An impressive start to the 2007 Youth Olympic Festival from the Aussie Hockey teams today. The men’s team defeated
Day one of the Australian Youth Olympic Festival got underway Wednesday with some hot competition
Last minute preparations are underway as the Australian men’s and women’s hockey teams gear up for the first day of competition at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival. Both teams will hold meetings tonight (Tuesday) to discuss tactics, with a final de-brief scheduled tomorrow morning, before competition kicks-off.
The Hockeyroos have opened their Champions Trophy campaign with a 3-0 win over Japan in Quilmes, Argentina this morning. The result is a good one for coach Frank Murray and his young, inexperienced side with three goals against a tight Japanese defence
Great Britain’s men’s and women’s youth teams both scored victories in yesterday’s practice matches in Sydney, showing they are genuine chances for gold at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF) which begins on Wednesday.
The British women had an impressive 3-1 victory over the Australian Youth team and the men’s squad had a hard-fought 4-3 win over
In 2004 hockeyroo Sarah Taylor’s Olympic dream was shattered when she suffered a broken foot just before the Athens Games.
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