BATHURST hockey star Tamsin Bunt will once again wear the blue of the NSW Arrows in the Australian Hockey League after being named in the state squad.
It was back in 2009, when she was playing Premier League Hockey for Souths, that Bunt got her first taste of AHL.
She has since become a mainstay of the Arrows outfit, which won its most recent AHL title in 2014.
Bunt was not the only Bathurst player to be named in the 33-player Arrows squad, with Jessica Watterson a chance of making her AHL debut this season.
Following the conclusion of the open state championships staged over the June long weekend, NSW Country teams were named as well.
Goalkeeper Maddy Tattersall plus strikers Kelsey Willott and Sarah Watterson have been named in the women’s side after impressing for Bathurst. St Pat’s talent Riley Hanrahan, who represented Orange at the state titles, has been named in the men’s outfit.