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Kings win inaugural Kevin Guinee Trophy

Kings have won Senior Division 1 to take out the Champions Title and been awarded the inaugural Kevin Guinee Trophy. The Kings won both games in the 2 game series over Newcastle Northstars.

IHNSW is always looking for ways to celebrate success and the history of our sport.

In light of this objective, a perpetual trophy has been created that will be presented to the winner of the highest grade within the Senior Competition (currently Senior Division 1). 

The trophy has been backdated to the year 2000 and each champion moving forward will have their name and year added to memorialise their accomplishment.

In honour of his contribution as a player, committee member and chairman; the Executive has approved the naming of this trophy after Kevin Guinee.

The trophy has been fully paid for through donations and IHNSW would like to thank those who have helped make this happen.


Updates from NSW Premier and Office of Sport as of January 2nd 2021 can be accessed below.

Premier Media Release January 2nd 2021

Office of Sport update January 2nd 2021

Hockey players can not attend any activities if they are from the northern zone of the Northern Beaches with stay at home orders in place until 9 January 2021;

  • No visitors to the home.
  • Five northern zone residents can gather outdoors (not at homes) for exercise and recreation, from within the same zone. 
  • Non-essential businesses remain closed

The following measures for Greater Sydney (including Wollongong, Central Coast and Blue Mountains) are effective from midnight tonight;

  • Face masks will be mandatory in the following indoor settings: shopping (retail, supermarkets and shopping centres), public/shared transport, indoor entertainment (including cinemas and theatres), places of worship, hair and beauty premises. Face masks will also be mandatory for all staff in hospitality venues and casinos and for patrons using gaming services. Compliance will start from Monday, 4 January 2021 with $200 on the spot fines for individuals for non-compliance. Children under 12 are exempt but are encouraged to wear masks where practicable.

For any IHNSW events, including Willis Cup and club In-House activities – please ensure that you are aware of and operating under the current restrictions. IHNSW encourages all those attending Hockey activities to wear a mask.

As always, contact recording/tracing, physical distancing and regular hand sanitising is still a requirement of attending any IHNSW activity, and we encourage anyone with cold and flu symptoms to seek testing as soon as possible.