The Suva Hockey Association saw a huge number of kids aged between 2 to 16 years show up to the National Hockey Centre and participate in the Kaji Hockey Program.
The programme running into its second Saturday saw about 60 kids come together and learn basic hockey skills & rules, interact, develop social & decision-making skills and foster teamwork.
This is all part of Suva Hockey’s initiative to further develop the sport at a grass root level by introducing kids to the sport, making it fun and interactive and sustaining and growing potential hockey players to filter into school, club, district and national levels.
Suva Hockey Association’s President, Alison Southey says the Association is extremely grateful and appreciative of Anchor for their generosity in helping them move forward with their goal in growing interest for the sport and encourage participation.
Southey says support from Corporates will only help in the development of Hockey locally and encourage more kids & adults to come learn and play the game and develop life skills that come with playing the sport.