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Keen to cash-in on their ever-improving standing on the international stage, Hockey New Zealand are looking to host an Azlan Shah-type tournament for women here. HNZ chief executive Hilary Poole, just back from the Champions Trophy where she watched
37 03/04/2011 A new law requiring compulsory vetting for sports coaches working with children is needed, says hockey's governing body after one of its own was charged with sex offences. North Harbour hockey coach Roger Hillman, 32, faces four
The winners of next year's seventh Oceania Cup will take the first Olympic spot as Continental champions. Now the International Federation has guaranteed a second spot for Oceania. Australia and New Zealand are hot favourites to fill those two places
Two of the most experienced members of the New Zealand women hockey team's silver medal-winning campaign at the Commonwealth Games are missing from the 2011 national squad named today, but two old hands are back in the men's fold. Canterbury
Cumpston, 42, was yesterday announced as Hockey New Zealand's first high performance manager...Soon after she had been interviewed for the role, Australian women's coach Frank Murray quit. Cumpston admits she could have been in line to take that role.
Netball New Zealand and Hockey New Zealand joined forces with their Australian counterparts in seeking extra information over and above that being provided by the New Zealand Olympic Committee. NNZ chief executive Raelene Castle was reluctant to
The Games opening ceremony is on October 3 and NNZ boss Raelene Castle said that while she considered the Silver Ferns to be "in a go position, there are still questions to be answered and [our] levels of confidence have to be confirmed before we hop
The six teams that qualify for the Champions Trophy are among the best in the world and, although New Zealand have never enjoyed a podium finish, their revival as a hockey power is seeing an increased focus on Kiwi players by powerful European clubs.
About $1 million was put into New Zealand's failed Vancouver programme, with the 16-strong team falling well below expectations of two top eight finishes. High Performance manager Martin Toomey says his trip to Vancouver was a revelation.
The report, compiled by BDO, included a section headed "fundamental uncertainty". It talks about the $234,400 lost in the six months to December 31, 2009, which reduced HNZ's reserves to $276,230. "If the Federation's [HNZ] actual results are not