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UBC vs York

Posted by Tri-City Eagles Field Hockey Club at Nov 2, 2017 8:32PM PDT

This weekend UBC Thunderbirds will be playing the York Lions in a best-of-three series at Wright Field for the 2017 USports National Championship.

Both teams have Tri-City Eagles Alumni on their squads and we wish both teams a great competition.

Games times are:
Friday, November 3 at 6:00
Saturday, November 4 at 5:00
Sunday, November 5 at 2:00 if there is a win for each team.

Tri-City Eagles congratulates our schools in School District #43 who have advanced to the Girls Field Hockey AAA Provincial Championships.

Representing the Fraser Valley Zone are:

  1. South Delta
  2. Heritage Woods
  3. Charles Best
  4. Centennial
All the best to our SD#43 teams!

The tournament is from November 15th to 17th at Tamanawis Park in Surrey.

Dates: Sept. 18 and 25, Oct. 9, 16, 23, Nov. 13 and 20.
Location: Mobilio Field at Town Centre
Time: 8:00 to 9:00pm

Here’s an opportunity to:
• Develop style of the player, which is fluid and graceful
• Develop game sense and decision making ability, during the run of play
• Develop skills to Recognize Patterns of play & recalling them
• Strategies and moves for 2 on 1 and 3 on 2
• Understand offensive and defensive Game Concepts
• Positional Play
• Tackling

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2017-18 Fall Women's Program

Posted by Cydney Smythies at Aug 8, 2017 1:07PM PDT

The Tri-City Eagles 2017-18 Fall Women’s Program will start practices the week of August 28th and league games begin the second weekend in September. Players have been assessed, placed on a team and received registration information.

If you are interested in playing with one of our TC teams or have any questions please email the club at info@tcfieldhockey.com

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Tri-City Eagles Summer Camp

Posted by Tri-City Eagles Field Hockey Club at Jul 24, 2017 2:37PM PDT

Shiv’s Coaching Academy and Tri-City Eagles Summer Field Hockey Camp

Cancelled due to low registration numbers.