Duguid to compete at Indoor Hockey World Cup

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Former NTIS Hockey scholarship holder Elizabeth Duguid has been selected in the Australian Women’s Indoor Hockey Team, to compete at the 5th Indoor Hockey World Cup in Berlin, Germany.

The Indoor Hockey World Cup will be held at the Max-Schmeling-Halle from the 7-11 February 2018.

The World’s top 24 (12 Men’s and 12 Women’s) National indoor hockey teams will take part in the event. The inaugural Indoor Hockey World Cup was held in 2003 and it has been traditionally held every four years. However, this time around FIH have adjusted the scheduling to just three years after the 2015 event in Leipzig, Germany.

Women’s Head Coach, Stewart Fenton said “The skill level, athleticism and versatility of the players in this team will give us the best possible opportunity for success, whilst the quality of the younger players, that will be making their Indoor World Cup debuts, ensures a bright future for indoor hockey in Australia.

Duguid was an NTIS scholarship holder from 2006 to 2016, representing Australia at the Junior World Cup in 2013. She was also played for Australia "A" in the Japan and China tour of August 2014 and was a member of the 2015 Hockey Australia National Development Squad.

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