Queensland Scorchers

The OAMPS Queensland Scorchers are an Australian women's field hockey team based in Queensland that play in the Australian Hockey League. In the 2014 season, they were the runners-up to the NSW Arrows.[1][2] They also won the 2013 Australian Hockey League Premiership,[3] as well as the 2015 AHL Premiership.[4][5] In 2016 they made it back-to-back premierships, beating Victoria in the final. When they again met Victoria in the 2017 final, the two teams were level at full time. The match then went to shoot outs, with Victoria coming away with the championship.

Queensland Scorchers
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LeagueAustralian Hockey League
Founded1993 (1993)
Home arenaQueensland State Hockey Centre
ColoursMaroon, Yellow
Head coachLee Bodimeade
Queensland Scorchers warming up before the 2015 AHL Final against the Victorian Vipers, 2 October 2015.

Current rosterEdit

The following is the Queensland Scorchers team roster[6] for the 2017 AHL:

Head coach: Lee Bodimeade

  1. Savannah Fitzpatrick
  2. Madison Fitzpatrick
  3. Ashlea Fey
  4. Ambrosia Malone
  5. Kirstin Dwyer
  6. Jordyn Holzberger
  7. Madeline James
  8. Tegan Richards
  9. Stephanie Kershaw
  10. Rebecca Greiner
  11. Morgan Gallagher
  12. Hannah Astbury (GK)
  13. Clare Comerford (GK)
  14. Jamie Stone
  15. Britt Noffke
  16. Kazzia Lammon
  17. Britt Wilkinson
  18. Renee Taylor

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Coast duo selected for Queensland". 17 September 2015.
  2. ^ http://www.hockey.org.au/News/raining-goals-on-day-two
  3. ^ http://www.hockey.org.au/News/queensland-scorchers-squeeze-ahl-final-win-744
  4. ^ "Hockey Australia: Altiusrt".
  5. ^ "Scorchers take title in Sydney". 5 October 2015.
  6. ^ "Queensland". hockeyaustralia.altiusrt.com. Retrieved 1 October 2017.

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