Three years have passed yet Ash’s and my Kokoda adventure remains firmly in our memory bank. Below is a diary written by Ash and some photos taken by our guide Matt, Ash and I throughout our trip. If you have ever considered walking the Kokoda Trail then I’d highly recommend you have a read. Day […]
Over the next six months Ash Wells and myself will be travelling the country in the search for Australia’s next top goalkeeper. We aim to share our knowledge and use our combined experience to help find goalkeepers who will keep Australian hockey in safe hands into the future.
There are so many talented goal keepers around Australia and over the past few months I have been able to coach over 100 of them. Most recently I had the opportunity to work with some juniors and seniors from Queensland at my clinic in Bundaberg.
The 2012 junior GK development program is now over for another year. What a great turnout and fantastic initiative by Hockey Victoria.
One of the privileges that comes along with being a Hockeyroo is getting the opportunity to meet and chat with young fans.
This year for Mother’s Day I thought why not treat mum with an early start and an 8km walk in the Perth Mother’s Day Classic to help raise money for breast cancer.
A few weeks ago Bianca Greenshields and I were invited down south to coach at the Narrogin Supa Clinic.
The Hockeyroos Chasing Gold Gala dinner was a HUGE success On saturday night the Hockeyroos hosted 300 guests at the Novotel Perth Langley and by all reports everyone had a really great night. Tim Gossage from Channel ten was our emcee for the night and did a wonderful job. We were all laughing the whole […]
Hockeyroos Stacia Joseph, Anna Flanagan, Kate Hollywood and I were lucky enough to sit court-side at the Perth Wildcats game this week.
CLUB HOCKEY I asked good friend and team mate Katie Burns what club hockey means to her.
Ash Nelson talks about how she is managing her current injury
Another trip to Melbourne and another opportunity to hang out with some of Greensborough’s finest junior goalkeepers.
My high school, Eltham College, holds an annual hockey event in honour of a wonderful coach who looked after the school hockey program but passed away some time ago from cancer.
Playing hockey for Dames 1 in the Hoofdklasse is something that I have always wanted to do.
For those who have not heard of Relay for Life, it is a cancer council initiative aimed at raising vital funds for research and cancer treatments.
On Friday night myself and many of the girls from the Hockeyroos had our very own GIRLS NIGHT IN.
I wanted to share a few pictures with you of a company that is huge in Holland who produce casual clothing for hockey players.
Things are certainly on the up for Goalkeepers in Australia with the introduction of regular goalkeeping camps.
On Thursday September 15th I was lucky enough to take part in a nation wide event called R U OK? Day in which I am an ambassador for.