Canberra Pirates

Pirates lose to Eagles and Flyers

The Canberra Pirates have lost their two 2017 NSW Women’s League games this weekend against the Canterbury Eagles and Blacktown Flyers. The team were shutout 0-4 in their first game against the Eagles and lost the second 1-2 against the Flyers.

The Pirates return to Australian Women’s Tier 2 Show Case Series competition on 22 July for Series 2 of the East Division. While their next games in the Women’s League are against the Sydney Bears on 12 August at the Phillip Ice Skating Centre and 13 August at the Liverpool Catholic Club Ice Rink.

For more information see the clubs Facebok post and see the league website.

– Canberra Pirates 0-4 Canterbury Eagles Women (16 July 2017, Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink)
– Canberra Pirates 1-2 Blacktown Flyers Women (16 July 2017, Penrith Ice Palace)

Pirates claim three points in Canterbury double header

The Canberra Pirates have won and tied their two 2017 NSW Women’s League games against the Canterbury Eagles Women at the Phillip Ice Skating Centre. The team drew the first game 3-3 and won the second 3-2, claiming their first win against Canterbury.

The Pirates return to Australian Women’s Tier 2 Show Case Series competition on 22 July for Series 2 of the East Division. While their next games in the Women’s League are against the Canterbury Eagles Women and Blacktown Flyers Women on 16 July at the Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink and Penrith Ice Palace respectively.

For more information see the clubs Facebok post and see the league website.

– Canterbury Eagles Women 3-3 Canberra Pirates (9 July 2017, Phillip Ice Skating Centre)
– Canterbury Eagles Women 3-2 Canberra Pirates (9 July 2017, Phillip Ice Skating Centre)

Pirates and Flyers share points in double header

The Canberra Pirates have won and lost a game in their double header against the Blacktown Flyers Women at the Phillip Ice Skating Centre. The team claimed their second win of the 2017 NSW Women’s League season in Game 1 with a 5-2 win over the Flyers however they went on to lose the second game 1-3.

The Pirates return to Australian Women’s Tier 2 Show Case Series competition on 22 July for Series 2 of the East Division. While their next games in the Women’s League are against the Canterbury Eagles Women on 9 July at the Phillip Ice Skating Centre.

For more information see the clubs Facebok post and see the league website.

– Blacktown Flyers Women 2-5 Canberra Pirates (25 June 2017, Phillip Ice Skating Centre)
– Blacktown Flyers Women 3-1 Canberra Pirates (25 June 2017, Phillip Ice Skating Centre)

Pirates claim three points in Northstars Women double header

The Canberra Pirates have won and tied their two 2017 NSW Women’s League games against the Newcastle Northstars Women at the Phillip Ice Skating Centre. The team claimed their first win in the league in game one, defeating the Northstars 3-1. In their second match both teams were held to a nil all draw.

The Pirates return to Australian Women’s Tier 2 Show Case Series competition in July for Series 2 of the East Division. While their next games in the Women’s League are against the Blacktown Flyers Women on 25 June at the Phillip Ice Skating Centre.

For more information see the clubs Facebok page and see the league website.

– Canberra Pirates 3-1 Newcastle Northstars Women (3 June 2017, Phillip Ice Skating Centre)
– Canberra Pirates 0-0 Newcastle Northstars Women (3 June 2017, Phillip Ice Skating Centre)

Pirates lose to Saints and Bears

The Canberra Pirates have lost two 2017 NSW Women’s League games over the weekend. The team lost their first game to the LCC Saints Women 1-5 before taking on the Sydney Bears Women in their second match where they were shutout 0-5. The team currently sit in last place on the standings, 15 points behind the LCC Saints who lead the league.

The Pirates return to Australian Women’s Tier 2 Show Case Series competition in July for Series 2 of the East Division. While their next games in the Women’s League are against the Newcastle Northstars Women on 3 June at the Phillip Ice Skating Centre.

For more information see the clubs Facebok page and see the league website.

– Canberra Pirates 1-5 LCC Saints Women (28 May 2017, Liverpool Catholic Club Ice Rink)
– Canberra Pirates 0-5 Sydney Bears Women (28 May 2017, Penrith Ice Palace)

Pirates lose to Saints and Eagles

The Canberra Pirates have lost two 2017 NSW Women’s League games over the weekend. In their first game the Pirates were shutout 0-6 by the LCC Saints Women, the winners of the 2016 NSW Women’s League season at the Liverpool Catholic Club Ice Rink. The team then travelled to Canterbury for their second game, taking on the Canterbury Eagles Women where they were shutout 0-4.

The Pirates return to Australian Women’s Tier 2 Show Case Series competition in July for Series 2 of the East Division. While their next games in the Women’s League are against the LCC Saints Women and Sydney Bears Women on 28 May.

For more information see the clubs Facebok post and see the league website.

– Canberra Pirates 0-6 LCC Saints Women (30 April 2017, Liverpool Catholic Club Ice Rink)
– Canberra Pirates 0-4 Canterbury Eagles Women (30 April 2017, Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink)

Pirates lose to Northstars Women

The Canberra Pirates have lost two 2017 NSW Women’s League games against the Newcastle Northstars Women at the Hunter Ice Skating Stadium over the weekend. The Pirates were defeated 0-2 in Game 1 and 0-1 in Game 2. The Pirates are competing in the 2017 NSW Women’s League as well as being a member of the Australian Women’s Tier 2 Show Case Series’ East Division. The Pirates replace the Canberra Dragons who competed in the league in 2016.

