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Magpie Update: June 1st 2012 Fixtures: Please note that these fixtures are subject to change. Visit Hockey Metro for the latest info. Friday June 1st @ Seacliff 6:30pm U15G Port vs Seacliff @ Port Adelaide 7:45pm U15B Port vs North East 9:00pm U18B Port vs North East @ The State Hockey Centre 9:00pm U18G Port vs Forestville (Away game- clash socks) Saturday June 2nd @ Port Adelaide 12:30pm M6M Port vs North East 2:00pm M2M Port vs Adelaide Uni 3:30pm M3M Port vs Adelaide Uni 5:00pm M4M Port vs Adelaide Uni Black 6:30pm M5M Port vs Adelaide Uni @ West Beach 3:30pm M2W Port vs Adelaide Uni (Away game- clash socks) 5:00pm M3W Port vs Adelaide Uni (Away game- clash socks) 6:30pm M4W Port vs Adelaide uni (Away game- clash socks) Join the Facebook event here

Premier League Round 12: Sunday June 3rd at Port PLW 2:00pm vs Burnside PLM 3:30pm vs Burnside

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Sunday June 3rd U9 Port White BYE U11 Port White BYE @ Seacliff 9:00am U11 Port Black vs Seacliff @Woodville 11:15am U13B vs Woodville @ Port Adelaide 9:00am U9 Port Black vs Seacliff Black 10:00am U13G Port vs Burnside 12:30pm M1M Port vs Burnside 2:00pm PLW Port vs Burnside 3:30pm PLM Port vs Burnside 5:00pm M1W Port vs Burnside Monday June 4th Masters W BYE @ West Beach 8:15pm Masters M Port vs Adelaide Uni

Magpie Update: June 1st 2012 Results Metro Results

Premier League Results Round 11:

U18B Adelaide 4 DEF Port 2 U18G Bye U15B Adelaide 4 DEF Port 0 U15G Burnside 3 DEF Port 1 U13B Adelaide 5 DEF Port 0 U13G Port 1 DREW with Grange 1 U11 Seacliff DEF Port White U11 Port Black DEF Adelaide Blue U9 Port White 3 DEF Port Black 2


PLM Port 6 DEF Adelaide 3 M1M Port 6 DEF Adelaide 2 PLW Port 3 DEF Adelaide 1 M1W Port 5 DEF Adelaide 1 M2M Port 3 DEF Forestville 0 M2W Port 4 DEF Forestville 2 M3M Port 5 DEF Forestville 2 M3W Port o DREW with Forestville 0 M4M Forestville 4 DEF Port 1 M4W Port 6 DEF Flinders Uni 1 M5M Port 0 DREW with Flinders Uni 0 M6M Port 12 DEF UniSA 1 Masters M Port 8 DEF Enfield 1 Masters W Port 6 DEF Blackwood 0 Photos can be viewed here

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Woodville 6 DEF Grange 4 Port 6 DEF Adelaide 3 Seacliff 5 DEF Burnside 3 Forestville 2 DEF North East 1 Ladder 1. Port 26 2. Forestille 24 3. North East 20* 4. Seacliff 18 *has had 2 bye rounds PLW Port 3 DEF Adelaide 1 Burnside 3 DEF Seacliff 1 Woodville 3 DEF Grange 2 North East 1 DREW with Forestville 1 Ladder 1. Burnside 27 2. Port Adelaide 25 3. Adelaide 19 4. Woodville 17* *has had 2 bye rounds

Magpie Update: June 1st 2012 Premier League Hockey Update by Paul Finnie Midweek fixtures continued this week, with a crucial battle in terms of the top four taking place between Seacliff, 5 points behind fourth placed Adelaide, and the Peas at the State Hockey Centre Tuesday night. Seacliff got off to a good start with in-form striker Dan Mitchell delivering perfect passes for Matt Baird to score twice, Adelaide clawing one back before the break through a wellconstructed corner conversion to Jake Stacy. Despite some free-flowing hockey in the second half the only score came from a penalty stroke conversion for Seacliff to close the points gap with a 3-1 win. In the other men’s fixture, Uni scored a much needed 3-1 win against Grange Royals, Brad Fitzgerald converting twice. Adelaide’s girls set up the weekend’s big clash with the Magpies with a 3-0 win over Seacliff, whilst Uni’s Freya Byrne was the only scorer in the clash between the students and struggling Grange Royals. In the weekend’s ladies fixtures, Port Adelaide established a 6 point gap in 2nd from Adelaide with their 3-1 win over the Peas, watched by a large crowd at their Ethelton home ground as part of a very successful “Black and White” day for life members and sponsors, Carly Simms, Leah Welstead and Courtney Rudd all getting on the board. Burnside’s 3-1 win against Seacliff saw them maintain a 2 point lead at the top of the ladder from Port, Alex Fraser, Tess Reynolds and Eloise Sobels scoring singles each in an even team effort. In a dour struggle at Golden Grove, North East and Forestville drew 1-1, while it took a penalty corner conversion after the final whistle to earn Woodville full points in a hard-fought match with the luckless Grange Royals side, Katie Pisani scoring twice for the ladies from Pennington to keep them 4 points clear in 4th place. The men’s side of things saw a goal feast in a busy round for goalies, John Gibson and David Francis double scores for Woodville seeing them to a 6-4 win over fellow strugglers Grange Royals to complete the mens/ladies double, Cameron White scoring twice also for the Sea Eagles. Dan Mitchell’s hat trick and continued good form was decisive in Seacliff’s 5-3 triumph over Burnside, which combined with other results saw them move into 4th place ahead of Adelaide. Port took on Adelaide looking to continue their unbeaten run in front of a vocal home crowd, with the return of Daniel Cox from a knee injury buoying the visitors. Port scored early but the Peas took advantage of some poor defending from the Magpies to lead 3-2 in the second half, and had the momentum, hitting the post. David Reid in goals for Port saved a vital penalty stroke however and this signified a change in fortunes, Port completely taking over, scoring and creating chances freely to come out on top 6-3, Tom Fitzgerald, Ev Boland and Reid being among the best on-field. Andrew Searle, Craig Victory and Fraser Bowden each knocked in two goals.

