Following are some of those excerpts referred to. 

President - Rick Holliday:

It is with mixed emotions that I write this, my final president's report from the Port Adelaide District Hockey Club, as this club has been such a large part of my life since an early age and it has been an honour and privilege to be your president for the past three seasons.

This season turned out to be a mixed bag on the playing arena for our great club. We had the highest proportion of our teams in the finals in recent history and the premierships achieved are all highly valued. It was just a disappointment that the best performing teams all season will not all gain the recognition they deserved by just failing to clinch the biggest game of the year for many varied and sometimes confusing reasons.

Congratulations to all members of our club who achieved the honour of representing South Australia - yes, it is an honour and should always be treated as such.

We as a club were disappointed when, for factors beyond his control, Craig (Jiggy) Victory was not able to participate in The Athens Olympics and get the reward of an Olympic Gold Medal. He has well and truly earned this over his outstanding International career.

I would like to thank the Management Committee and other members who have worked many long hours within your club to allow you, the members, to utilise the clubs facilities. It is a pity that as always it is left to a small but dedicated few.

I wish to thank four people for whom I have the greatest respect, and all should be recognised for giving me the support that has allowed the club to get within reach of our dreams.

To Jeff Wait, Don Germein, Trevor Cibich and John Stephen - each in your own way have been a major part of my involvement and are all hugely responsible for the clubs achievements.

Special thanks to Marlene, my wife and partner, who I met at the PADHC in 1978 on a Sunday afternoon while celebrating a well deserved win.

Secretary - Sue Stephen:

On field the 2004 season has been reasonably successful. Almost all teams participated in their respective finals series with 11 teams playing for premierships in their grade. This is an achievement unequalled by other clubs.

The season ended with five premiership flags. Of particular note is that Port Adelaide won two junior premierships (Under 15 girls and Under 13 boys) and were runners up in two, Under 18 girls and Under 18 boys).

Port Adelaide continues to be the leading hockey club in South Australia, as confirmed by the club winning the prestigious Japan Trophy. This trophy belongs to all members of the club; players and supporters alike. To all of you who have volunteered your time for some purpose during the season I thank you. Volunteers are a vital part of our club and enable us to be successful on and off the field.

Treasurer - John Stephen:

After the frenetic activity during 2002/03 as we completed the installation of the new wet surface pitch, 2003/04 was more a year of financial consolidation for the club. This was the first year that we had the pitch in full operation and these results can now be used as a model for forward planning.

However, as the attached results show, we still spent ait over $43,000 on improvements to the ground and its surrounds. Despite this we managed to show an operating profit of $10,515 for the year and made our first payments to the Council Sinking Fund for replacement of the pitch in future years.

While this is an encouraging result it has been achieved through a massive amount of volunteer time and effort with the club operating 7 days a week for large parts of the season. Any drop in the utilisation of the pitch or fall in volunteer support for the bar and canteen could have serious repercussions for the club and it is important that we continue to strive for improvements in our facilities and income streams.

The club fielded 19 teams for the season 2004 consisting of 7 men, 4 women, 3 boys and 3 girls and 2 teams of boys and girls.

The Premier League   Reserves had  small increase in the number of home games this year with 8 for the Premier League and 10 for the Reserves teams.

The annual Auction Night was held in July in the clubrooms and achieved in the vicinity of S4,500 towards club general revenue.

Senior Presentation Dinner was held at the West Lakes Stadium in October and apart from the presentation of trophies to the respective team recipients an important feature was the Announcement of Life Membership to Jo Haynes in recognition of her contribution to the club.

Coaches

 

Team

Male

Female

Premier League

Anthony Haynes

Charmaine Collett

PL Reserves

Gary Szkolik

Kerry Dixon

Division 3

Guy Wightman

Lewis Hart

Division 4

Darren Pettrey

n/a

Division 5

Simon Jones

Colin Doudle

Division 6

Rick Holliday

n/a

Veterans

Jeff Wait

n/a

Under 18

Dale Stephen

Mike Redmond

Under 15

Mark Victory

Shannon Heffernan

Under 13

Sean Pearce

David Deane

Under 11 Mixed

Mark Anderson

Under 9 Mixed

Chris Collett

 

Team Results

 

