Wellington Point's Kylie O'Donohue brings home win for Australia

TEAMMATES: Kylie O'Donohue (right) with Australian over-35 teammate Sarah Walton.

TEAMMATES: Kylie O'Donohue (right) with Australian over-35 teammate Sarah Walton.

WELLINGTON Point resident Kylie O'Donohue has again represented Australia in hockey, bringing home a win for her team earlier this month.

O'Donohue was a member of the Australian over-35 women's team that beat New Zealand two games to one in the Trans-Tasman Masters Hockey Challenge.

O'Donohue scored her team's opening goal in the first game which Australia won 2-0.

New Zealand fought back to keep the series alive with a scoreless draw in game two.

The Australian team sealed its series win with a 2-0 victory in the third and deciding game.

Australian claimed a seventh straight Trans-Tasman Masters Challenge title by winning 12 out of 14 divisions from over-35 to over-65 age levels for men and women.

The tournament was held at Labrador on the Gold Coast.

O'Donohue was a member of the Australian over-35 team that won a silver medal at last year's Masters Hockey World Cup in Spain.

The Norths Hockey Club player scored two goals for Australia at the tournament.

O'Donohue was player of the tournament at last year's Queensland Masters Hockey Championships at Townsville in July.

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