Regional Academies of Sport Incorporated (RASi) is a unique
body representing the 11 Regional Academies of Sport
that operate across New South Wales.

Hockey Heats up for Day 1

Five academies took to the field at Wyong Sports Complex today in the hopes of coming away on top of the leaderboard for day 2 of competition.

Each of the academies came prepared, knowing that this would be no easy feat.

With competition from both the girls and boys divisions there was an array of skills and talent produced from everywhere.

It was hard to keep up, with all of the teams showing such finesse and finely executed plays that clearly impressed the spectators.

The competition is played as a round-robin tournament, with academies looking for gold in both the girls and boys divisions.

With day one under wraps a strong leader has emerged, Northern Inland Academy of Sport, where they look to lead the pack heading into tomorrow in the hopes of maintaining first position into the afternoon.

However, they won’t go unrivalled, with every game so hotly contested by each of the academies it is going to be incredibly exciting to see who will manage to come out on top tomorrow.

We wish all the very best of luck to the five academies competing in tomorrow’s final rounds, and cannot wait to see some more amazing exhibitions of elite-level hockey.

The Central Coast Academy of Sport on behalf of the Regional Academy of Sport (RASi) network would like to thank and acknowledge the support received from the following organisations:

ClubsNSW (Principal Partner), NSW Government through the Office of Sport, Gosford City Council, Wyong Shire Council, NBN Television (Media), Southern Cross Austereo (101.3 Sea FM and 107.7 2GO), Central Coast Tourism.