Indoor Field Hockey Clinic

Mollie Williams, Head of Middle School, will be offering a winter indoor field hockey clinic for Middle School girls on Sundays in January and February. Field hockey is one of the oldest sports in the world.  You can find evidence that Egyptians played a sport very similar to modern day field hockey as long as 4,000 years ago.  There are several key differences between indoor field hockey and outdoor field hockey.

Field Size

Team Size




Between 40-50 yards long and 22 yards wide

5-6 players

Lighter and more flexible. Made for a faster surface

More like ice hockey–use of sideboards for passing


100 yards long; 60 yards wide

16 players

Made of hardwood or composite for power

More spread out. No use of sideboards.


There is a $50 fee for the entire clinic, payable by check, made out to:

St. Michael’s Country Day School
Attn: Mollie Williams
180 Rhode Island Avenue
Newport, RI 02840


Participants must come with the proper equipment. All players must have an outdoor field hockey stick, shin guards, a mouth guard, and a water bottle. All of these items can be found on Amazon.

Space is limited, players will be accepted on a first come; first served basis.  Pre-registration and Payment are required to secure a spot in the clinic.  

Mollie Williams
Middle School Head
401-849-5970 ext 308

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