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    Hockeyroos to compete in the Four Nations Women’s Tournament in Japan

    Hockeyroos to compete in the Four Nations Women's Tournament in Japan
    Hockey Australia (HA) today confirms the Hockeyroos will next month compete in the Four Nations Women's Ibaraki International Tournament in Japan. Third-ranked Australia will come up against Argentina (fourth), United States (12th) and hosts Japan (14th) in the event which runs from 12-16 September at...

    Rockhampton Hockey Association earns the 2019 Oceania Cup hosting rights

    Rockhampton Hockey Association earns the 2019 Oceania Cup hosting rights
    Hockey Australia (HA) today congratulates the Rockhampton Hockey Association (RHA) on being awarded official hosting rights for the 2019 Oceania Cup. The Oceania Hockey Federation have confirmed Rockhampton as the host for next year’s event, which was last year won by both the Hockeyroos and...

    Shepparton to host the 2019 Australian Country Hockey Championships in August

    Shepparton to host the 2019 Australian Country Hockey Championships in August
    Hockey Australia (HA) today announces that Shepparton, Victoria, will host the 2019 Australian Country Hockey Championships in August. The Championships, which will run from August 3-11 at the Shepparton Sports City, have been secured in partnership with the Greater Shepparton City Council. The event, which was...

    Hockeyroos rise up two spots to be third on the FIH Hero World Rankings

    Hockeyroos rise up two spots to be third on the FIH Hero World Rankings
    The Hockeyroos have risen up two spots to be third on the latest FIH Hero World Rankings released on Tuesday evening (AEST) following their impressive 2018 World Cup campaign. Australia had entered the 2018 World Cup in London ranked fifth but went on a fine...

    HWC2018: ‘Top four finish is a sign of the youthful team’s growth’ Jodie Kenny

    HWC2018: 'Top four finish is a sign of the youthful team’s growth' Jodie Kenny
    Hockeyroos defender Jodie Kenny says the side’s top four finish at the 2018 Women’s World Cup is a sign of the youthful team’s growth but acknowledges there’s plenty more to learn. Fifth-ranked Australia lost their semi-final to world number one Netherlands in a shootout before...

    HWC2018: Hockeyroos finish their 2018 Women’s World Cup campaign in fourth spot

    HWC2018: Hockeyroos finished their 2018 Women’s World Cup campaign in fourth spot
    The Hockeyroos have finished their impressive 2018 Women’s World Cup campaign in fourth spot after suffering a 3-1 loss to Spain in the bronze medal match in London on Sunday. Australia had missed out on a place in the World Cup final following a shootout...

    HWC2018: Australia Women’s Hockey team suffer semi-final shootout heartbreak

    HWC2018: Australia Women's Hockey team suffer semi-final shootout heartbreak
    The Hockeyroos have heartbreakingly missed out on a spot in the 2018 Women’s World Cup in a penalty shootout after fighting back for a brave 1-1 draw with the Netherlands in Sunday morning’s (AEST) semi-final in London. Australia couldn’t re-produce their quarter-final penalty shootout heroics...

    HWC2018: Hockeyroos out to end Dutch dominance

    HWC2018: Hockeyroos out to end Dutch dominance
    The Hockeyroos will play world number one, the Netherlands, in Saturday’s 2018 Women’s World Cup semi-finals in London after the Dutch beat England 2-0 on Friday morning (AEST) to secure a spot in the final four. Australia will need to end a period of Dutch...

    HWC2018: Hockeyroos through to the 2018 Women’s World Cup semi-finals with a shootout win

    HWC2018: Hockeyroos through to the 2018 Women’s World Cup semi-finals with a shootout win
    The Hockeyroos have progressed to the 2018 Women’s World Cup semi-finals after a dramatic shootout victory over Argentina in Thursday morning’s (AEST) quarter-final clash in London. Brooke Peris held her nerve to convert the decisive penalty in sudden death to clinch a 4-3 win over...

    HWC2018: Injuried Kalindi Commerford replaced in Hockeyroos’ World Cup team

    HWC2018: Injuried Kalindi Commerford replaced in Hockeyroos’ World Cup team
    Hockey Australia today confirms Kalindi Commerford has been forced to withdraw from the Hockeyroos’ 18-member 2018 Women’s World Cup team due to injury. Mollymook midfielder Commerford sustained a hamstring injury in Sunday morning’s (AEST) 1-1 draw with New Zealand in the first quarter and played...

    MastersWorldCup: Australian teams dominating the Masters World Cup

    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...

    HWC2018: Australia to face World No.3 Argentina in quarters

    HWC2018: Australia to face World No.3 Argentina in quarters
    The Hockeyroos will face Argentina in the 2018 Women’s World Cup quarter-finals on Thursday morning (AEST) after Las Leonas defeated New Zealand 2-0 in the playoffs overnight. Australia had already progressed to the last eight after topping Pool D, avoiding the sudden death playoffs after...

    HWC2018: Hockeyroos head straight into quarters after a draw with New Zealand

    HWC2018: Hockeyroos head straight into quarters after a draw with New Zealand
    The Hockeyroos have secured top spot in Pool D to progress straight into the 2018 Women’s World Cup quarter-finals after a 1-1 draw with New Zealand in London on Sunday morning (AEST). Australia captain Emily Smith scored the equalising goal on her 26th birthday in the...

    HWC2018: Penalty Corners will be a vital key for Hockeyroos as they take on New Zealand

    HWC2018: Penalty Corners will be a vital key for Hockeyroos as they take on New Zealand
    The Hockeyroos must get a better return from their penalty corners in their final 2018 Women’s World Cup pool game against New Zealand in London on Sunday morning (AEST) according to goalkeeper Rachael Lynch. Australia sits top of Pool D with four points with one...

    HWC2018: Hockeyroos out to ’Get One Back’ on Black Sticks

    HWC2018: Hockeyroos out to ’Get One Back’ on Black Sticks
    Hockeyroos captain Emily Smith is looking to “get one back” on 2018 Commonwealth Games gold medallists New Zealand ahead of Sunday morning’s (AEST) decisive 2018 World Cup encounter in London. World number five Australia and world number four New Zealand will meet from 5am AEST...

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