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NSW Pride v HC Melbourne Men’s Preview

Can Hockey Club Melbourne stop the formidable force that is the NSW Pride? All signals would say they face a momentous task but when it comes to cutthroat finals anything is possible. Six wins from as many starts, 32 goals scored and only five goals conceded – the NSW Pride have been head and shoulders above the rest of the co read more »

How to get around Sultana Bran Hockey One – Semi Finals

It’s finals time in the Sultana Bran Hockey One League! Here are all the ways to make sure you don’t miss any of the action.   After seven rounds and 42 matches, the final four have been decided across the men’s and women’s competitions. A place in the inaugural Sultana Bran Hockey One League Grand Final and the read more »

Semi-Final Match-Day Guide: NSW Pride vs HC Melbourne

With our NSW Pride Men finishing top of table after the regular season, they booked their spot in the semi-finals against the fourth-placed HC Melbourne this weekend. In the biggest and most important game of the year so far, our boys will battle it out for a spot in the inaugural Sultana Bran Hockey One Grand Final! Here is eve read more »

Semi Finals set for inaugural Sultana Bran Hockey One season

Semi Finals set for inaugural Sultana Bran Hockey One season The ticketing and match details for the Sultana Bran Hockey One 2019 Semi Finals have been released as the inaugural season draws closer to its exciting climax. Tickets for the Sultana Bran Hockey One 2019 Semi Finals will go on sale to club members in an exclusive read more »

Men’s Round 7 Review

NSW Pride stamped their claim as outright and deserved title favourites after dismantling the previously unbeaten Brisbane Blaze away from home, Tassie Tigers continued their impressive run, and bottom placed Adelaide Fire gave HC Melbourne an almighty scare. And the semi finalists for the inaugural Sultana Bran Hockey One seaso read more »

Women’s Round 7 Review

Adelaide Fire ruined HC Melbourne’s perfect season, Brisbane Blaze locked up a home semi final, while Canberra Chill snuck into the finals courtesy of the Tassie Tigers’ stunning win over the Perth Thundersticks. And the semi finalists for the inaugural Sultana Bran Hockey One season have been decided following a final round read more »

HC Melbourne secure finals berth

by Michael van Dorsser On an overcast day at the State Netball and Hockey Centre, saw HC Melbourne hosting Adelaide Fire in wet conditions. First it was the men narrowly beating Adelaide followed by the women with a buzzer shot to lead into a shootout. In the opening minutes HC Melbourne‘s men started on the front foot with 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 »

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 »

Whetton: You couldn’t have scripted it better

Brisbane Blaze and NSW Pride meet in a genuine top of the table blockbuster in the final round of the season and Blaze and Kookaburras midfielder Jake Whetton is as excited as anyone about it. Both the Blaze and Pride enter the final round undefeated and the way the Sultana Bran Hockey One schedule has panned out, you could not read more »