New South Wales Arrows

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NSW Arrows
Nickname Arrows
Association Hockey Australia
AHL
Coach Katrina Powell
Assistant Coach Pam Goodwin
Home Ground Sydney Olympic Park Hockey Centre
Colours Sky Blue
Home colours
Away colours
NSWLogo.png

The New South Wales Arrows are a nationally competing field hockey team based in Sydney, Australia. [1] Their most recent Australian Hockey League title win was in 2014. [2] In 2015, NSW beat the ACT in the bronze medal playoff, securing 3rd place in the final rankings after beating Canberra Labor Club Strikers 3-1. [3] The NSW Arrows are the most successful team in the AHL, winning a record 9 titles in the years 1993, 1996, 1998-2002, 2009 and 2014.

NSW Arrows Team 2015 [4]
Players Team Officials
  • Jocelyn Bartram (Goalkeeper)
  • Alysha Borg
  • Lily Brazel
  • Belinda Brooks
  • Tamsin Bunt
  • Mathilda Carmichael
  • Kyah Gray
  • Kate Hanna
  • Greta Hayes
  • Rene Hunter (Goalkeeper)
  • Kate Jenner
  • Emma McLeish (Captain) [5]
  • Georgina Morgan
  • Kaitlin Nobbs
  • Mikaela Patterson
  • Makaela Potts
  • Tegan Risk
  • Emma Scriven
  • Cara Simpson
  • Emily Smith (Captain) [6]
  • Grace Stewart
  • Mariah Williams
  • Head coach: Katrina Powell
  • Coach: Pam Goodwin

[7] [8]

NSW women's state hockey team
Players Coaching staff
  • Jocelyn Bartram
  • Eliza Brazel
  • Lily Brazel
  • Belinda Brooks
  • Mathilda Carmichael
  • Jade Close
  • Kasey Cocking
  • Toni Cronk
  • Casey Eastham
  • Alyssa Healy
  • Emily Hurtz
  • Kate Jenner
  • Nina Khoury
  • Tamsin Lee
  • Emma McLeish
  • Jacklyn McRae
  • Rachel Miller
  • Harriet Moore
  • Georgina Morgan
  • Stephanie Purdy
  • Megan Rivers
  • Emily Smith
  • Jade Warrender
  • Holly Webster
  • Kellie White
  • Head coach: Anthony Thornton
  • Asst coach: Warren Birmingham
  • Manager: Georgina Gunner

[9]

References

  1. ^ http://www.hockeynsw.com.au/page.asp?PID=322&MID=0&SID=322
  2. ^ http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/3377465/bunt-returns-to-stake-her-hockeyroo-claim/
  3. ^ http://www.centralwesterndaily.com.au/story/3400181/bones-cant-crack-it-for-medal-hill-scores-goal-in-nsws-losing-cause/
  4. ^ http://www.hockeynsw.com.au/News/Hockey-NSW-News/2015-arrows-waratahs-team-announcement
  5. ^ http://www.hockey.org.au/AHLSydney
  6. ^ http://www.smh.com.au/sport/act-sport/canberra-strikers-denied-podium-finish-in-bronze-medal-loss-to-nsw-arrows-20151002-gjzpvo.html
  7. ^ http://www.hockeynsw.com.au/News/Hockey-NSW-News/2015-arrows-waratahs-team-announcement
  8. ^ http://www.hockey.org.au/AHLSydney
  9. ^ http://www.hockeynsw.com.au/page.asp?PID=322&MID=269&SID=293

See also

External links

  • Hockey NSW
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