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Five Thundersticks in Women’s National Development Squad

Author: Nic Kerber/Thursday, 5 December 2019/Categories: Hockey Australia News, Hockeyroos The Hockeyroos continuation as a force in world hockey is looking bright following the announcement of the Women’s National Development Squad (NDS) for 2020. An 18-athlete squad has been finalised by the selection panel, ten of which 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 »

Women’s Grand Final Preview

A solitary goal from HC Melbourne striker Laura Desmet decided the result in the teams’ previous encounter back in Round 2, and with both teams boasting the best attacks and stingiest defences in the competition, one mistake or moment of brilliance could again be the difference. Tickets are available through Ticketek and both ma read more »

Men’s Grand Final Preview

NSW Pride and Brisbane Blaze have been head and shoulders above the rest this season and will fittingly square off in a mouth-watering showdown that will feature 12 current members of the world number one ranked Kookaburras and a host of outstanding local talent. Tickets are available through Ticketek and both matches will be broa read more »

How to get around Sultana Bran Hockey One – Grand Finals

It’s time for the big dance in the Sultana Bran Hockey One League! Here are all the ways to get around Saturday’s Grand Final double header.   Both the Men’s and Women’s Grand Finals are sure to be exhilarating contests, and whoever lifts the trophy will have certainly earned their title as inaugural Sultana Bran read more »

Melbourne to host inaugural grand final

The ticketing and match details for the Sultana Bran Hockey One 2019 Grand Final have been released as the inaugural season comes to its exciting climax. The Sultana Bran Hockey One 2019 Grand Finals will be played as a double header at the State Netball and Hockey Centre in Melbourne on Saturday 16 November 2019. Tickets for read more »

HC Melbourne Men bow out with pride

It was a David and Goliath battle with the HC Melbourne men up against a star studded and undefeated NSW Pride. NSW continued their dominance while HC Melbourne matched their press until a goal scoring third term split the game wide open. In what was a fiercely contested opening half that saw NSW Pride and HC Melbourne only spli read more »

Men’s Semi Final Review

The inaugural Sultana Bran Hockey One League grand finalists have been determined, with the top two women’s and men’s teams to go head to head in the season deciders. The Brisbane Blaze will feature in the Sultana Bran Men’s Grand Final when they come up against the unbeaten NSW Pride at the State Netball and Hockey Centre read more »

Women’s Semi Final Review

The inaugural Sultana Bran Hockey One League grand finalists have been determined, with the top two women’s and men’s teams to go head to head in the season deciders. Minor Premiers Hockey Club Melbourne will take on Brisbane Blaze in the Sultana Bran Women’s Grand Final, to be played as a double header at the State Netba read more »

Melbourne Chill Canberra in Semi Shootout

Canberra Chill found themselves in Melbourne at a do-or-die showdown against the top of the table HC Melbourne in what was a fitting semi-final. Canberra had clearly done their homework and matched HC Melbourne’s press but the game came down to a battle of the goalkeepers. It was HC Melbourne who was favoured by fortune and came read more »