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Kookaburras ready to defend World Cup title

Kookaburras ready to defend World Cup title

30 November 2018

World number one Australia head into the tournament as defending champs, having won the past two World Cups in 2010 and 2014. Tonight, the Kookaburras kick off their World Cup title defence against Ireland.

Aussies suffer second straight loss

Aussies suffer second straight loss

10 August 2016

Australia’s men’s hockey team has suffered a rare second consecutive defeat, this time 1-0 at the hands of Belgium.

Aussies suffer Spain setback

Aussies suffer Spain setback

8 August 2016

Australia’s men’s hockey team fell to a surprise 1-0 defeat to Spain in their second Pool A contest in Rio.

 We’re going to Rio to compete, not participate – Knowles

We’re going to Rio to compete, not participate – Knowles

29 June 2016

The hard work has only begun for 16 men’s hockey players today selected to take to the pitch at Rio, says triple Olympic captain Mark Knowles.

Kookaburras win World League Semi Final

Kookaburras win World League Semi Final

6 July 2015

A late goal two seconds from full time by Chris Ciriello won the Kookaburras the World League Semi Final tournament in the most dramatic of circumstances, earning a 1-0 victory over hosts Belgium.

Kookaburras beat Great Britain and officially guarantee Rio spot

Kookaburras beat Great Britain and officially guarantee Rio spot

4 July 2015

A 3-1 win over Great Britain secures the Australian men's hockey team a spot at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games and ticket to Sunday’s World Hockey League Grand Final against the hosts, Belgium.

Kookaburras march into World League semis

Kookaburras march into World League semis

2 July 2015

The Kookaburras marched into the semi-final of the Hockey World League after overcoming a dogged and physical Ireland 4-1 in an absorbing quarter-final in Antwerp.

Australians crowned Hockey World Champions

Australians crowned Hockey World Champions

16 June 2014

HOCKEY: Australia’s men’s hockey team has been crowned world champions once again after an emphatic 6-1 win over World Cup hosts and Olympic silver medallists, the Netherlands.

Kookaburras want to fly to Rio via Melbourne

Kookaburras want to fly to Rio via Melbourne

30 November 2012

HOCKEY: For ten members of the Australian hockey team at the Champions Trophy starting tomorrow in Melbourne it’s all about a fresh start.

Kookaburras aim to make Champions Trophy history

Kookaburras aim to make Champions Trophy history

18 November 2011

The world number 1 Kookaburras hope to make even more history under legendary coach Ric Charlesworth and become the first team to ever win the Champions Trophy four years in a row when they compete in the prestigious tournament in Auckland, New Zealand from December 3-11.

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