Despite a CV heavy with gold, from the Commonwealth Games, to the Champions Trophy, Oceania Cup and FIH Pro League, Olympic representation has so far proved elusive.
“To help us get over this pandemic I think sport can be especially binding and I know lots of different sports see themselves in that light.
Rachael Lynch has turned her shattered Olympic dream into community reality by offering to work in the coronavirus assessment clinic at Fiona Stanley Hospital.
The Kookaburras have handed Olympic champions Argentina a 5-1 hammering on Eddie Ockenden's milestone appearance in the FIH Pro League.
The Kookaburras grabbed a thrilling 3-3 draw in a Pro League clash against Argentina, but lost the following penalty shoot-out 3-1 to miss out on a bonus point.
The recovery story of WA hockey player Karri Somerville is about to add another chapter, with the defender set to make her international debut in front of family and friends tonight.
Lynch was recently named the International Hockey Federation’s Goal-Keeper of the Year and marked the honour by telling her story
Impressive performances over world no.1 the Netherlands have the Hockeyroos believing they are a genuine chance to win their first Olympic gold medal in 20 years later this year in Tokyo.
Australia believe the Hockey Pro League, which starts with matches against Belgium in Sydney this weekend, will be an ideal platform to push for Olympic gold.
NSW Pride has ended their unbeaten men's Hockey One campaign in style to claim the revamped national league by hammering Brisbane Blaze 8-3 in the final.
Brisbane Blaze can claim both the men's and women's trophies in the Hockey One League but will have to upset NSW Pride and Hockey Club Melbourne respectively.
Brisbane Blaze will feature in the men's and women's inaugural Hockey One title deciders.
NSW have thrashed HC Melbourne 6-2 to set up a men's Hockey One grand final with Brisbane, who demolished Tassie 7-1 in their last-four clash.
NSW Pride have smashed Brisbane Blaze 5-0 to finish the regular Hockey One season undefeated at the top of the table and go into the finals as title favourites.
The Perth Thundersticks women will look back at the inaugural Hockey One season lamenting what could have been after they let slip a chance to play finals, losing 5-3 to Tasmania.
A draw against the Tigers at the Tasmanian Hockey Centre will be enough for the Thundersticks to book a place in the inaugural Hockey One finals.
Having missed qualification by goal difference in last month’s Oceania Cup, the Hockeyroos needed to win the two-game series against Russia at Perth Hockey Stadium.
New South Wales has all but ended the Perth Thundersticks’ finals hopes with an 8-1 demolition at the Perth Hockey Stadium today.
Perth Thundersticks are not letting last week’s four-goal defeat by Brisbane Blaze dampen their spirits.
Today’s victory means Russia must win by at least three goals or in a penalty shootout in tomorrow’s final match of the two-game series.
The Hockeyroos cannot afford to think about next year’s Olympic Games or they may find themselves not heading to Japan at all, according to co-captain Emily Chalker.
It was the Thundersticks second narrow loss in as many games after being beaten 5-4 by Hockey Club Melbourne in their opening game two weeks earlier.
Perth Thundersticks had two narrow losses to Hockey Club Melbourne to start their Hockey One campaigns at the Perth Hockey Stadium today.
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