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Flynn Ogilvie

A Commonwealth Games gold medallist and member of the Kookaburras since 2014, Flynn Ogilvie is no stranger to the spotlight. The Wollongong local will therefore not be shy when he steps up to the Hockey One challenge this September. He made his Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020. He was part of the 2019 Pride Men's team that won the inaug read more »

Dylan Martin

Dylan Martin made his senior debut in the former NSW Waratahs squad in 2018 and is set to make his return in 2019 for the NSW Pride’s first Hockey One season. Notably, he assisted the NSW Under 21s team win gold at the 2019 Australian Championships and was one of the top goal scorers at the tournament. He made his Olympic debut a read more »

Kurt Lovett

Hailing from Parkes, Lovett is another experienced hockey player joining the Pride. Having played in the former Australian Hockey League for several years he’ll be a force to be reckoned with this September. He is currently a member of the Kookaburras. He was part of the 2019 Pride Men's team that won the inaugural Hockey One lea read more »

Ehren Hazell

Ehren Hazell is the young gun of the squad with a series of accomplishments already linked to his name. In 2017, the Tamworth local represented Australian in the U21s squad at the Sultan of Johor Cup and won the Junior Male Indoor Player of the Year at the Hockey NSW Awards Night. He recently followed up his success with a gold med read more »

Jacob Anderson

Represented Queensland from U13 – Current Queensland Blades 2018 Gold Medallist, 2017 Silver Medallist Kookaburras Team (2018-current) Notable Achievements and Career highlights • A hattrick scored in the semi final against Great Britain during Pro-League 2019 • Winning Gold at the 2018 AHL • Winning gold in the i read more »

Jack Hayes

Jack Hayes has played at the national opens level for just over 5 years as a member of the NSW side. All this hard work finally paid off when he got the call in 2019 to step up to the international stage as a member of the Kookaburras. He was part of the 2019 Pride Men's team that won the inaugural Hockey One league. read more »

Sam Gray

Gray made his debut at the national opens levels in 2018 when he played for the former NSW Waratahs. Notably, he was a vital member of the gold medal men’s team at the Under 21s Australian Championships earlier this year. He was part of the 2019 Pride Men's team that won the inaugural Hockey One league. read more »

Blake Govers

One of the top goal scorers in the country, Blake Govers is certainly as formidable as his older brother and former Kookaburra Kieran Govers. His impressive performance at the 2015 World League, where he was awarded top goal scorer of the tournament, lead to his call up to the national team. He attended the 2016 Rio Olympics & read more »

Hayden Dillon

Hayden Dillon was a member of the extended NSW Waratahs squad last year which went on to the finals of the 2018 AHL series. He was also a member of the U21s National Squad that played in the Sultan of Johor Cup in 2017. He was part of the 2019 Pride Men's team that won the inaugural Hockey One league. read more »

Matthew Dawson

Matthew Dawson is one of the best hockey payers in the country right now. The list of his achievements speaks for itself and the Pride couldn’t be in more capable form with Dawson in the squad. He has over 150 caps for the Kookaburras national team and was a defender in the 2016 Rio and Tokyo 2020 Olympic Team. He was part of the read more »