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The Australian Ice Hockey contingent has won silver and two bronze within their Mixed NOC Teams in the 3×3 Ice Hockey finals at Lausanne 2020. 14-year-old Courtney Mahoney, in Women’s Black, won the Youth Olympic silver medal, after going down 1-6 to Women’s Yellow in the gold medal game. Nikki Sharp and Sai Lake are… Read more »
IHA would like to congratulate the following Mighty Roo’s squad of players and staff who have been named to represent Australia against the Victorian All-Stars at O’Brien Icehouse on 15th and 16th February as part of the 10th Anniversary celebrations of the venue. Several reserves will join the squad in addition to the Croatia team… Read more »
IHA would like to congratulate the following Mighty Roo’s squad of players and staff who have been named to represent Australia at the 2020 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship taking place in Zagreb, Croatia from the 19-25th April 2020. Anthony Kimlin Beau Taylor Bert Malloy Brian Funes Cameron Todd Casey Kubara Charlie Smart Hayden Dawes… Read more »
IHA would like to congratulate the following players and staff who will be representing Australia at the 2020 IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s World Championship Div II, Group B in Akureyri, Iceland from the 23-29th February 2020. Ashlie Aparicio – VIC Natalie Ayris – SA Anna Badaoui – NSW Michelle Clark-Crumpton – WA Stephenie Cochrane –… Read more »
It is with great excitement that we announce the 2020 National Women’s U18 Team, inclusive of team Captains. We have many new faces to the team this year – 11 rookies in fact. There is representation from WA, SA, VIC, ACT, NSW and QLD. The team is comprised of a young, talented and passionate playing… Read more »
IHA would like to congratulate the following players and officials who will be representing Australia at the Youth Olympic Games in Laussane in January 2020. Male Players Riley Langille (WA) – Ranked 34 Sai Lake (VIC) – Ranked 84 Female Players Nikki Sharp (WA) – Ranked 1 Ebony Brunt (ACT) – Ranked 25 Molly Lukowiak… Read more »