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Magpie Update: June 1st 2012 Sunday’s fixture between North East and Forestville at Golden Grove promised to be match of the round, and whilst both sides squandered chances at different points of the match, there was no doubting the competitive nature of the match, with several green and 3 yellow cards being issued in the second half for poor tackles. It looked like an Ian Wishart-less North East, suffering a matchending injury to Guy Bolton early, losing Will Telfer late to a hamstring strain and being reduced to nine men at one point, were going to weather the Forestville storm with the sides locked at 1-1. However, Forestville earnt a short corner at full time, and for the second time on the weekend a game was decided in this fashion, with Forestville converting from the short corner breakdown despite North East protestations of an offensive breach to score a rare win for visitors to Golden Grove over the last few years. Jamie Bahnisch was outstanding in the middle for the visitors, and Dalton Casey solid in defence for North East. The top of the table clash between Burnside and Port Adelaide (2pm Sunday at Port) is undoubtedly the match of the round in this coming week’s ladies fixtures, while clashes between Adelaide and North East, and Forestville versus Seacliff, take equal billing for the men’s fixtures. Forestville are hopeful also for the return of influential midfielder Joel Langley from injury for this clash.

Black and White Day 2012 A big thank you to all of those involved in making Black and White day a huge success in 2012. The junior committee did a fantastic job with the under 9s and we had many tasty contributions to the life members/sponsors afternoon tea by some our fantastic mum’s around the club.

Left: Dr Susan Close, Karen Abineri, Paul Anderson, Rick Holliday and Gary Johansen at the Afternoon Tea. Right: the Under 9 Black and white teams forming a guard of honour for the Premier League Men

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Magpie Update: June 1st 2012 From the Treasurer A friendly reminder that all fees are due in full by 30 June 2012. If you are paying your fees in 3 equal instalments, the second instalment is due by 31 May 2012. If you have made a payment arrangement with the Treasurer please ensure you continue to make these payments. Failure to adhere to your payment arrangement could mean you are ineligible to play.Payment can be made by EFT, credit card or cash. If Lib or Liza are not at the club, payment can be made at the bar.

OHS at the club At every PADHC committee meeting your committee members discuss occupational health safety and welfare. OHS is now a standing item on the monthly agenda so members are encouraged to raise ohs issues with committee members and they will be dealt with promptly. This year the club has introduced face masks for U18 through U11 during defensive penalty corners. Standing items for ohs include ohs for players, children, spectators and contractors. A safe club culture is a priority at the Port!

Hockey SA: TECHNICAL LEVEL 1 COURSE Get Involved. Become Accredited. Be Recognised. Interested persons are invited to attend a FREE TECHNICAL LEVEL 1 COURSE “The Judge� (be involved in running tournaments at both local and national level) Sunday July 1st 2012: 9am to 1pm State Hockey Stadium, Main North Rd Gepps Cross. PRESENTER: ROSIE STERN Hockey Australia together with its State and Territory Associations recognise that the quality of officiating has a significant influence upon players and their hockey experience, hence the recommendation for all Technical Officials to be accredited at an appropriate level. This course is a part of the pathway for technical accreditation: Level 1 - No pre-requisites

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Magpie Update: June 1st 2012 Level 2 - Level 1 Tech. Official – Technical Official experience in local competition Level 3 - Level 2 Tech. Official – Technical Official experience at National Championship Level (incl. Under age) TO REGISTER: EMAIL to by Wednesday 20th June 2012

University Games Uni students sought to compete in the UniSA team at this year’s University games to be held in Adelaide from 8-10th July 2012. More info available here This year we are hoping to field a much more competitive side and hopefully also a women's team. If you are interested in playing to please contact Ben Willson

Fundraising This year Port Adelaide District Club are selling Entertainment Books. The books are ONLY $65 and contain a variety of great offers for restaurants, attractions and accommodation throughout SA. You will only need to use the book two or three times before 1 June 2013 to have recouped your $65 back, after that you are just SAVING dollars on things you would usually do anyway! If you want to look through the 2012/2013 book click here This year you can pay for your book online via credit card. Just print out your receipt and present it at the bar to receive your book. This also makes it really easy for you to share the link with your friends and family and raise money for the club. $13 from the sale of every book goes back to the club. The PADHC payment page link is If you would prefer to pay cash books are available at the bar. Please email or speak to a committee member if you need any assistance.

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Magpie Update: June 1st 2012

Social Events in 2012 PADHC Olympics (PL/M1W)- 30th Jun Casual Six return to PADHC- 7th July (M2-M4W) Wine tasting night 14th July (M2-M6M) Juniors Quiz night- 28th July Theme night (PL/M1M)- 18th August 2012

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Newsletter Contributions If you have any news or would like to suggest an article for the magpie update please contact Crystal Beckmann

PADHC is going smoke free in 2012!

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Magpie Update June 2st 2012- revised  

Magpie Update June 2st 2012- revised due to change in date of the HSA course

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