UHA are in the final process of moving forward to a new committee and structure as outlined at the AGM and voted for by the states (download the attached minutes from the AGM here). Being involved in the Underwater Hockey Australia Committee is an exciting and unique experience. We are looking for expressions of interest for people […]
Call for Coaches, Managers and Selectors for Elite and Masters teams for 2017/18 We are now looking for Coaches and Managers for 2017/18 Elites and Masters teams. At this stage the schedule will be a trans-tasman/interim tournament in 2017 (likely to either be a invitational tournament in Hawai in Mid Sept 2017 (Australia, NZ, Canada, […]
A warm up for Age Group Worlds 2017 From 2-10 July, 2016, the Age group Tans Tasman tournament was held at Hobart Aquatic and Leisure Centre. A heartfelt congratulations to New Zealand who took gold in all categories. Hosting this tournament in Hobart provided a rare and fantastic opportunity to trial the venue with an international […]
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...