COMM GAMES HOCKEY: Both of the Australian men and women played preliminary matches on day 5 of the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games. In an extra confidence boost neither team conceded and goals.
HOCKEY: Australia’s men’s hockey team has been crowned world champions once again after an emphatic 6-1 win over World Cup hosts and Olympic silver medallists, the Netherlands.
HOCKEY: Madonna Blyth is poised to become the second-most capped player in Hockeyroos' history heading into next month's women's hockey World Cup.
HOCKEY: A dominant Kookaburras performance was rewarded with four quickfire goals in ten second half minutes as Australia’s men emerged as 4-1 victors over Korea in the fourth and final test in Perth. The result also sealed a series win for the Kookaburras who won twice and drew twice.
HOCKEY: With Dutch goalkeeper Jaap Stockmann seemingly impenetrable in the final, it was always going to take something extraordinary for the Kookaburras to win the Champions Trophy.
HOCKEY: Before winning bronze medals at the London Olympics, some of the Australian Kookaburras tasted gold on the Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF) stage.
HOCKEY: The Kookaburras will enter the semi finals full of confidence after an impressive win over Pakistan 7-0.
The Kookaburras are the number one team in the world and over the past few years have accrued nearly every possible accolade there is. But this July they are ready to trade it all in for one thing – Olympic gold.
The Kookaburras have ended their European tour on a positive note securing a 2-0 series win against Germany in Mannheim, downing the home side 2-1.
World hockey champions, the Kookaburras, steamrolled Japan 7-1 in their third and final Test in Canberra on Sunday to complete a clean sweep of the series.