Team

Male

Female

Premier League

6

2

PL Reserves

5

Premiers

Division 3

Premiers

7

Division 4

4

n/a

Division 5

Premiers

2

Division 6

1

n/a

Veterans

Premiers Div 2

n/a

Under 18

2

2

Under 15

5

Premiers

Under 13

Premiers

3

Under 11 Mixed

n/a

Under 9 Mixed

n/a

 

Womens Premier League Reserves Premiership Team

Karen Bevan (Co-Capt), Kirsty Walters (Co-Capt), Claire Boland, Elle Cibich, Charmaine Collett, Ilona Flockhart, Mahalia Frank, Bianca Greenshield, Christina Picchianti, Penny Redmond, Carly Simms, Alexandra Smith, Danielle Windsor. Kerry Dixon (Coach)

Mens Division 3 Premiership Team

Guy Wightman (Capt-Coach), Peter Byrne (Player-Manager), Ian Cawrse, Chris Collett, Travis Flockhart, Lewis Hart, Mike Johnson, James McMahon, Scott McMahon, Brett Osborne, Chris Roberts, Daniel Simounds, Peter Simms, David Slack, Gary Szkolik, Michael Wishart, Bradley Young, Kris Schiller (Asst Coach)

Mens Division 5 Premiership Team

Simon Jones (Captain), Derek Hutchins (Vice-Capt), Adrian Corkhill, David Fitzgerald, Peter Hanlon, Bob Harvey, David Harvey, Brenton Lawrence, Lincoln Rawlings, Evert Siemelik, Grant Simpson, Adam Southam, Barry Thomas, Brian Wait.

Girls Under 15 Premiership Team

Alexandra Smith (Captain), Lucy Cogan (Vice-Capt), Emily Aldridge, Courtney Balmer, Caitlin Fidock, Bianca Greenshield, Patrice Johnson, Ellen Ketteridge, Kathleen 0'Connell, Kate Ramsay, Ashleigh Russell, Jessica Thompson, Shannon Heffernan (Coach).

Boys Under 13 Premiership Team

Aiden Buckley, Trent Fiddler, Laurence Fletcher, Blayne Handrickan-Frank, Sam Lubcke, Oscar Lang, Shaun Maslin, Blake Meegan, Todd Ramsay, Daniel Roberts, Josh Sheridan, Charles Smith, Craig Van Tenac, Tom Watson, Sean Pearce (Coach).

TROPHY WINNERS

 

Team

Male

 

Female

 

 

Best Player

Team Award

Best Player

Team Award

Premier League

Dale Stephen

Evan Boland

Kym Handley

Karli Cibich
Maggie Cox
Sarah Harrison

PL Reserves

Joshua Rose

Greg Beckmann

Elle Cibich & Karen Bevan

Dan Windsor

Division 3

David Slack

Peter Byrne

Jodie Nicolson

Fiona Prentice

Division 4

Tim Geddes

Mathew Borg

 

 

Division 5

Bob Harvey

Simon Jones

Nicole Nott

Kyleigh Victory

Division 6

Paul Beckmann

Tony Doudle

 

 

Veterans

Paul Beckmann

Peter Hanlon

 

 

Under 18

Scott Hughes

Daniel Furno

Angela Schilling

Ilona Flockhart
Mahalia Frank
Deanna Pisani

Under 15

Ian Russell

Daniel Lazell

Ashleigh Russell
Bianca Greenshield

 

Under 13

Sam Lubcke
Laurence Fletcher

Oscar Lang

Tayla Oates

Lisa Frankcom
Emma Dean

Under 11 Mixed

William Abineri

Kane Wickman
Alexander Night

 

 

Under 9 Mixed

 

Madelaine Hibbard
Darcy Guerin Hanln

 

 

 

PERPETUAL CLUB TROPHIES

Arthur Weir Best Club Member                  Darren Roberts & John Stephen

Allan Drever Club Championship                Premier League Reserves

Women Coach of the Year:                       Shannon Heffernan

Exceptional Playing Service:                    Jeff Wait

STATE REPRESENTATIVES

 

 

Male

Female

NHL

Dale Stephen
Craig Victory 
Mark Victory

Jessica Cibich
DeAnne Gilbert
Kym Handley
Rachel Militz
Bronte Pickett

Under 21

Dale Stephen
Ross McConnell

Jessica Cibich
Sarah Harrison

Under 18

Scott Hughes 
Mathew Simounds

Angela Schilling

Veterans

Paul Beckmann
Jeff Wait

 

Under 15

 

Lucy Cogan
Bianca Greenshield
Kate Ramsay
Ashleigh Russell
Carly Simms
Alexandra Smith

Indoor

Troy Clohessy, Sean Pearce

Rebecca Moroney

Indoor Under 21

Scott Hughes

 

Indoor Under 18

Greg Beckmann
Scott Hughes

 

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2003

While the number of premierships for 2003 was only three in number, without doubt the most significant achievement was the completion of the installation of the new playing surface at the club. This facility equals that at Gepps Cross (which has been replaced several times) and with a far superior canteen catering service, maintains the clubs status as the best club hockey centre in the state. Again a very successful year.

