Category: NSW Pride

The biggest Hockey One stories heading into Round 4

By KATE ALLMAN The JDH Hockey One League merry-go-round of ins and outs is spinning fast this week. An international series will pull young stars from club ranks, and the NSW Pride men ring the changes for their mid-season clash in Canberra. Plus, your first glimpse at a special Pride round in week five. These are the bigg read more »

Shootout triumph for HC Melbourne Women as Pride Men run riot

An epic penalty shootout win by HC Melbourne Women has been somewhat overshadowed by a record JDH Hockey One League score from a dominant NSW Pride who steamrolled the visiting men’s side 11-2 in front of nearly 1,500 fans at Sydney Olympic Park. The women’s contest was a real nailbiter as both sides traded opportunities in read more »

Nobbs ready to defend NSW Pride title

Kaitlin Nobbs is no stranger to pressure. With a hockey CV that includes two Commonwealth Games and an Olympic Games, she knows what it takes to perform at the highest level. Genetics and family guidance help too. Her father Michael Nobbs is a 1984 Olympian, her mother Lee Capes is a gold medallist from Seoul 1988 and her uncle read more »

Opportunities for teams to stake their claim in Round 3

Two rounds in and the JDH Hockey One League 2023 Season is in full swing ahead of a massive Round 3 of fascinating double header fixtures. The Tassie Tigers welcome the Perth Thundersticks to the Tasmanian Hockey Centre tomorrow night to start the round. Coming off the bye, Hockeyroos defender Penny Squibb will make her first read more »

Get behind your NSW Pride this weekend

What a way to start our 2023 JDH Hockey One campaign and title defense as both our women and men’s teams had emphatic wins over the Brisbane Blaze in Brisbane last Saturday night. In front of a record Hockey One crowd of 1600 fans at the Queensland State Hockey Centre our teams put the rest of the competition on notice as our read more »

NSW Pride’s dominance continues into 2023 Season

The defending champions silenced a franchise record crowd of over 1,600 in Brisbane with hot starts from both NSW Pride sides stunning the Brisbane Blaze. The reigning women’s title holders picked up right where they left off last season with Makayla Jones finding ex-Canberra Chill star Laura Reid for a simple finish after sev read more »

State of origin rivalries headline Round 2 of JDH Hockey One League

Two fierce and traditional interstate sporting rivalries will reignite in Round 2 of the JDH Hockey One League this weekend. The longstanding cross border rivalry between Victoria and South Australia will be on full display when HC Melbourne host Adelaide Fire at Melbourne Sports Centre – Parkville tomorrow night to start the read more »

Changes to NSW Pride squads ahead of opening match

NSW Pride teams are set to start their title defence this weekend against Brisbane Blaze in both our Men and Women’s first match of the 2023 JDH Hockey One League season, after having the bye for round one. Due to injury there is a change to the Pride Women’s squad with Courtney Schonell now unavailable for the season and wi read more »

The 2023 JDH Hockey One League – The Teams, The Players, Their Prospects

The signing of an Indian superstar, a new naming rights sponsor and hot competition over Australian Olympic selection is whipping hockey fans into a fever as the Hockey One League returns in 2023.  The eight-week spectacle of world class men’s and women’s hockey double headers across the country is further set to explode af read more »