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Black Sticks leave it late to beat Canada

Arun Panchia and Phil Burrows scored late to hand New Zealand a 3-1 win over Canada in their first men's hockey match at the Commonwealth Games. The world No.6 Black Sticks took longer than expected to put away their 16th-ranked opponents who ... Yahoo!Xtra, 9 hours ago
Commonwealth Games: Black Sticks beat Canada New Zealand Herald, 9 hours ago

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Black Sticks open campaign with a win

The New Zealand men's hockey team started its Commonwealth Games campaign with a 3-1 win over Group B rivals Canada at the National Hockey Centre in Glasgow this morning. It took a goal from substitute Arun Panchia, 12 minutes from fulltime, to ... hours ago Black Sticks win hours ago Black Sticks open campaign with a victory hours ago
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Hayward Glasgow bound

Tauranga defender Andy Hayward will be looking to add to his Commonwealth Games bronze after securing a spot in the New Zealand men's hockey team for this year's games in Glasgow. Hayward, a mainstay amongst the Black Sticks squad in recent ...
 Sun Live2 weeks ago

Hockey: It's getting tougher at the top for players and selector

The in-form Simon Child - shown in action against Japan - will lead the Black Sticks' attack at the Commonwealth Games. Photo / A deepening talent pool made selection of the Commonwealth Games hockey team difficult for national men's coach Colin ...
 New Zealand Herald2 weeks ago Shaw's determination rewarded with NZ recall weeks ago Black Sticks name Brad Shaw in Games team weeks ago Black Sticks name veteran Brad Shaw in Games team weeks ago

Team Complete with Hockey Naming

The New Zealand Olympic Committee rounded off the Commonwealth Games Team to Glasgow with the naming of the New Zealand men's hockey team at a press conference today. Northland's Shay Neal and Canterbury's Brad Shaw have received the call up ...
 New Zealand Olympic Committee2 weeks ago Hockey: Commonwealth Games squad annou ...  Farming2 weeks ago Games team complete with men's hockey announcement weeks ago

Neal back in Black Sticks (NZ Newswire)

Eight months after undergoing serious hip surgery, striker Shay Neal has forced his way back into the Black Sticks for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. Neal is something of a bolter in the men's hockey team named in Auckland on Tuesday, having ...
 Yahoo! News Australia2 weeks ago Neal back in Black Sticks  MSN New Zealand2 weeks ago

Black Sticks ooze experience for Glasgow

Shay Neal and Brad Shaw have received call ups to play for the Black Sticks men's team at the Commonwealth Games Glasgow. Otherwise, it's a vastly experienced side with all but four of the 16-man squad having played more than a hundred Tests. The ...
 ONE News2 weeks ago Hockey: Neal, Shaw get Glasgow call up  New Zealand Herald2 weeks ago
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Hockey stars make world cup

Four Tauranga hockey players will represent New Zealand at the Hockey World Cup in The Hague, Netherlands, following announcement of the Black Sticks men's and women's teams for the competition. Andy Hayward from Tauranga Boys' College is part of ...
 Sun Live2 months ago Unchanged Black Sticks men's side for World Cup months ago Experienced Black Sticks squad named  Radio New Zealand2 months ago Unchanged Black Sticks named for World Cup  Yahoo!Xtra2 months ago
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