Sydney Morning Herald
Govers inking his name as hockey superstar
With tattoos heavily inked on both arms, two piercings in his left ear and a passion for St George Illawarra, Kieran Govers doesn't fit any stereotype of a hockey player.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Sydney Morning Herald
Kookaburras skipper backs coaches
Kookaburras hockey skipper Mark Knowles denies having two head coaches is a problem for players as they start their Commonwealth Games defence against Wales on Saturday.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Commonwealth Games 2014: Illawarra elite are bound for glory
Bring your #welovethegong shirt, hockey talent Tristan White reminded runner Ryan Gregson.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Kookaburras not settling for less than Commonwealth Games gold
Anything less than gold in Glasgow would be a failure for arguably one of Australia's most successful sporting teams - that's the assessment of the Kookaburras captain Mark Knowles, going into the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Indian women hockey team consistently outperforming their male counterparts
A woman and her son walk past pictures of athletes Usain Bolt, Chris Hoy and Mo Farah in the Parkhead area in Glasgow on Tuesday Though it is the women's hockey team that has a better record with three medals in four appearances while the men have just one in three, the focus in hockey has been on the men's team.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
England out to topple new-look Kookaburras
England forward Simon Mantell believes the all-conquering Kookaburras may have lost some of their aura following the retirement of coach Ric Charlesworth and the shock axing of Jamie Dwyer.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Glasgow CWG: Dwyer expects Indian hockey team to make semis
Dwyer would loved to see an India-Australia duel in the final of the upcoming Commonwealth Games to be held in Glasgow from July 24 to August 3, but he said for that to happen the Sardar Singh-led side will have to "play to their potential".
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Tassie's golden world-beater
WHEN Australia announced a Commonwealth Games men's hockey squad missing the names Charlesworth and Dwyer, it was a bit like the Beatles touring without Lennon and McCartney.