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Australia edge India in final men’s hockey Champions Trophy

By The Hockey Paper Australia’s Kookaburras, in their first tournament without Mark Knowles, won the final men’s Champions Trophy in Breda courtesy …

Georgia Wilson column: Hockeyroos on road to women’s World Cup discovery

In her first column for The Hockey Paper, Australia’s Georgia Wilson takes us behind the scenes as Australia prepare for London The push back for the …

Rosie Malone swaps football for hockey World Cup as Hockeyroos show youth

By Rod Gilmour The Hockeyroos will compete at next month’s hockey World Cup with three squad members experiencing elite tournament hockey for only the …

Kookaburra Tim Brand mixes hockey and exams ahead of Champions Trophy

By Richard Bright Mixing off-field activities alongside elite sport is not an uncommon sight for hockey players. In 2014, England’s Nick Catlin sat a …

Perth Pythons win Australian Pride in Sport award for LGBTI community work

By Richard Bright Perth Pythons, Western Australia’s only LGBTI+ hockey club, has won prestigious awards at the Australian Pride in Sport awards. The club …

Eddie Ockenden steps up to co-lead in Australia hockey’s new era

By The Hockey Paper Eddie Ockenden moved a step closer towards becoming Australia’s national captain after he was appointed co-leader for the upcoming …

Kookaburra Matthew Bird faces drugs and weapon offences

By The Hockey Paper Confirming the two replacements for the great Mark Knowles and young Matthew Bird this week, Hockey Australia had already celebrated the …

Australia’s Kieran Govers looks to hockey World Cup after exile ends

By Rod Gilmour Kieran Govers has admitted that an “open and honest” dialogue between the exiled Kookabuurra and coaching staff propelled him back …

Australia Hockey League ushers in one-on-ones and powerplays in revamp

By The Hockey Paper There will be more tinkering of the rules, including 12-minute quarters, extra points with one-on-ones with goalkeepers and power plays, …

Hockeyroos must be more ruthless at hockey World Cup, says Paul Gaudoin

By The Hockey Paper Paul Gaudoin, the Hockeyroos coach, says that Australia must be “more ruthless” at this summer’s Vitality women’s Hockey World Cup …

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