Nationals Info Pack EDEN 2018

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Registration Form

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National Titles Scoresheet eden 2018

http://auf.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/National-Titles-Scoresheet-eden-2018.pdf

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AUF Sportsperson of the year

Rhys Milburn from Western Australia wins AUF Sportsperson of the year

Rhys was a Member of the WA state team for underwater hockey and underwater rugby that won both National Championships. Winning the national rugby championships was particuarly meritorious given that it was only the second competion the Western Australian team had entered.
In that period Rhys is reigning world champion for underwater hockey after winning the world championships in april 2016 in stellenbosch South Africa..

66th Australian Spearfishing Championships Competition Entry Form

NATIONALS CompEntryForm Eden NSW

Please download / print / complete and return.

EDEN 2018 Species Scoresheet

National Titles Scoresheet eden 2018     - Downloadable link

Expressions of Interest Hawaii 2018 Interpacific

                                       SPEARFISHING.

         Call for Expressions of Interest, Interpacific Event.

             Hawaii island of Oahu, April 2nd to 14th 2018.                                                

   The above event is scheduled to be held as follows:-

-Hawaii the island of Oahu.

-dates in Hawaii. 2or3 April until 13or14 April.

-event days are 11 and 12 April.

 

AUF are looking for interested competent Spear-fishers, team managers & a fundraising person, to represent AUF Australian Spearfishing in the above event.

Interested sponsors are also welcome to assist & promote their products & support for Australian Spearfishing.

We made a decision to change our selection process & try something different to see if we can get a better result. We will consider past national event participation & results as well as results from previous international attendances although that criteria will not be the only consideration.

Expressions are open until Evening of 20 October 2017.

A committee will evaluate a shortlist & get back to all persons that have expressed interest with our preliminary thoughts & selections. We've got a focus on the future and want to see more up & coming prospects along with some past proven competitors.

ABOUT THE EVENTS.

-The Interpacific's in Hawaii is normally a great event & requires 4 males (2pairs) and 2 females ( 1 pair) & reserves will also be considered. A team manager each for men’s and women’s will also be required.

Conditions are similar somewhat to Northern parts of Australia but the men will be required to dive & work comfortably to and beyond 25 mtrs whilst swimming quite hard over long distances.

-The AUF normally pay the competition costs which includes presentation & boat costs during the scheduled practice & event dates.

Managers/Competitors will need at least 11 days in Hawaii and will be up for airfares & accommodation, meals, boats on unscheduled days, etc whilst in Hawaii.

Fundraising is done by the AUF & competitors and this can reduce individuals expenses considerably.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED AS A COMPETITOR, MANAGER, RESERVE, FUNDRAISING PERSON OR A SPONSOR PLEASE APPLY AS BELOW.

Please provide the following information as a minimum to Adrian Wayne. Email to

< adrian [dot] wayne48 [at] gmail [dot] com> :-

1-Name & address, email & phone contact.

2-Age, DOB, gender.

3-State & club (if member)

4-AUF membership number or other?

5-A brief statement about your Spearfishing experience, competition or other achievements you are proud of that would assist our evaluation?

6-Do you feel experienced enough, physically & mentally healthy & capable of extending yourself safely to compete at the highest level?

7-Can you get time off & can you fund yourself?

8-Will you help with fundraising?

9- Are you prepared to comply with strict rules & controls in an event even if you don't necessarily agree with the rules?

10-If you are paired up or in a team with a person or persons of superior ability to yourself are you prepared to accept that fact & not push yourself beyond your ability to try & outdo or match the other person/s?

11-Are you a team player?

12-Is your own & others safety the top priority & constantly in your mind when you compete or practice?

13-Are you prepared to go into extra training for yourself well before the event?

14-Provide details of anyone you feel we could speak to, to assist in our evaluation.

MANAGERS.

Please answer the questions as well.

15-Also please provide some brief details of your experience?

16-Give a brief summary of why you feel you're well suited to perform the role as a national team manager?

SPONSORS.

17-Please let us know who you are and what you can do to help us & how we can promote your business in return?

FUNDRAISERS.

18- Please let us know who you are, your contact details & how you would go about fundraising for Australian teams & what commission you would request for your hard work.

ALL:-

Please refer your answers numerically as above & please feel free to contact me with any queries on 0418282696.

I guess that's it for now & please apply by 20/10/17.

Good luck & stay safe.

 

Adrian Wayne.

National Chairman, AUFSC.

0418282696.

adrian [dot] wayne48 [at] gmail [dot] com

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65th National Spearfishing Championship Exmouth WA – Results

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Help Aussies Show their Best

FUNDRAISER, AUSSIE TEAM, GREECE   9/2016

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Please dig deep and help our Aussie Spearfishing Mates going to the World Titles very soon.

Buy at  https://www.youcaring.com/david-birch-562071

Tickets 1 for $5.00, 3 for $10.00, 10 for $30.00 or buy in multiples of $30.00 for best value. Remember to use your details when buying.

