Sutho Junior 2017 Presentation Day Award Winner

The junior season officially came to an end on Sunday with the 2017 Junior Presentation Day.

Thank you to all our junior families for attending the presentation day and being part of the Sutherland Hockey family in 2017.

Congratulations to all our 2017 Junior award winners.

Major Award Winners
Junior Female Player of the Year Claudia Johnston
Junior Male Player of the Year Damon Arapa
Junior Umpire of the Year Dakota Jattan
Junior Club Person of the Year Dakota Jattan
Junior Umpire Encouragement Awards Hayden Neale, Lachlan Cartwright
Junior Service Awards Matthew Staples, Nicholas Rose, Jay Kelly
Team Awards
Junior Team Best & Fairest Most Improved Coach’s Award
Sutho Metro U17 Harry Roberts Clare Callinan Rebecca Janes
U17 Blue Tongues Joshua Ko Liam Grey Matt Quinlivan
U17 Goannas William Gair Edward Weaver Joshua Maclean
Sydney Metro U15 Blue Rylee Millar Lachlan O’Leary Blake Hernandez
Sydney Metro U15 Black Daniel Bryant Luca Zatschler Ashlee Ryan
U15 A Komodo Dragons Keeghan Kosteski Aaron Krepp Raina Mifsud
U15B Blue Tongues Luke Woodman Max Bushell Tyren Money
U13A Monitor Lizards Tahlia Gibson Byron Watson Kaylee Middleton
U13A Geckos Chloe Antilla Amelia Kirby Shontae Salmon
U13B Thorny Devils Sofie Cherrie Jana Dimistrovska Sohan Mavji
U11A Geckos Jonty Austin Amelia Domrow Peter Rast
U11B Bearded Dragons Thomas Blackman Dominic Lenzo Kalahni Crews

Sutho Senior Presentation Night Award Winners

The 2017 season has now drawn to a close with the 2017 Sutherland Hockey Club senior presentation held last weekend at our club sponsor Tradies.

Thank you to all our attendees and congratulations to our all senior award winners for 2017.


2017 Major Year Awards
Senior Womens Player of the Year Joanne Momsen
Senior Mens Player of the Year Keiran Govers
Club Person of the Year John Cowan
 Outstanding Service Awards Bill Melchert and Trish Krepp
WOMENS – Players’ Player / Coach’s Awards
Premier League Players’ Player Kendelle Tait
Second Grade Players’ Player Lauren Lee
Third Grade Players’ Player Kate Whitton
Premier League Coach’s Award Kristen Agius
Second Grade Coach’s Award Raina Misfud
Third Grade Coach’s Award Emily Cummins
MENS – Best & Fairest / Coaches Awards
First Grade Best & Fairest Cameron Buesnel
First Grade Best & Fairest Matthew Phillips
Second Grade Best & Fairest Brendan Sharp
Second Grade Best & Fairest Mitchell Shipp
Third Grade Best & Fairest Jay Kelly
Fourth Grade Best & Fairest David Richardson
Fifth Grade Best & Fairest Brendan Hol
Sixth Grade Best & Fairest Alex Doyle
First Grade Coach’s Award Mitchell Wray
Second Grade Coach’s Award Michael Sharkey
Third & Fourth Grade Coach’s Award Nick Rose
Third & Fourth Grade Coach’s Award Hayden Neale
Fifth Grade Coach’s Award Tom Hol
Sixth Grade Coach’s Award Adam Howard
Games Played Medals
300 GAMES Phillip Rowling
300 GAMES Brad Bollard
200 GAMES Jono Scott
200 GAMES Sarah Morris
200 GAMES Cameron Buesnel
200 GAMES Jon Hol
100 GAMES Anna Barton
100 GAMES Lisa Cummins
100 GAMES Adam Sullivan
100 GAMES Wade Tonna
100 GAMES Sean Kelly
100 GAMES Tom Hausman

More accolades for Sutho at Sydney Hockey Awards Evening

Our Premier League team was out in force last night for Sydney Hockey’s Annual Presentation.

Congratulations to our Premier League Coach Peter Tait who was awarded Sydney Hockey’s 2017 Coach of the Year last night at Sydney Hockey’s Awards Evening. It was a well deserved accolade for Peter who this year not only co-coached the premier league team with Jay Holley to their 7th title he also coached our U15 Sutho Metro Blue team to a premiership and as well as coaching the U15 Girls SEHA Representative team. This is Peter’s 2nd Sydney Hockey Coach of the Year Award, with his first award coming in 2011 after Sutho’s premier league premiership win. Peter has now won 3 Premier League 1 Premierships, 2 Premier League 2 Premierships and a Senior Womens 2nd Grade premiership as a coach.

