Category: Perth Thundersticks

Perth Thundersticks announce extended squads for 2021

Hockey WA is proud to announce the men's and women's Perth Thundersticks squads for 2021 after the successful completion of the second Ric Charlesworth Classic. The Thundersticks, WA's senior state hockey franchise competing in the Sultana Bran Hockey One League, commence their campaigns on Saturday, 2 October at Perth Hockey St read more »

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 »

Buckley: We know what is at stake

For the Perth Thundersticks Women’s team heading into their final round clash against the Tassie Tigers the scenario to finish in the top four is simple – win and they are in. Saturday’s match against the bottom of the table Tassie Tigers is a make-or-break contest for the girls from the west and captain Jemma Buckley know read more »

Big partner for a massive day of hockey in Perth

Fortescue Metals Group have been announced as the game day partner for this Saturday’s Sultana Bran Hockey One games featuring the Perth Thundersticks followed by a crucial, must-win Olympic Qualifier between the Hockeyroos and Russia for entry into the upcoming 2020 Tokyo games. Hockey WA CEO Stu Gilsenan said “the rare c read more »

Perth Thundersticks men fall; women get the win versus Canberra Chill

By Russell Reid Perth Thundersticks let a golden opportunity slip in an exciting 4-3 men’s Hockey One loss to Canberra Chill at Perth Hockey Stadium on Saturday October 12. The women’s game too was decided by a penalty shootout, Perth holding on for a determined 2-1 win against Canberra. It was the Thundersticks second read more »

Thundersticks promote inclusion at season opener

A group of Inclusion athletes showcased their hockey skills prior to the inaugural Perth Thundersticks games in the new Sultana Bran Hockey One League matches at Perth Hockey Stadium last Sunday. 16 Athletes came together to demonstrate their hockey talent in the Inclusion match. “Inclusive Hockey has provided great outcom read more »

Thundersticks pipped at the post in openers

Mitchell Woodcock The West Australian Sunday, 29 September 2019 7:19PM Perth Thundersticks had two narrow losses to Hockey Club Melbourne to start their Hockey One campaigns at the Perth Hockey Stadium today. Melbourne’s Madi Ratcliffe was the star in the women’s game, scoring with 22 seconds left and converting the extr read more »

Thundersticks Men fall short in opening game

Perth Thunderstick’s men missed out on a dream start to the Sultana Bran Hockey One League when they lost 4-5 to Hockey Club Melbourne, at Perth Hockey Stadium on Sunday. The Thundersticks made the perfect start to the match opening the scoring in the seventh minute. Good work down the left-hand side by Tim Geers saw his pass read more »

All power but no glory for the Thundersticks Women

The Perth Thundersticks women’s team looked set for a shoot-out to decide their opening match of the Sultana Bran Hockey One League, but that was snatched away from them by a Madi Ratcliffe goal with 22 seconds left on the clock, that assured Hockey Club Melbourne of victory. The Melbourne side came out in the first quarter an read more »

Thundersticks announce Men’s Squad

WA’s newest national team have announced their final men’s squad ahead of the new Hockey One competition starting in Perth on Sunday September 29. The men’s squad includes five national players expected to feature in the upcoming Tokyo Olympics. Jake Harvie, Tyler Lovell, Trent Mitton, Tom Wickham and Aran Zalewski make read more »