OCEANIA CUP FINAL RESULTS Oceania Cup Results:
Women: Australia 2 New Zealand 0
Men: Australia 6 New Zealand 0
HOCKEY FIVES FINAL RESULTS Women:
Gold Medal: Fiji, Silver Medal: Samoa, Bronze Medal: Solomon Islands.
Men:
Gold Medal: Vanuatu, Silver Medal: Samoa, Bronze Medal: Solomon Islands.
OCEANIA CUP FINALS- AUSTRALIA V NEW ZEALAND Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea Men and Women played a round robin competition since Wednesday with Australia Men and Women finishing on top of the respectiv...
OCEANIA INTERCONTINENTAL HOCKEY 5s - FINALS Australia Country Men and Women won the round robin competition and will be awarded the inaugural Intercontinental Cups.

The medal round held on Sunday 15th Oct...

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DAY 3 HOCKEY 5s WOMEN'S RESULTS - FIJI CHARGE TO FINAL

Fiji dominated Tonga and won the match convincingly 21-1. Fiji have demonstrated not just by their seeding but the manner in which they have played that they will be hard to defeat in the finals

Samoa women have continued to improve as they come to understand the Hockey5s format. They defeated Solomon Islands Women 6-2
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DAY 2 RESULTS - AUSTRALIA WOMEN DOMINATE IN CUP

Australia Women dominated PNG Women but they did not have it all their own way PNG made them work hard for their goals. PNG had remained positive after last night's match against New Zealand and defended well today marking more strongly
and clearing wider.Final score 23-0
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SAMANTHA CHARLTON CELEBRATES HER 200th CAP WITH WIN

New Zealand BlackSticks Captain Samantha Charlton received a bouquet of flowers from Coach Mark Hagar prior to the start of the first 2017 Oceania Cup match to recognise her 200th international cap.
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OCEANIA HOCKEY5s DRAW REVISED

Due to the pressure on warm up facilities an extra 5 minutes has been added to each of the Hockey5s matches to provide more warm up time and to allow bench staff more time to change.

On Thursday 12th October, as it is a second day of double headers for the majority of teams, the start of play has come back to 8.30am
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OCEANIA CUP COLOURFUL OPENING CEREMONY

At the break between the end of Day 1 of the Oceania Intercontinental Hockey5s and the start of the Oceania Cup matches Hockey Australia hosted an opening ceremony. OHF Secretary General Bob Claxton welcomed all the participants and gave a short history of the Oceania Cup and an explanation to inaugural Hockey5s.
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SOLOMON ISLANDS MADE AN EXCELLENT START TO THEIR OCEANIA CHAMIONSHIPS

Although the teams arrived very late into Sydney and had little sleep they began their tournaments with wins.
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WELCOME BACK SAMOA

Samoa Hockey Federation entered both their men and women's teams in the Hockey5s competition which was a first in this competition format. Team Head Coach Peta Teo was pleased with their first day's efforts. The Women's team had a win and a loss while the men had a loss to Australia Country.
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TONGA EXCITE CROWD WITH SIPITAU

Tonga entertained the crowd with a traditional Sipitau challenge before their match with the Solomon Islands.
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OCEANIA INTERCONTINENTAL 5s OPENING MATCH

The inaugural Oceania Intercontinental Hockey5s event got underway this morning with a competitive match between Vanuatu Men and Australia Country Men.
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OCEANIA CUP AND INTERCONTINENTAL HOCKEY5S MATCH SCHEDULE

The competition for the Oceania Cup and the International Hockey5s starts at the Olympic Hockey Stadium in Homebush, Sydney, on Wednesday 11th October.
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Australian High Commisioner Jenny Da Rin

PACIFIC SPORT PARTNERSHIP A HIT FOR HOCKEY

The Pacific Sport Partnership (PSP) is a programme funded by the Australian Government aimed at improving participation of both men and women in hockey delivering education and health initiatives and providing leadership and mentoring especially in governance and opportunities for women
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2017 OCEANIA CUP AND INTERCONTINENTAL HOCKEY5S UPDATE

Preparations are well underway for this tournament running at Homebush in Sydney from the 11th to the 15th October 2017.
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EQUIPMENT DONATIONS VERY MUCH VALUED

Donations of equipment and team clothing from both Australian and New Zealand Clubs and Associations has been well received by the Pacific Island Hockey Federations.
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SOLOMON ISLANDS SUPER SECONDARY SCHOOL TOURNAMENTS

Solomon Islands have run two hugely successful secondary school tournaments, well and enthusiastically followed by the schools and their wider communities.
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SUCCESSFUL KINDERGARTEN PROGRAMME

Tonga has developed and is running a most successful programme within the kindergarten community.
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OLYMPIC DAY HOCKEY PARTICIPATION

