Warwick hockey players (front, from left) Jacob and Simon Rolfe, William Ready, Matt Eastwell, Dylan Ready, (back) Michelle Eastwell, Greg McDonald, Claudia and Brad Ready, Lauren Eastwell, and Phil and Mikayla Rolfe prepare for the February 11 muster.
Warwick hockey players (front, from left) Jacob and Simon Rolfe, William Ready, Matt Eastwell, Dylan Ready, (back) Michelle Eastwell, Greg McDonald, Claudia and Brad Ready, Lauren Eastwell, and Phil and Mikayla Rolfe prepare for the February 11 muster. Gerard Walsh

Time to sign up

THE Ready family will have a new London blue synthetic surface to play on as they return to Queens Park for another season of Warwick hockey.

The Warwick Hockey Association is hoping for a large turnout of players at a muster on February 11 at Queens Park between 10am and noon.

Claudia Ready, 12, played for the Darling Downs primary school team in last year's state championships in Mackay.

She played fullback and this year she is in Year 8 and eligible to play seniors as well as juniors.

"I am keen to play seniors with some of my friends," she said.

Claudia will be joined at hockey by brothers Dylan and William, father Brad who plays for Wyverns and mother Connie who will cheer from the sideline and help in the canteen.

The aim is to play games in A and reserve men, women, under-16, U13, U10 and U7 grades.

Association junior co-ordinator Phil Rolfe said the U10 and U7 grades played under modified rules on a half field.


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