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Ladder at August 2017

 

Team Rank Competition Points
Vikings 1 136
Communists 2 115
Cavalry 3 101
Wombats 4 70
Zombies 5 50
Bushrangers 6 34
Unihorns 7 25

 

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AUHL 2017 Champions, & 2018 getting Kick off

2017 Results

A Championship

1st SWS Cavalry

2nd SWS Wombats

3rd The Communists

4th SWS Wombats

 

B Championship

1st  Newtown Zombies

2nd North Shore Unihorns

3rd  Canberra Bushrangers

With a special mention to the development teams; North Shore Duohorns and SWS Eagles; having a great year of hockey.
We want to say congratulations to everyone, lots of great emerging players, excellent play with awesome sportsmanship.

 

2018

Very Excited to announce:

Kick off friendly hockey day March 10th 2018

9am – 3pm

Morris Iemma Indoor Sports Centre Riverwood.

 

Everyone is welcome, whether you have a team or not. Come and join in the fun.

Bring different colour shirts as you don’t know whet colour team you will be on 😊

The AUHL will also have their pre-season meeting – please have 1 representative per AUHL team at the meeting. Meeting time tbc.

 

See you there.

 

Ashley Curtis

Australian Unicycle Hockey League

Committee Chairman.

 

Australian Unicycle Hockey Calendar 2017

Unicycle Hockey in 2017 is underway.

Last week we had our 2017 kick off hockey day. We had 28 riders, lots of new faces. And really good to see how the experienced riders helped the new riders. Looking forward to a great year. First league tournament is less than a month away. If your not on a team, or new and want to play, let us know. We will find a team for you.

Click to see the 2017 Calender

Unicon unicycle hockey in Spain

Unicon XVIII - The World Unicycle Championships was held in San Sebastion/Donestia Spain 27.08.2016 – 07.08.2016. Australia sent 4 unicycle hockey teams to compete against the world’s best. It was our most successful Unicon ever for our hockey teams.

The Unicycle hockey was split into 2 divisions. Division A – The best of the best, only 7 teams in the world participated in this division. 2 Swiss teams, 4 German teams and the Australia Green team.

Division B saw 37 teams compete, consisting of 16 German, 5 French, 2 Danish, 2 Swiss, 1 Korean, 1 Hong Kong, 1 Czech, 1 Italian, 1 UK, 1 Netherlands, 1 Austrian, 1 Spanish, 1 Puerto Rican, and 3 Aussie teams - Australia Yellow, Australia Blue and Australia White.

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