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Towns Souths Hockey Club commenced in 1999 as a result of a merger between the men's Towns Hockey Club and the ladies South Bunbury Hockey Club.

Towns was formed in 1932 while the South Bunbury Club was formed 15 years later.  Both Clubs had a long and proud history in the local hockey associations and the development of the sport in Bunbury. Currently the club has three mens and three ladies teams and a number of junior teams commencing in J2 (minkies) all the way through to our older juniors in Year 9-12.

Our Mission
Towns Souths Hockey Club inc. exists for the prime benefits of its members both senior and junior for the development of the sport of hockey in general.
Our Values:
Respect, Accountability and Regard for the Future

Junior fixtures will be on website once received from the association


TSHC Constitution.

13. Subscriptions.

13.1    The annual subscription shall be fixed by the Committee of Management prior to the start of the hockey season and made payable by the third playing date of the season unless there are personal extenuating reasons as justified and accepted by the Committee of Management.

13.2    No member whose subscription is in arrears can compete in any competition as a member of the Club or vote at any meeting.



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Senior Club members        

PINK Sock day

to be advised

Tuesday night Training schedule on WebSite. Please note that there will be changes in starting times every 3 weeks, Turf 2 always.

Thursday night training 8 - 9 Turf  1 always


Towns Souths Hockey Club is adopting Choose Respect

Choose the game you play, Sportsman ship, having respect for Umpires, Coaches,

your Team Mates, The Opposition Team  and  Spectators


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