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How to watch your Thundersticks stars at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics!

Cheer on your Thundersticks hockey heroes in Aran Zalewski, Georgia Wilson, Tom Wickham, Karri Somerville, Trent Mitton and Tyler Lovell when they don the green and gold on the World stage at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games!   All of the ways to watch, follow and stay across the Hockeyroos and Kookaburras competing at the T read more »

WA hockey stars set to shine on Olympic stage

A total of four Western Australians have been selected to represent Australia in hockey at the Tokyo Olympic games – and locals have a wonderful chance to farewell the players with the Hockeyroos and Kookaburras set to face off in Perth in FIH Pro League fixtures in late June. Congratulations go to: Trent Mitton - Wesl read more »

A storm is brewing…

WA - a storm is brewing! The Perth Thundersticks are your state side... and we need your support! This Sultana Bran Hockey One season is set to be BIGGER and BETTER than ever. Secure your memberships now 👇

Jake Harvie – Perth Thundersticks Interview

"There is a lot of pride playing for your state and a rich hockey history in WA that has had a lot of success in the past." Jake Harvie can’t wait to pull on the black & gold with the Perth Thundersticks again.


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Perth Thundersticks Georgia Wilson has replaced team-mate Penny Squibb in the Hockeyroos’ 2020 Tokyo Olympic squad just days before the start of competition.

Good luck Georgia - bring the thunder in Tokyo! ⚡️

Best wishes to our star defender Penny Squibb - we're sure you'll be back bigger and stronger and continue to perform at the highest level!

@vicparkpanthers and Perth Thundersticks star Aleisha Power is unstoppable in front of the net!

Aleisha shows you her tips to get the right Fuel to Go & Play and dominate on the field!

#healthway #creatingahealthierwa #fueltogoandplay #hockeyforhealth

Congratulations to our Thundersticks superstar Tom Wickham who is now an official member of the Kookaburras and Australian Olympic Team heading to Tokyo and is eligible to pull on the green and gold! 🌟

Bring the thunder TJ! ⚡

Amendments to the IOC’s athlete replacement rules, along with other Team changes, has enabled an additional 16 athletes to be selected for #Tokyo2020, making it the largest ever Australian Olympic Team for a Games on foreign soil!

WA - there's 100 days to go until it's #timetorumble!

This Sultana Bran @h1league season is set to be BIGGER and BETTER than ever, and we can't wait to see WA's ELITE hockey athletes fight for the ultimate glory from October 2!

History awaits - a storm is brewing and you don't want miss your chance to cheer on our Olympic, national and local heroes when they hit the field and bring the thunder!

Secure your memberships now through the link in our bio!

See some of WA's most ELITE hockey talent tonight when the Perth Thundersticks Men's squad takes on WA's Under-21s Men's team from 6pm at Perth Hockey Stadium at Curtin University.

Entry is FREE - don't miss WA's best face-off in a feast of hockey!

A storm is brewing WA and it’s time for you to bring the thunder! 🌩

Celebrate WA Day the West Australian way and get behind your Perth Thundersticks this Sultana Bran @h1league season!

Memberships on sale now - link in bio.

Wishing a BIG Happy Birthday to Thundersticks and @hockeyroosofficial star Georgia Wilson for today! 🥳 ...

We'd like to wish a big Happy Birthday to our very own James Collins! 🎉 ...

We'd like to wish our very own Penny Squibb a big Happy Birthday for today! 🎉 ...

Congratulations to our very own Liam Flynn, on making @hockeyaustraliaofficial 2021 Men’s National Development Squad! 🌟 ...

⚡️ Hockey WA names Thundersticks coaches ⚡️

Australian hockey legends Stephen Davies and Kate Starre have been named as the Perth Thundersticks head coaches for the men’s and women’s programs respectively from 2020 through to 2022.

Starre is a dual Olympic and World Cup gold medallist with 215 caps for the Hockeyroos, while Davies is a triple Olympian, with a silver and two bronze, and 276 caps for the Kookaburras.

While the initial focus will be on the National Championships in 2021 and 2022, it will also provide a platform during the year for athletes and coaches to develop and refine their skills and knowledge in a variety of environments.

The first of these will be international calibre matches on Sunday 11 October, followed by a Super League competition with teams selected based on performance and attitude demonstrated during the Premier League competition.

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A big belated happy birthday to Chloe Pendlebury for yesterday 🥳🥳 #PTX #TimetoRumble ...

Happy Birthday to Frazer Gerrard 🥳🥳 #PTX #TimetoRumble ...

It's a triple header tonight in Perth! 🔥

Catch the rematch of our game against Canberra Chill at 5pm AWST live on the Hockey One Facebook page followed by the kick off of our Premier League from 7pm via the links below 👇

Men's Premier 1
7:00pm - Hale v WASPS

Women's Premier 1
8:30pm - Hale v WASPS

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Reminder about tonight’s Sultana Bran Hockey One Classic Match on the Hockey One Facebook page at 7pm AEST. A cracker in the men’s competition between the @ThundersticksH1 and @CanberraChillH1 #PTXvCCH