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Hockey World Cup: Australia in sight of record as changing Kookaburras

By The Hockey Paper, Bhubaneswar The statistics are piling up for Australia with the same velocity as their path towards a World Cup record. By working hard …

Australia shine as Great Britain suffer Champions Trophy defeat

Great Britain were beaten by a clinical Australia 2-0 in their double header weekend at the Women’s Hockey Champions Trophy in China. First half goals …

Australia ready for Hockey World Cup hat-trick men’s bid

Australia coach Colin Batch says that the Kookaburras can continue performing on the big stage as they bid for a third straight World Cup title. Hockey …

New South Wales Arrows prove winning force in last ever Australia Hockey League

The NSW Arrows and the Queensland Blades won the last-ever Australian Hockey League titles at the Gold Coast Hockey Centre on Sunday night. Top women’s …

Mark Knowles wins Australian men’s hockey player of the year

Australian great Mark Knowles and midfielder Jane Claxton won the Kookaburras and Hockeyroos Player of the Year awards on the Gold Coast on Sunday night. …

AHL: Tassie Tigers indebted to PumpPlay for late winner

All four states recorded wins on a dramatic Sunday in the Australian Hockey League (AHL) where James Dick’s last-minute PumpPlay goal for the Tassie …

No drawn matches and PumpPlays: Hockey Australia aims fan-centric

By Richard Bright Is change always a good thing? In sport or business it will always divide opinion. The latest in hockey comes via Hockey Australia as it aims …

Argentina beat Australia to win Darwin hockey international

By The Hockey Paper Kieran Govers notched his first goal for the Kookaburras in nearly two years – but in a losing cause as Argentina won the Darwin …

Hockeyroos appoint assistant coaches after surprise exits

By The Hockey Paper The world No 3 Hockeyroos will be aiming for stability after a period of uncertainty within its coaching ranks. Former international Katie …

Japan’s Cherry Blossoms beat Australia to Four Nations hockey title

By The Hockey Paper Japan’s memorable 2018 continued in fine style on Sunday as they won the Four Nations Final with another higher-ranking upset, this …