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Mighty Pucks

The recently revamped and relaunched Mighty Pucks Program is now available to order from Skate Australia.

Mighty Pucks was designed to teach new players the skills of the game and inline skating in a structured and informative way while providing a great entry step into the sport.

This successful and popular program is now better than ever and available to all affiliated club and rinks in Australia. The four level achievement program now features a full package of resources to assist all deliverers and make learning inline hockey more fun and rewarding than ever.

This new revamped pack includes:

•    A comprehensive and easy to follow program with photo diagrams and explanations of all skills required and specific session plans for each training session.
•    Promotional tools including high quality posters and flyers
•    High Quality Achievement Certificates for each of the levels (Bronze, Silver, Gold & Platinum)
•    Player handbooks and assessment sheets.
•    Wall charts to monitor group attendance and success.

This program has been specifically designed to attract new players to the sport, teach them the skills they require, provide the confidence for them to take the next step and most importantly make this process easy and fun for the clubs and rinks hosting the sessions.

To register your club or rink as an official deliverer and order your resources today simply CLICK HERE to download the simple forms. For more information please email

The newly revamped Inline Hockey development program ‘Mighty Pucks’ was relaunched at the 2012 Inline Hockey National Championships in Adelaide last week.

Highlighted through a feature game called ‘Future Stars’, 2 teams of juniors under the age of 10 showed off their newly acquired hockey skills in front of a crowd of more than 1000 people at the Adelaide Arena.

Originally created by Inline Hockey Australia Chairman Gordon Young in 2007, ‘Mighty Pucks’ was designed to teach children how to play inline hockey in a structured but fun way, to continue to grow and develop the sport.

Skate Australia’s Pathway Participation Manager Aaron Sprigg believes the program highlights the future potential of the sport to continue to grow in Australia.

“‘Mighty Pucks’ has the ability to transition heaps of new young players into the sport, reaping the benefits of this strong development program and positioning them well to be great players in the future, continuing to enjoy the sport and have fun along the way," he said.

Skate Australia would like to thank ILHA, Corey Smith and the ILHSA Executive Committee for helping to make ‘Future Stars’ and the relaunch of ‘Mighty Pucks’ happen.