The success has continued off the court for the region's hockey talent.
Following their performances at the Indoor Hockey Festival, four Hockey New England players have been recognised for higher honours.
Tahlia Constance is set to don the green and gold after being named in the Australian under-21s women's team to tour Europe later in the year, while Meg Lye, Lily Neilson and Nathan Czinner have been selected in the Australian women's and men's under-18s squads to attend a training camp later in the year.
Australian men's indoor hockey head coach, Steve Willer said the under-21 European tour is a key component to developing the depth, experience and playing style within the Australian Indoor Hockey Program.
"It offers younger players the opportunity to experience European indoor hockey, become familiar with the Australian indoor hockey style of play and enhance their skills," he said.
Last year the teams travelled to Russia and competed in the Moscow Night's Indoor Hockey Tournament.
The dates and destination for the tour are still being finalised but it is expected to take place in November.
Constance is one of several new faces in the squad after impressing for ACT during the under-21s championships.
"The squad has a few returning faces from last year's group, whilst also adding some new talent identified at the most recent nationals," said Ogden.
"Mark Sandhu (Australian women's indoor head coach) and I are trying to identify the next group of players capable of progressing to the next level, while also keeping in mind the broadening of indoor hockey knowledge across the country.
"Our aim is to develop a strong, flexible and more tactically aware group of players within the indoor talent pathway."
He said there was a lot of exciting and new talent that attended the tournament which made the selection process extremely difficult.
Willer expressed similar sentiments in relation to the men's squad.
"The level of skill on show at the under-18 Championships across all teams was exciting to see. There were some exceptional performances by players at both ends of the court, keeping the spectators on the edge of the seats," he said.
Czinner, who was the second highest goalscorer at the championships as his NSW side claimed the national title, is one 10 returning players in the 26-strong squad.
The news came as Tamworth's Kate Jenner was preparing to line up for the Hockeyroos in their FIH Pro League opener against Belgium.
The Hockeyroos scored a dramatic win, prevailing in a shoot-out after scoring two goals in the final 90 seconds of the game to lock the scores up at 3-all at the end of regular time.
They had led 1-nil only to concede three unanswered goals in the second half.
But Kalindi Commerford got the faintest of touches at the top of the circle on a slap hit from Jane Claxton with only seconds on the clock to send the game into a shoot out.