A total of 20 teams were entered this season (an increase of 1 team from the previousyear), consisting of 7 senior men, 4 senior women, 4 boys, 3 girls and 2 teams of both boys and girls. Those teams which won premierships were the Premier League women, Division 6 men and the Under 15 girls. This was the third successive premiership for the senior womens team, the first time since the 1970's that this has been achieved at that level. In addition to this, the group of players coached by Trevor Cibich (since 1995) has played in ten grand finals since 1993 and won the title on seven occasions.

Ten of the club teams competed in finals matches with five of those playing for the premiership in their respective grades. The Premier League Reserve women and the Under 18 girls being unsuccessful in their respective grand finals. There were no finals matches in the Under 11 and Under 9 grades. The allocation of home games for the Premier League and Reserves teams was the same as the previous year, being seven in number. Whether there will be any increase in the number of "home" allocations in 2004 remains to be seen. The first game played on the new pitch was a match to thank all those involved in its construction, played between the Construction Gang (Scruffy's Team) and the Presidents eleven. This was a great occasion with several hundred people attending. The result of the match was not of great relevance, but the Presidents team was successful, mainly through the presence of Australian player Craig (Jiggy) Victory.

To officially open the ground two weekends of a seven-a-side competition (Team Sport Aquaturf Challenge) was programmed. The first being a "B" grade competition for men and women, which was a great success with teams competing from all round the state.

The following weekend was the "A" grade competition. Unfortunately, the suppÃfffffffffffffffffffff,Ã,­ort from the metropolitan clubs was poor to say the least, but thanks to the support of the State Under 18 teams entering two sides (Boys and Girls) each, the event was held with the winners prize money going to the U/18s in both boys and girls:

During this event the Minister for Recreation, Sport and Racing, the Hon. Michael Wright and the Deputy Mayor, Councillor Bruce Johansson officially opened the ground and were generous in their praise of the achievements of your club.

Also during the 2003 season the Port Adelaide District Hockey Club took pride in being able to recognise part of the significant history of your club. This was achieved by the erection and dedication of the "MAGPIE ENTRANCE OF HONOUR" which consists of a Life Members Rose Garden adjacent to engraved pavers recognising current and past members and friends of your club.

The feature of the entrance is the "DON GERMEIN GATES". The dedication of these gates was a historic occasion for the club with the official naming carried out by the above mentioned the Honourable Michael Wright, who spoke with pride and sincerity of how your club has been privileged to have had such a long commitment by a proud member in Don Germein and how the efforts of such people as Don have contributed to the history of our district. These gates were constructed and erected by club member Gary Szkolik.

From a club view point it was a great pleasure to give Don this well deserved recognition and that we were able to share the day with Don and, Marjorie and those members of their family who were present.

Other events of note during the year include the club ground and facilities being used for the Southern University Games, Junior State Championships, Country Championships and the Australian Womens Veterans Championships.

An unexpected bonus for the club during the Easter week end was an Australian Junior Womens Lacrosse Training Clinic being conducted at the club over three days. Also the South Australian Womens Lacrosse Association used the ground on a regular basis with senior grade matches throughout their season.

All of these events involved a number of club members in various capacities and they are to be commended for their contribution. This type of event can add significantly to the club finances by ground hire, canteen and bar takings It also enhances the club profile as the best equipped centre in the state for such events. Another prominent effort regarding the Womens Veterans ChampionÃfffffffffffffffffffff,Ã,­ship was the number of meals served during their tournament which averaged 50 plus every night.

With the upgrading of the ground facilities there has been an increase in requests forusage by other clubs. This increase has been handled capably by club members includingRob McMahon (Junior Hockey Activities), Darren Roberts (Bar Management), Kerrie Hughes and Jane Redmond (Canteen and Catering), Brenton Lawrence (Ground & Clubrooms Maintenance), John Collett, Neil Pentecost, Simon Jones, Emma Roberts and Jo Haynes.

