Tag: Sultana Bran Hockey One League

Pride and Blaze progress to Women’s decider

By Adam Clifford Women’s Semi Final 1 NSW Pride are through to the Sultana Bran Hockey One League Women’s Grand Final after prevailing 1-0 against a gallant Perth Thundersticks. In torrential weather conditions, the Pride survived a stern examination in the opening half with Hockeyroos goalkeeper Jocelyn Bartram making read more »

Bendigo bound: Hockey One League 2022 Finals Preview

By KATE ALLMAN Seven weeks of sporting drama and hockey-fuelled excitement all come down to this weekend. Over two days in Bendigo, the Victorian regional city will host and crown the men’s and women’s champions of the 2022 Sultana Bran Hockey One League. Young guns take on league veterans, and scorned runners-up will read more »

Officials primed for Hockey One League Finals Main Event

The Sultana Bran Hockey One League 2022 Finals Main Event will not only bring the best teams in Australia to Bendigo this weekend, it will also feature a host of the country’s best hockey officials. Some of the cream of Australian hockey umpires and technical officials will take charge of the eight matches across the Finals Ma read more »

Sultana Bran Hockey One League 2022 Finals

The best of the best of Australian hockey will descend on Bendigo for the Sultana Bran Hockey One League 2022 Finals Main Event on 19/20 November. Secure your tickets now to the Sultana Bran Hockey One League 2022 Finals The Sultana Bran Hockey One League Finals promise to deliver eight matches of the highest quality, with cu read more »

Hockey One heavyweights clash in Sydney

By Kate Allman The Sultana Bran Hockey One League heads to the NSW capital for the first time this season as NSW Pride host the Perth Thundersticks in a Friday night blockbuster at Sydney Olympic Park. Tickets are available through Ticketek. Catch all the action LIVE on Kayo. It’s the stadium that saw the Hockeyroos claim O read more »

Tigers hope to freeze Chill out of the den

By Kate Allman Canberra Chill will fly to the Tassie Tigers den this Thursday night in a tense wrestle for ladder position in the Sultana Bran Hockey One League. The fourth round of the seven-week season represents the halfway point of the Hockey One League and picking a winner from the first double header is harder than spli read more »

Crook sees sold out signs becoming reality

Season 2 of the Sultana Bran Hockey One has started with a bang as Australian domestic elite hockey attendance records tumble across the first three rounds. With 1,406 at the National Hockey Centre in Canberra last night, expectations are building that over 12,000 people will have attended the first 3 Rounds of the season. Wi read more »

Chill Men win while HC Melbourne Women take points in Canberra

The nation’s capital turned on another pulsating night of the Sultana Bran Hockey One League as Canberra Chill and HC Melbourne came away with a win apiece in the men’s and women’s double header. Over 1,400 piled into Canberra’s National Hockey Centre as Canberra Chill’s Men notched up their first points before HC Melb read more »

Adelaide Fire Women and Tassie Tigers Men triumph

By Adam Clifford Well executed set plays were the order of the night as Adelaide Fire’s Women’s Team secured a classy 2-0 win before a clinical Tassie Tigers Men’s Team ran out 5-0 victors at MATE Stadium. Women’s Match A Gabi Nance masterclass has helped guide Adelaide Fire to a crucial 2-0 victory at home against read more »

Tigers on the hunt for the Fire in Adelaide

By Kate Allman Out of the frying pan and into the fire. After taking on the Brisbane Blaze in Round 1, the Tassie Tigers go on the road to hunt a thus-far winless Adelaide Fire on Saturday night. All eyes will be on MATE Stadium in South Australia’s capital as the Fire teams seek redemption after losing in both their men read more »