Gladstone & District Hockey Association

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HQ Events Calendar


CLICK HERE for 2017 Events Calendar

CLICK HERE for 2018 Events Calendar






Hockey Queensland are calling for nominations for Technical and Umpiring officials for all 2017 HQ tournaments. 

Positions available for nomination: 

Technical Official: Tournament Director, Technical Manager, Technical Officer/Judge 

Umpire Official:    Umpire Manager, Umpire Coach, Umpire (Super League only)





Super League

Sat 29 Apr - Mon 1 - May 2017


U18 Men

Sun 25 Jun - Tue 27 Jun 2017


U18 Women

Sun 25 Jun - Tue 27 Jun 2017

Tweed Border

U13 Boys

Sat 1 Jul - Tue 4 Jul 2017


U13 Girls

Sat 1 Jul - Tue 4 Jul 2017


Women’s Masters

Fri 21 Jul - Sun 23 Jul 2017


U15 Boys

Sat 16 Sept - Tue 19 Sept 2017


U15 Girls

Sat 16 Sept - Tue 19 Sept 2017


QLD Festival of Hockey

Sat 30 Sept – Mon 2 Oct 2017

Gold Coast 

 In addition to the above State Tournaments, Hockey Queensland are also calling for nominations for Technical Officers/Judges for the following Australian Championships:





Australian Country (M&W)

Fri 11 Aug - Sat 19 Aug 2017



 Nominations must be submitted online through the following link 

 Nominations for all positions close Monday 20 February 2017


 5 a-side and 7 a-side


Click on the following links to view videos on how 5 a-side and 7 a-side games are being played.




CLICK HERE for more information on Concussion in Sport. 






GHA Coaches Workshop

CLICK THE following links to obtain details of Coaches workshop presentations.  Coaches Workshop PresentationQLD Men Base Game, QLD Women Base Game,





Gladstone Regional Council's 'Alive and Kicking' Newsletters.

Youth Nomination Form - CLICK HERE


CLICK HERE to view February Newsletter 2017





 New segment – Junior Sports Team of the Month 

Each month an Under-6 through to Under-15 team will be identified and Channel 7 will attend one of their matches and do a full game report pack on the team, including match highlights and interviews. On top of that, the club will also receive $100 voucher from Sportscene to put towards purchasing new equipment.
All you have to do is nominate your team and tell Channel 7 in an email to  why your side should be Channel 7’s Team of the Month.
The competition is open to all sports and administrators.
Get in the Game - Get Started Vouchers
The next round (Round 9) of the Queensland Government’s Get Started Vouchers program is due to open on 25 January 2017

What is Get Started Vouchers?

Get Started Vouchers is an initiative to provide up to $150 to eligible children and young people, to help pay for sport or recreation club membership and/or participation fees through registered clubs.

 If the child/young person or their parent/carer/guardian holds a valid Health Care Card or Pensioner Concession Card, they can apply online as soon as the round opens. These children do not need to use the referral agent process.

Updates to the referral agent process

The department is changing the referral agent process to ensure that children and young people who can least afford the costs to participate are supported by Get Started Vouchers.  To ensure that the vouchers are going to those families most in need, a new referral agent process will be implemented from Round 9. 

The department now requires that eligible referral agents register with the department to be able to refer children and young people for a voucher.  Further details regarding referral agent criteria and eligibility requirements are on our website, along with fact sheets for parents and referral agents. Simply Google ‘Get Started Vouchers’ or go to the information here

A child/young person can be referred to the program by a registered referral agent if they have access to a Health Care Card/Pensioner Concession Card, where there are significant issues that prevent the parent/carer/guardian from applying.

These issues may include:

  • internet or computer access
  • computer illiteracy
  • Living in rural/remote areas with limited internet capability.

Further to this, referral agents may apply on behalf of a parent/carer/guardian where they are aware of the need for financial support to join their local sport or recreation club, and are assisting in their professional capacity.

For further information on the Get Started Vouchers program, please refer to the website -


If you have any specific questions about the program then please email the team at