Hayes with Hockeyroos debut

Tonight, at 7pm AEDST, Greta Hayes will make her debut for the Hockeyroos.   This is the culmination of a heck of a lot of hard work from Greta and we are so extremely proud of her. Congratulations!

Greta debuted for SUHC in 2011 as an U/15s NSW player in 3rd grade and went on to win the MVP award that season. She rapidly moved through the grades to become a force in ML1 hockey in Sydney, playing 116 games (to date) for the Students with an impressive 65 goals scored.  Described as a "dynamic midfielder", she is also a strongly performing Sydney University nursing student and absolutely rocks the dancefloor with little encouragement.

She was awarded a Sydney University Blue in 2015 and has been nominated multiple times for SUSF Sports Woman of the Year.  After spending a season in the Belgium League, Greta returned to Australia earlier this year and was a part of our ML1 push to finals.  She was a part of the AHL winning Arrows team, scoring two goals in the final.

Let's all throw all of our support behind Greta and the Hockeyroos as they start their campaign in cool and wet Changzhou, China.

Up the Australian representative Students!

Hockeyroos 2018 Champions Trophy schedule (all times AEDT) - Courtesy of Hockey Australia:

Saturday 17 November 7pm – Australia v Argentina (live stream at https://kayosports.com.au/replay on Fox Sports 503 from 12:30am AEDT Sunday 18 November)

Sunday 18 November 5pm – Australia v Great Britain (live on Fox Sports 505)

Tuesday 20 November 5pm – Australia v Netherlands (live on Fox Sports 507)

Thursday 22 November 7pm – Australia v China (live stream at https://kayosports.com.au/replay on Fox Sports 503 from 9am AEDT Friday 23 November)

Saturday 24 November 5pm – Australia v Japan (live stream at https://kayosports.com.au/replay on Fox Sports 503 from 10:45pm AEDT Saturday 24 November)

Sunday 25 November TBC – Finals (live stream at https://kayosports.com.au/replay on Fox Sports 505 from 7am/8:30am/10am Monday 26 November)

 

 

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