Category: Adelaide Fire

Hockey One League set to explore expansion

Hockey One League (Hockey One, H1) has today launched a process to test the market interest for potential new franchise by inviting any interested party to respond to an Invitation for Expression of Interest (EOI). The Hockey One League was conceived in 2019 to replace the Australian Hockey League, with the first season played i read more »

Defending champions enter finals full of steam

NSW Pride have roared to claim both top spots of the women’s and men’s JDH Hockey One League tables with a pair of victories over the Adelaide Fire on a night where the results were overshadowed by breathtaking goals from international stars Tom Craig, Blake Govers and Grace Stewart. NSW Pride Women were forced to hold off a read more »

Makeup of top four to go down to the wire in Final Round

The final weekend of the JDH Hockey One League 2023 regular season is guaranteed to be full of drama and intrigue as teams vie for positions in the all-important top four and stamp their ticket to the Finals Main Event. The most significant women’s match is between HC Melbourne and Canberra Chill tomorrow night at Melbourne Sp read more »

Adelaide Fire enjoy memorable double as Tassie falter

Adelaide Fire Men have kept themselves in finals contention with a stellar 3-1 win over the Tassie Tigers, before the Fire Women ensured they would finish the JDH Hockey One League 2023 Season above their Tasmanian counterparts thanks to a come from behind 2-1 victory in Hobart tonight. The men’s result was Adelaide Fire’s s read more »

Permutations aplenty in penultimate round of JDH Hockey One League

Three finals spots are up for grabs in both the women’s and men’s competitions heading into the second last round of the JDH Hockey One League 2023 Season. Heading into the penultimate round, every men’s team is in contention to qualify for the Finals Main Event, while there are four teams vying for three places in the wom read more »

Perth Thundersticks secure crucial victories over Adelaide Fire

The Perth Thundersticks Women’s and Men’s teams will return home with precious points after outlasting Adelaide Fire at MATE Stadium in the final double header of Round 5 of the JDH Hockey One League 2023 Season. The Thundersticks Women became the first team to cement their place at this year’s Finals Main Event as they re read more »

Jillaroo on Fire in second JDH Hockey One season

Time is of the essence for Adelaide Fire women’s team as they face a regular season ‘final’ against the top of the table Perth Thundersticks at home on Sunday. With three rounds to go and coming off the bye, Adelaide Fire must start winning to be any chance of featuring at the business end. One key figure integral to th read more »

Season defining match ups highlight Round 5 of JDH Hockey One League

The race for spots in the all-important top four is heating up as Round 5 of the JDH Hockey One League 2023 Season gets underway tomorrow night with HC Melbourne hosting Brisbane Blaze. With teams securing five points for a win and goal difference proving a decisive factor, things can change rapidly. Eight points currently separ read more »

Double shootout glory for Canberra Chill over Adelaide Fire

Canberra Chill have doused the Adelaide Fire on their home patch, emerging victorious in back-to-back penalty shootout wins after both the men’s and women’s contests ended 2-2 at the end of regulation time. The women’s shootout saw opposing goalkeepers Sarah Steinhart (Chill) and Amy Hammond (Fire) both mark their respecti read more »

Holland and Fire Men full of belief after breakthrough win

Twelve matches. Twelve losses. That was the record for the Adelaide Fire men’s team entering the JDH Hockey One League 2023 Season. This year’s campaign then started with a 10-2 loss to a rampant Brisbane Blaze in and it looked like it could be another tough season for the South Australian side. However, their 13th straig read more »