A lack of finishing ability saw the Southern Dogs succumb in their semifinal of the national hockey league.
A slow start resulted in the Southern Storm falling to a hefty loss in its National Hockey League bottom-four semifinal yesterday.
For the first time in more than a decade, a Southern region umpire will officiate in international hockey.
A mid-game onslaught from Northland proved too much for the Southern Storm yesterday.
A 58th-minute goal has sent the Southern Dogs through to the semifinals of the national hockey league.
The Southern Dogs conceded two goals in the final 10 minutes to go down 2-1 to Capital in Wellington last night.
A draw eluded the Southern Storm in the final minutes of its match against Capital last night.
The Southern Dogs went down 4-0 to North Harbour last night in their second pool game at the National Hockey League in Wellington.
The two Southern teams had a promising start to the National Hockey League in Wellington at the weekend.
The Southern Dogs are looking at the unorthodox to help them at the National Hockey League, as the side aims to play above itself.
The Southern Storm has been combining well and making improvements but will get a tough examination first up when the National Hockey League starts at Wellington today.
From the back yard to the front turf.
The Black Sticks have now officially qualified for the men's Hockey World Cup in India next year.
It was a case of history repeating in the premier women’s final at the McMillan Centre on Saturday, when defending champion City Highlanders scored a golden goal in extra time to dispose of Momona.
The University Blue Whales took home the prize in an extra-time thriller in the final of the premier men’s competition at the McMillan Centre on Saturday.
It is finals day today with University Blue Whales taking on Albany Alligators at 3.15pm in the men’s final while Momona will play City Highlanders at 1.45pm.
Southern teams will be battling the odds at the National Hockey League tournament in Wellington next month.
It was semifinals week in the Otago Hockey Association competitions and the premier women’s matches did not disappoint, as both games went right to the wire.
University A White Huskies struck late to stay alive and went on to win a dramatic shootout in women's club hockey on Saturday.
King's United came from two goals down twice in a tense match to finish the regular season of the premier men's competition with a 3-3 draw on Saturday.