Former Black Sticks striker Katie Glynn has sprung to the defence of embattled coach Mark Hager.
Proposed changes to the structure of hockey could mean Central and Northland are excluded from regional tournaments.
A cone of silence has descended over Hockey New Zealand and its players' association after a meeting yesterday to resolve the Mark Hager email issue and subsequent fallout.
The Southern Dogs have named a squad which quite possibly features the oldest and youngest players in the National Hockey League.
The Southern Dogs made a quiet start to their preparations for the National Hockey League with a pre-season game against the Canterbury Beavers in Timaru on the weekend.
Sport can be the cruellest. That’s as simple as one can sum it up for University Blue Whales on Saturday as Kings United crept up like a thief in the night to claim victory in the Otago...
City Highlanders scored a "threepeat’’ on Saturday, beating Momona to win its third consecutive Otago Hockey Association premier women’s competition. City completed a rare...
In the final round of the regular season, the game of the week shaped as a pseudo semifinal for the Otago premier women’s hockey competition.
With the final having been decided for some weeks, competition leader Kings United was looking to carry momentum from the final round-robin game into Saturday’s match, while Albany Alligators were...
City went one step closer to the perfct season as a late flurry sealed victory against the challenging Taieri side in this week’s challenge shield match, via an Ellie Duncan hat-trick.
In the second-to-last week of round robin play defending champion University Blue Whales were looking to maintain momentum against a Taieri Tuataras side seeking the only scalp it was missing this...
Black Sticks Women’s captain Stacey Michelsen says her team has no fear ahead of its must-win World Cup pool match against rival Australia this weekend.
A Jordan Ward hat-trick allowed Taieri Tuataras to comfortably ease past bottom-placed University Black Panthers 6-0 on Saturday.
Momona did its best to keep pace with the competition leaders by scoring a tight 3-2 victory over Taieri, as Otago women’s club hockey approaches the final stage.
Southern’s Ellie Duncan (left), pictured stealing the ball from Aliesha Reeves, helped her team clinch a win over Midlands and advance up the tournament rankings at the women’s national under-18...
The Black Sticks will be looking to bounce back late tonight after being thrashed 7-1 by home side Japan in Shiga.
The chances of the Southern boys team repeating the success of the 2005 side are looking slim after the first two days of the national under-18 tournament in Dunedin.