As a club with such a rich history in hockey, the previous Old Ed’s women’s team were made up of several national and provincial players, the ladies side of 2017 were looking forward to proving their worth.
Under fantastic leadership of the committee, the Old Ed’s ladies side began the season with a 9-0 victory. 
The start was indicative of the season ahead. After finishing second in the league, with only two losses throughout the season, including playoffs, the team was promoted. 
After boasting a squad of sixteen, all of whom added to the tally of seventy six goals scored in eighteen games, we say goodbye to Sam Thorne, the intrepid manager and forward as well as to Natalie Duligal, who was awarded the Most Improved Player of the 2017 season.
Looking to continue Old Ed’s  fine form in hockey in 2018 and as well as spearheading a movement where the club offers places to energetic school girls and seasoned hockey players, we hope to grow the ladies side into a big enough squad where we can host two sides; one competing in the second league and one in the fourth league.