Customer Service of quality has been maintained from the bar and canteen throughout the playing season and meals have been available on Thursday nights and also on Saturday nights when the Port Adelaide senior teams were playing at home.

Club merchandise has become another item for members (and visitors) in the form of Winter Jackets, Long sleeve Polo Shirts, Club Ties, Club History Book and more.

Junior Hockey within the club was stronger this year in that two extra teams took part, significantly both at Under 18, one boys and one girls teams. This augers well for the advancement of these players to the senior teams. Overall the results were satisfactory, the highlights were the Premiership for the Under 15 girls and the Under 18 girls being defeated in their grand final match. Maintaining or increasing the number of teams in the Junior grades is very important to the club, because this is where the future is. The Junior Presentation night was again a great success with "standing room only" for many people. It is pleasing to note that Rob McMahon has indicated his willingness to be the Junior Coordinator again for 2004.

The Annual Auction Night was held in the clubrooms during August and again proved to be a great success with a net result in the vicinity of $6000. Senior Presentation event (capably organised bv Sam Clohessy and Caroline Marshall) was held at the AAMI Stadium in October with no less than 140 in attendance.

This year was recognised as the 100th year of mens hockey in South Australia and in celebration of this, the President of Hockey SA, Andrew Oliver, invited a number of note worthy people to a special presentation at the Pines Function Centre. The presentation being in the form of a Certificate recognising those who have made a significant contribution to mens hockey over a number of years, Three Port Adelaide members were recipients of this award, Rick Holliday, Trevor Cibich and Jeff Wait.

However, credit for the overall success which has been enjoyed by all, must go to the solid management of all the clubs activities by the officers elected at the Annual General Meeting in December 2002.

Team Standings

 

Men

Women

Premier League:

4

Premiers

Premier League Reserves:

5

2

Division 3:

4

5

Division 4:

3

 

Division 5:

4

 

Division 6:

Premiers

 

Veterans:

4

 

Under 18A:

5

2

Under 18B:

5

 

Under 15:

8

Premiers

Under 13:

6

6

Under 11:

5

 

Under 9:

 

 

 

Womens Premier League Premiership Team: Jo Haynes and Rachel Militz (Co-Captains), Jessica Cibich, Karli Cibich, Tobi Cibich, Charmaine Collett, Maggie Cox Robyn Hampton, Sarah Harrison, Caroline Marshall, Bronte Pickett, Helena Pisani Coach: Trevor Cibich, Manager: Kate Harrison

Mens Division 6 Premiership Team: Rick Holliday (Captain), Mark Ashmore, Paul Beckmann, Scott Bevan, Tony Doudle, Bill Drewett, Dennis Laznicka, Wayne Lehman, Paul Littledyke, Rob McMahon, Steve Martin, Tony Matthews, Aaron Mossop, Jeff Wait

Under 15 Girls Premiership Team:Bianca Greenshield (Captain), Lucy Cogan (Vice-Captain), Samantha Demarco, Caitlin Fidock, Patrice Johnson, Ellen Kettridge, Hayley Kohn, Grace 0'Connell Kathleen 0'Connell, Kate Ramsey, Ashleigh Russell, Alex Smith, Jessica Thompson. Coach: Shannon Heffernan, Manager: Caroline Marshall

Awards

 

Team

Male

Female

 

Best Player

Team Award

Best Player

Team Award

Premier League

Evan Boland
Sean Pearce

Mark Victory

Tobi Cibich

Charmaine Collett

Jo Haynes

Premier League Reserve

Kris Schiller

Greg Beckmann

Dan Windsor

Kerry Dixon

Division 3

Peter Byrne

Brett Osborn

Nicole Nott

Narelle Rowell

Ashleigh Russell

Division 4

Andrew Robinson

Mark Ansell

 

 

Division 5

Adam Sotham

Michael Wishart

Carly Simms

 

Division 6

Paul Littledyke

Dennis Laznicka

Mark Ashmore

 

 

Veterans

David Harvey

Paul Littledyke

 

 

Under 18A

Scott Hughes

Greg Beckmann

Sarah Harrison

Aymee Hughes

Under 18B

Brian Vajda

Josh McElhinney

Leigh Roesler

 

 

Under 15

Leigh Roesler

Liam Alford

Daniel Furno

Bianca Greenshields

Hayley Kohn

Lucy Cogan

Under 13

Daniel Simounds

Lachlan Fitzpatrick

Angus Mugg

Amelia Bath

Lisa Frankcom

Under 11

Charmain Wilhelm

Michelle Bagster

Under 9

Cortney Lenton

Tom Collett

 

PERPETUAL CLUB TROPHIES

  • Arthur Weir Best Club Member: Brenton Lawrence
  • Allan Drever Club Championship: Premier League Women & Division 6 Men

Two additional categories have been created by the Management Committee and were implemented for this season. They are as follows.

