2021 Secondary Player Development Camp with Shea McAleese

November 05, 2021

Wellington Hockey are excited to announce the return of our Secondary Development Camp to the National Hockey Stadium for 2021.

This year we are fortunate to have Shea McAleese delivering a camp over the weekend of the 11th & 12th December. Shea, has recently retired from international hockey after amassing 320 caps for the Black Sticks, attending 4 Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games and World Cups throughout his career and is the 3rd most capped men’s Black Stick of all time. 

Shea is looking forward to passing on his knowledge to the next generation of hockey players and “giving back to a sport that has given him so much”. The opportunity to attend a weekend camp, designed by one of the most experienced international hockey players to represent New Zealand, is an exciting opportunity for our young players. 

Shea will be joined by fellow coaches from Wellington Hockey development programmes ensuring a high-quality experience. Goalkeepers are welcome to enroll as there will be a goalkeeper specific trainer to assist your technical development. 

Don’t miss out on securing your place to learn from one of the most experienced players to have represented New Zealand.        

This programme is limited to 90 participants (COVID Level 2 protocol) so get in quick.

Date: Saturday and Sunday the 11th and 12th of December 2021

Cost: $120 per person.

Registrations close: Thursday December 2nd

Time: 9am - 3pm

Any questions can be made to Bjorn Dix at bjorn@wellingtohockey.org.nz.

Register for the camp using the link here.