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Pride Men roar while Women falter against HC Melbourne

The NSW Pride men kept their incredible unbeaten streak intact with a dominant win over Hockey Club Melbourne at Sydney Olympic Park this afternoon. The performance was a stark contrast to that of their female counterparts earlier in the day, who went down to a clinical Melbourne team. A three goal-haul to Kurt Lovett, a brace f read more »

HC Melbourne make Chill history

Round 4 was a valiant performance from Hockey Club Melbourne as they took on Canberra Chill under the Friday night lights. HC Melbourne’s women’s team took a 2-0 win in the opening game to continue their undefeated streak, while the men made the record books defeating Canberra Chill 10-5. In what was a fiery contest at the S read more »

Winning now the only option on Sunday for Canberra Chill

Round four of the inaugural Hockey One League has come and gone with the Canberra Chill Men’s and Women’s sides suffering losses at the sticks of HC Melbourne. Women: HC Melbourne 2 def Canberra Chill 0 Men: HC Melbourne 10 def Canberra Chill 5   In the women’s match Canberra held possession for most of the game an read more »

Match Day Guide: NSW Pride vs HC Melbourne

It's the last home game for the NSW Pride this Sunday at Sydney Olympic Park and we're taking on Hockey Club Melbourne in the #BattleOfTheBorder! Bragging rights are on the line and so are some all-important points. There's lots on the line for both teams, so make sure to be and show your support. Here is everything you need to 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 »

Round 4 preview

The Sultana Bran Hockey One League ramps up this weekend with an epic double round that will see 12 matches across three days in five cities. Round 4 will be played tomorrow night (Friday 18 October) with matches in Brisbane, Adelaide and Melbourne, followed by the three Round 5 fixtures on Sunday to be held in Canberra, Sydney read more »

How to get around Sultana Bran Hockey One – Round 4 & 5

Here are all the ways to stay across this weekend’s blockbuster double round of the Sultana Bran Hockey One League. With no less than six double-headers across Friday and Sunday, there’s plenty of hockey action to fill your weekend. On Friday night, Brisbane Blaze host their first home game of the season when the Tassie T read more »

Men’s Round 3 Review

The NSW Pride and Brisbane Blaze have maintained their unblemished starts to the inaugural Sultana Bran Hockey One season following solid wins in Round 3. But it was some exceptional individual performances, from Pride forward Blake Govers and Blaze’s Joel Rintala, that created the big talking points. The duo both scored four read more »

Women’s Round 3 Review

An amazing five goal haul from Abby Wilson has sparked the NSW Pride to its first win of season, while the Perth Thundersticks and Brisbane Blaze also broke through for maiden victories. With each team’s Hockeyroos representatives unavailable due to the national team’s preparations for the upcoming Olympic qualifiers against read more »

Blaze do the double in inferno rivalry

Women’s Review The Brisbane Blaze travelled to the State Hockey Centre in Adelaide to take on the top of the ladder Adelaide Fire in the third round of the Sultana Bran Hockey One League with both teams having several players unavailable due to national commitments. The Adelaide Fire started the match strongly constantly pu read more »