Category: NSW Pride

Pride and Fire encounter a historic Govers brothers showdown

While Saturday’s final round men’s clash between NSW Pride and Adelaide Fire has team wide permutations for both, there is a unique piece of family history that will be made. For the first time in their collective playing history, brothers Blake and Kieran Govers are set to come up against each other on the pitch. With 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 »

NSW Pride all fired up to take on Adelaide

This Saturday marks NSW Pride’s last home match of the season and provides a chance for NSW fans to get behind the team and send them off into the 2023 JDH Hockey One final series next weekend in style. This double header will also be the last chance for NSW fans to watch our Kookaburra and Hockeyroos players in action before the read more »

Defending champions send a statement in the west

The NSW Pride have stormed the Perth Hockey Stadium at Curtin University to claim a pair of 3-1 victories against gallant Perth Thundersticks sides, as the respective men’s and women’s JDH Hockey One League top four continues to take shape. The NSW Pride Men maintained their unbeaten title defence in defeating a fast-finishi 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 »

NSW Pride make it a Pride round to savour against Tassie Tigers

NSW Pride have celebrated ‘Pride in Pride’ round with two contrasting victories, with the men’s side prevailing in a shootout against the Tassie Tigers after scores were locked 1-1 at full time, while the Pride Women stamped their dominance against the hapless visitors 8-1. A sudden death shootout save from star keeper Ash read more »

Tigers nursing broken paws: The biggest stories to watch in Round 5

By KATE ALLMAN Casualty ward: four Tassie Tigers nursing broken hands It’s almost a rite of passage to cop a whack to the hand at some point in a hockey player’s career. However, it’s probably less than usual for four players in a single franchise to be suffering severe hand injuries at the same time. Far less in a s 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 »

Hockey One enjoys record crowds – Can we beat it this week?

It has been a terrific start to the 2023 JDH Hockey One season with bumper crowds attending matches across the country and enjoying some thrilling hockey action. Last weekend our NSW Pride men’s and women’s team journeyed to the nation’s capital to take on Canberra Chill in front of a parochial crowd of over 2,000 territorian read more »

Canberra Chill and NSW Pride turn it on in front of record crowd

A record JDH Hockey One League crowd has witnessed Canberra Chill Women and NSW Pride Men prevail in a high octane double header at the National Hockey Centre. In front of a record attendance of 2,282, the women’s match was a case of the Evans show as sisters Mikayla and Naomi Evans both struck twice to help Canberra Chill to read more »