Black Sticks
01/18/2017 at 19:53. Facebook
The 2017 Hockey India League gets underway this weekend with Black Sticks striker Simon Child again representing DELHI WAVERIDERS and Black Sticks Women's coach Mark Hager taking the helm at Kalinga Lancers. For more information head to league.hockeyindia.org/
The Black Sticks Men have retained plenty of experience along with some exciting young prospects in the 2017 National Squad. Twelve players competed at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games while there are two new faces in David Brydon and Kim Kingstone. See the full squad here - bit.ly/2jIUWm6. Photo:
The Black Sticks Women will take a versatile team into next month’s series against Argentina in Buenos Aires with Stephanie Dickins, Tessa Jopp and Grace O'Hanlon set to make their international debut! Read more here - bit.ly/2ihd8hn. Photo: Planet Hockey
The Black Sticks Women have ushered in some fresh faces to the 2017 National Squad as the group progresses into the new Olympic cycle. See the squad list here - bit.ly/2jfG8HT. Photo:
A big congratulations to retired Black Sticks Phil Burrows and Katie Glynn who have both become a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit (MNZM) for their services to hockey!
The latest edition of the Planet Hockey magazine has dropped just in time for Christmas, with some great reading including coverage of the Black Sticks Men and Women at the Ford Trans-Tasman Trophy. Click here to download it now - bit.ly/2hUOIff
It's been another fantastic year packed with great memories and we're incredibly proud of our Black Sticks Men and Women as they continue to stick it to the world. Merry Christmas and happy holidays to all our fans and supporters, you're amazing!
Just Hockey NZ has you covered for official Black Sticks merchandise this summer! Check out the range here - bit.ly/2beoZw9
That feeling when you score a double for the win in your 100th test for the Black Sticks... Sam Harrison with the boom!
The Black Sticks Women have beaten Malaysia 2-1 in the fifth and final game at the TET MultiSports Centre in Stratford. NZ dominated the first half with Samantha Harrison scoring a double in her 100th international. Read the report here - bit.ly/2hHt7GE. Photo:
A very special day for Sam Harrison who earns her 100th test cap when the Black Sticks Women play their fifth and final match against Malaysia in Stratford at 1pm this afternoon!
The NZ Under 21 Men have finished with a dominant 4-1 result over South Africa at the Junior World Cup. Mac Wilcox scooped Man of the Match scoring a double while Dominic Newman and Dylan Thomas also netted. Read more here - bit.ly/2hKscVL. Photo: World Sport Pics
Watch goals from the Black Sticks Women's 5-2 victory over Malaysia in Stratford this afternoon
The Black Sticks Women have powered to an unassailable series lead after defeating Malaysia 5-2 in game four. Phoebe Steele, Kirsten Pearce, Rachel McCann, Samantha Harrison and Michaela Curtis all found the back of the net to earn the Kiwis the series with one game still to play. Read the report here - bit.ly/2hI9BcL.
The New Zealand Under 21 Men flexed some muscle at training today ahead of their final clash at the Junior World Cup when they take on South Africa at 1:30am Sunday morning (NZ time), with live coverage on SKY Sport NZ. Photo: World Sport Pics #BEAST
It's been a rough night for the Black Sticks Women who suffered a disappointing 1-0 loss to Malaysia in game three at the TET MultiSports Centre. Read more here - bit.ly/2hItZOf. Photo:
Good luck to the Black Sticks Women who are back in action in game three against Malaysia in Stratford at 6:30pm this evening! Discounted tickets still available at . Photo:
The New Zealand Under 21 Men have defeated Malaysia 3-1 in their classification playoff at the Junior World Cup. Oliver Logan struck early before late goals from Robbie Capizzi and Sam Lane sealed the result. Read the full report here - bit.ly/2gAcvyK. Photo: World Sport Pics
Time for the NZ Under 21 Men to close out their final two games at the Junior World Cup on a positive as they take on Malaysia at 11:15pm tonight (NZ time), with live coverage on SKY Sport NZ 3. Photo: World Sport Pics