NSU named Harbour Hockey Club of the Year!

It was a fantastic night for NSU at the 2016 Harbour Hockey Awards Evening at The Spencer on Byron Hotel last night. The club won the Samurai Sportswear Harbour Hockey Club of the Year award and Kathryn Henry also won the Outstanding Contribution to Harbour Hockey award - an outstanding achievement to win two of the major awards of the evening!

In addition NSU also had the following award winners and finalists:
Matthew Weir - Boys Youth Umpire of the Year
Kirsten Stuckey - Female Umpire of the Year
Morgan Wensley - Finalist for Female Umpire of the Year
Bren Duckworth - Finalist for Male Umpire of the Year
Brad O'Callaghan - Finalist for Male Umpire of the Year
Amanda Green - 10 Years Service to NHL
Dylan Stevenson - U18 Mens Player of the Year
Jess Thwaites-Hardy - Harbour A Most Valuable Womens Player
Bianca Oram - Finalist for Harbour A Most Valuable Womens Player
Eryn Crombie - Finalist for Harbour A Most Valuable Womens Player
Noel Roberts - Finalist for Harbour A Most Valuable Mens Player
Kimberley Green - Finalist for NHL Womens Player of the Tournament
Richard Joyce - Finalist for NHL Mens Players of the Tournament
- Kirsten Stuckey - Finalist for Giltrap Group Community Umpire of the Year
Stephen Dowd - Finalist for Go Hockey Community Coach of the Year
- Kathryn Henry - Finalist for Spencer on Byron Sportswoman of the Year
- Richard Joyce - Finalist for Spencer on Byron Sportsman of the Year

Congratulations to all award winners and finalists! Congratulations also to everyone involved with the club over the last 12 months for contributing towards what has been a great year, recognised with the 2016 Samurai Sportswear Harbour Hockey Club of the Year award!