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Golden Start, Golden End

27 August 2014

TEAM: It was a golden start and a golden end for the Australian Youth Olympic Team competing at the second summer Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China.

The green and gold have won a tense match against South Africa in the semi-final 4-3.

HOCKEY: The Aussie's are now through to the gold medal match after downing South Africa 4-3. Captain Tim Howard led from the front scoring two goals.

The Hockey5s team have moved through to the semi-finals after scoring eight goals to one.

HOCKEY: The boys have dominated Mexico to move through to the semi-finals winning 8-1 including a hat-rick from Alec Rasmussen.

HOCKEY: The boys are into the quarter finals after getting back on the winners list beating Canada 5-2.

Another disappointing results for the Hockey5s team tonight.

HOCKEY: Australia started well but couldn't finish off losing to Spain 7-6.

Hockey5s look solid

The Green and Gold lose concentration in the third period to go down in a thriller against South Africa 6-5.

It was a tough match but the green and gold held strong to win 5-2.

The Hockey5s team got their Youth Olympic Games campaign off to a great start defeating Bangladesh 5-2.

Brittany Dutton and Jack Van Stekelenburg ready to compete at the YOG in Nanjing.

YOG: In just 24 hours, Australia could be the proud owner of four Youth Olympic medals. Numerous Aussie athletes will be on show on day one of the YOG, with some athletes contesting medals.

The Green and Gold get off to a great start in Nanjing defeating Germany 9-1 in a practice match.

The Hockey boys have started their Nanjing campaign with a dominate performance over Germany in a practice match.

Ian Baker-Finch of Australia watches his tee shot on the 14th hole during day one the 2010 Australian Senior Open at Royal Perth Golf Club on November 19, 2010 in Perth, Australia.

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