NOWRA brothers Alex and Callum Mackay, as well as Gerringong's Grace Stewart have been unveiled in the NSW Pride's squads for the inaugural Hockey One season.
The former Nowra Anglican School siblings were named in the Brent Livermore's 35-player squad following a strong performance for Illawarra South Coast at the weekend's open men's field state championships.
The pair, along with Gerringong's Josh Mayo, helped ISC reach the final of the state titles, following wins against Nepean (10-nil), Northern Sydney and Beaches (9-nil), Central Coast (3-2) and Metro South West (3-2) and a draw against Lithgow (3-all) - but ISC progressed to the final after they finished the pool games in the higher position.
In the decider, ISC went down to Newcastle 3-2.
Joining the Mackay's in the Pride squad are fellow ISC products Brady Anderson, Blake Govers, Kieran Govers, Jack Hayes, Thomas Miotto, Flynn Ogilvie, Daine Richards and Tristan White.
Rounding out the team are Liam Alexander, Tim Brand, Tom Brown, Berkeley-John Burton, Lain Carr, Tom Craig, Ben Craig, Matthew Dawson, Hayden Dillon, Isaac Farmilo, Matthew Fleming, Sam Gray, Ehren Hazell, Nick Holman, Matthew Johnson, Sam Liles, Kurt Lovett, Dylan Martin, Ryan Proctor, Lachlan Sharp, Nathaneal Stewart, Ash Thomas, Rory Walker, Matthew Willis and Ky Willott.
While Hockeyroo Stewart is named alongside Alice Arnott, Jocelyn Bartram, Morgan Blamley, Tasmin Bunt, Emily Chalker, Naomi Duncan, Andrea Gillard, Kate Hanna, Great Hayes, Jaime Hemmingway, Rene Hunter, Grace Jeffrey, Kate Jenner, Sarah johnston, Hannah Kable, Georgina Morgan, Kaitlin Nobbs, Jess Parr, Mikaela Patterson, Lexie Pickering, Renae Robinson, Casey Sablowski, Courtney Schonell, Emma Scriven, Molly Simpson, Maddison Smith, Emma Spinks, Helena Tobbe, Jessica Watterson, Mariah Williams, Abigail Wilson and Grace Young in Katrina Powell's squad.
The ISC women's team, which featured Shoalhaven Heads' Kyah Gray and Gerringong's Ash Wright (nee Mayo), didn't reach the final at Bathurst's state titles, recording two wins, one draw and two losses.
The 2019 Hockey One tournament, which is replacing the Australian Hockey League, will run from September 29 to November 16.