Preparations are under way for Oceania Intercontinental cup in Sydney Australia.The Mens team will be hoping to go more better than the silver they won at last year in world league round 1! Team to be announced soon! Hopefully both Men and Women team will be competed in the tournament.
Tigers Maul Smashers in Mangoes Indy Cup
It was hot. It was sweaty. It was fast. It was furious. It was Vanuatu Hockey at its electrifying best. Not unlike the boxing exhibition at
With three teams from the Wan Smolbag Hockey Club and three teams from the newly formed Outsidaz Hockey Club taking a shot at the title it was a hotly contested six-a-side competition and some close matches throughout. As the first official hockey competition in
The match of the day was the last pool fixture between the Tigers and the Bobcats which required golden goal extra-time to separate the
two as horns were locked 3 - 3 at the bell. It took a lovely piece of teamwork for the Tigers to deliver the knockout blow and hence proceed to the title fight. By now the Tigers had tasted blood and were ready to pounce on a suffering Smashers outfit who slowly succumbed to the trophy-hungry Tigers 4 -1.
There is some serious talent in the fledgling Outsidaz club. With all members only taking up hockey less than a month ago and all of their matches being close encounters, their performances are to be commended. They will be a force to be reckoned with in the not-too-distant future. Job and Makensi, the two WSB goal keepers, defended their lines' admirably and deserve a special mention.
The organizers would like to thank Mangoes Resort, Wan Smolbag Nutrition Senta and Peter Walker for their support.
Smashers v 21 Jump 1 - 0 Bullets v Tigers 1 - 3
Bobcats v Bullets 5 - 1 Smashers v Outsidaz 2 - 0
Outsidaz v 21 Jump 3 - 4 Tigers v Bobcats 4 - 3