Congratulations to Brendan Sharp who was awarded Sydney Hockey’s 2017 Highest Goal Scorer for Premier League 2 with a total of 21 goals for the year. Well done Brendan.

Congratulations to Blake Sanford who was awarded Sydney Hockey’s 2017 Male Indoor Player of the Year. Well done Blake.










Sutho Hockey Crowned 2017 Sydney Hockey Premier League 1 Premiers

With a nail biting finish last weekend against Ryde, the scene was set for yet another epic battle between fierce rivals Sutho and Moorebank in the 2017 Sydney Hockey Premier League 1 Grand Final.

It has been 5 years since Sutherland last won a Premier League premiership which ironically was against Moorebank and Sutherland were looking to revenge their last year’s loss in the Grand Final against Moorebank.

The game was a very tight and extremely close with both teams defending strongly and shutting down each other’s opportunities. Sutho were first to score with a drag flick by Kieran Govers from a short corner but Moorebank equalised minutes later with a short corner goal of their own and were then awarded about 7 minutes out from half time a penalty stroke which they converted to head into half time leading Sutho 2-1.

The 2nd half continued in much the same way as the 1st half with both teams again shutting down most scoring opportunities but Sutho managed to break through Moorebank’s strong defence with a well timed hit by Shayne Smith into the circle to find Matt Bennett who slotted the ball into the goal to even the score to 2-2.

With the change in momentum shifting to Sutherland, the boys started to open up Moorebank’s defence and with just under 10 minutes remaining in the game Matt Bennett found the back of the net with his trademark tomahawk shot to give Sutho the lead 3-2.

Despite Moorebank throwing everything they had at Sutho to equalise the score, Sutho’s strong defence stepped up another notch and held off any attack Moorebank threw at them to go on and take the 2017 Title with a 3-2 win and the club’s 7th Sydney Premier League 1 Premiership (1991,92,98, 2004, 2011,12, 2017).

Congratulations to all the players and coaches Peter Tait and Jay Holley and manager Peter Krepp on a successful 2017 campaign.

Congratulations to Matt Bennett on being named Best and Fairest in the 2017 Grand Final.

Congratulations to Moorebank Hockey Club on their 2017 season.

More photos and link to the video of the game can be found on the club’s facebook page

Player Sydney

Premier League 1 Premierships Won

GK Nathan Akroyd 2017
1 Cameron Buesnel 2011,2012,2017
2 Brady Anderson 2017
3 Mitch Wray © 2011,2012,2017
4 Jack Hayes 2017
5 Matt Phillips 2004,2011,2012,2017
6 Jono Scott 2017
7 Luke Noblett 2011,2017
8 Kieran Govers 2017
9 Cameron Parsons 2017
10 Shayne Smith 2011,2012,2017
11 Matt Bennett 2011,2012,2017
12 Matt Johnson 2011,2012,2017
13 Christian Halyard 2017
15 Michael Sharkey 2011,2017


Coach Peter Tait 1998, 2004 (Player)

2011,2012,2017 (Coach)

Coach Jay Holley 2004, 2017 (Coach)
Manager Peter Krepp 2017 (Manager)

Double Success for Sutho in Sydney Metro Junior Competition

The final weekend of juniors for the 2017 season didn’t disappoint for Sutho Hockey with the club bringing home two Sydney premiership trophies last Friday night 15/9/17.

U15 Metro Sutho Blue

The U15 team were up first against Ryde and in was a close and exciting game for the full 60 minutes that kept the spectators on the edge of the seats. Sutho Blue dug deep and were able to hold off a strong Ryde team to win the 2017 Premiership 3-2. Congratulations to Ryde Hockey Club on a great game and well done to all the U15 Sutho Blue players and Coach Peter Tait and Manager Tony Neale on a fantastic 2017 season. Congratulations to Zak Keelan on being named Player of the Grand Final.

U17 Metro Sutho

Next up was our U17 Metro team who again had a close and excited game against Briars. The U17’s despite being scored against first by Briars, really stepped up and took control of the game to win 3-1. Congratulations to Briars Hockey Club on a great game and well done to our U17 Metro team and Coach Sean Kelly and Manager Lee-Ann Callinan on a great season. Congratulations to Harry Roberts on being named Player of the Grand Final.