1932 The Old Aquinians Hockey Club founded in 1932 by Phon Scott and his small band of helpers as a one-team club. They won the B Grade Challenge Cup and in the Grand Final. OAHC 2 def Hale School Old Boys 1 Goal Scorers, Guth Ardagh and Tom Lalor. Played at Royal Showground Claremont and coached by. Alec Hall. This was followed by a Victory Dinner at Lalor’s Perth Hotel (cnr Murray & Barrack Streets Perth) on 1/10/32
1933 Tom Lalor was the first Club Member to represent the State
1936 Promoted to the A1 Grade competition for the first time
1946 Played in its first A1 Grade final. Lost 4 – 5 to Cricketers by a penalty bully in extra time.
47-48 Bergin St John Kennedy President of WAHA & AHA 1947
1948 Peter Kennedy represented Australia in 1948 – Tour to NZ.
52-60 Guth Ardagh was President WAHA & AHA 1952
1956 Hockey made its debut in the Melbourne Olympic Games. Guth Ardagh was appointed as team manager.
1959 Life membership of WAHA – Guth Ardagh
Hockey became an official PSA sport
Rev Bro WG Hall opened the new hockey fields
1961 Introduction of Indoor Hockey at the Showgrounds by OAHC
63-66 Rebuilding of the club and re entry into A1 grade
1964 Naming of the “Kennedy Oval” as a mark of appreciation for what the Kennedy family has meant to the College and for hockey in particular – Sunday April 19th
1966 Introduction of the Guth Ardagh Pennant
1967 Introduction of junior hockey for OAHC by Ian Bell – 5 teams and 8 pennants
1968 Walk a thon to raise funds for the building of the Hockey Clubrooms & Rowing Boathouse – Sunday July 28th
1970 Opening of the Hockey Club Rooms by Rev Bro Leo Hassam
1972 40th Anniversary Dinner at the Clubrooms – Friday October 6th
1974 1st A1 Grade Premiership, Guth Ardagh & Challenge Cup pennants Captain /Coach Richard Aggiss
1976 David Bell Montreal Olympic Games Silver Medal.
1977 Club Sponsorship Commenced (First in WA)
1979 Won the inaugural Kyle Rutter Trophy for junior teams.
1981 2nd A1 Grade Premiership, Captain /Coach David Bell
1982 50th Anniversary Dinner – Sheraton Hotel Thursday July 15th
1983 1st Club Overseas tour to South East Asia.
1984 David Bell Los Angeles Olympic Games.
1985 Opening the Clubroom Extensions 21/4 by Rev Bro Tony Dally
1986 David Bell Wins his fourth Olympians Medal
1986 Win the World Cup. David Bell(C) & Coach Richard Aggiss.
1988 Richard Aggiss coach of the Men Seoul Olympic Games
1992 60th Anniversary Dinner – Quality Langley Hotel
1993 Naming of the Clubrooms – The Mike Kinsella Clubrooms – Sunday 7th March
1994 3rd A1 Premiership Nigel Patmore (Coach) Duncan Cameron (C)
1999 Finalisation of Loan on Clubroom Extensions
2000 OAHC first Women’s hockey team started
2002 Women’s hockey increased to 3 teams with the top team, State League 6 winning Challenge Cup, May Campbell and Premiership pennants and promoted.
2004 David Bell coach of the Women Athens Olympics
2007 75th Anniversary Dinner – Novotel Langley
2008 Olympic games Beijing – Des Abbott
2009 Opening of the New Turf May 2009 by Rev Bro Pat Kelly
2010 Alliance between OAHC and Willetton Hockey Club
2012 Olympic games London – Joel Carroll, Ashleigh Nelson, Teneal Attard, Kate Jenner
2012 80th Anniversary Dinner – Aquinas College
2013 Aran Zalewski wins Olympians Medal
2016 Peter Willett played 900 games—Most capped player at OAHC
Club wins Byrne Judge Award for best performing Senior Hockey Club
2018 4th A1 Premiership – Ian Smyth(Player/Coach) & Adrian Lockley (c)
Ian Smyth wins the Olympians Medal