CONGRATULATIONS to Cooper Mackenzie on making the Queensland 10-12 yrs School Hockey team. Also congratulations to Storm Duke who was named Shadow. Well done to all the Park Avenue Brothers members who att ended the championships on your commitment and determination. You have done Park Avenue and Rockhampton proud. CONGRATULATIONS also to all our players who have made representative teams over the last week. Park Avenue Brothers players are featuring well in all representativ
RESULTS OF ROCKHAMPTON & CQ LEAGUE HOCKEY FIXTURES PLAYED JUNE 12, 14, 16, 17 & 18 A1 MEN Southern Suburbs 5 (K. Christensen 2, N. Christensen, N. Druery, L. Hardy) def Meteors 3 (F. Bryant 2, J. Wilson) Frenchville Rovers 3 (A. Bunn, J. Fraser, R. Stamm) def Park Avenue Brothers 1 (B. Holden) Wanderers won on a forfeit from Sparks. Game from 03.06.17 Wanderers 5 (C. McKay, A. Thompson, D. Plummer, L. Wilson, C. Johnson) def Southern Suburbs 4 (N. Christensen, J. Christensen,
RESULTS OF ROCKHAMPTON & CQ LEAGUE FIXTURES PLAYED JUNE 5 - 10 A1 MEN Park Avenue Brothers 1 (J. Burns) drew with Meteors 1 (B. Appo) Wanderers 2 (A. Thompson, T. Harmsworth) def Frenchville Rovers 0. Southern Suburbs 4 (N. Christensen 2, K. Christensen 2) def Sparks 1 (N. Smith) A1 WOMEN Wanderers 3 (G, Cook, R. Williams, G. Koster) def Southern Suburbs 1(M. Randazzo) Frenchville Rovers 2 (L. McDonald-Hearn, J. Moffat) def Glad Souths 1 (C. Bridges) Meteors 2 (G. Davie, B.
HOCKEY: Coach Steven Evans says a focus on fitness is starting to reap rewards for the Wanderers A-grade women, who toppled CQ League leaders Park Avenue Brothers on Saturday. Kirra-Lee Monkhouse scored a double and Rowlande Williams got on the score sheet once as Wanderers halted Parks' four-game winning streak with a commanding 3-0 victory. Evans said ball control was a key factor in the success. "It was a good win. They've slowly been improving over the year, which I think
HOCKEY: Park Avenue Brothers A-grade men will look to build on last weekend's monumental win when they tackle Sparks at Kalka Shades today. They broke an 18-month drought with a gritty 3-1 win over Southern Suburbs last Saturday, their first since their semi-final victory of 2015. It was a long time coming but the club was able to celebrate a double first grade victory, with its A-grade women scoring their fourth win on the trot against Gladstone Souths. Men's coach Gary Lee