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Boys Wolves

Wolves is a High Performance and Skills Development program to improve the quality of boys field hockey on the North Shore. The Winter Wolves program is led by current Men's National Team coaches who provide a role model for athletes and ensure that players are exposed to current international playing trends and styles.

All training sessions are based on the Men's National Team core concepts and principles. These sessions will give players the skills and techniques to excel in Spring league, Men's league and FHBC Provincial programs, as well as an ideal opportunity to be identified into the Junior National program.

Training sessions will have a greater focus on tactical and technical elements. Selected Wolves players will tour to the Cal Cup Tournament and also play games versus local and international teams.

Wolves Winter Program

Dates: Jan 9 - Feb 27, 2019

Times:  Wednesdays, 6.00 - 7.30pm

Ages:  Grade 6 - 12

Location:  Rutledge Field

Cost:  $240


Wolves Touring

In the past we have taken a U16 boys team down to Cal Cup in Moorpark, California. The boys have made the final in both years winning silver (2014) and gold (2015). These medals were won competing against the two USA High Performance centres as well as a Provincial Mexican team. An amazing achievement!

Players need to attend at least one Wolves session (Fall and/or Winter) to be eligible for Cal Cup selection.


Calling all Wolves and High Performance boys!

For boys participating in our regular Wolves or High Performance Programs, the Men's Division would like to invite you to join the Men's League at a special discounted rate.  Players over the age of 14 are eligible to play Men's League. 

If you participate in the Wolves or High Performance programs and would like to play in Men's League, the discounted rate is $125 for the season. Wolves players must attend at least 1 of the 2 Men's training sessions each week (Mon & Wed nights). 


Athlete Development Stages

We ensure that all activities are appropriate for our players' age and stage of Long-Term Athlete Development.  For more information on LTAD and what it means, click here.

LEARN TO TRAIN (9-12 year

Learn to Train stage of Long-Term Athlete Development:

  • learning fundamental movement skills and sport skills
  • developing core field hockey skills
  • learning the rules and ethics of sport

Train to Train (13-17 years)

Train to Train stage of Long-Term Athlete Development:

  • building an aerobic base and developing speed and strength
  • futher developing and consolidating field hockey skills
  • focusing on continuous improvement, playing fair and sportsmanship

Train to Compete (18+ years)

Train to Compete stage of Long-Term Athlete Development:

  • developing young adults as athletes
  • optimising fitness preparation and consolidating field hockey skills
  • focusing on continuous improvement, playing fair and sportsmanship