Enjoy 46 Hockey Queensland Championship games, streamed live starting at 8 a.m. today, as teams from our area compete against each other. Streams and the full schedule are listed below.
The games will be streamed live starting today via www.couriermail.com.au, the Gold Coast Bulletin and the News Partners – and all replays will be listed below when the games are complete.
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Competing Teams: Women, Pool A: Toowoomba 1, Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Townsville, Toowoomba 2; Pool B: Tweed Boundary, Ipswich, Gladstone, Gold Coast.
Men: Pool A: Mackay, Ipswich, Gold Coast, Townsville, Brisbane; Pool B: Sunshine Coast, Toowoomba 2, Rockhampton, Fraser Coast, Toowoomba 1.
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