Hockey Australia today congratulates Hall of Fame inductee Don Prior following his decision to retire as an international Hockey official. Prior retires as the best credentialed umpire produced by Australian hockey, having officiated as an umpire at four Olympic Games (1988, 1992, 1996, 2000), four World Cups (1986, 1990, 1994,...
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Hockey Australia (HA), in conjunction with several Government bodies, has developed the new National Integrity Framework to safeguard the integrity of the sport. With new opportunities in international and domestic competitions and the increased exposure that comes with it, Hockey will be faced with new integrity risks which HA has...
Hockey Australia today announces five athletes have been added to the 2019 Men’s National Development Squad. Tasmania’s Hayden Beltz, NSW’s Hayden Dillon, Victoria’s Nathan Ephraums, WA’s Liam Flynn and Queensland’s Blake Wotherspoon have all been elevated from the 2018 Under-21 National Junior Squad. The Men’s National Selection Panel have elevated the...
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Hockey Australia welcomes today’s news of a $13 million funding package announced by Commonwealth Games Australia to assist with preparations for athletes and sports for the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. The funding from Commonwealth Games Australia is a direct legacy for Commonwealth Games sports and athletes of hosting the...
Hockey Australia today congratulates Glenn Turner after he announced his retirement from international Hockey effective immediately. Bowral-born forward Turner enjoyed a decorated career with Australia, competing at two Olympic Games, including winning an Olympic bronze as well as two World Cup titles. The 34-year-old debuted for the Kookaburras in May 2009...
Hockeyroos coach Paul Gaudoin is eager to gain some positive results from the side’s upcoming pacific leg of the FIH Pro League following back-to-back defeats in Sydney. The Hockeyroos finished off their home fixtures in the FIH Pro League with losses to Argentina and New Zealand, leaving the side in...
The Kookaburras cannot wait for the challenges which come when they depart Australian shores for the upcoming away matches in the inaugural FIH Pro League. The world number two Kookaburras finished their FIH Pro League home matches with a 5-1 win over New Zealand to seal five consecutive victories and...
The Kookaburras have made it five wins in a row for the FIH Pro League, crushing Trans-Tasman rivals New Zealand 5-1 in poor conditions on Sunday afternoon at Sydney Olympic Park Hockey Centre. Australia had four individual goal scorers in Tom Wickham (12’, 32’), Jeremy Hayward (14’), Jack Welch (27’)...
The Hockeyroos have suffered their second loss of the FIH Pro League, falling 1-0 to Argentina in wet conditions on Saturday night at Sydney Olympic Park Hockey Centre. https://twitter.com/thedragflick/status/1106824021180481536 Despite controlling the pace of the game early Australia quickly began to tire as the match progressed, eventually giving the Argentinians an...
The Kookaburras have hung on to claim their fourth consecutive FIH Pro League victory, edging past 2016 Rio Olympics gold medallists Argentina 3-2 in front of a healthy Sydney crowd on Saturday afternoon. https://twitter.com/thedragflick/status/1106796028034875392 Australia shook off any signs of ill-effects following Thursday’s flight delays which forced the team to arrive...
Hockey Australia confirms the Hockeyroos have made one change to their selected team for the upcoming FIH Pro League matches against Argentina and New Zealand in Sydney. Grace Stewart has been added to the 19-member team, replacing Rosie Malone due to injury. Saturday 16 March 2019 – Sydney Olympic Park Hockey...
Hockeyroo Rachael Lynch
Hockeyroo Rachael Lynch is set to make history this weekend by becoming only the second Australian goalkeeper to reach 200 caps and says there’s no end in sight. Lynch, who turns 33 in July, will reach the milestone if selected in Saturday’s FIH Pro League match against Argentina at Sydney...
Hockey Australia today announces the 19-member Hockeyroos team to take on Argentina and New Zealand at the Sydney Olympic Park Hockey Centre in the FIH Pro League on Saturday and Sunday. The world number three Hockeyroos will take on fourth-ranked Argentina today and sixth-ranked New Zealand on Sunday. Hockeyroos Madison Fitzpatrick...
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Hockey Australia announces the 22-member Kookaburras team to take on Argentina and New Zealand at the Sydney Olympic Park Hockey Centre in the FIH Pro League on Saturday and Sunday. The world number two Kookaburras will play fourth-ranked Argentina from 3pm (AEDT)  and eighth-ranked New Zealand from 3pm (AEDT) on...
Tim Brand
Sydney product Tim Brand has regained his fitness after a knee problem and is chomping at the bit to play for Australia in front of his home crowd for the first time this weekend. Brand hasn’t been in action for the Kookaburras since the opening weekend of the FIH Pro...

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