Tweed pair named for Australia

Tweed's Jake Farrell, playing for East in the Brisbane Hockey League, will represent Australia.
Tweed's Jake Farrell, playing for East in the Brisbane Hockey League, will represent Australia. Fred Husted

TWO Tweed hockey products have been named in the under 21 Australian team to play in the Sultan of Johor Cup in Malaysia next month.

Jake Farrell and Andrew Butturini will represent Australia against Germany, India, Pakistan, Malaysia and New Zealand.

The team will fly to Singapore on November 4 for training and warm-up matches before heading on to Malaysia.

Farrell and Butturini, who play for the Easts Tigers in the Brisbane Hockey League, are joined in the Australian team by clubmates Kane Posselt and Robert Bell.

Fellow Tweed hockey export and Easts player Dylan Wotherspoon is also in the Australian junior hockey squad.

Topics:  hockey

Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

Aldi ready to threaten Coles and Woolworths stranglehold

THEY are the little supermarket that could in Australia.

Fingal surf club welcomes grant

Felicity Moore, 5, celebrates the announcement of $20,000 for Fingal Surf Life Saving Club with volunteers Joel Slabb, Leanne Moore, David Dempsey, Allen Wise and Richmond MP Justine Elliot.

Fingal Rovers Surf Life Saving Club has had some welcome help

Latest deals and offers

Barnaby Joyce talks Johnny Depp's dogs in Tweed

Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce talks about Johnny Depp's dogs Pistol and Boo...

Road rage caught on Dashcam

Attack with a baseball bat caught on Dashcam

Video of a violent road rage incident in Orange last December.

Malcolm Turnbull and Barnaby Joyce tour Rockhampton sweet potato farm

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce visit a...

Perfect time to invest in Northern Rivers property

The Northern Rivers rental market is tighter than Sydney making it the perfect time for investors to get better returns out of property than superannuation or banks deposits.

Low interest rates and tight rental market are prime time to invest