Suburban Lions Hockey Club (SLHC) is an amateur, non-profit sporting club whose ability to operate relies on the support from our members, sponsors, and “Lions Community Partners” giving their financial assistance, time, and resources. Every dollar generated is put into the development of our players such as the “Excellence in Coaching” program, the maintenance and improvement of facilities and services, and the development of the sport in the community.
Our sponsors contribute financially and with opportunities to members within the club which helps reduce the overall financial impost to members making the sport more accessible and promoting positive community values.
The individuals and families that consistently and generously contribute to the club with their time and resources form the “Lions Community Partners”. We show our appreciation by encouraging members to support their businesses.
Duncan and his team pride themselves on quality and professionalism, with a focus on holistic and supportive care. They have expansive knowledge in all aspects of plastic reconstruction and aesthetic surgery.
Duncan said as a family they love being part of Suburban Lions hockey club, as it’s such a friendly, inclusive, family-orientated community sports club.
“Both our children play with the club at minkey and junior years level, and Lisa has also been thrilled to play women’s hockey with Metros for the last 2 seasons,” Duncan said.
“Saturday games, and after-match catch-ups during hockey season is everyone’s favourite time of the week!
“Being part of SLHC, we feel like we are part of something special and we are excited about the future given the incredible season the club had this year.
“It’s a privilege to support such a fantastic club that shares our values of striving to be the best we can, whilst supporting and encouraging each other.”
W Fairweather & Son is delighted to again be a sponsor of Suburban Lions as it is a club very close to their heart. 4 of the 5 members of the Fairweather family either currently play or have played with Lions since 2011, and as part of the Lions family, they also volunteer their time to keep things ticking over, as it should be with any successful Club such as Suburban Lions.
Obesity Surgery WA, who are a weight loss specialist medical practice that provides weight loss care, both surgical and non-surgical north and south of the river.
The medical practice is run by the Chandraratna family, who joined Riverside Lions in 2010 and then Suburban Lions following the merger.
Sons Tristan and Sebastian have both played junior and senior hockey since joining in 2010, with Mum Wendy also getting onboard, playing with the Metro 3 team for the last couple of seasons. Sebastian is additionally supporting the club by coaching both a junior boys team and a senior grass team.
Wendy said as a family it’s provided a great opportunity to spend time playing a sport they all love, as well as providing the opportunity for them to stay active while developing friendships with others in the local community.
Wendy added the opportunity to support the club is important to ensure that the club continues to grow and provides the same opportunities for others within our local community.