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Michael McCann (field hockey)

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Subject: 2006 Men's Hockey World Cup, Australia at the 2004 Summer Olympics, 2002 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy, 2005 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy, 2003 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy
Collection: 1977 Births, Australian Field Hockey Players, Commonwealth Games Gold Medallists for Australia, Field Hockey Players at the 2002 Commonwealth Games, Field Hockey Players at the 2004 Summer Olympics, Field Hockey Players at the 2006 Commonwealth Games, Living People, Olympic Field Hockey Players of Australia, Olympic Gold Medalists for Australia, Olympic Medalists in Field Hockey, Place of Birth Missing (Living People), Recipients of the Medal of the Order of Australia
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Michael McCann (field hockey)

Michael McCann
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Born (1977-09-26) 26 September 1977
Sydney, Australia

Michael McCann OAM (born 26 September 1977) is a field hockey striker from Sydney, Australia, who won the gold medal with the Australia national field hockey team at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens.[1] He was included in the national squad for the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in 2001 after an impressive national league season netted him the top goal scorer's award.[2]

He retired from international hockey in 2007 after playing 165 games and scoring 72 goals.[3]

International senior tournaments


  1. ^ Olympic results
  2. ^ Profile at
  3. ^ New squad named but Kookaburras will struggle to fill hole left by McCann
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