Category: Hockey Club Melbourne

HC Melbourne make Chill history

Round 4 was a valiant performance from Hockey Club Melbourne as they took on Canberra Chill under the Friday night lights. HC Melbourne’s women’s team took a 2-0 win in the opening game to continue their undefeated streak, while the men made the record books defeating Canberra Chill 10-5. In what was a fiery contest at the S read more »

Mixed results for HC Melbourne in round 2

Round 2 of the Sultana Bran Hockey League provided a mix of results for Hockey Club Melbourne against Brisbane Blaze. HC Melbourne’s women’s team took a 1-0 win in the opening game at the State Hockey Netball Centre, before Brisbane Blaze’s men won 4-2. Captain Rach Lynch ensured the one goal lead was enough for HC Melbour read more »

Hockey Club Melbourne shock Perth Thundersticks

A scorching 30-degree day at Perth Hockey Stadium saw the Perth Thundersticks take on Hockey Club Melbourne in the Round 1 of the inaugural Sultana Bran Hockey One League. Following two convincing wins, Hockey Club Melbourne teams are now sitting on top of the ladder (Women) and second (Men). The Men matched the steaming conditi read more »

One lucky junior member will win a brand-new Vuly Play trampoline!

Participating in hockey is a fantastic way to stay fit, make new friends and have fun! Best of all, hockey is an inclusive sport that can be enjoyed by anyone and everyone! Hockey Victoria is proud to offer a variety of ways to be engaged, that’s suitable from ages 5 up and for all levels of ability. As part of our continued com 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 »