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Qld Blades vs Malaysia at Runaway Bay - This Friday 24 June

Come and support the Queensland Blades as they take on Malaysia at Runaway Bay Sports Super Centre. Labrador players included Joe Reardon, Luke Tyne, Brad Hughes, Corey Weyer & Jason Wilson.

Come and support the Queensland Blades as they take on Malaysia

On Wednesday 22 June until Thursday 30 June, the Malaysian men’s national hockey team will be in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast to play six games against the AHL reigning premiers, the Qld Blades.

The Qld Blades’ team will be made up largely of squad members based from the South East corner, with a number of other players coming in over the week as well.

The Malaysian men’s national team are currently ranked 13th in the world by the FIH (International Hockey Federation).  

The six games promise fast and skilful hockey and are a terrific opportunity to come and see many of the world’s current and upcoming top players.

Mick Evans, the Qld Blades’ coach who guided his team to their premiership in 2015 shared his thoughts ahead of the visit, “We have had a thought about how to best utilise the athlete group within Queensland, and our focus with be on the AHL team as this experience will offer great prep leading into this year’s National Championship”.

There will be no gate fees for these games which will take place:

Thursday 23 June
5:30 – 7:30 pm
State Hockey Centre, Colmslie

Friday 24 June
6:30 – 8:30 pm
Runaway Bay Super Centre, Gold Coast

Sunday 26 June
6:30 – 8:30 pm
State Hockey Centre, Colmslie

Monday 27 June
6:00 – 8:00 pm
State Hockey Centre, Colmslie

Wednesday 29 June
6:00 – 8:00 pm
State Hockey Centre, Colmslie

Thursday 30 June
5:30 – 7:30 pm
State Hockey Centre, Colmslie

All are welcome to the games to support Queensland’s amazing hockey talent.

Go #TeamQLD!!

 

Congratulations Representative Players

It's great to see the success of our players who are making representative teams this year.

One of the big ones is Adam Imer who players for Labrador Tigerstix BHL1 team.  He will be playing at the Olympics this year - not for the Kookaburras, but for the Brazilian team, so that will be someone else to watch at the Olympics.

Corey Weyer and Oliver Crane (past player) have just been named in the Men's National Junior Squad in preparation for the Junior World Cup in Lucknow, India in December.

Other Labrador Tigerstix players who have made representative teams and squads this year are:

Qld Blades Squad 2016

Adam Imer, Joe Reardon, Luke Tyne, Corey Weyer (and past player Oliver Crane)

Qld Scorchers Squad 2016

Past player, Jamie Stone

Qld Country Women's Team 2016

Brooke Anderson

Qld Country Men's Team 2016

Joshua McCrae

Qld U21 Men's team 2016

Corey Piggin, Corey Weyer

Qld U18 Men's Team #1 2016

Callum Fitzpatrick, Cooper Perkins

Qld U18 Men's Team #2 2016 

Tate Weyer

Qld U18 Women's Team #1 2016 

Courtney McLaren, Zoe Smart

Qld U18 Women's Team #2 2016

Selina McIntyre

and named in Qld U18 Squads for 2017

Men: Callum Fitzpatrick, Matthew Gildea, Aiden Read, Tate Weyer

Women: Samara Johnston, Selina McIntyre

Good luck to our 2016 U18 representatives who head to the National Championships in Launceston commencing 8 July.

 

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