  • Most Outstanding Coach: Trevor Cibich
  • Exceptional Playing Service: Bill Drewett (When applicable)

AUSTRALIA, STATE and OTHER REPRESENTATIVES MEN

 

 

Male

Female

Australia:

Craig Victory

 

Australia Country

Kris Schiller

 

Veterans: (Over 55)

Jeff Wait

 

AHL

Craig Victory
Evan Boland
Dale Stephen
Mark Victory

Bronte Pickett
Tobi Cibich
Karli Cibich
Rachel Militz
Sarah Harrison, Jessica Cibich
Coach - Trevor Cibich

Under 21

Dale Stephen

Jessica Cibich
Penny Redmond
Sarah Harrison
Helena Pisani

Under 18

Clayton Ramsay, Michael Lubcke

Sarah Harrison

Under 15:

Laura Simpson
Elle Cibich

 

Veterans

Jeff Wait
Paul Beckmann

 

_______________________________________________

2002

It is often said that success breed success and the events of this year indicate that thus philosophy can be applied to our club.

Since 1963, there have been onlly 3 seasons in which the club did not win at least one premierhsip flag. The total number of premierships one in all grades since its inception in 1934 is now 121.

The club nominated 18 teams for this year, consisting of 7 senior men, 4 senior women, 4 boys and 3 girls teams. Unfortunately one of the Under 13 Boys teams was withdrawn due to insufficient players.

The seasons results were very satisfying in that 7 premierships were won and another 6 teams played in their respective finals rounds with three of them being defeated in the grand final.

The most significant victories were gained by the Premier League Men, Premier League Women and Premier League Reserve Women. The senior finals day at the Pines proved to be one of the clubs great days wininng three of the four games played.

This was the fourth time that the club has achieved the Premier League Double since 1986 when senior womens teams beacame part of the Club after a lapse of 16 years. Before 2002 successful doubles were recorded in 1993, 1995 and 1998. Grange Royals are the only other club to achieve the double in 1999.

Rachel Militz was appointed to the SAHA Borad of Management as the clubs Player Representative.

The pergola adjacent to the clubroom has been renovated with new painted side panels and roofing. The latter thanks to Trevor Stockley.

What has been a regular and profitable event for 3 years now is the Annual Auction Night. Auctioneer Rob McMahon extracted $6,000 from a number of willing bargain hunters.

The SA Lacrosse Association used the ground every Wednesday night during the season.

Dennis Meredith was elected as a Life Member of the Australian Hockey Association. It is understood that Dennis is only the 3rd South Australian to receive this honour.

The most significant event was without doubt the commencement and progression of work to install the new playing surface. This is a major project for an amateur sport to attempt and the manner inwhich it has progressed is a credit to all involved.

The management committee:

President: Rick Holliday, Vice President: Rob McMahon, Secretary: Derek Hutchins, Treasurer: John Stephen, Committee: Trevor Stockley, Brenton Lawrence, Rebecca Moroney, Paul Finney, Jeff Wait, Anthony Haynes, Trevor Cibich.

Coaches

 

 Team  Male  Female
 Premier League  Anthony Haynes  Trevor Cibich
 Premier League Reserve  Gary Szkolic  Kerry Dixon
 Division 3    
 Division 4  Barry Thomas  Rebecca Moroney
 Division 5  Andrew Robinson  Shoana McManus
 Division 6  Jeff Wait  
 Under 17  Kris Schiller  
 Under 15  Guy Wightman  Grant Simpson
 Under 13  Andy Cowan  Narelle & Marie Rowell
 Under 11

Nick Francom

 Under 9

Chris Collett

 

Team Results

 

 Team  Male  Female
 Premier League  Premiers  Premiers
 Premier league Reserves  7  Premiers
 Division 3  6  
 Division 4  5  Premiers
 Division 5  Premiers  6
 Division 6  Premiers  
 Veteran  2  
 Under 18  3  
 Under 15  3  2
 Under 13  Premiers  2
 Under 11  3  
 Under 9  2  

 

Mens Premier league Team: Sean Pearce (Coach), Michael Bevan, Evan Boland, Troy Clohessy, Chris Collett, Paul Finnie, Mike Johnston, Nathan Kitto, Michael Lubke, Kris Schiller, Dale Stephen, Jarrod Tregenza, Mark Victory, Michael White, Aaron Yew. Coach - Anthony Haynes. Manager - Sam Clohessy.

