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National Championships 2019 Update

After many years, Championship ice hockey returns to Queensland. The Brown Shield will be held at Boondall Iceworld Brisbane from 18th – 21st September. Ice Hockey Queensland is excited to be hosting this event and look forward to seeing all States attending.

National Men’s Senior Team Announced

The WM management team is pleased to announce the following players to represent Australia at the upcoming IIHF World Championships in Belgrade, Serbia from 9th – 15th April 2019.

Anthony Kimlin
Beau Taylor
Bert Malloy
Brian Funes
Cameron Todd
Charlie Smart
Chris Wong
Jack Carpenter
Jamie Woodman
Jason Baclig       
Joey Rezek
Kai Miettinen
Kieren Webster
Lliam Webster
Mathew Lindsay
Matt Armstrong
Michael McMahon
Per Daniel Goransson
Robert Haselhurst
Tommy Powell
Vadim Virjassov
Wehebe Darge

Support Staff are

(Coach)  Brad Vigon
(Assistant Coach)  Matti Luoma
(Team Leader)  Steve Ransome
(General Manager)  Ian Webster
(Doctor)  Peter Moore
(Equipment Manager) Petr Cirkl

In addition we have the services of
(Chiropractor) Dr Rod Weiland
(Physiotherapist) Ashleigh Trupiano

National Championships 2019

Planning for the 2019 National Championships has already commenced.

Finalised dates are as follows :

DeFris 31st July – 3rd August in Perth. Rink to be advised shortly

Tange 11th – 14th July in Melbourne. Rink to be advised

Ginsberg 15th – 18th August at Erina, NSW

Brown 18th – 21st September at Boondall Iceworld Brisbane

John McCrae-Williamson Jamboree 7th – 10th June at Erina, NSW

National Men’s U20 Team Announced

The WM20 management team is pleased to announce the following players to represent Australia at the upcoming IIHF World Championships in Reykjavik, Iceland from 13th – 21st January 2019.

James Barton   (NSW)
Jordon Brunt   (ACT)
Andrew Chen   (SA)
Lachlan Fahmy   (NSW)
Kenshin Hayashi   (NSW)
Thomas Kiliwnik   (QLD)
Yannic Lodge   (WA)
Liam Manwarring   (NSW)
Marcel McGuiness   (SA)
Jack Ransome   (NSW)
Fredrik Rozenberg   (NSW)
Dylan Sables   (NSW)
Aiden Sillato   (NSW)
Ethan Spelde   (GK, NSW)
Lachlan Tripp   (QLD)
Jeremy Vasquez   (NSW)
Arthur Wang   (NSW)
Xander Wardlaw   (NSW)
Brock Williams   (WA)
Sebastian Woodlands  (GK, SA)