Welcome to the Alice Springs Hockey Association


Hockey has been played in Alice Springs since the 1950's and women were the first to take up the challenge of a sport that Australia has dominated in the world arena. The game progressed with the change of playing fields, a sand based turf came in 1988 then followed by a water based turf in 2002. The rules have changed to match the increasing pace of the physical aspect of the game. No longer is there an off side rule, the ball does not need to be stopped completely when taking a free hit and umpires are taught to play advantage. The aim is to keep the game flowing and make it interesting for spectators to watch. Hockey has enjoyed a high profile in the Olympics in particular with the success of the Women's Hockeyroos. We are very proud to have had four players play for Australia - Paige Walling,Phenya Clarke, Angela Schilling and more recently Donna- Lee Patrick. But it's not all about achieving at such a level it is about having fun and participating as part of a team. So if you haven't played for years or simply want to have a go we would love to hear from you!



Special General Meeting

Friday 16th September 2016

Meeting Starts at 9.15pm

Alice Springs Hockey Center Traeger Aveneue

All members are encouraged to attend

Special resolution
It is proposed that Alice Springs Hokey Association wind up effective 31st December 2016
and that all Hockey related matters in Alice Springs to be conducted under the Governance of Hockey NT



2016 Online Registration

Sign up to our email newsletter




2016 AGM

 @ ASHA Clubhouse

Executive Committee Nomination Form

Sub-Committee Nomination Form



Men's and Women's Competitions

Saturdays 1.30pm, 3pm, 4.30pm, 6pm

Mixed Senior Social Games

Wednesday 7-8.30 pm

Hook n2 Hockey 4 to 10 year olds

Saturday's 12 - 1 pm

U13 to U18 Junior Competiton

Wednesday's 5.30 till 7 pm



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