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Peris named in 2018 Australian Squad

NTIS supported Hockey athlete Brooke Peris has been named in the Hockey Australia 2018 National Senior Women’s squad.

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Hayward scores equalizer in World League finals

NTIS supported Hockey athlete Jeremy Hayward has helped the Kookaburras to a 1-1 all draw in their opening game of the FIH World League finals, against hosts India in Bhubaneswar on Saturday morning (AEDT).

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NTIS announces scholarships for Coach Development Program

The Department of Tourism and Culture’s Northern Territory Institute of Sport (NTIS) has announced the scholarship coaches for the 2017/18 Coach Development Program (CDP).

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Saville making her mark with Scorpions

Former NTIS dual scholarship holder Tabatha Saville has been named in the South Australian Scorpions Women’s National Cricket League (WNCL) team, to play Queensland on November 25.

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Dowling makes Australian Open semi final

NTIS Squash scholarship athlete Rhys Dowling made the Australian Open Squash Championships semi-final round in Darwin.

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Dowling’s winning start at Squash Australian Open

NTIS Squash scholarship athlete Rhys Dowling has won his way through to the quarter finals of the Australian Open, in Darwin last night.

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Hayward and Australia are International Festival of Hockey Champions

NTIS supported Hockey athlete Jeremy Hayward has helped the Kookaburras win the International Festival of Hockey, at Melbourne’s State Netball and Hockey Centre on Sunday night.

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Peris scores twice in Hockeyroos win

NTIS supported Hockey athlete Brooke Peris has scored two goals against the United States, at the International Festival of Hockey in Melbourne.

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Peris selected for Hockeyroos International Festival of Hockey campaign

NTIS supported Hockey athlete Brooke Peris has been selected into the Australian Hockey team to compete at the International Festival of Hockey.

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Dowling advances to World number 98

NTIS Squash scholarship athlete Rhys Dowling has climbed to number 98 in the Professional Squash Association (PSA) World rankings.