Whether you're a Canadian backpacker longing for a chance to chase a puck, or an expat Czech keen to strap on some boots and go for a skate, or simply an Aussie local tired of skating in endless circles around Centennial park, Sydney Inline Hockey is the panacea for your troubles.
Inline hockey is the warm weather version of winter's Ice Hockey. Far from being a Clayton's version of the real game we play it on the concrete expanses of the Moore Park netball courts, and has its own unique characteristics and attributes.
It is a fast paced game that is usually played at the courts every Sunday afternoon or Monday evening, with either a ball or a biscuit (puck). The courts are currently unbounded by walls, so the focus of the game is on accurate passing and team work, as opposed to hero shots at goal and lots of ball chasing.
If you're tired of being a couch potato on Sunday afternoons, forced to watch endless telecasts of Australian cricketers, or giving your girlfriend endless afternoon foot massages, or simply want to get a bit more use out of those Rollerblades that have been sitting in your cupboard unused for the past 3 years, since the appearance of that evil, sledging Hahn Premium man-blading advertisement, grab a stick and a helmet and be a man (or woman) and come down to the courts to have a hit - all welcome.