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Weekend wrap - 20 April 2015

Weekend wrap - 20 April 2015

20 April 2015

Catch up on a huge weekend of sport, with hockey, rugby 7s, wrestling and BMX in action.

Hockeyroos claim Hawke's Bay Cup

Hockeyroos claim Hawke's Bay Cup

19 April 2015

A late penalty corner drag flick from Jodie Kenny helped the Hockeyroos to a 3-2 victory over New Zealand at the 2015 Hawke’s Bay Cup.

Blyth to play 300th game

Blyth to play 300th game

17 April 2015

Madonna Blyth’s inspiration to play for Australia was forged during an era when they Hockeyroos ruled the world.

Hockeyroos through to Hawke's Bay semi-finals

Hockeyroos through to Hawke's Bay semi-finals

16 April 2015

An improved team performance helped the Hockeyroos to a crucial 1-0 quarter-final victory over Argentina at the Hawke's Bay Cup

Hockeyroos fail to fire against India

Hockeyroos fail to fire against India

15 April 2015

The Australian women's hockey team will take on Argentina in the Hawke’s Bay Cup quarter-finals.

Weekend wrap - 13 April 2015

Weekend wrap - 13 April 2015

13 April 2015

Catch up on all the weekend sport, with Australian divers, swimmers, hockey players and triathletes in action.

Hockeyroos claim round 2 win at Hawke’s Bay Cup

Hockeyroos claim round 2 win at Hawke’s Bay Cup

13 April 2015

A goal four minutes after the starting whistle by captain Madonna Blyth helped the Australian women to a 2-2 draw with China.

Kookaburras go down to New Zealand in shoot-out

Kookaburras go down to New Zealand in shoot-out

13 April 2015

Kookaburras went down 3-1 to New Zealand after the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup final ended 2-2 in regulation time.

Kookaburras advance to final after defeating Black Sticks

Kookaburras advance to final after defeating Black Sticks

10 April 2015

The Kookaburras advanced into the final of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup with a game in hand courtesy of a gritty 3-1 victory over trans-Tasman rivals, the New Zealand Black Sticks

Hat trick from Dwyer to secure win over Korea

Hat trick from Dwyer to secure win over Korea

9 April 2015

Jamie Dwyer continued his good form in front of goal as his hat-trick led the Kookaburras to a 5-2 victory over Korea at the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup on Wednesday.