Welcome to Somerville Hockey Club

Somerville Hockey Club was founded by Mr Lesley Howard Norton in 1915 and became an Incorporated Society in 1972. Today the Club has in excess of 600 members - 45 teams of men, women, boys and girls, playing across all grades in the AHA competition. Our homebase is located at Auckland Grammar School turf in Mt Eden, on the Auckland city fringe with an international class water turf. Our premier mens and womens teams feature 12 current and past Blacksticks.

Welcome to the Winter 2020 Season

To view the Premier/Reserve "Final Trial" Lists please scroll/click on the Senior Hockey page on our website.

 

To register or trial for the winter season, select the relevant link.

Senior registration is Now Open for 2020 season

Men's Registration

Women's Registration

Youth and Junior registration is NOW Open for 2020 season

Youth Registration

Junior Registration - Returning Members

Junior Registration - New Members

Junior Hockey Pre-Season Clinics starting February to register now CLICK HERE

 

 

PREMIER COACH APPOINTMENTS 2020

Somerville HC is pleased to announce its Premier Coaches for 2020 !!!!

  • Jason Butcher is welcomed to the club as Premier Womens Coach 

  • Liam Koorey is welcomed to the club as Premier Men's Coach.

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Premier and Premier Reserve Selectors in action on Sunday. Joel Clarke, Simon Towns, Liam Koorey, Mark Pooley.

Premier and Premier Reserve players assemble for 2020 season trials.

Inter-City Champions 2019 !!!!

Somerville defeated Roskill Eden 1-0 to make it back to back Inter-City titles for the "ville girls". Full Match Report 

Dwayne Rowsell - Blackstick Squad 2020

Somerville star defender Dwayne Rowsell received an early present to celebrate this Christmas with his reselection to the Blackstick National squad for 2020.

The star defenders recent club form and outstanding performance at the National Hockey League did not go unnoticed. Auckland finished runners up with Dwayne contributing a major part to that success.  He is certain to be pushing strongly for a place in Tokyo in 2020.

Dwayne’s hockey had taken a recent break as his new fitness industry business venture, Studio Box in Newmarket, was opened earlier in the year. His workload around this time meant Dwayne was unavailable for the first 3 matches of the club season. However, his return to the Somerville Premier team coincided with immediate results as the star defender and drag-flicker quickly regained his form under the watchful eyes of coaches Barry Middleton, Simon Towns and fellow team mate and midfield international legend Ryan Archibald.

His passion for the game has never diminished and he now joins incumbent Blackstick Jacob Smith as the two current NZ men's representatives from the club. This takes the total count of current Somerville HC and NZ representatives to a staggering 10 players. The full list is:

  • Samantha Charlton
  • Rose Keddell
  • Grace OHanlon
  • Amy Robinson
  • Julia King
  • Frances Davies
  • Tarryn Davy
  • Liz Thompson
  • Dwayne Rowsell
  • Jacob Smith

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Club Calendar 2020

Somerville Blackstick Jake Smith in action against Korea, the Blacksticks are Tokyo bound wrapping up their qualification series with 2 wins.

Somerville Blackstick Julia King with BS Captain Stacey Michelson celebrating Olympic Qualification with a win over Australia at the recent Oceania Cup.

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With special mention to Planet Hockey for the use of their photographs