Thrilling Indoor Hockey Championship Finals
INDOOR HOCKEY: The Division 1 and 2 under-15 Men's Indoor Championships finals were games of two halves with teams making stunning come back from behind victories.
Playing to capacity full crowds, the two finals put on a hockey performance that did not disappoint spectators.
The Division 1 final between Brisbane 1 and Ipswich was not decided until the final minutes of the game.
Brisbane 1 was down 2-1 at half time and had to dig deep to claw back four goals in the second half to come away 5-3 winners.
Brisbane coach Josh Blakey said it was an interesting game that was very structured and how he wanted the team play indoor hockey.
"We were down 2-1 at halftime and I said to the team I wanted seven goals from the players and kept it very simple and don't think about anything but hockey,” Blakey said.
"I rate this as a very quality championship to come away with a win.”
Maryborough Division 1 coach Jye Weller was happy with the team coming third overall in a tight championship. .
"We finished in the top four and despite a bit of a slow start the team got going and had a good championship result,” Weller said.
"The Division 2 team came in fourth and that shows how much talent there is in Maryborough hockey.”
The Division 2 final between Cairns and Gold Coast was a 3-all draw with Gold Coast winning the shoot outs 2-1.