Top 10 similar words or synonyms for queensland_scorchers

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for queensland_scorchers

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Queensland Scorchers The OAMPS Queensland Scorchers are an Australian women's field hockey team based in Queensland that play in the Australian Hockey League. In the 2014 season, they were the runners-up to the NSW Arrows. They also won the 2013 Australian Hockey League Premiership, as well as the 2015 AHL Premiership.
2015 Women's Australian Hockey League The Queensland Scorchers won the gold medal for the fifth time by defeating the Victorian Vipers 2-1 in the final.
2016 Women's Australian Hockey League The Queensland Scorchers won the gold medal for the sixth time by defeating the Victorian Vipers 3–2 in the final.
2014 Women's Australian Hockey League The New South Wales Arrows won the gold medal for the ninth time by defeating the Queensland Scorchers 3–2 in the final.
Queensland State Hockey Centre Queensland State Hockey Centre is a multi-purpose stadium in Brisbane, Australia. It is currently used for field hockey and is home to the Queensland Blades and the Queensland Scorchers who play in the Australian Hockey League.
Teneal Attard Teneal Attard (born 16 March 1985) is an Australian field hockey player who competed in the 2008 Summer Olympics and 2012 Summer Olympics. She also plays for the Queensland Scorchers in the Australian Hockey League.
2013 Women's Australian Hockey League The Queensland Scorchers won the gold medal for the fourth time by defeating the WA Diamonds in a penalty shoot-out, after the final ended a 0–0 draw.
Angie Skirving Angela ("Angie") Lambert (née Skirving) (born 1 February 1981, in Toowoomba) is an Australian Women's Field Hockey player. She captained the under21 Australian women's field hockey squad before entering the Hockeyroos in 1998. Apart from playing in the Hockeyroos she plays for the AHL Queensland Scorchers.
Nikki Hudson Nicole "Nikki" Hudson (née Mott) (born 6 July 1976) was an Australian Women's Field Hockey player. She was the captain of the Hockeyroos, Australia's national female team until her retirement from international hockey in 2009. She made her debut for Australia in 1993 and won gold at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Her AHL team is the Queensland Scorchers.
Kirsten Drysdale Before beginning her career on ABC, Drysdale worked for a production company in Brisbane that produced documentaries and multimedia for museums and exhibitions. During this time, she was also pursuing a sporting career, playing hockey for the Queensland Scorchers. After suffering an injury, she successfully applied for a position in ABC television comedy and current affairs programme, "Project NEXT", which was later renamed "Hungry Beast".