North Coast Raiders Hockey Club traces it’s heritage back to 1903 when the Perth Hockey Club was a founding club of hockey in WA. The North Coast Raiders Hockey Club was established in 1988 from an amalgamation of the Perth Hockey Club and Scarborough Hockey Club, established in 1953. The North Coast Raiders Hockey Club has a strong tradition of success over a long period. It is an inclusive club, with male and female players from the age of five through to over 70. The club caters to all player abilities, ranging from elite to social teams. The club currently has over 550 members and is the 8th largest club in Perth.
North Coast Raiders offers the complete package. We have Senior Women’s and Men’s teams ranging from Melville Toyota League Premier 1 through to Provisional and Metro Competitions. We also cater for our small cygnet swans, from five years of age in our Hookin2Hockey program, through to our own home based under 9’s competition and a very successful junior program with 17 teams for ages 10 to 18. In addition, we also have four Masters (veterans) men’s weekend teams in over 40’s & 50’s, and three Masters midweek teams (men & women over 35’s). So no matter your age or skill level, North Coast Raiders Hockey Club has something to offer for you!
At North Coast Raiders, we pride ourselves on being the complete package and a club for life. We focus on the development of our juniors, both in their playing skills through various coaching clinics, and their umpiring skills. We also don’t mind the occasional social function, with our ever popular Gordo’s Gourmet Thursday BBQ for the whole club going down a treat, all the way to our popular theme nights and touring parties.
So come on down to The Swan Pond at Charles Riley Reserve where you’ll be a Raider for life!
Congratulations to Raiders’ Men’s 1’s squad and coach Phil Todkill for their excellent work in achieving promotion to the Melville Toyota League Men’s Premier 1 competition for the 2017 season. Pictured above after their 8-1 win over South West Strikers to seal their promotion, the team also won the minor premiership and the grand final.
Congratulations to Raiders’ Jacqui Day for winning the Charlesworth Medal for the best player in the Melville Toyota League Women’s Premier 1 competition in 2016. This follows Jacqui’s win in 2015, making it the first time a player has won the medal in consecutive years. An outstanding achievement!