Olympic Day was celebrated (on the 25th of June) by Hockey Federations across Oceania namely Australia, Fiji, New Zealand, Solomon Islands, Tonga and Vanuatu.
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A SPORT FOR ALL

Inclusion programmes for those with disabilities has been a highlight during this last quarter in Tonga, Vanuatu and New Zealand
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PROMOTION OF HOCKEY AT ONOC CONFERENCE

Oceania Olympic Committee held their conference in Fiji (between the 28th of March and the 2nd of April). Part of the conference was a marketplace where sports were given the opportunity to promote themselves to the national Olympic committees.
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OHF AGM WELL ATTENDED IN FIJI

The OHF AGM was held in conjunction with the ONOC Conference in Nadi, Fiji on Thursday 30th March at 5.00pm
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FIJI MEN COMPETE AT WORLD LEAGUE ROUND TWO

Fiji Men have finished World League Round 2 in Dhaka, Bangladesh, from the 4th to the 12th of March, in 8th position.
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OHF AGM 30TH MARCH

The OHF AGM will be held in Nadi Fiji, March 30th, in conjunction with the Oceania Olympic Conference
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SIHF ASSISTED BY AUSTRALIAN VOLUNTEER, JULIAN BRAZIER

The new Australian High Commissioner Rod Brazier took up office late last year and his son Julian, who is in Honiara until May, offered to work beside the PSP Development Officers.
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CONGRATULATIONS NIHAL SENEVIRATNE

Solomon Islands Hockey Federation President Nihal Seneviratne was elected to the Solomon Islands Olympic Committee.
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SOLOMON ISLANDS HOCKEY RECOGNISE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY

Solomon Islands women's hockey players celebrated International Women's Day in Honiara.
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"PLAY HOCKEY"

As a result of having indigenous Development Officers in place it became urgent to supply them with resources which could be used out in the field ... catering to the growing base of children coming into the game and also assisting the new volunteer coaches and teachers.
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Greeting at Honiara Airport

HOCKEYROOS TREATED LIKE ROCK STARS IN SOLOMONS

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MAMAS IN HOCKEY'' ENJOYED HOCKEYROOS VISIT

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RACHEL LYNCH SPENT TIME WITH VANUATU GOALKEEPERS

Rachel Lynch, the Hockeyroos Goalkeeper at the Rio Olympics, and twice gold medalist at the last two Commonwealth Games shared her knowledge and expertise with two Vanuatu goalkeepers.
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HOCKEYROOS VISIT VANUATU

Jane Claxton and Rachel Lynch, two Hockeyroos who represented Australia at Rio came to Port Vila to run hockey clinics for a range of participants.
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PSP DEVELOPMENT OFFICERS WORKSHOP VERY SUCCESSFUL

For the very first time the three PSP Hockey Development officers from Vanuatu and Tonga were able to work and share their experiences to enable both countries to have even more initiatives for 2017.
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OCEANIA HOCKEY5S INTERCONTINENTAL CUP 2017

An inaugural Oceania Hockey5s Intercontinental Cup 2017 event to provide competition for Oceania teams who chose to play in the Hockey5s rather than Hockey11s
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2017 OHF OCEANIA CUP

In October 2017 the Oceania Cup will be held at Olympic Park, Homebush, Sydney. This tournament is the qualifier for the 2018 World Cup.
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HOCKEYROOS VISIT VANUATU AND SOLOMON ISLANDS

Australian Olympic Hockey Athletes to visit Honiara and Port Vila
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DEVELOPMENT OFFICERS WORKSHOP PORT VILA

Tonga and Port Vila Development Officers meet together to review and prepare for 2017.
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HOCKEY'S PACIFIC SPORT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMME FINISHES 2016 STRONGLY

Sports Partnership making an impact in the chosen countries.
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HOCKEY MOURNS BENTLEY DONGA'S PASSING

Oceania Hockey Federation was very sad to hear of the passing of Solomon Islands first Participation Officer.
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VALERIE ADAMS INSPIRES HOCKEY PLAYERS

Valerie Adams encouraging sporting endeavour in Tonga
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TANNA ISLAND GETS A TASTE OF HOCKEY

Vanuatu's Development Officer Nasse Maltungtung takes hockey to a volcanic island outpost.
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SOLOMON ISLANDS DEVELOPING DESIGNATED HOCKEY AREAS

Solomon Islands Hockey Federation have established a positive relationship and partnership with King George VI Secondary School which is the largest in Honiara. At the far end of the school fields land had been assigned to the Hockey Federation to develop playing fields.
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NEW DEVELOPMENT OFFICERS FOR VANUATU

Nasse Maltungtung and Hiro Ben, 2 national players who represented Vanuatu in Fiji in July have been appointed as the new Development Officers to replace the highly successful Mary Siro. Congratulations to Mary who has had a magnificent year culminating in her Queens' Youth Leadership award that she received from the Queen herself in June in London.
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