News and Announcements
The Vancouver International Tournament (VIT), hosted in Burnaby, is taking place this May long weekend (May 19-21, 2012).
A women’s competitive 1 division team is on the search for a few more bodies. If you are interested in playing, please contact Cara Jay (email@example.com) as soon as possible!
The tournament is an open tournament and a lot of fun! It’s an opportunity to face competition from the mainland and get a good number of games in a short period of time! It is one of the few tournaments available in the VILFHA off-season!
Tournament Information available at:
The VILFHA season wrap-up social that was booked for this upcoming Sunday, April 29th, has been cancelled due to low numbers. Sorry for any inconvenience to those that did confirm. I would really appreciate feedback as to why this didn’t attract more of a response, as I’m continuing on as social director next season. Please message me directly with any suggestions/comments, which will be kept confidential, as to how to improve our VILFHA ‘social’ life. Have a great summer and see you on the turf!
Reminder that the VILFHA season wrap-up social is coming up! April 29th, 1-3pm at the VIP Room at Langford Lanes 1097 Langford Parkway. $25 per head, includes bowling and shoes.
Email Arlene Baker at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your spot.
Numbers are needed to be confirmed by this Saturday, April 21st.
Look forward to seeing you there!
Spring Drop-in Field Hockey
In continuation of the Winter Drop-in league, the time slots on thursday nights are still available and will continue to run an open drop-in co-ed game night.
When: Thursdays (8-9 pm)
What:* Co-ed 7-aside drop in (11-aside or 7-aside based on numbers)
Who: All are welcome (recommended +14 years of age)
If you need more information please contact Cara jay (email@example.com)
Otherwise, just show up!
VICTORIA, B.C. – At the annual Vancouver Island Ladies Field Hockey general meeting, on Apr. 16, the major award winners, division winners, playoff winners and all-star teams were announced. First division defender and member of the Rebels Patriots team, Heather Wheatley, was named the most outstanding player of the season. From the Cowichan Cardinals, Under-17 national team member Claire Seeliger was named the top junior player. First division captains and executive members Rebecca Courtemarche, of the Patriots and Ali Lee, of the Mariners, were named the Christine Trophy winners for all-around sportsmanship, ability and service to the league.
The Hibbert Trophy – Most Outstanding Player
Awarded to the most outstanding player in the association. Players in any division are eligible for this award. The Hibbert family, of Victoria, donated this trophy. Nita Hibbert played in the association and was the league’s social director.
2011-12 Winner: Heather Wheatley (Patriots)
The Foley Shield – Most Improved Umpire
Awarded to the most improved umpire in the association.
2011-12 Winner: Chris Davis
The Christine Trophy – Ability, Sportsmanship and Service
Awarded to a member of the association who best combines sportsmanship, ability and service to VILFHA. Joy Speight donated the trophy, which was named for after her daughter.
2011-12 Winners: Rebecca Courtemarche (Patriots) & Ali Lee (Mariners)
The Trelawney Shield – Most Outstanding Under 18 Player
Presented to a young player (18 and under) who best combines ability, leadership and sportsmanship. Ruth Trelawney, who was a member of VILFHA and the Canadian national team that competed in Jamaica in 1968, donated this shield.
2011-12 Winner: Claire Seeliger (Cowichan Cardinals)
These awards are given out annually to the most sportsmanship team in each division (1, 2 and 3). Each team votes for a team in their division they felt was the most sportsmanlike.
2011-12 Division 1 Winner: Patriots
2011-12 Division 2 Winner: Blue Jays
2011-12 Division 3 Winner: Lynx 3
DIVISION MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS
These awards are given out annually to the player that is voted most outstanding within the division they are registered in. This player will impact the league through leadership, ability or service to their team.
2011-12 Division 1 MVP: Ali Lee (Mariners)
2011-12 Division 2 MVP: Sandy Grimwood (Blue Jays)
2011-12 Division 3 MVP: Erica Kjekstad (Pirates)
Division 1: Mariners
Division 2: Sailors
Division 3: Stellers
Division 1: Mariners
Division 2: Sailors
Division 3: Kestrels
DIVISION ALL-STAR TEAMS
These awards are given out annually to the players that are voted most outstanding within the division they are registered in.
1. Heather Wheatley, Patriots
2. Cara Jay, Patriots
3. Jenny Swaile, Patriots
4. Ali Lee, Mariners
5. Perri Espeseth, Mariners
6. Kira Graham, Mariners
7. Annie Walters-Shumka, Lynx 1
8. Elspeth McGillivray, Lynx 1
9. Gillian Kirkpatrick, Lynx 1
1. Kelsey Havens, Sailors
2. Alison Fraser, Cardinals
3. Alexis de Armond , Lynx 2
4. Ashley Milburn, Demons
5. Chelsea Cleemof, Swifts
6. Kate Egen, Blue Jays
7. Claire Seeliger, Cardinals
8. Sara Brant, Sailors
9. Kira Starr, Sailors
10. Kristina Walters-Shumka, Lynx 2
11. Sandy Grimwood, Blue Jays
1. Theresa Kennedy, Devils
2. Sue Fraser, Stellers
3. Erica Kjekstad, Pirates
4. Dana Dickinson, Ravens
5. Michelle Legassicke, Renegades
6. Britt Ratzburg, Kestrels
7. Ana Adams, Lynx 3
8. Kristie Sykes, Stellers
9. Alice Lam, Devils
10. Lisa Grambart, Pirates
11. Lisa Blair, Ravens