Pre-purchased and on line purchases will all be allocated numbers for our random number draw, drawn after the team come home.

Great prize list growing as more sponsors come on board. Current prize list include:-
Voucher to spend anywhere, anyway you like, as well as Spearguns, wet-suits, roller conversion kits, diving accessories and more.

Don't miss this popular multiple draw fundraiser.

See Facebook details on Poster and follow the team.

All sponsors are shown on Facebook.

Thanks to you all & our generous sponsors.

BE IN IT.

 

SPECIAL OFFER, REDUCED PRICE SPONSORED SPEARGUN SALE.

AUF Members - check out this deal.

Speargun offer 2016. itriadi

Tony Heugh (Superfrog) is still making great guns, and they are currently available at a ridiculous price.

Results from 2016 57 th Australian Pacific Coast Championships. Port Stephens, NSW.

The Championships held over Easter proved once again to be a popular and well attended event with great catering and prizes. The sea gods were kind to us for once and some good fish were taken.
Congratulations Newcastle Neptune's on an extremely well run safe event. Please see results."

Australia Dominates World Underwater Hockey Championships

 

PRESS RELEASE                                                                            3 April 2016

 

AUSTRALIAN TEAMS DOMINATE UNDERWATER HOCKEY WORLD CHMAPIONSHIPS IN SOUTH AFRICA

 

Australian Underwater Hockey teams have dominated the 19th CMAS Underwater Hockey World Championships winning gold in three out of the four divisions.

Australia were crowned the world champion team in the Elite Mens, Masters Men (over 35 years old) and Masters Womens (over 32 years old) divisions at the championships held in Stellenbosch, South Africa. The Australian Elite Women’s team placed 6th.

The Australian Elite Men team prevailed 3-0 over a valiant Turkish team in the final game of the championship. In one of the most even and closely fought competitions in years, the win was a testament to the team’s focus according to coach David Lambert.

“This win was three years in the planning and three years of training. We played to the plan today and our boys got it done,” said Lambert.

“We improved game on game through the competition and our three finals were excellent. Today’s result is just reward for our efforts. It just goes to show that Australia’s open style of game can still dominate at the elite level,” said Lambert.

Australia’s history making day began early in the day when the Australian Masters Womens team prevailed three goals to one over their South African counterparts. Lena Plambeck and Hayley Digney scored goals in the victory.

Playing coach, Kirsteen Reid praised the spirit and determination of her players, “It was an amazing result for us today. It was a tough game but the girls played so well, I couldn’t be prouder,” she said. The win made it back-to-back World Championship titles for the team.

The success continued when the Australian Masters Mens team won their gold medal game in convincing style. The Australian’s dominated their Great Britain opponents from the outset scoring a goal in the opening minute. The 4-0 halftime margin blew out to an unequivocal 9-1 win.

The team was absolutely dominant, going through the tournament undefeated and defending its World Championship title in the division.

The win was the culmination of an excellent tournament by all eleven players in the squad according to playing coach Jason Miezis, “The boys executed the Australian style to perfection today. We played open and skilful hockey,” he said.

“We looked to move the puck into space at every opportunity, we did that and the result took care of itself,” said Miezis.

With a several young players experiencing their first world championships, the Australian Elite Women’s team didn’t finish in the medals but made great improvement throughout the competition according to co-coaches Eden Brown and Tania McLeish.

The 10-day tournament brought together more than 400 players from 44 teams competing across the four divisions. 17 nations were represented at the tournament.

Final Standings

 

  Elite Men Elite Women Masters Men Master Women
1st Australia South Africa Australia Australia
2nd Turkey New Zealand Great Britain South Africa
3rd Great Britain France France Colombia
4th Colombia Colombia Netherlands France
5th New Zealand Spain South Africa Great Britain
6th France Australia USA USA
7th Netherlands USA Colombia Canada
8th South Africa Canada Canada Argentina
9th Canada Great Britain Philippines  
10th USA Germany    
11th Spain Singapore    
12th Belgium Argentina    
13th Italy Philippines    
14th Argentina      

 

Official championship website:

http://www.uwhworlds2016.co.za/

 

Full results and standings:

http://leagues.horizonsolutions.tv/19th-cmas-world-uwh-championship-2016?view=leagues

 

For more information contact:

 

Craig Mackenzie

Executive Director, Underwater Hockey Australia

Email: craig [dot] mackenzie [at] uwa [dot] edu [dot] au

Mobile: 0419 927 577

 

Nina Barry-Macaulay

Communications Officer, Underwater Hockey Australia

Email: nina [dot] b-m [at] hotmail [dot] com

Mobile: 0400 698 089

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Above: Australian Elite player – Belinda Keeley in AUS vs CAN game.

Masters women

Above: Master’s Women Win Gold.

Mens Team

Elite Men – National Anthem before grand final match vs Turkey

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Dark Depths

The dark depths of Underwater hockey.