Our Players

EDGE Hockey sticks are used by some of the best players in the world. 

Kookaburras co-captain Fergus Kavanagh is acknowledged as one of the world’s leading defenders, while Georgia Nanscawen is the youngest woman ever to make it to 100 caps for the Hockeyroos. Emerging defender Karri McMahon completes the set of Australian Internationals using EDGE Hockey equipment.

In Europe the brand is now being used by ex GB Olympian Iain Mackay and a host of NOW Pensions Premier League players. More top class players have chosen to use us on the back of the back of new distribution to France (Christophe Peters Deutz, France) and Belgium (Michel Van Rysselberghe, Belgium).

With a swarm of junior representatives across the world, we’re proud that players choose EDGE Hockey equipment in order to further their game.

Fergus Kavanagh

Fergus Kavanagh is Vice Captain of the Australian Hockey Team – The Kookaburras. Coming from Geraldton in regional WA, Fergus is a dual World Champion with World Cup golds in India (2010) and Netherlands (2014). He is also a dual Olympian representing Australia at the Beijing 2008 and London 2012 Olympics, winning bronze medals at both games. The only player in international hockey history to win the first 5 consecutive Champions Trophies in which he has played, he is also a dual Commonwealth Games gold medalist.

Fergus currently plays for Amsterdam in the Hoofklasse, having previously won the EHL with Dutch powerhouse Bloemendaal. He also plays in the Hockey India League for the Ranchi Rays having been part of the Ranchi Rhinos franchise which won the inaugral trophy in 2013.

In Australia Fergus plays for the WA Thundersticks and when not on representative duties he can be found playing for Hale Hockey Club in Perth. Not one to forget where he came from, the Saints club in Geraldton might welcome him back into their colours one day.

I want to be the best player I can be, which means using the best equipment is a priority for me. From the moment i started using EDGE sticks, I haven’t looked back. They make sticks in different styles that are so well suited to the modern day player that my only problem has been deciding which stick to use. If you want to make a difference to your game, buy one today.
 

Karri McMahon

Karri McMahon is quickly becoming one of the most respected defenders in world hockey. Having been an AIS scholarship holder in 2012, she made her debut for the Hockeyroos in the Champions Challenge late that year – where she won Gold.

Karri shot to prominance as a youngster in the South Australian Southern Suns side that won the National League in 2011. By 2013 she was captain of the Australian team at the AYOF, skippering them to the gold medal. Life only got busier from there.

Her first international goal came against Korean in April 2013 and was followed by Gold at the FIH World League Semi Final in London. Stepping down to the Australian Jillaroos she helped to Jillaroos to sixth at the Junior World Cup in Germany in July.

Named Player of the Tournament at the Australian Hockey League, Karri stepped back into the Hockeyroos to help them to Silver in the World League Finals (Argentina, December 2013).

2014 proved to be a breakthrough year for the Hockeyroos and Karri was central to the success. Returning with a silver medal from the World Cup and Champions Trophy, Karri and the Hockeyroos are on the rise.

Karri is a passionate South Australian, hailing from Berri in the beautiful Riverland.

I love being part of the EDGE team! When I saw the stick designs and colours I knew that I wanted to show off EDGE sticks! When I had a feel of the sticks they were just as good as they looked and I knew that this was the right fit. Since signing up I have been proud to represent the EDGE brand and sensational team behind it. The products are top quality, play beautifully and are the best looking sticks around. I strongly encourage everyone to Give Yourself the EDGE and jump on board.

 

Georgia Nanscawen

One of the most highly rated young players in the world, Georgia made her Hockeyroo debut 1 day after her 17th birthday – becoming the third youngest Hockeyroo in history.

At only 20, she became the youngest player in Australian history to have made 100 test appearances. In 2009 she competed in the Champions Trophy and Junior World Cup. In 2010 she went to the World Cup and 2012 became an Olympian at the London Olympic Games.

In 2013 she was part of the World League Semi Final winning Hockeyroo team and the became one a few select players to have gone to 2 Junior World Cups. In 2014 she piloted the Hockeyroos to World Cup and Champions Trophy silver medals, showing versatility and skills up front and in the midfield. Only 22, she has accumulated 146 caps.

From Melbourne, Victoria, Georgia’s hometown club is the Essendon Ladies. Now based in now based at the AIS in Perth, she plays club hockey for the Curtin Trinity Pirates.

I am thrilled to be on board with EDGE. After my first hit with an EDGE stick I knew it was the stick I wanted to use-there would be no going back. The team at EDGE are committed to making top quality products, and it is a brand that I am proud to represent.