|Director of Hockey||Shane Paull|
|Director of Finance||Brad Giles|
|Director of Competition||Vacant|
|Director of Development||Matt Waller|
|Director of Administration||Kevin Casanova|
|Director of Junior Development||Toni Ford|
|Director of Communications & Promotion||Ally Smart|
|Child Safe Officer||Anne-Marie Hammond|
Ravendale Community Sports Centre with Tasman Football Club and the Port Lincoln Hockey Association
After viewing the sporting facilities at Mount Gambier, the Port Lincoln City Council decided to investigate the possibility of creating such a centre a the ‘run down’ Ravendale Ovals. The only permanent sporting club at Ravendale was The Port Lincoln Hockey Association.
Although the ovals were used for football, cricket and by the Show Society. Ideas were thrown about, and expressions of interest were sort. The Hockey Association wanted to improve their facilities, but needed a partner to create a social club building. The Tasman Football Club was looking at ways to ensure it’s future and had it’s clubrooms on the market to consolidate their finances. Tasman’s jumped at the chance to be involved in the new project and looked forward to having clubrooms situated at an oval for the first time. A steering committee was formed by The Port Lincoln Hockey Association and The Tasman Football Club with it’s first official meeting being held on the 14th October, 2002. Within three months The Ravendale Community Sports Centre was formed and work began in earnest to get the project under way. Despite many stumbling blocks, everything went ahead and the premises opened on the 2nd June, 2006 with the financial assistance of the Federal, State and Local government authorities.