Hi All,

 Further to the Hockey WA official announcement on the 17th March regarding the postponement of the start of the season to the 31st May 2020, Hockey WA has recommended that clubs adopt their position on the postponement of hockey related activities.

 Reds Hockey Club held an urgent special meeting on Tuesday evening the 17th March. Decisions have been based on access to information available to us at this time and what is best for our club members.

 The following was decided effective immediately:

  • Junior grading has been halted
  • Junior training that was due to commence next week has been suspended. A review will be conducted towards the end of the school holidays as further information becomes available
  • The Bar is to remain closed effective immediately as we exercise responsible management of crowds. Members will not be permitted to congregate socially at the club
  • Premier division training is to continue on Thursday 19th March however the following applies
    • Training is not compulsory
    • Attendance is restricted to 20 people per group – training sessions are being modified to accommodate
    • Hygiene practices are in place: hand washing, no use of club bibs, no attendance if unwell
  • Senior – all other grades training has been cancelled for Wednesday 18th March however can continue* on the 25th March but the following applies:
    • Training is not compulsory
    • Attendance is restricted to 20 people per group – training sessions are being modified to accommodate
    • Hygiene practices are in place: hand washing, no use of club bibs, no attendance if unwell
  • All scratch matches are cancelled until further notice


*This situation is changing rapidly, and we are monitoring the situation continuously. As soon as the situation changes you will be informed immediately.


Currently we cannot make any financial decisions until we know more around the 31st May. Rest assured we will do the right and fair thing by all members once we know what is in store for the future of the season.


 Kinds Regards,

 Greer Schlueter

President – Reds Hockey

17th March 2020: Reds Update – Coronavirus (COVID-19)



We would like to re-assure our Reds Hockey community that we are closely monitoring the updates regarding the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) from the Australian Federal and State Departments of Health, Hockey Australia, Hockey WA as well as other authorities associated with hockey and sports in Australia. We are conscious of the need to monitor any developments with COVID-19 and will act in accordance with the advice from the relevant authorities.


This advice is changing rapidly however at present there is no change to our hockey training and grading programs, except for self-exclusion measures as recommended below.


Reds Hockey will provide additional information to our members as it becomes available and to keeping our community updated on any disruptions to the delivery of regular programs or events, should they occur. The health and well-being of our participants is our highest priority, but it is important that people remain calm and act on the best health advice available.


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COVID-19 is transmitted from person to person, usually when an infected person coughs or sneezes. Transmission may occur from contaminated surfaces, so it is important to frequently wash your hands.


Any members who have been in contact with a person with confirmed COVID-19 must not attend any training, grading, games or events conducted by Reds Hockey or any affiliated entities until 14 days after exposure to the infected individual, providing they do not show Coronavirus symptoms.


If you have recently returned from overseas, please ensure that you self-isolate and exclude yourself from all Reds Hockey events for a period of 14 days in line with the Australian Government’s notice on mandatory self-isolation.




To protect yourself and others from infection practice good hand and respiratory hygiene including:
• cleaning hands with soap and water or alcohol-based hand rubs regularly;
• covering your nose and mouth with a tissue or flexed elbow when coughing or sneezing;
• to avoid additional contact we suggest teams don’t shake hands after games until the risk subsides;
• do not share water bottles or other items that require personal contact;
• do not share food containers between team members;
• avoiding contact with anyone who has symptoms such as fever, a cough, sore throat, fatigue, and shortness of breath;
• staying home if you are unwell – we recommend self-exclusion from training, games or spectating for any flu like symptoms

If you are feeling unwell, please see your doctor immediately. Before your appointment, please call ahead and advise of your symptoms and recent travel so necessary precautions can be undertaken.


Further information may be found here.


We will continue to provide information as it comes to hand.


Greer Schlueter

President – Reds Hockey

As a club, we’re quite a close knit family type. The friendliness really helps with our on-the-pitch performance. Being part of Reds is really fun, I just enjoy the whole atmosphere.

Zoe Hopkinson

We all get along, we are pretty good mates and a very social club. Reds also provide some great opportunities for those with the drive and passion to succeed. 

James Winning

Ready to play?

Contact our club now at info@reds.com.au for information on how to register and get started with Reds Hockey!


Reds Hockey began as The Old Aquinians Hockey Club, founded in 1932 by Phon Scott and his small band of helpers as a one-team club. Our foundations of inclusivity, fairness and suportiveness make our club what it is today.

Reds Hockey operates out of the Aquinas Club Rooms at 58 Mt Henry Road, Salter Point WA. Our Minkey program runs every year at our Trevor Gribble Reserve grounds in Willetton WA.

For more information, email info@reds.com.au

Location Addresses

Old Aquinians

Hockey Club

58 Mount Henry Road

Salter Point


Trevor Gribble Reserve

151 Parry Avenue

Bull Creek