About our great club

The Old Guildfordians Mundaring Hockey Club (OGMHC) is one of the oldest hockey clubs in Western Australia, established in 1931. Throughout its 88 year history, OGMHC has maintained its position as the premier hockey club of Perth’s east metropolitan corridor. The Club attracts players from all parts of the region and rural areas and remains committed to the growth of hockey in Perth.

OGMHC boasts teams in the Men's and Women's turf divisions at various competitive levels. In recent years, OGMHC has been promoted into the Men’s Premier One League and the Women’s Promotional League which is an incredible triumph for the club.

Our Junior division comprises teams from Hook in 2 Hockey (Minkey) through to J11/12. The Club has a fantastic player development pathway program and we are already seeing the fruits of our labours with some of our home grown talent playing in the top men’s and women’s sides.

Our grass grades and masters teams are very much the social hub of the club. You will rarely find a spare seat in our clubrooms after games at our beautiful Lilac Hill home ground.

Our doors are always open to new members who love their hockey and love to have a good time!


Q: When does pre-season start for 2019?

A: Our Premier 1 men's team began work in January. Their season officially starts on the weekend of 30 March 2019. The remainder of the senior turf teams will hold grading days in late Feb/early March, prior to the commencement of fixtures on 14 April. Women's pre-season will commence at Lilac Hill on Monday 11th February at 6:00pm. Timing will be revised following the completion of several local night hockey comps. Please contact the club secretary on ogmhc@ogmhc.com.au for more details.

Q: Is OGMHC running a Hook in 2 Hockey program this year?

A: Yes! We have several enthusiastic parents sharing the task of coordinating this program in 2019.  Hook in 2 Hockey runs throughout terms 2 and 3 at Lilac Hill (9:30am start).  We have heaps of enthusiastic junior players from our high school grades who are willing and able to assist with the development of this group of five to ten year olds who are not yet old enough for the formalised hockey competition, but who want to learn the basics of the game in a safe, fun environment. 

Q: Do I have to pay a casual game fee if I fill in for a senior team?

A: The casual game fee is $40 per player.  Our registered senior players pay a large sum to be a regular part of the team and the club.  Yes, we sometimes need casual players to help out teams when they are short, but that does not mean our regulars are expected to solely fund the team and club costs. It’s like going to the gym on a casual basis v. joining for six months! It costs more for that flexibility, and commitment is rewarded with a lower fee per session. It is only fair that the club expenses are shared amongst all players.

Q: Where and when is training? Why does it sometimes change?

A: Check out the club website for weekly training updates. Turf sessions may vary to share the choice sessions between grades.  Grass teams will do most of their training at Lilac Hill.  Turf grades will train at Guildford Grammar turf.

Q: Does OGMHC hold social events?

A: Yes! OGs holds regular social events throughout the year and tries to spread them out over the season so people can be involved in a range of activities.  The club prides itself on being inclusive and family friendly. We encourage all players to attend our social events and participate in fundraisers to keep fees manageable.

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