Essendon Ladies Hockey Club
Welcome to the Essendon Ladies Hockey Club Website!
We will keep this site up-to-date throughout the season, with fixtures, results, photos, and much more! So if you haven't quite got the hang of the social media sites yet, be sure to check back here regularly!!
The senior team sheets are posted each week in the Members Only section, you can log into it using the user name and password which was provided to you when you registered.
You may find some details are currently missing from the site and we are working on updating these. If you have any information, photos etc from prior years that you think would be suitable for the site, please get in touch with a committee member.
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Club Training - 2014 Season
Both Juniors and Seniors will train on Tuesday nights. No longer will the club be split between Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
More information about training sessions soon
Venue: The clubs grounds at Fenton St in Ascot Vale.
Tuesday/ Thursday training times (TBC):
Training for the Premier League teams: Tuesday 6.30-8.30pm
Essendon Ladies Hockey Club stands up for fairness and equality
“The Fair go, Sport! project is very important and will allow clubs across Victoria to evaluate their practices and see what they can be doing to make hockey a more welcoming and inclusive sport for the gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, transgender and intersex community” says ELHC President Leanne Chappell.
Acting Commissioner Karen Toohey said it was fantastic to see so many clubs getting behind Fair go, Sport! and sending a strong message that there is no place for homophobia in sport.
Fair go, Sport! is an initiative of the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission in partnership with Hockey Victoria, with support from VicHealth, and Sport and Recreation Victoria. For more information, please visit humanrightscommission.vic.gov.au/fairgosport.
If you haven’t seen The Gus Johnston’ video it is worthwhile viewing.
Visit Human Rights Commission- Fair go, Sport to find out more!