Womens Premier League Team: Rachel Militz (Co-Captain), Jo Haynes (Co-Captain), Tobi Cibich, Jessica Cibich, Karli Cibich, Charmaine Collett, Margaret Cox, Robyn Hampton, Sarah Harrison, Katie James, Alice Kemble, Melissa Kenley, Carolyn Marshall, Bronte Pickett, Emma Voight. Coach - Trevor Cibich. Manager - Kate Harrison.

Womens Premier League Reserve Team: Genny Honner and Nicole Szkolik (Co-Captains), Rose Bartholomeusz, Mardi Brougham, Margaret Cox, Kerry Dixon (Coach), Ilona Flockhart, Jessica Harrison, Shannon Hefernan, Alice Kemble, Karen Line, Christina Picchiantini, Danielle Windsor.

Womens Division 4 Team: Nicole Nott and Kirsty Walters (co-Captains), Elle Cibich, Melissa Fenwick, Mahalia Frank, Shelly Harrison, Shannon Herfnan, Aimee Hughes, Rebecca Ma\oroney (Coach), Marie Rowell, Narelle Rowell, Ashliegh Russell, Carly Simms, Lana Simpson. Co-managers - Kevin Russell and Nicole Szkolic.

Mens Division 5 Team: Andrew Robinson (Captain Coach), Mark Ansell, Sam Burton, Glen Conboy, DamienDi Blasio, Mark Di Blasio, Derek Hutchins, Danny Lutrell, Darren Pettrey, Lincoln Rawlings, Mark Robinson, Ian Russell, Neil Sawtell.

Mens Division 6 Team: Jeff Wait (Captain Coach), Steven Bament, Bill Drewett, Rick Holliday, Simon Jones, Dennis Laznika, Luke Littledyke, Paul Littledyke, Darren Manser, Steven Martin, Tony Mathews, David Militz, Aaron Mossop, Tim Russell, Mathew Wishart, Michael Wishart.

Mens Under 13 Boys: (Combined Port and Woodville Teams) Joshua Judd, Steven Delli Quadri, Travis Flockhart, Miles Angus, Liam Alderman, James Schulte, Katelyn Schulte, Daniel Simounds, Lachlan Fistzpatrick, Shaun Brennan, Chris Roberts, Renee Portsch, Adrian Di Girolamo, Andrew Portsch, Dion Ventrice. Coach - Andrew Cowan.

Award Winners

 

 Team

 Male 

 Female 

   Best Player  Team Award  Best Player  Team Award
 Premier League

 Sean Pearce
 Mark Victory

 Sean Pearce  Tobi Cibich  Rachel Militz
 Premier League Reserve  David Slack  Scott Hughes  Rose Bartolomeusz  Alice Kemble 
 Division 3  Nick Francom  Ian Russell    
 Division 4  Robbie Duryea  Brenton Lawrence  Laura Simpson
 Kirsty Walters
 Nicolle Nott
 Division 5  Danny Luttrell  Sam Burton  Rebecca Grosser
 Amanda Pearman
 Aymee Hughes 
 Division 6  Paul Littledyke  Simon Jones    
 Veterans  Grant Simpson  Derek Hutchins    
 Under 18  Anthony Daelman  Karson Somerville    
 Under 15  Scott Hughes
 Danny Robertson
 Brian Vajda  Ilona Flockhart  Mahalia Frank
 Under 13  Daniel Simmons    Narm-Som Turner  Kate Ramsay
 Sally-Ann Gregson
 

Mixed

   
 Under 11  Blayne Handrickan  Morgan Fletcher    
 Under 9  Shae Karger  Alexander Knight    

 

Representative Players

 

 

   Male  Female
 Australia

 Craig Victory
 Dale Stephen (U18)

