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Sultana Bran Hockey One League 2021 Season put on hold

Season 2 of the Sultana Bran Hockey One League has been pushed back and will not begin as scheduled due to the current COVID situation in many parts of the country. The second season of Australia’s premier domestic men’s and women’s hockey competition was set to start on 1 October and run until mid November. However, th 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 »

Brisbane Blaze v Tassie Tigers Men’s Preview

An intriguing semi final awaits at Brisbane’s State Hockey Centre as the Brisbane Blaze take on Tassie Tigers for the chance to meet either NSW Pride or HC Melbourne in the season decider. The teams enter the finals with contrasting results from their most recent matches. The Blaze were humbled 5-0 by NSW Pride at home, while read more »

Tigers silence Thundersticks for historic double

The Tassie Tigers Women and Men have won on the same day for the first time since 2013, defeating the visiting Perth Thundersticks 5-3 and 4-0 respectively at the Tasmanian Hockey Centre in round 7 of the Sultana Bran Hockey One league. The occasion also marks the first time the Tasmanian women have recorded a win on home soil s read more »

Welch excited to have back issues behind him

When Jack Welch eventually looks back on his playing career, it is almost certain that he is going to remember 20 October 2019 as a telling moment in his hockey journey. This Sunday, six days out from his 22nd birthday, the Kookaburras squad memmber will make his long-awaited return to competitive hockey when he runs out for the read more »

Tigers ease into new league with first-up comfortable win against Fire

The Tassie Tigers men’s side have eased into the new Sultana Bran Hockey One league with a comfortable 5-1 win over Adelaide Fire in front of an appreciative home crowd at the Tasmanian Hockey Centre. It was the Tigers first game in the new national competition, having sat out round 1 with a bye, but they showed they’ll be a read more »

Fire burn Tigers with third-quarter thrust

The Adelaide Fire made it two wins from two matches with a comfortable 4-0 win away from home against the Tassie Tigers in Hobart, sending them temporarily top of the Sultana Bran Hockey One women's ladder. Round 2 of the new national league marked the first look at the Tassie Tigers franchise, who had a bye during round 1, and read more »

Ockenden and Tassie ready to turn it on

He had to watch the first round on Kayo but now Eddie Ockenden is gearing up to lead the Tassie Tigers in their first match of the season.   The Tassie Tigers had the bye in the opening round of the Sultana Bran Hockey One 2019 Season but they are ready to launch in as they host Adelaide Fire in a prime Saturday afternoo 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 »