The Pirates return to Australian Women’s Tier 2 Show Case Series competition in July for Series 2 of the East Division. While their next games in the Women’s League are against the LCC Saints Women and Canterbury Eagles Women on 30 April.

For more information on the Pirates see their Facebook page

Schedule
– Canberra Pirates 0-2 Newcastle Northstars Women (22 April 2017, Hunter Ice Skating Stadium)
– Canberra Pirates 0-1 Newcastle Northstars Women (23 April 2017, Hunter Ice Skating Stadium)

2017 AW2SCS: East Division – Series 1

Series 1 of the 2017 Australian Women’s Tier 2 Show Case Series – East Division has finished with wins for the Canberra Pirates and New South Wales Bombers. At the end of Series 1 the Bombers sit on top of the East Division standings, edging out the Pirates on goal difference. Competition resumes on 29 April when Perth hosts Series 1 of the West Division while Series 2 of the East Division is set for 22 July.

For more information see the competition’s Facebook page.

Results
– Canberra Pirates 2 – 1 New South Wales Bombers (12:30, 8 April 2017)
– Canberra Pirates 5 – 1 Brisbane Blaze (16:00, 8 April 2017)
– New South Wales Bombers 11 – 3 Brisbane Blaze (17:15, 8 April 2017)
– New South Wales Bombers 1 – 0 Canberra Pirates (07:00, 9 April 2017)
– New South Wales Bombers 7 – 1 Brisbane Blaze (08:15, 9 April 2017)
– Canberra Pirates 10 – 3 Brisbane Blaze (12:15, 9 April 2017)
(all games held at the Phillip Ice Skating Centre)

Standings

Team GP W T L PTS
New South Wales Bombers 4 3 0 1 6
Canberra Pirates 4 3 0 1 6
Brisbane Blaze 4 0 0 4 0

Canberra Pirates release 2017 roster

The Canberra Pirates have announced their roster for the upcoming 2017 Australian Women’s Tier 2 Show Case Series. The Pirates begin their season on 8 April at home at the Phillip Ice Skating Centre where they will be competing in the East Division’s Series 1 against the Brisbane Blaze and New South Wales Bombers.

Goaltenders
– Rhiannon Brooks – #30
– Hannah Butler – #33

Skaters
– Leisha Armstrong – #9
– Nicole Casalis – #10
– Sarah Christensen – #44
– Elfie Fok – #12
– Nikita Horvath – #19
– Fiona Jeffery – #43
– Jess Joss – #8
Eiland Kenyon – #5
– Kimberley Macleod – #3
– Jess McNeill – #29
– Casey Murphy – #87
– Sarah Pilbeam – #42
– Maddie Prescott – #66
– Rish Rummukainen – #11
– Karen Stuart-Williams – #16
– Jane Weatherstone – #80

2016 AW2IHL: Series 3

Series 3 of the 2016 Australian Women’s Tier 2 Ice Hockey League season has finished with the Western Australian Hawkettes claiming first place after winning all six of their games. The win gives the Hawkettes their second series win for 2016 after they won Series 2 in July. The New South Wales Bombers claim first place in the 2016 Combined Series standings, seven points clear of the second placed Canberra Pirates.

Series 3 saw the league shrink back to a four team competition with the withdrawal of the South Australian Valkyries and the Melbourne White Dragons. The Valkyries competed in Series 2 while the White Dragons competed in both Series 1 and Series 2.

For more information see the tournament website.

Schedule:
– Game 1: Western Australian Hawkettes 6 – 0 Melbourne Black Dragons (18:30, 30 September 2016)
– Game 2: Melbourne Black Dragons 1 – 4 Canberra Pirates (07:00, 1 October 2016)
– Game 3: New South Wales Bombers 0 – 3 Western Australian Hawkettes (08:15, 1 October 2016)
– Game 4: New South Wales Bombers 1 – 0 Melbourne Black Dragons (09:30, 1 October 2016)
– Game 5: Western Australian Hawkettes 3 – 0 Canberra Pirates (15:45, 1 October 2016)
– Game 6: New South Wales Bombers 1 – 1 Canberra Pirates (17:00, 1 October 2016)
– Game 7: Western Australian Hawkettes 4 – 0 Melbourne Black Dragons (08:30, 2 October 2016)
– Game 8: New South Wales Bombers 3 – 1 Melbourne Black Dragons (09:45, 2 October 2016)
– Game 9: Canberra Pirates 3 – 1 Melbourne Black Dragons (15:00, 2 October 2016)
– Game 10: New South Wales Bombers 0 – 4 Western Australian Hawkettes (16:15, 2 October 2016)
– Game 11: Canberra Pirates 0 – 7 Western Australian Hawkettes (17:30, 2 October 2016)
– Game 12: New South Wales Bombers 2 – 2 Canberra Pirates (10:00, 3 October 2016)

Preliminary round standings:

Team GP W T L PTS
Western Australian Hawkettes 6 6 0 0 18
New South Wales Bombers 6 2 2 2 8
Canberra Pirates 6 2 2 2 8
Melbourne Black Dragons 6 0 0 6 0

2016 Combined Series standings (after Game 11 of Series 3):

Team GP W T L PTS
New South Wales Bombers 16 11 2 3 40
Canberra Pirates 16 7 3 6 33
Western Australian Hawkettes 11 10 0 1 31
Melbourne Black Dragons 15 2 1 12 20
Melbourne White Dragons 9 1 2 6 13
South Australian Valkyries 5 1 0 4 7

Note: For the combined standings points are allocated as follows
– 3 points for a win, 2 points for a tie, 1 point for a loss

Last updated 3 October 2016