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How to get around Sultana Bran Hockey One – Round 3

Here are all the ways to stay across Round 3 of the Sultana Bran Hockey One League so you don’t miss any of the action.   This week’s three double headers come to you from Sydney, Perth, and for the first time this season - Adelaide.   NSW Pride get things going when they host the Tassie Tigers in Sydney o read more »

Match Day Guide: NSW Pride vs Tassie Tigers

Join us when we take on the Tassie Tigers in in Round Three clash at the Lion's Den this Saturday. The claws will be out in during the first ever #CatFight! Here is everything you need to know about our Round 3 match-day... THE BASICS Saturday 12th October 2019 Men's Match: 1:00pm Women's Match: 2:30pm Box Office Opens: read more »

Men’s Round 2 Review

Round 2 of the Sultana Bran Hockey One League men’s competition saw 19 goals across the three matches as NSW Pride, Tassie Tigers and Brisbane Blaze all displayed their title credentials. Amazingly, all three double headers in Round 2 saw the results split with one club winning the women’s match and the men’s match result read more »

Women’s Round 2 Review

Adelaide Fire, HC Melbourne and Canberra Chill all consolidated their victories from Round 1 on the weekend, when they took to the pitch for Round 2 of the Sultana Bran Hockey One League in the women's competition. Competition was fierce in all matches, with all three women's teams able to pull ahead and be two wins from two mat read more »

Mixed results for HC Melbourne in round 2

Round 2 of the Sultana Bran Hockey League provided a mix of results for Hockey Club Melbourne against Brisbane Blaze. HC Melbourne’s women’s team took a 1-0 win in the opening game at the State Hockey Netball Centre, before Brisbane Blaze’s men won 4-2. Captain Rach Lynch ensured the one goal lead was enough for HC Melbour 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 »

Sister act headlines Canberra Chill vs NSW games

Morning storms cleared but a Chill was still in the air at the National Hockey Centre Lyneham for two big games – the Canberra Chill verse the NSW Pride. The Canberra Chill had six players making the debut in front of a home crowd. The women’s game was close right from the first whistle. With five minutes to go in the first 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 »

How to get around Sultana Bran Hockey One – Round 2

It’s Round 2 of the Sultana Bran Hockey One League! Here are all the ways to stay across it so you don’t miss any of the action.   This week’s double-header matches hit Canberra, Hobart and Melbourne – the latter two hosting their first home matches of the season.   The action begins on Saturday, with read more »