The home of field hockey and indoor hockey in NSW Hockey NSW is an affiliate of Hockey Australia.
We present 26 field hockey state championships and indoor hockey state championships every year.
Our NSW State Hockey Teams are some of the most successful in the country, from U13 boys and girls through to the NSW Waratahs and NSW Arrows competing in the Australian Hockey League.
Hockey NSW produces some of Australia's most successful athletes which compete in the Australian hockey teams the Hockeyroos (women) and Kookaburras (men).
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Click InFocus YEAR IN REVIEW Everyone would know by now that we're big fans of the people at Click InFocus, but they've decided to endear themselves to us just that little bit more. Enjoy an early Xmas gift courtesy of our favourite photographers, encompassing some of the best photos from the year that was. Click through, tag at will, relive the year and give thanks to the guys at Click InFocus - and a solid year of hockey in general - in the comments below. GALLERY: http://ow.ly/9iJH307oNa7
2016 Year In Review
A retrospective of the past twelve months. All photography courtesy of Click InFocus. Purchase event photography at www.clickinfocus.com.au
2017 FIELD ROLE EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST Hockey NSW is currently seeking Expressions of Interest for a number of State Team Roles in 2017. Click below to access the full details - feel free to tag friends in the comments below or share this post with anyone whom you think may be interested. http://ow.ly/qyPS307mbmE
2017 WOMEN'S MASTERS FIELD ROLES Hockey NSW is currently seeking applications for the following roles. 7x 2017 Women's Masters State Team Coach 7x 2017 Women's Masters State Team Manager 5x 2017 Women's Masters Physiotherapist 2x 2017 Women's Masters TTAC 1x 2017 Women's Masters State Contingent Manager For the full details of each role, including how you can apply, click the link below. Feel free to tag and share this post with anyone you feel may be interested. http://ow.ly/2wKx307kgVF
THE BULLETIN - DECEMBER 20TH, 2016 You know what time it is, hockey fans - the seventh and final Hockey NSW Bulletin for the year should be in your inboxes by now. If you haven't got it, you're missing out out on important info about registering next year, an update on our Kookaburra 8s and a welcome to our new Participation Manager. Make sure that isn't the case by signing up to our list by clicking below or viewing the PDF version. Happy Holidays, everyone! SIGN UP: http://eepurl.com/b7_pPH PDF VERSION: http://ow.ly/o3wd307hHja
Juniors to benefit from revolutionary Joey Ball
It's great to see our new Kookaburra Hockey Joey Ball getting some positive press already, this time from the Central Western Daily. Make sure to keep an eye out here and on the Hockey NSW website for information on how you can get your hands on your very own soon.
Sporting Schools have well and truly opened funding applications for 2017 and with their new online system, it's never been easier to get kids at your school playing hockey. Tag a teacher, student or friend and help us birth a new generation of hockey lovers next year!
Mighty Quinn into Hall of Fame
COLLEEN QUINN - HA HALL OF FAME Colleen Quinn OAM, Novocastrian and Australian hockey legend, was yesterday inducted into the Hockey Australia Hall of Fame in a special ceremony in her hometown. An Australian representative from 1959 to 1971, a NSW and Australian Coach and a strong advocate of our sport, Colleen Quinn is a household name in hockey and this recognition is well deserved. Congratulate her yourself in the comments below - certainly a very proud moment for hockey in the blues state.
Juniors rub shoulders with Olympians
How good is this? A selection of National representatives including Mark Knowles, Dylan Wotherspoon and Jodie Kenny visited Lismore in NSW's northeast last Sunday. Offering a masterclass with a fun twist, we're sure they inspired plenty of young players and it's great to see Clint Mallett and the crew at Far North Coast pull it all together. Full story via link below.
BURRAS THROUGH TO QF AT JWC The Burras are through to the Junior World Cup Quarter Final largely unscathed following a clinical 5-0 victory over Korea yesterday evening. They’ll be facing the Netherlands – always a tough one – in their final pool game and you can catch the whole things via the FIH YouTube channel from 9:15pm AEST tomorrow evening (see link). Until then, catch up with Hockey Australia’s match report and show some love for these homebred legends in the comments below. FIH YOUTUBE CHANNEL: http://ow.ly/p4663076MyR MATCH REPORT: http://ow.ly/tgVV3076Mwj
Photos from Hockey NSW's post
AAP WEEKEND 70 male and 70 female athletes flocked to Olympic Park over the weekend as part of our Athlete Acceleration Program Weekend. There were a few draws on offer, like bespoke sessions from NSW U18 Coaches; an informative session from our partners batyr; a sports science component from the NSW Institute of Sport - not to mention Australian representatives like Casey Sablowski, Matt Willis, Flynn Ogilvie and Ben Craig. Thanks to everyone that helped out - grab a closer look by checking out the photos below.
INTRODUCING THE JOEY BALL Hockey NSW, in collaboration with Kookaburra Hockey, are proud to announce the Joey Ball - a softer, safer alternative for young players that doesn't sacrifice any of the fundamentals of the hockey ball we know and love. You can head to page 73 of today's The Sunday Telegraph to get all the details or read up on it all via our press release below. The ball will be used at the inaugural Kookaburra 8s Carnivals For Under 11s in April next year, with Hockey NSW and Kookaburra working on a distribution strategy for early next year now. PRESS RELEASE: http://ow.ly/jVaG3070MDi