Jordon Brunt has departed Canberra en route to join his team mates as part of Australia’s U20 team. They’ll be playing at the upcoming IIHF World Championships in Reykjavik, Iceland from 13th – 21st January 2019.
Ebony Brunt and Dilli Kenyon departed Canberra today bound for the 2019 IIHF World Championships in Jaca, Spain, as members of the Australian U18
Ice Hockey ACT would like to say a big thank you to the ACT Ice Sports Federation and the ACT Government for putting together a partnership that continues to work for the advancement of ice sports.
We’re excited to see the release of this report and look forward to working with the ice sports community, as well as potential partners, sponsors and investors, to bring a new facility into being so that we can continue to grow ice hockey in the capital region.
Options for Canberra’s ice sports facilities
Today the ACT Government released the ACT Ice Sports Facility Options Analysis Report which explores the merit of three different options for future ice sports facilities in Canberra.https://www.sport.act.gov.au/pools-and-facilities
Commissioned by the ACT Government in August 2017 and compiled by Lockbridge, the report looked at how big the rink (or rinks) would need to be, the size of the parcel of land required, facility program requirements, capital cost, operating costs and potential funding scenarios.
To inform the report, Lockbridge consulted with representatives from the local and interstate ice sports industry, including operators in Melbourne and Perth.
Over the past 16
monthsthe government also worked closely with the ACT Ice Sports Federation to clarify the type of facility that would meet the needs of our ice sports community, create economic opportunities through competition and other events, and enable Canberrans to stay active and healthy.
The government will open an Expression of Interest (EOI) process in early 2019 seeking interest from suitably qualified and experienced parties to design, construct, operate and maintain a new ice sports facility in the ACT.
The EOI will specify that the government will consider providing some financial and/or non-financial contributions to support the establishment of the facility, noting the Territory doesn’t intend to directly own or be the primary funding source for a new ice sports facility.
The EOI will not specify a fixed location for any future ice
sportfacility, and the process will request that interested parties identify a suitable location.
The ACT Government will also specify a range of core facility requirements and conditions that will need to be addressed by interested parties.
The Ice Sports Facility Options Analysis Report can be found here.
For all enquiries relating to the future EOI process contact:
A/g Deputy Director, Sport and Recreation
Chief Ministers, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate
E | firstname.lastname@example.org
A big congratulations to two of our IHACT Midget Travel Team (Ice Caps) players who took out IHNSW Midget awards for 2018 this past week.
Jackson Gallagher – MVP
Jakob – Best Goalie ……….oooops, sorry Jakobi 😉😂
Well done boys on a great season & very well deserved.
Congratulations to Jordan Brunt who has been selected for the National Men’s U20 team!
Jordan Brunt (ACT)
Andrew Chen (SA)
Lachlan Fahmy (NSW)
Kenshin Hayashi (NSW)
Thomas Kiliwnik (QLD)
Yannic Lodge (WA)
Liam Manwarring (NSW)
Marcel McGuiness (SA)
Jack Ransome (NSW)
Jake Riley (SA)
Fredrik Rozenberg (NSW)
Dylan Sables (NSW)
Ethan Spelde (GK, NSW)
Lachlan Tripp (QLD)
Jeremy Vasquez (NSW)
Arthur Wang (NSW)
Xander Wardlaw (NSW)
Brock Williams (WA)
Sebastian Woodlands (GK, SA)
Now with added training slot details for D grade teams.
Welcome to our new site. We’re in the process of migrating all of the content over from our last site and we appreciate your understanding and patience. If there’s any particular information you’re looking for that you can’t find, please contact us directly and we’ll do our best to answer your questions.