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Brisbane Blaze v Adelaide Fire Women’s Preview

Only four points separated the Blaze and Fire at the end of the regular season and all indications suggest this Saturday’s second edition of the ‘inferno rivalry’ will be close again. The Blaze’s clinical execution at penalty corners proved the difference in a 4-2 result when the teams met back in Round 3. Brisbane have read more »

Thundersticks do the double over Fire

On Friday night the Adelaide Fire hosted the Perth Thundersticks at the State Hockey Centre in Adelaide in the second of three straight home games for the Fire. Women The match started well for the home team with the Fire controlling the play and creating a number of chances. Kate Denning was a rock in defence not allowing an read more »

Blaze do the double in inferno rivalry

Women’s Review The Brisbane Blaze travelled to the State Hockey Centre in Adelaide to take on the top of the ladder Adelaide Fire in the third round of the Sultana Bran Hockey One League with both teams having several players unavailable due to national commitments. The Adelaide Fire started the match strongly constantly pu read more »

Adelaide Fire – Squad Announcement

Congratulations to all players who have been selected for the 2019 Adelaide Fire Men & Women's Squad!  We couldn't be happier with both squads, who are #FiredUp and ready to go! #H1League #AdelaideFireH1 Here is the 2019 squad for the Adelaide Fire: read more »

Hockey One Teams release memberships

Teams competing in Australia’s new national hockey competition, the Hockey One League, have today released memberships, giving fans the chance to support their favourite team. Seven new teams, each with a men’s and a women’s playing squad, will be competing in the League with home teams from all states and territories asid read more »

New national hockey league to play across Australia in a 48 game schedule

The fixture for Australia's new national hockey competition, Hockey One League, has been released, revealing a 49-day season with 21 double header home and away event days plus finals. The league will feature Australia's best hockey players competing in Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide, Canberra, Hobart, Brisbane, and Sydney. The crea read more »