News and Announcements

Would you like to have input on the changes happening at Minoru Park?

The City of Richmond invites the public to participate in the next steps for the future planning of Minoru Park. Vision plan options, activities for all ages and a survey will be available at a open house Saturday June 24 from 11am to 2pm at Minoru Park 7191 Granville Ave (north side of Clement Track).

Attend the drop-in style public open house to review information boards, talk with City Park Planners, participate in activities and complete the survey.

You can also visit www.LetsTalkRichmond.ca from Friday June 23 to Sunday July 16 to learn more about the process.

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The National Championships will be held in BC at Tamanawis Park in Surrey. Representing the Southeast Region are RFHC’s U15 players Brianna Azevedo (Team BC White Lions), Alison Marsh (U15 Team BC Rams) and Christina McDonald (Team Royal Lions) and RFHC’s U16 & U18 players Georgia Booker, Dakota Chan and Aishreet Sander (U18 Team BC Rams). For more information, please visit: http://fieldhockeybc.com

These talented field hockey players have been training since May. See them in action at the India Club Tournament this weekend June 23-Jun 26 at Tamanawis Park in Surrey. For more information and live streaming, visit: http://www.indiaclub.ca/tournament/

Good luck to our Richmond FHC players!

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Hosted by the* U17 Team Finches*, the theme for the awards is TROPICAL.

The RFHC Junior League Awards will be held Wednesday June 14, 2017 at The Fridge
http://www.fraserviewchurch.com/contact-us/maps-directions/
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm.
Light food, snacks and beverages will be provided

Parents are welcome to stay.

Each team will have an opportunity to sing, dance, cheer and perform a 1-2 minute skit. U13-U18 Coaches will present three awards: MVP, Sportswoman, and Most Improved.

Guest Speaker: Nick Sandhu
MC: Bob Jackson

FHBC RESPECT Program

Posted by Richmond Field Hockey Club at May 25, 2017 7:52AM PDT ( 0 Comments )
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Introducing the FHBC RESPECT Program

RESPECT is the collective responsibility of everyone involved in field hockey to create a fair, safe and enjoyable environment in which the game can take place.

We will be continuing to soft launch our RESPECT Program through the remainder of the 2016-17 Season. We have already had positive feedback from the initial roll-out at the T2C Championships, the T2T Festival and the VIT.

The intent of the Program is to target all levels of the game. Through ongoing education and awareness, this program is designed to address concerns related to poor coaching practices, abuse of umpires/officials, respect between players, and issues involving spectators and fans on the sideline. The RESPECT Program will target local, regional, and provincial field hockey programs and events throughout the junior and senior seasons. The program will attempt to inspire community clubs and leagues to implement and promote the campaign, and promote positive behaviours within their respective environments.

More information will become available as the Program is fully launched at the start of the 2017-18 Season.

The document RESPECT was attached to this post.

Hi RFHC!

Tomorrow brings us to our last Stellar’s Jay (SJ) session with Nick and Poonam. We also have a special YOGA session run by Nina Greaves at 7pm for cool down (Group I) and warm up (Group II).

Nina is a certified Yoga Instructor & Pre/Post Natal Specialist and started her Yoga journey over 20 years ago due to a serious accident that almost left her with permanent life threatening injuries. Due to the power and strength of Yoga she was able to make a full recovery and has been teaching Yoga for over 15 years.

Nina taught Hatha yoga and variations at Fusion Fitness Studio in Steveston, Richmond and Steveston Community Centre, and Minoru Centre from 2002 – 2010. She is presently teaching Yoga in an all boys school at Vancouver College.

“Yoga” is a process rather than a goal. Nina’s philosophy is simple, yoga is for everyone with no judgement and it’s always important to listen and respect what your body is telling you. Yoga helps control and soothes emotions, removes anxiety through stretching and breathing, and increases mental focus and physical performance.

We encourage everyone to attend. PLEASE BRING A YOGA MAT

For more information on Nina and Yoga: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VL5etm-dFnl1J69Ig7p1-Zz86V3UU1xMVx__RdDWNLI/edit?ts=592617cc

OTHER NOTES:
- If you have not received a SJ shirt, they will be available at the field tomorrow.
- Your coaches will be in touch with their teams to confirm if a second practice session will continue.
- Photos will be taken for future reference. Please advise your coaches if you do not wish for your photo to be taken

We hope you have enjoyed the STELLAR’S JAY SESSIONS so far.

See everyone tomorrow!

RICHMOND FIELD HOCKEY CLUB