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FIELD HOCKEY SOCIAL CLUB for Men, Women and Youth !!

PHOENIX SCORPIONS --- the only community based Field Hockey Club in the Phoenix valley, established since 1998.

!!-- Always looking for new players... --!!

This is the discussion list for the Field Hockey Community in the metropolitan Phoenix, AZ area. This list enables team members to stay informed of the Club's activities. Those interested in joining the Club are most welcome to join the list !

We are a co-ed ADULT and YOUTH Field Hockey Club based in Tempe, AZ.

Visit our website for more detailes at www.PhoenixScorpions.net

We travel to several regional tournaments - have special guest stars join us - ex Indian National and world renowned Drag Flicker Specialist JUGRAJ SINGH, Indian National INDERJIT CHADA, US Men's National Team Coach NICK CONWAY and several more personalities!

Debuted at the California Cup in 1998 --- and representing at every tournament, ever since ...

Our most recent successes:
-- GOLD MEDAL at CAL CUP 2008 in the Men's Competitive Division
-- SILVER MEDAL at the Guru Nanak Tournament 2008 in Moorpark, CA
-- Hosted the January 2007 Phoenix Scorpions Cactus Classic Field Hockey Tournament -- featuring MEXICO, TORONTO, VANCOUVER, BROOKLYN, ATLANTA, PHILADELPHIA, DALLAS, SACRAMENTO, and many more.
-- 3 of our youth selected for the US Junior National Team
-- PHOENIX has been selected as the newest Regional High Performance Center for Field Hockey

Join us -- Pick up a stick, Hit a ball, and Make some new Friends !!!

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  • 117
  • Hockey
  • Sep 2, 2005
  • English

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