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HWC2018: "The sky is the limit for the Hockeyroos" says coach Paul Gaudoin ahead of the 2018 Women’s World Cup in London
Australia coach Paul Gaudoin says the sky is the limit for the Hockeyroos ahead of the 2018 Women’s World Cup in London where they enter as the world’s fifth ranked side. The Hockeyroos are in Pool D for the quadrennial tournament alongside New Zealand, Japan and Belgium. Australia’s campaign begins against...
Reigning back-to-back world champions Australia takes on Ireland. Ireland, who qualified for the Olympics for the first time in 2016, are only competing at their third World Cup this year, having never finished better than 12th. Australia last played Ireland at the Azlan Shah Cup in Malaysia in March, winning...
Twelve Australian teams will be compete for glory in the fourth edition of the Masters World Cup
Twelve Australian teams will be compete for glory when the fourth edition of the Masters World Cup commences in Terrassa, Spain, on Friday. The 2018 World Cup takes place from Friday 27 July to Sunday 5 August with 135 teams from 25 nations represented across 11 divisions. Australia are one of...
HCT 2018: Hockeyroos is one win away from Champions Trophy final spot
Hockeyroos coach Paul Gaudoin would love another crack at world number one Netherlands in Sunday’s Champions Trophy final but isn’t getting ahead of himself yet. Australia went down 3-0 to the impressive Dutch on Tuesday, leaving the Hockeyroos in second spot in the standings with two games to play before...
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Australia was first out of the blocks and that proved decisive in their third round match against Japan at the Vantage Hawke’s Bay Festival of Hockey being played in Hastings, New Zealand. Japan was unbeaten coming into the match while Australia had recorded draws against New Zealand and USA. Japan was...
Hockey Australia Announced Their Kookaburras Team For The Champions Trophy
Hockey Australia today announces the Kookaburras 18-member team for next month’s Champions Trophy to be played in Breda, the Netherlands, from 23 June to 1 July. Australia will head for the final-ever Champions Trophy, to be replaced by the FIH Pro League, as defending champions having triumphed in London in...
Hockey Australia today confirms the Kookaburras have been forced into two changes to their 18-member team to play Argentina in the FIH Pro League on Sunday. Forward pair Trent Mitton (finger) and Dylan Wotherspoon (hamstring) sustained injuries in the 4-3 win over New Zealand in Auckland on Thursday and have...
The Hockeyroos will today fly out for Changzhou, China PR, to compete at the last-ever FIH Champions Trophy against the world’s best women’s Hockey teams from 17-25 November. World number three Australia will come up against hosts China (ranked 11th), defending champions Argentina (fourth), Olympic champions Great Britain (England ranked...
Hockey Australia announces the 18-member team which has been selected to represent Australia’s men’s Under-21 team in an 8 Nations Invitational Tournament in Madrid next month. The Burras will compete in Pool B against hosts Spain, the Netherlands and India in the tournament from Monday 10 June to Sunday 16...
HWC2018: Hockeyroos Rachael Lynch recalls her heroics shootout saves in the semi-finals of the World Cup four years ago
Hockeyroos goalkeeper Rachael Lynch fondly recalls her shootout heroics in the semi-finals of the World Cup four years ago, ahead of this year’s edition. Lynch was the hero in the shootout as Australia booked their spot in the World Cup decider with a 3-1 win on penalties against the United...
Former Hockeyroo Alyson Annan will on Saturday officially be recognised with Legend status in Hockey Australia’s (HA) Hall of Fame. Annan joins two others in an elite list as HA Hall of Fame Legends, alongside Ric Charlesworth and Rechelle Hawkes. Annan will be formally celebrated prior to Saturday’s FIH Pro League...
Australia, one of the competitors for the women's hockey world cup, dropped out of the World Cup bidding, leaving only German, New Zealand and India in the running to be chosen to bid by the International Federation of Hockey. While, more nations have expressed interest to host the world cup,...
Hockey Australia
Hockey Australia today announces it has renewed its partnership with SportsLink International as the Official Tour Provider until the end of 2020. SportsLink International has been conducting tours in support of our national teams since 2002 and first sponsored Hockey Australia in 2005. In addition to their regular supporter tours to...
MastersWorldCup: Australian teams dominating the Masters World Cup
Australia’s teams are dominating after four days of competition at the 2018 Masters World Cup in Terrassa, Spain, with wins and goals galore. Australia has 11 official teams competing in the 11 different divisions at the Masters World Cup, with every side undefeated so far. The Australian Wattles, who are competing...
HWC2018: Hockeyroos and Belgium play out a goalless draw
The Hockeyroos have moved into top spot in Pool D at the 2018 Women’s World Cup following a goalless draw with Belgium at the Lee Valley Hockey Centre in London on Tuesday night (AEST). Fifth-ranked Australia and 13th-ranked Belgium couldn’t be split, although the Hockeyroos were left to rue their...

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