 
 NHL  Troy Clohessy
 Kris Schiller
 Dale Stephen
 Craig Victory
 Jessica Cibich
 Karli Cibich
 Tobi Cibich
 Katie James
 Rachel Militz
 Bronte Pickett
 Under 21  Dale Stephen  Jessica Cibich
 Karli Cibich (Captain)
 Katie James
 Under 18    Sarah Harrison
 Under 16  Dale Stephen
 Michael Lubke
 Ilona Flockhart
 Under 15  Scott Hughes
 Danny Robinson
 Mathew Simounds
 
 Under 13  Ian Russell  
 V eterans  Jeff Wait

_______________________________________________

2001

Team Results

 

 Team  Male  Female
 Premier League  3  Premiers
 Premier league Reserves  4  2
 Division 3    
 Division 4  5  8
 Division 5  2  
 Division 6  Premiers  
 Veteran  2  
 Under 17  3  3
 Under 15 A  4  
 Under 15 B    
 Under 13  7  Premiers
 Under 11    
 Under 9    

 

Womens Premier League Team: Jessica Cibich, Karli Cibich, Tobi Cibich, Maggie Cox, Robun Hampton, Sarah Harrison, Jo Haynes, Kate James, Mellisa Kanley, Caroline Marshall, Rachel Militz, Bronte Pickett, Christine Rowell, Coach - Trevor Cibich. Manager - Darrol Sobey. Physio - Kate Holland.

Mens Division Six Team:  Bill Drewett, Rick Holliday (Captain), Derek Hutchins, Brenton Lawrence, Dennis Laznicka, Paul Littledyke, Steve Martin, Alan Morrit, Aaron Mossop, Jeff Wait, Peter White, Michael Wightman, Mathew Wishart, Michael Wishart.

Under 13 Girls Team: Rachel Bament, Larua Bennets, Elle Cibich, Lucy Cogan, Haley Cohen, Samantha DeMarco, Renee Fanto, Mahalia Frank, Stephanie Johanavic, Patrice Johnston, Kate Ramsey, Carly Simms, Laura Simpson, Jessica Thompason, Narm Turner. Coach - Grant Simpson.

Coaches

 

 Team  Male  Female
 Premier League    
 Premier League Reserve    
 Division 3    
 Division 4    
 Division 5    
 Division 6    
 Under 17    
 Veteran    
 Under 15    
 Under 13    
 Under 11

 

 Under 9  

 

 

Award Winners

 

 Team

 Male 

 Female 

   Best Player  Team Award  Best Player  Team Award
 Premier League

 Michael Bevan

 Peter Simms  Tobi Cibich  Melissa Kenley
 Premier League Reserve  Tyson Yew  Jarrod Tregenza  Emma Voigt
 Kerry Dixon
 Shannon Heffernan  
 Division 3

-

-

 -

 -

 Division 4  Kiel Russell  Barry Thomas  Christine Picchianti  Marie Rowell
 Division 5  Andrew Robinson  Mark Robinson

 -

-

 Division 6  Brenton Lawrence  Mathew Wishart

 -

 -

 Veterans  Steven Harris  Rick Holliday

 -

 -

 Under 17  James Wishart  Tim Russell
 James McMahon
 Sarah Harrison  Christina Picchianti
 Carli Thompson
 Under 15  Scott Hughes  Kiel Russell
 Brent Simpson

-

-

 Under 13  Spencer Tate  Ben Lucas   Elle Cibich  Lucy Cogan
 

Mixed

   
 Under 11  Blayne Handrickan  Tayla Oates    
 Under 9  Tayla Simpson  Kieran Caldwell    

 

Representative Players

 

   Male  Female
 Australia

 

 
 NHL    
 Under 21    
 Under 18    
 Under 16    
 Under 15    
 Under 13    
 Veterans    

_______________________________________________

2000

A highlight of the year was Bronte Pickett winning the Best & Fairest Playing Medal for the Womens Premier League.

Evan Boland was runner up for the Mens Premier League.

Craig Victory was chosen for the Australian Team in the Sydney Olympics.

