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Registrations Now Open for 2016 Taranaki Lightning 5’s

The Taranaki Lightning 5’s Hockey Tournament 2016 In March this year, Taranaki Hockey hosted the inaugural Taranaki Lightning 5’s tournament which is modelled off the Fast 5’s concept seen at the Nanjing Youth Olympics earlier in 2014 – four field players, one goalie, half field, no outs and shots from anywhere! The inaugural event was […]

2016 Hockey Coaches Required

Taranaki Hockey are trying to get together a list of coaches to support our junior, youth and secondary programs for 2016. Next year Taranaki Hockey will be hosting a number of coaching forums suitable for beginners through to high performance coaches, so 2016 is a great year to get involve in hockey coaching. If you […]

2016 Representative Coaching Positions

Taranaki Hockey is pleased to announce that nominations for coaching positions within the Taranaki Hockey Representative Program are now open. The priority for Taranaki Hockey is to complete the selection process for Masters and U18 teams, however coaches can register now for other age groups if they would like to. If you would like to […]

Taranaki Masters Team – Expression of Interest

Taranaki Hockey have been approached by a number of Masters players who are interested in participating in the 2016 HNZ Masters Tournament in Nelson from 29th February to 5th March 2016. I am seeking an expression of interest from Masters players to see if we could put a team together. Under the tournament rules, Taranaki […]

HNZ Domestic Calendar

Hockey New Zealand have updated their 2016 Domestic Calendar and it is attached for your perusal. 2016 HNZ Domestic Calendar


Apologies to everyone for the late publication of the Summer Hockey Draws. We have had a bug on our website which has prohibited us from uploading files, but this has now been fixed. The draws were emailed to those who registered the teams on Saturday and perhaps this has filtered to many of the players […]

Wins for Black Sticks at Oceania Cup

  There were some sizeable score lines during the opening day of the 2015 Oceania Cup in Stratford with Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Samoa all taking to the field. The Black Sticks Women recorded their biggest ever test win after a 31-0 victory over Samoa following a 16-0 half time lead. Kirsten Pearce topped the […]