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Match ups confirmed for 2023 Finals Main Event

The stage is set for an enthralling crescendo to the JDH Hockey One League 2023 Season this weekend following the confirmation of the tantalising match ups for the women’s and men’s semi finals. All roads lead to Canberra as the top four men’s and women’s teams prepare to compete in the Finals Main Event on 25-26 Novembe read more »

Chill Women qualify as HC Melbourne Men do their bit

Canberra Chill has secured the last women’s finals spot, while HC Melbourne Men did what they needed to do to give themselves every chance of progressing to the Main Event on a dramatic night of the JDH Hockey One League. HC Melbourne Men’s finals dream is well and truly alive after they withstood Canberra Chill 4-2 in an en read more »

HC Melbourne v Canberra Chill to be broadcast in Hindi

In an Australian hockey first, the broadcast of this Friday night’s JDH Hockey One League double header between HC Melbourne and Canberra Chill will be available with commentary in Hindi. The coverage of the crucial final round double header is expected to expand the horizons of the JDH Hockey One League even further into new read more »

Chill and Blaze turn on thrilling night in the capital

Brisbane Blaze Men have come from two goals down with two minutes remaining to book their ticket to the JDH Hockey One League Finals Main Event in a 6-4 result, while Canberra Chill Women edged a step closer to playing in the first semi-final with a thrilling penalty shootout win. The Chill curse continued for the Brisbane Blaze read more »

Canberra Chill and NSW Pride turn it on in front of record crowd

A record JDH Hockey One League crowd has witnessed Canberra Chill Women and NSW Pride Men prevail in a high octane double header at the National Hockey Centre. In front of a record attendance of 2,282, the women’s match was a case of the Evans show as sisters Mikayla and Naomi Evans both struck twice to help Canberra Chill to read more »

Evans confident ahead of cross border clash with NSW Pride

A historic state rivalry will see a new chapter written when Canberra Chill and NSW Pride battle it out for bragging rights in a decisive JDH Hockey One League double header on Saturday. Former Hockeyroo and Canberra Chill captain Naomi Evans is no stranger to the added spice that comes when ACT and NSW teams come up against eac read more »

Double shootout glory for Canberra Chill over Adelaide Fire

Canberra Chill have doused the Adelaide Fire on their home patch, emerging victorious in back-to-back penalty shootout wins after both the men’s and women’s contests ended 2-2 at the end of regulation time. The women’s shootout saw opposing goalkeepers Sarah Steinhart (Chill) and Amy Hammond (Fire) both mark their respecti read more »

Tassie Men and Canberra Women show title credentials

The points have been split in the final double header of Round 2 of the JDH Hockey One League, with the Tassie Tigers men mauling Canberra Chill, only to see the Tigers women’s side frozen out by a strong performance from the home side. The Tassie Tigers feasted on the Canberra Chill men’s side with a thumping 7-0 victory, a read more »

Matching results sees Thundersticks scorch the Chill

A pair of convincing 4-1 victories has seen the Perth Thundersticks stake their JDH Hockey One League title claims on home soil in a perfect opening round double-header against gallant Canberra Chill sides. The Thundersticks star men’s recruit James Day scored a hat-trick in a best afield display to crush the hopes of his form read more »