New to the Club?

General Information

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The Mentone Hockey Club welcomes new players of all age groups and levels of experience.  We field teams in Hockey Victoria’s winter, summer and indoor competitions and we cater for all age groups

We are are family friendly club that has, as our vision, to  “engage, inspire, guide and develop every player to greatness.”

This page seeks to provide new and prospective members all the information they need to know  .

Home Ground

Home games and training is at the Keysborough Playing Fields of Mentone Grammar, 756-758 Springvale Rd, Braeside VIC 3195


The  sections of the club are juniors (ages 6-18), seniors (men and women) and masters 35+ (men and women).
Training times, teams and specific information are more fully explained under each section’s page.

Mentone will have teams entered in age groups from Under 10 to Under 18 in 2017, together with a strong intra club program for under 8s and under 10s.

For more information on the Junior’s section click here

Mentone will have 6 men’s Teams and 5 women’s Teams in 2017.

For more information on the Men’s Section click here.
For more information on the Women’s Section click here.

MASTERS Mentone will have 4 Mens Masters Team and 3 Women’s Masters Teams in 2017.

For more information on the Men’s Masters click here.
For more information on the Women’s Masters click here


To play Hockey for our Club  all players are required to be registered.  Registration has two parts, firstly  registration with Hockey Victoria and secondly registration with the Mentone Hockey Club.

The registration process is performed online and the fees payable are dependent on the category of player


If you have played for another club in Victoria or interstate, a transfer will need to be arranged from your old club.  Please contact the appropriate Section Coordinator to help with this.  It is better to arrange the transfer before registering with the new club.

Code of Conduct

Mentone Hockey Club subscribes to Hockey Victoria’s Code of Behaviour and all players must agree to abide by this when registering.   Our club does not condone or accept the use of bad language, rough play or abusing of either other players or umpires.   Our club supports the principle of Sportsmanship and Fair Play. It is expected that players, coaches, parents and supporters recognise and encourage the contribution of all players and umpires in the correct manner.   For more information on our POLICIES 

Who can I speak to?

For section based information, the Section Coordinators  are the best point of contact.  If the questions are more general and member of the executive will be able to help. See Contact Details.