A brief description of trophies named after key people and families who have contributed to the Junior Club is provided here.
+ B. & J. Holley Cup for Club Spirit
Bob & Jeanette were long time administrators of the St Lukes Hockey club and were the ones to get Auckland Hockey to allow kids to play games across the field. Bob is a Life Member of the club, with his son Steve with his wife Laurene, having run the Junior club for eight years.
+ The C.H. Enderby Trophy for Sportsmanship
The Enderby family were heavily involved in the St Lukes Hockey Club as players and administrators.
+ M. Patel Cup for Most Improved Junior
Mohan started playing with St Lukes as a junior and continued through to represent New Zealand at the 1976 Montreal Olympics where he won a gold medal with another well known SLAM player, Ramesh Patel, who also started as a junior with St Lukes.
+ Mahendra & Julia Unka Cup
Mahendra, brother of Ramesh Patel, started playing with St Lukes as a junior. He has played and coached at senior representative levels for different regions in New Zealand and was a key supporter in growing the SLAM Juniors to the level it is today. He still is involved as a player and administrator, while Julia has recently moved from playing to coaching after a large number of years also in administrative roles. Both are life members of the club.
+ Bob Cameron Cup
This cup was donated by the Holloway family who with their son, Logan, were part of the first team (and only team) that SLAM entered in the Juniors in 2008. They were key to helping grow and develop the club to the point of where it is today. Bob Cameron was a relative who was actually part of the formation of the St Lukes Hockey Club after the first world war in 1913.
+ John & Jane O'Neill Trophy
John and Jane built a whole satellite of the SLAM Juniors out at Beachlands, growing it from just one or two players to 4 or 5 teams and were key contributors to the growth of the SLAM Juniors to get it to where it is today. John coached, was on the committee and also played, while Jane was on the committee and ran summer hockey for juniors for many years.
+ The Robertson Trophy
The Robertson family were a key part of St Lukes Hockey Club when it was one of the strongest clubs in Auckland, as both players and coaches.
+ Allyson Gofton & Warwick Kiely Cup
Allyson and Warwick became part of the club in the early days of when we were rebuilding it and contributed in so many ways, as administrators, donors, and through Allyson allowing us to leverage her celebrity chef status for the benefit of the club. Their two kids continue to play for the club today.
+ C. & A. Brown Family Cup
Chad and Alison became part of the club in the early days of when we were rebuilding it and contributed in both coaching and administrator roles, especially with Alison helping drive up the numbers of juniors playing and facilitating fund raising activities. Their two kids continue to play for the club today.
+ Hayde Cup
The Hayde family have had a large history with the club from the St Lukes days with brothers representing their province and country. Haydes continue to represent New Zealand, but are mostly based at the Harewood club in Christchurch now.
+ Dawson Cup
Mike and Julia became part of the club in the early days of when we were rebuilding it and contributed in both coaching and andministrative roles. Their two kids played for the juniors for a number of years.
+ The Pat Leaver Trophy
The Leaver family were instrumental in the formation of SLAM from the merger of St Lukes and Albertians Mangere, with Pat supporting her husband Win Leaver who played and coached, and her three boys, Derek, Mark and Brett, all who played at the top level - with Mark and Brett representing New Zealand.