KALUWIN POTUAN RECOGNITION OF SERVICE Papua New Guinea Hockey Federation President Kaluwin Potuan has served as Oceania Hockey Federation Vice President for a period of seven years, retiring at the 2018 AGM ...
LEADING FROM THE FRONT - PORT MORESBY HOCKEY ASSOCIATION Port Moresby Hockey Association, through its President Peter Molean is looking to develop its organisational structure so that it can be seen as a leading hockey associa...
YOGQ TD JENNIE THOMPSON SUPPORTS HER OFFICIALS Australian TD Jennie Thompson provided a very positive environment for the many Pacific Island officials who were appointed to the YOGQ in Port Moresby in April.
PACIFIC ISLAND UMPIRES OFFICIATE FINALS For the very first time at any Oceania event the finals were umpired by Pacific Island umpires. This is a huge milestone in the development of officials within Oceania. ...

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SUCCESSFUL UMPIRING WORKSHOP

As part of the Oceania Hockey Federation's development pathways it is normal to run workshops prior to events as there is expertise appointed to run the event and these individuals are always willing to present at workshops.
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YOG QUALIFIER - FINAL RESULTS

The final day for the Oceania Youth Olympic Games Qualifier had a great atmosphere as all teams were in contention for spots to go to Argentina later in the year. The most exciting game was the men's bronze medal match between Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands where three goals were scored in the last 2 minutes to give Solomon Islands the bronze medal.
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YOGQ FINAL RESULTS DAY 1

Australia were the only teams to record 2 win on Day 1 but both Vanuatu Men and Women recorded 1 win each. Solomon Islands Women have improved dramatically and took the game to Vanuatu women with the final score being 3-2 to Vanautu
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2 ROUNDS COMPLETED FOR THE MEN ON THE FIRST DAY

Australia comfortably leads the Men's competition table with 2 comprehensive wins. Vanuatu recovered well from their significant loss in the first game 20 nil
to record their first win of the championship over Solomon Islands 5-1
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YOG QUALIFIER COMPETITION UNDERWAY

The Youth Olympic Games Qualifier got underway this morning with a very close match between Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands Men with a 2 all draw
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YOG LIAISION OFFICERS LOOK SMART

Papua New Guinea Hockey Federation has provided colourful dress uniforms for all their liaison officials meeting participating teams at the airport.
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NEW TECHNICAL BENCH FOR PNG HOCKEY

PNGHF have carpenters working hard constructing an elevated technical bench to provide better vision of the whole pitch for technical officials and to create more room to accommodate officials during matches.
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CHANGE TO YOG 2018 MATCH SCHEDULE

Due to the unfortunate withdrawal of Tonga, the match schedule has been modified and now both Men and Women follow the same format of 2 rounds followed by a medal round
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PAPUA NEW GUINEA YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES QUALIFIER TRIALS

It was pleasing to see Papua New Guinea Hockey Federation conducting open trials to select their Youth Olympic Games teams.
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PACIFIC SPORT PARTNERSHIP

Hockey has been part of this partnership programme funded by the Australian Government for almost 2 years. Our programme has be titled "It's not Just About Hockey" as the sport is the platform to provide empowerment for women and a healthier lifestyle for all through the integration of sport and the communities it includes.
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TODD KITTO FEATURES IN NEW PR VIDEO!

GHD who manages the Australian Government funded Pacific Sport Partnership (PSP) have partnered with UNICEF Pacific to produce positive social messages delivered by athletes and staff of the Pacific.
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FEMALE ROLE MODELS ENCOURAGE YOUTH PLAYERS

National Women's players Hellen Kawiel and Kathy Kalsav Aru who have represented Vanuatu at six Oceania events have been working beside Coach Jenny Bowtell to inspire the next generation of female hockey players hoping to be selected to go to Port Moresby for the youth Olympic Games Qualifier.
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Meeting with VASANOC

HOCKEY MEETS WITH VASANOC

Oceania HF Competition Chair David Peebles, CDO Gill Gemming and VHF Australian Volunteer Todd Kitto, met with VASANOC CEO Henry Tavoa and Sport Development Officer James Malau to assist VHF with their quest to get Olympic Solidarity Funding for their campaign to get to Port Moresby for the Youth Olympic Games.
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David Peebles and Director General George Maeltoka

VANUATU MINISTRY OF YOUTH AND SPORT DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP

Vanuatu Ministry of Youth and Sport Development held a workshop on Thursday March 15 to bring together all partners involved in Youth and Sport. Hockey was well represented with 5 participants.
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 YOG Vanuatu team members after selection

YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES QUALIFIER PROGRESS

Youth Olympic Games Qualifier is to be held in Papua New Guinea between the 25th and the 28th of April. Entries have now been confirmed and the match schedule is awaiting FIH approval.
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ERNEST MOVICK - FIJI OFFICIAL OF THE YEAR

Congratulations to Ernest Movick, who was named as Sport Official of the Year at Friday nights Fiji Sports Awards.
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OHF OFFICIATING COMMITTEE MEETING HELD IN AUCKLAND

The OHF Officiating Meeting was held in Auckland last Wednesday 21 st Feb in the Waiheke Room at the new Hockey New Zealand's office, which has moved up a floor from its previous location.
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Parliament House

CYCLONE GITA HITS TONGA

A devastating cyclone (Cyclone Gita) hit Tonga early last night.
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YOG 2018 MEETINGS HELD IN PORT MORESBY

Oceania Hockey Federation Secretary General, Bob Claxton and CDO Gill Gemming met with the PNGHF local organising committee last week
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OCEANIA EVENT MANAGEMENT AND HOSTING DOCUMENTS

There are a number of new documents related to regional event management and hosting of Oceania Cup 2019 and Intercontinental 5s.
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FIH WORLD SERIES Round 1 2018 IN VANUATU

Vanuatu has accepted the hosting rights for the 2018 World Series Round 1. Excitement after their men won the gold medal at the Oceania Intercontinental Hockey 5s event in Sydney 2017 has given confidence to apply to host.
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YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES QUALIFIER, PAPUA NEW GUINEA

Papua New Guinea will host the 2018 Youth Olympic Games Qualifier from the 25th to the 29th April in Port Moresby.
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NEW ZEALAND HOCKEY DEVELOPMENT OFFICERS CONFERENCE

New Zealand Hockey held their Annual Development Officers Conference and invited Oceania Development Officers to be part of the Conference for the first time.
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FIH COACH EDUCATORS WORKSHOP

The second FIH Coach Educators Workshop to be held in New Zealand was run in conjunction with the Women's World League Finals in November in North Harbour.
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FIH/OHF LEVEL ONE COACHING COURSE

The first coaching course to be run beside the World League Women's Finals was the FIH/OHF Level 1 Coaching Course.
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DEVELOPMENT OFFICERS TRAINING

The Development Officers from Fiji, Tonga and Vanuatu were brought together in late November 2017 to Auckland.
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OCEANIA CUP FINAL RESULTS

Oceania Cup Results:
Women: Australia 2 New Zealand 0
Men: Australia 6 New Zealand 0
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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 Intercontinental Hockey5s Cups: These were awarded to Australia Country Men and Women for winning the Round Robin Competition.
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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 respective tables.
Yesterday Australia Men defeated Papua New Guinea Men while Australia Women defeated New Zealand 2-1.
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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 October will involve the Oceania Member nations in order to determine the order of the FIH world ranking points 4-7th placing.
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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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