When it comes to playing hockey, Murray Thompson is the first to admit he is "just a hack".
The third hockey turf in Dunedin is taking shape and, all going well, the first match may be under way in just over four months.
Two new caps and a former captain striving for her fifth Olympics are the main features of the Black Sticks Women’s squad named yesterday.
Explosive allegations of bullying, body shaming, and homophobic behaviour have emerged over the past month, throwing the elite Australian women's hockey program into chaos.
The Northern Tridents extended their lead at the top of the Premier Hockey League with a commanding 4-1 win over the Southern Alpiners yesterday.
A new dawn for local hockey is on the way, with plans outlined for an artificial pitch at the Queenstown Events Centre.
The Otago and Canterbury associations were not content to let the season slip by without any representative hockey so they have organised their own competition.
Momona caused an upset in a shootout victory over City Highlanders in the premier grade women’s final at the McMillan Centre in Dunedin on Saturday.
A new hockey turf will get a revamped and modernised gymnasium beside it at King’s High School next year.
With just two weeks to go until the competitions hit finals, the countdown is on for teams to produce finals form.
City Highlanders was too strong on Saturday for the Taieri Tigers, who were trying to grab the challenge shield before the season’s end.
The day began with a screamer as Taieri matched up against Kings United for the second time in a week, facing off for the challenge shield.