Category: Canberra Chill

Sultana Bran Hockey One League 2021 Season put on hold

Season 2 of the Sultana Bran Hockey One League has been pushed back and will not begin as scheduled due to the current COVID situation in many parts of the country. The second season of Australia’s premier domestic men’s and women’s hockey competition was set to start on 1 October and run until mid November. However, th read more »

Oikawa and Ockenden claim MVP honours

A Japanese international and one of Kookaburras’ co-captains have been named the Sultana Bran Hockey One League 2019 Women’s and Men’s MVPs. Canberra Chill defender Shihori Oikawa edged out Hockey Club Melbourne pair Amy Lawton and Madi Ratcliffe, and Brisbane Blaze’s Ashlea Fey to win the women’s top individual prize. read more »

HC Melbourne v Canberra Chill Women’s Preview

Canberra Chill find themselves heading south for a do-or-die showdown against the top of the table HC Melbourne and will be keen to make the most of their lucky fortune that saw them cling onto fourth spot. With the bye in the final round of the season, the Chill could only sit and watch anxiously as Perth Thundersticks needed t read more »

Naomi Evans with the winning touch again  

Women’s: Canberra Chill 2 def Tassie Tigers 1 Men’s: Tassie Tiger 6 def Canberra Chill 2   After two rounds away the Canberra Chill were back at home to take on the Tassie Tigers in two must win games. The women were up first and after a toughly contested first quarter the score was 0-0. Early in the second qua read more »

Winning now the only option on Sunday for Canberra Chill

Round four of the inaugural Hockey One League has come and gone with the Canberra Chill Men’s and Women’s sides suffering losses at the sticks of HC Melbourne. Women: HC Melbourne 2 def Canberra Chill 0 Men: HC Melbourne 10 def Canberra Chill 5   In the women’s match Canberra held possession for most of the game an read more »

Sister act headlines Canberra Chill vs NSW games

Morning storms cleared but a Chill was still in the air at the National Hockey Centre Lyneham for two big games – the Canberra Chill verse the NSW Pride. The Canberra Chill had six players making the debut in front of a home crowd. The women’s game was close right from the first whistle. With five minutes to go in the first read more »

Match Report: Canberra Chill vs Brisbane Blaze

Women: Canberra Chill 2 (3) defeat Brisbane Blaze 2 (2) Men: Brisbane Blaze 4 defeat Canberra Chill 1 The sun was shining in Canberra for round one of the inaugural Hockey One season– and the Canberra Chill were ready to take on the Brisbane Blaze in front of a chilled out home crowd. Game one saw the women battle it out read more »

Canberra Chill Memberships now on sale!

Foundation Canberra Chill memberships are now on sale! Be apart of the inaugural Hockey One season and cheer the Chill to victory. Membership options: Gold membership: Undercover, reserved tickets in the MacKinnon grandstand to all three Canberra Chill home games at the National Hockey Centre, Lyneham. Membership pa read more »

Canberra Chill announces final teams

The Canberra Chill have today announced their final teams and coaching staff for the inaugural Hockey One league. The final teams of 20 athletes were selected from an initial training group of 30. Canberra Chill High Performance Director, Ben Bishop said “some tough decisions were made but we are confident in the final squads 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 »