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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 »

Round 6 preview

The inaugural Sultana Bran Hockey One League season is entering crunch time and this weekend’s penultimate round will have significant bearing on who will still be standing when it counts. After a huge double round last weekend a number of teams made their move, while for others it left their top four finals aspirations hangin read more »

How to get around Sultana Bran Hockey One – Round 6

It’s the penultimate round of the Sultana Bran Hockey One League so don’t miss a minute of the action. With top-four spots still up for grabs across both the men’s and women’s competitions, many of this weekend’s matches will be high-stakes contests. Round 6 begins with Adelaide Fire playing host to Canberra Chill o read more »

Men’s Round 4 and 5 Review

The Sultana Bran Hockey One League double round produced goals galore as two teams stamped their dominance in the men’s competition. There were a mammoth 78 goals scored across the weekend’s 12 matches, including a 10-5 result between HC Melbourne and Canberra Chill’s men’s teams, as Round 4 and Round 5 was played within th read more »

Women’s Round 4 and 5 Review

On the women’s side HC Melbourne and Brisbane Blaze were the big movers in Rounds 4 and 5 of the Sultana Bran Hockey One League. HC Melbourne and Brisbane Blaze shot to the top two spots on the ladder after both teams notched up back-to-back victories while at the other end of the ledger, the Tassie Tigers are still searching read more »

Undefeated and beaten against NSW Pride

Round 5 was a story of two polar opposites on Sunday as HC Melbourne took on NSW Pride at Sydney Olympic Park. The women continued their undefeated streak while the men were dissected by a faster and more dynamic NSW Pride team. The women started defiantly after a strong win on Friday night against Canberra Chill. Amy Lawton was read more »

Blaze bolstered by home crowd against Thundersticks

It was a sunny and sweltering day at the State Hockey Centre, which saw the Blaze host their second home games against the Perth Thundersticks. The women’s game was tough with both teams putting it all on the line. Blaze Captain Ash Fey scored a penalty corner at the end of the first quarter taking the score to 1-0. The second read more »

Thundersticks do the double over Fire

On Friday night the Adelaide Fire hosted the Perth Thundersticks at the State Hockey Centre in Adelaide in the second of three straight home games for the Fire. Women The match started well for the home team with the Fire controlling the play and creating a number of chances. Kate Denning was a rock in defence not allowing an read more »

Naomi Evans with the winning touch again  

Women’s: Canberra Chill 2 def Tassie Tigers 1 Men’s: Tassie Tiger 6 def Canberra Chill 2   After two rounds away the Canberra Chill were back at home to take on the Tassie Tigers in two must win games. The women were up first and after a toughly contested first quarter the score was 0-0. Early in the second qua read more »