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Australia Roller Hockey National Championship

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Australia Roller Hockey National Championship

Australia Roller Hockey National Championship
Sport Roller Hockey
Founded ?
No. of teams 8
Country  Australia
Most recent champion(s) Scorpion Black

The Australian Roller Hockey National Championship is the biggest Roller Hockey Clubs Championship in Australian.

Contents

  • Participated Teams in the last Season 1
    • List of Winners 1.1
    • Number of Championships by team 1.2
  • External links 2
    • Australian websites 2.1
    • Australia Teams Websites 2.2
    • International 2.3

Participated Teams in the last Season

The teams that participated in the last Australian championship, in Sunshine, Melbourne, were:Cannons RHC, Taipans RHC, Kwinana RHC, Mordialloc RHC, Australia u20, Dandenong RHC, Lisport RHC and Northsports RHC

List of Winners

Year Champion
2010 Scorpion Black
2009 Cannons RHC

Number of Championships by team

Team Championships
Scorpion Black 1
Cannons RHC 1
TOTAL 2

External links

Australian websites

  • Skate Australia-Roller Hockey
  • Skate Western Australia-Roller Hockey
  • Skate Queensland-Roller Hockey
  • Skate NSW-Roller Hockey
  • Skate South Australia

Australia Teams Websites

International

  • Roller Hockey links worldwide
  • Mundook-World Roller Hockey
  • Hardballhock-World Roller Hockey
  • Inforoller World Roller Hockey
  • World Roller Hockey Blog
  • rink-hockey-news - World Roller Hockey
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