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New South Wales Waratahs (field hockey)

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New South Wales Waratahs (field hockey)

The Waratahs are a men's Australian field hockey team, representing New South Wales in the Australian Hockey League, they play at the Sydney Olympic Park Hockey Centre.

Season standings

Current squad

NSW state hockey team
Players Coaching staff
  • Nathan Ackroyd
  • Liam Alexander
  • Matthew Bennett
  • Matthew Butturini
  • Anthony Charge
  • Craig Coulcon
  • Matthew Dawson
  • Scott Garner
  • Kieran Govers
  • Robert Green
  • Ryan Holding
  • Adam Imer
  • Matthew Johnson
  • Peter Kelly
  • Aaron Kershaw
  • Tom Lobsey
  • Josh Miller
  • Luke Noblett
  • Flynn Ogilvie
  • Heath Ogilvie
  • Kurt Ogilvie
  • James Olsen
  • Simon Orchard
  • Mark Paterson
  • Duncan Pearce
  • Matthew Phillips
  • James Piper
  • Brendan Purser
  • Troy Sutherland
  • Oliver Walker
  • Joshua Walters
  • Matthew Wark
  • Josh White
  • Tristan White
  • Matthew Willis
  • Head coach: Aaron Oman
  • Asst coach: Barry Reid
  • Manager: Greg Paynter

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References

  1. ^ http://www.hockeynsw.com.au/page.asp?PID=323&MID=269&SID=293

External links

http://www.hockeynsw.com.au/


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