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Magpie Update: August 17th 2012 Fixtures: Friday August 17th @ Port 6:30pm U15B Port vs Adelaide 7:45pm U18G Port vs Seacliff

Sunday August 19th @ Adelaide 9:00am U9 Port black vs Adelaide White 9:00am U9 Port white vs Adelaide red 11:15am U13B Port vs Adelaide

9:00pm U18B Port vs Adelaide @ State Hockey Stadium 7:45pm U15G Port vs Burnside (Sock clash) Saturday 18 August @ Port

@ Port 10:00am U11 Port black vs Adelaide white 11:15am U11 Port white vs Adelaide red 12:30pm M4W Port vs Annesley 2:00pm M2W Port vs Annesley 3:30pm M4M Port vs Woodville 5:00pm M2M Port vs Woodville

12:30pm M1W Port vs Annesley 2:00pm PLW Port vs Forestville

@ North East

3:30pm PLM Port vs Forestville

11:15am U13G Port vs North East

5:00pm M1M Port vs Forestville @ State hockey stadium @ Seacliff

12:30pm M6M Port vs Westminster

12:30pm M5M Port vs Adelaide Hills 2:00pm M3M Port vs Adelaide Hills

Monday 20th August

3:30pm M3W Port vs Adelaide Hills @ Port Adelaide 6:40pm Masters M Port vs Enfield BYE Masters W

PREMIER LEAGUE HOME DAY Saturday 18th August @ Port 2:00pm PLW Port vs Forestville 3:30pm PLM Port vs Forestville

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Magpie Update: August 17th 2012 This Saturday August 18th: Home day at PADHC

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Magpie Update: August 17th 2012 Results August 10-15th PLM Port 7 DEF Woodville 3 PLW Port 2 DEF Woodville 0 M1M Port 8 DEF Woodvile 3 M1W Port 3 DEF Woodville 1 M2M Port 2 DEF Adelaide Uni 1 M2W Adelaide Uni 3 DEF Port 0 M3M Port 7 DEF Adelaide Uni 4 M3W Port 2 DEF Adelaide Uni 1 M4M Adelaide Uni Black 3 DEF Port 2 M4W Port 5 DEF Adelaide Uni 0 M5M Adelaide Uni 3 DEF Port 1 M6M Port 5 DEF Adelaide Uni 3 Masters M Port 4 DEF Grange 0 Masters W Port 5 DEF Blackwood 0

PLM Port 5 DEF Adelaide Uni 1 North East 5 DEF Grange 1 North East 3 DEF Adelaide Uni 2 Port 7 DEF Woodville 3 Burnside 3 DEF Forestville 2 Grange 2 DREW with Seacliff 2

U18B Port 2 DEF Woodville 0 U18G Port 1 DREW with Adelaide 1 U15B TBC- result not entered U15G Port 3 DEF Grange 0 U13B TBC- result not entered U13G Port 1 DEF Seacliff 0 U11 Burnside blue 4 DEF Port Black 0 U11 Port White DEF Adelaide White U9 Adelaide White DEF Port White U9 Port Black 2 DEF Burnside 1

PLW Port 3 DEF Adelaide Uni 1 North East 4 DEF Grange 0 Adelaide Uni 2 DEF North East 1 Port 2 DEF Woodville 0 Burnside 8 DEF Forestville 0 Grange 3 DEF Seacliff 0

Ladder update PLW 1st, PLM 1st M1M 2nd, M1W 1st M2M 2nd, M2W 6th M3M 1st, M3W 6th M4M 7th , M4W 6th M5M 6th , M6M 1st Masters M 1st, Masters W 1st U18B 5th, U18G 1st U15B 5th, U15G 6th U13B 5th, U13G 2nd

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Ladder 1. Port 53 2. North East 48 3. Forestville 40* 4. Seacliff 36 *Played 20 games of a poss. 21

Ladder 1. Port 53* 2. Burnside 47* 3. Adelaide Uni 45 4. Adelaide 36** *Played 21 games of a poss. 22 **played 20 games of a poss. 22

Magpie Update: August 17th 2012 Premier League Review Eloise Sobels and Tess Reynolds both scored hat-tricks as the Burnside ladies dominated lowly Forestville 8-0 at the Pines on Saturday afternoon, whilst at Port Adelaide on Sunday, Grange Royal’s improved form continued with a 3-0 drubbing of the Seacliff Tigers girls. Port Adelaide’s ladies, missing several key strikers, scored a hard-fought 2-0 win at Woodville on Saturday afternoon, to clinch the McGrath-Phillips trophy resoundingly in favour of the Magpies, and make Woodville’s task of sneaking in the final four even more difficult. Uni’s girls consolidated 3rd with a solid 2-1 win over the Zuluettes at Uni on Saturday afternoon, in an attacking display of hockey. The Uni v North East men’s fixture was punctuated by a second half double yellow/red card to the Zulu’s Peter Nugent. AUHC were under strength with 4 regular players unavailable due to injury, the game was played at a high tempo throughout, both teams demonstrating good attacking hockey. Uni went 1 goal up with a well taken short corner, the Zulu’s held their structure extremely well even though 1 short and scored the next 2 goals, AUHC had an opportunity to score with short corner at full time but the shot was just wide, North East deserving of a good hard fought win 3-2. Most would have predicted a one-sided affair at Woodville between the Magpies and the home side, given their positions on the ladder, but Woodville were in the fixture for most of the match before a few late goals by Port saw the score blow out to 7-3, Beau Aliskauskas and Harry Johns playing well for the visitors, while the Woodville custodian also withstood many shots. Cameron Joyce also notched a hat trick. The open nature of the competition was again on-show in Burnside’s 3-2 win against 3rd placed Forestville, denting their hopes of a top two finish. Grange Royals men again showed signs of their potential in their fast-paced 2-2 draw with Seacliff at Port Adelaide on Sunday, which keeps the race for fourth open between the Tigers and the Peas (bye). Grange scored early through a penalty stroke, Seacliff equalising soon after through a defensive mix-up by the young Sea Eagles defence. The rest of the match saw both sides have their chances, Grange having an awarded penalty stroke downgraded to a penalty corner once the umpires consulted. The last 5 minutes saw some frenetic action at both ends, with Seacliff scoring an outstanding field goal (deflection) from a break-away to seemingly have snatched the win, but the game had one last drama, as Grange earnt a last-minute penalty stroke, Daniel Pena converting his second stroke of the day to share the points at 2-2. Next Wednesday sees Adelaide and Forestville clash in a crucial men’s fixture. This Sunday at Adelaide also sees the Peas take on the Seacliff Tigers in a pivotal clash for the final finals spot. Paul Finnie