Team Results

 

 Team  Male  Female
 Premier League  4  3
 Premier league Reserves  5  2
 Division 3  9  
 Division 4    7
 Division 5  3  
 Division 6    
 Veteran  Premiers  
 Under 17A  6  
 Under 15 A  Premiers  Premiers
 Under 15 B  6  
 Under 13    3
 Under 13B  Premiers  
 Under 11    
 Under 9    

 

Veterans Team: ill Drewett, Nick Frankcom, Barry Haley, Bob Harvey, David Harvey (Coach), Rick Hlliday, Mike Johnson, Paul Littledyke, Malcolm Lockyer, Rob McMahon, Steve Martin, Grant Simpson, Darrol Sobey, Jeff Wait, Alison Cooper (Manager)

Under 15A Boys Team: Mark Anderson (Captain), Steven Bament, Robert Blythman, Iain Dean, Tim Dolan, Michael Hannay, Scott Hughes, Luke Littledyke, Micg=hael Lubke, Joshua McElhinney, Scott McMahon, Bronte Rathjen, Keil Russell, Peter Shepherd, Peter Stokoe, Jarrod Tregenza, Gary Szkolik (Coach)

Under 15 Girls: Abby Bennets, Mel Coulter, Iloan Flockhart, Mandy Holliday, Zoe King, Gabi Morris, Christina Picchianti, Rebecca Prentice, Jen Russell, Katia Satantovic, Carly Thompson, Emma Townsin, Elyse Williams, Kate Williams, DeAnne Gilbert (Coach)

Under 13 Boys: Kiel Russell (Captain), Travis Flokchart, Ilona Flockhart, Daniel Furno, Scott Hughes, Joshua McElhinney, James McMahon, Martin Poulson, Chris Roberts, Heath Silver, Mathew Steventon, Brian Vajda, Guy Wightman (Coach)

Coaches

 

 Team  Male  Female
 Premier League  Anthony Haynes  Trevor Cibich
 Premier League Reserve    
 Division 3    -
 Division 4    
 Division 5 -  -
 Division 6 -  -
 Veteran  David Harvey  -
 Under 17    
 Under 15  Gary Szkolik  De-Anne Gilbert
 Under 13  Guy Wightman  
 Under 11

 

Under 9 -

 

 

Team Awards

 

 Team

 Male 

 Female 

   Best Player  Team Award  Best Player  Team Award
 Premier League

 Chris Collett

 Chris Collett  Racehl Militz  Jo Haynes
 Premier League Reserve  Dion Tate  Ryan Turner  Karla Pickett
 Genny Honner
  Karen Line
 Division 3  Adrian Buckley  Clinton Duff

-

-

 Division 4

-

-

 Moia O'Neil  Fiona Prentice
 Division 5  Aaron Mossop  Barry Thomas

-

-

 Division 6

-

-

 -

 -

 Veterans  Darroll Sobey  Derek Hutchins

 -

 -

 Under 17  Ryan Turner  Michael Gogoll

 -

 -

 Under 15A  Jarrod Tregenza  Peter Shepherd
 Michael Lubcke
 Rebecca Prentice  Emma Townsin
 Under 15B  Steven Bament  Tim Russell

-

-

 Under 13  Joshua McElhinney   Daniel Furno
  Heath Silver
 Chantelle Cibich  Mahalia Frank
 

Mixed

   
 Under 11  Jessica Thompson  Kate Ramsey    
 Under 9

-

-

   

 

Representative Players

 

   Male  Female
 Australia

 Craig Victory
 Dale Stephen (Aust Schoolboys NZ)

 Jessica Cibich (Junior Cwth Games Scotland)
 NHL  Troy Clohesy
 Andrew Meredith
 Craig Victory
 Tobi Cibich
 Melissa Kenley
 Rachel Militz
 Bronte Pickett
 Trevor Cibich - Coach
 Under 21  Evan Boland
 Dale Stephen
 Michael White
 Aaron Yew
 Jessica Cibich
 De-Anne Gilbert
 Under 18  Dale Stephen  Aimee Chadwick
 Jessica Cibich
 Karli Cibich
 Under 17  Dale Stephen  -
 Under 16  -  Sarah Harrison
 Ilona Flockhart
 Under 15  Michael Lubcke
 Scott McMahon
 -
 Under 13  Scott Hughes
 Kiel Russell
 -
 Veterans  -  -

 

Awards

Arthur Weir Best Club Member - Wayne Pentice

Allan Drever Club Championship - Under 13 Boys

Life Membership - Jeffery Wait, Rick Holliday

Australian Sports Medal - Don Germain, Dennis Meredith, Don Prior

Messenger Newspapers Youth Sports Award - Jessica Cibich