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SouthCoastToday.com email@example.com The first out of the Greater New Bedford U-14 Pony League All-Stars said it all in the Eastern Zone North Regional District Tournament at Brooklawn Park on Friday. Andrew Mattos led off the game for GNB, which was
Legendary Australian hockey player Jamie Dwyer is all set to call time on his illustrious career within next two months, ruling out any possibility of representing the `Kookaburras` in their Champions Trophy defence in India later this year.
And Jamie Dwyer, surely the greatest player in Australian hockey history, admits he could be playing the last tournament of his career...But he faces some soul searching when he gets home. "I want to go to Glasgow and win the Commonwealth Games gold
Playing in The Hague, Glenn Turner put the Kookaburras ahead in the 25th minute before three goals in a four-minute spell in the second. Eddie Ockenden doubled the lead on 50 minutes and Jamie Dwyer put his name on the score sheet a couple of minutes
Australian ace Jamie Dwyer was forthright in his assessment about the current India hockey team terming Sardar Singh and Co as an "inconsistent" bunch, who will have to depend a lot on ace drag-flicker Rupinder Pal Singh and comeback man Gurbaj Singh.
Ric left [as coach of the women's team in 2000] and the girls haven't won a tournament since,'' Dwyer said. ''So it's going to be a really tough job. The coach will have a lot of expectation on him, but I want the team to keep going strong. ''There
AP Star Australian forward Jamie Dwyer (right) and Dutch goalkeeper Jaap Stockamann are among the many foreign recruits who feel more teams will further add to the credibility of the tournament. File Photo The first two editions of the Hockey India
The Hindu Punjab Warriors player Sandeep Singh hits a goal over Uttar Pradesh Wizards during their Hockey India League match at the International Hockey Stadium in Mohali on Saturday. Photo: Akhilesh Kumar Jaypee Punjab Warriors defeated Uttar
That was Kookaburras coach Ric Charlesworth's attitude after being forced to overlook the five-time World Player of the Year for their upcoming inaugural World League men's hockey finals campaign in India. Dwyer on Monday was among a host of big
Australia and New Zealand will contest the men's and women's finals at the Oceania Cup hockey tournament tomorrow. And while there's still the final round of pool play to be completed at the TET Multi Sports Centre today, with some blow-out scores