The Australian Underwater Hockey National Championships drew to a close last Sunday with an exciting end to an incredibly well-run and enjoyed tournament. The 2015 Australian National Underwater Hockey Championships was hosted by the NSW Underwater Hockey community and held at the Knox Grammar Aquatic Centre in Wahroonga (Sydney). Twenty-seven teams from five […]
The selection criteria for 2015 is available to be viewed on the UHA Selection Criteria page. Selection criteria, coaches and contact details have been finalised for the upcoming selections, which will be held in January during the Underwater Hockey National Championships, in Sydney. Teams for selection include the U19 Men and Woman and U23 Men and […]
To the UWH Community, We wish to inform everyone that following the resignation of our fabulous UHA Director last month, Rees Quilford (VIC), the Committee has accepted the temporary replacement in Craig MacKenzie (WA), who has offered to fill the role until such time as we fill the position with a member who can commit to a […]
About Underwater Hockey
Underwater hockey is a non-contact sport in which two teams compete to manoeuvre a puck across the bottom of a swimming pool into goals. The sport of Underwater Hockey is played across Australia and has a long history here (the first Australian Championships were held in 1975). Equipment Players wear a diving mask, fins and a snorkel for play. Safety gear includes ear protection usually in the form of a water polo cap, a mouthguard, and a glove. The stick coloured white or black to indicate the player's team. In tournament play, the colour of the stick and cap are randomly assigned to each … Read more...