- Premier League
- Premier League Reserves
- Pennant A
- Pennant B
- Pennant E
- Pennant F
- Metro B
In 1969, two school levers from Mount Waverley High School decided to form a Women’s Hockey team. It consisted of mostly schoolgirls and they were entered in the lowest grade of competition. In their first season they finished fourth on the ladder. For their first year in a competitive competition, this result was very good. Due to high demand around the women’s unit, a second team was entered 1970 and a third in 1972. Players from local and far suburbs decided to join the Waverley Women’s Unit.
In 1972 the club saw their first ever premiership. The success around the club saw more and more players joining and a fourth team was added in 1974. It didn’t stop there. In 1976 another 2 teams were added, taking the unit to be represented by 6 different teams, with all different skill levels.
In 1985, Waverley Hockey Club saw the Women’s Unit reach the top grade in State League 1 for the first time. Since then the Waverley Women’s Unit has held their position in this competitive division, seeing premierships in the years of 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2005, 2007 and 2010.
Now, 51 years down the track, the club is being represented in 6 different divisions and still welcoming players of all skill levels.