Despite falling 3-0 to Japan in Changzhou, China on Saturday night, the Hockeyroos have qualified for Sunday’s Champions Trophy Final against the Netherlands. Continue reading Hockeyroos Through To Champions Trophy Final
Friday 23 November 2018 | Hockeyroos leader Jodie Kenny says the fact her side’s Champions Trophy finals fate won’t be decided until their final group game against Japan on Saturday may be a good thing. Continue reading HOCKEYROOS HAPPY TO GO DOWN TO THE WIRE
Thursday 22 November 2018 | The Hockeyroos have missed a chance to book a spot in Sunday’s Champions Trophy final but remain in the box seat after a 0-0 draw with hosts China PR in Thursday’s group game. Continue reading HOCKEYROOS DRAW BUT REMAIN IN POLE POSITION FOR FINAL
Hockeyrooscoach 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. Continue reading HOCKEYROOS ONE WIN AWAY FROM CHAMPIONS TROPHY FINAL SPOT
Thursday 1 November 2018 | Hockey Australia today announces the 18-member Hockeyroos team which will compete at the upcoming 2018 FIH Champions Trophy in China. Continue reading HOCKEYROOS TEAM NAMED FOR LAST-EVER CHAMPIONS TROPHY
Hockeyroos Qualify For Four Nations Final With Perfect Record
Author: Ben Somerford/Saturday, 15 September 2018/Categories: Hockey Australia News, Hockeyroos Continue reading Hockeyroos Qualify For Four Nations Final With Perfect Record
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.
Wednesday 18 July 2018 | Hockeyroos coach Paul Gaudoin is excited about the impact of defensive duo Georgina Morgan and Madison Fitzpatrick at the 2018 Women’s World Cup in London following long-term injuries. Continue reading HOCKEYROOS PAIR READY FOR IMPACT AFTER LONG-TERM INJURIES
The 18-member team for next month’s Women’s Hockey World Cup was today announced by Hockey Australia. Continue reading Hockeyroos’ Women’s Hockey World Cup Team Confirmed
The world’s number five team will play Japan (ranked 12th), Belgium (ranked 13th) and New Zealand (ranked 4th) in the rounds of the 14th edition of the Women’s Hockey World Cup in London from July 21 to August 5. Continue reading The 18-member team for next month’s Women’s Hockey World Cup was today announced by Hockey Australia.