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Andrew Charter Biography

Andrew Charter is an Australian field hockey player who is the goalkeeper for Central Hockey Club and the Australian Capital Territory team in the Australian Hockey League. Charter represented the Australian Capital Territory in the national U21 Championships. He is also a member of the Australia men's national field hockey team. His national debut was when he played for the team that competed at the Azlan Shah Cup in Malaysia. He won a gold medal at the Champion Trophy tournament in 2011. In 2007, he was a replacement goalkeeper in a game against New South Wales Arrows where the game ended in a 4-3 victory for his team after the game went to penalty shots. He is also part of the team that competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics, London.

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Spain upsets Australia 1-0 in men's hockey
Spain upsets Australia 1-0 in men's hockey
HIL: Ranchi Rays and Kalinga Lancers face-off in eastern derby
HIL: Ranchi Rays and Kalinga Lancers face-off in eastern derby
Both, Rays and Lancers registered wins in their previous fixtures
Preview: Fresher, bigger Hockey India League in 2016
Preview: Fresher, bigger Hockey India League in 2016
The 2016 edition of the Coal India Hockey India League begins today in Bhubaneshwar with a clash between Kalinga Lancers and UP Wizards.
HIL: Delhi Waveriders held by Kalinga Lancers
HIL: Delhi Waveriders held by Kalinga Lancers
Hoping to seal a full point to fancy their chances of making it to the semifinals, Delhi Waveriders managed to draw their away game against Kalinga Lancers.
Uttar Pradesh Wizards do the double over Kalinga Lancers in HIL
Uttar Pradesh Wizards do the double over Kalinga Lancers in HIL
The Uttar Pradesh Warriors sealed a 2-0 victory over the Kalinga Lancers to go second, behind the Jaypee Punjab Warriors, in the Hockey India League.
Australia name 18-man squad for FIH Hockey World Cup
Australia name 18-man squad for FIH Hockey World Cup
Australia name 18-man squad for FIH Hockey World Cup
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