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Magpie Update: August 17th 2012 TARGETED AREA CLINIC Hockey SA wishes to invite all interested players to attend the August TAC focusing on Goal Scoring Skills Friday 17th August, 2012 State Hockey Centre, Main North Road, Gepps Cross 4.45pm – 5.45pm Athletes are asked to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of the session and will require only their Hockey Equipment and a drink bottle. Cost: $10 per session (cash payment only on night of training). Players will receive technical coaching from current and former elite players focusing on goal scoring skills. Players are asked to confirm their attendance by email to

U12 SAPSASA SAPSASA Australian 12 and Under Hockey Championships were held at Port Adelaide last week in conjunction with The Pines. There were lots of hungry mouths to feed over the three and a half days and our club did a roaring trade in the canteen. I would like to thank all the volunteers who gave up their time to come and help in the canteen. Without the help of Ilona Flockhart, Lewis Hart, Mary-Ann Higgins, Lisa Kitto, Chris Abineri, Liza Manskey & Lib Robbins we would not have been able to provide such good service and excellent food to those attending the championships. Thanks also to Ian Haley who looked after the umpires at our ground and did a lot of work in maintaining the ground during the championship. Well done to Kloe Schiller and Georgia London (pictured right) who competed in the tournament. Sue Kitto.

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Magpie Update: August 17th 2012 Under 16 School girls and Boys update Boys: SA 7 DEF ACT 3 with 4 goals to Sam Thomas! VIC 6 DEF SA 1 NSW 8 DEF SA 0 Girls: SA 6 DEF ACT 0 SA 5 DEF Vic 3 NSW 7 DEF SA 1 SA 2 DEF WA 1 with goals to Leah Welstead and Courtney Rudd Results updated daily here

PADHC Facility Upgrade

The concept plan for the PADHC facility upgrade has now been completed, big thanks to Sarah Stephen for her help. Here is a sneak peak of the plans which can also be viewed at the clubrooms. A huge fundraising drive will be required to help get this project running so WATCH THIS SPACE..!

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Magpie Update: August 17th 2012 .

Olympics update

Thanks to DAVE KIRNER for organising the Foxtel Installation & opening the club throughout the Olympics!

Kookaburras claim bronze Hockeyroos secure 5th place

PADHC’S connection with men’s hockey Olympic Gold Medal achievement Whilst everyone would be disappointed with the result of the Kookaburras with a bronze medal in London, the Port Adelaide Hockey Club were represented in the Olympic final by former elite club player Andrew Meredith. Andrew, who has been based in Europe as a player and coach since 1997, has been the Assistant Coach of the men’s German National team since November 2004. During this time his trophy cabinet includes 2 Olympic Gold Medals (Beijing, 2008 and London 2012), 1 World Cup Gold Medal (Monchengladbach, 2006), 1 European Championship Gold Medal (Monchengladbach, 2011), 1 Champions Trophy Gold Medal (Kuala Lumpur, 2007), as well as 4 Silver Medals (FIH and European tournaments), and 1 Bronze Medal (European Championship). In his time in Europe he has played club hockey in Scotland, Netherlands and Germany. With his premature retirement from playing due to a knee injury, he switched to coaching and has coached at 2 clubs both in Netherlands (Stichtsche and HGC) and Germany (Gladbacher and Der Club an der Alster). He plans to return to club coaching in Germany this year in Hamburg. In addition he has been involved as a High Performance Consultant with South Africa (men’s and women’s nationals teams), Belgium (senior and U21 national teams), Singapore (men – Asian Games and Youth Olympic Games), other German teams (National senior women, men’s U21 and U18 teams). He is an FIH High Performance Coach Grade I and is part of the FIH World Coach Development Program Seminar Conductor and Lecturer. He was an FIH Coaching Ambassador for ‘International Year of the Youth’ program. Andrew continues to follow the fortunes of the Club on a weekly basis during the season and is in regular contact with old club mates. Dennis Meredith Next big hockey event: men’s Champions trophy in Melbourne 1-9th December. Click here for details

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Magpie Update: August 17th 2012 Dates and events in 2012    

18th August: Theme night PL/M1 Men MEXICAN FIESTA 8th September: Magpie Medal count 21st September: Junior Presentation Night 28th September: Annual Dinner: @ the Semaphore Palais Ballroom

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