The Hockey Brands
From the company’s inception, TK Hockey soon became a leading player in markets across the world. The visibility of the brand in the international arena set a precedent at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, just seven years after TK officially began trading, 10 male and female players who won either gold or silver medals did so using a TK stick.
TK is now regarded as one of the world’s leading independent global hockey brands with its original founder and creative force, Thomas Kille firmly at the helm.
For 30 years the brand’s reputation for quality, innovation and design has preceded it. TK continues to dominate the market by pushing boundaries in materials science and product design. A pioneer reflecting the true spirit of hockey.
Grays was founded in Cambridge by world rackets champion H.J. Gray in 1855 and have built a worldwide reputation for supplying quality sports equipment; notably for hockey, racquets and cricket (under the Gray-Nicolls brand).
The company has remained in family hands ever since and is now owned and controlled by 5th generation.
Their sticks are the choice of many professional players, including current GB star Ashley Jackson (100+ GB caps). The stick range provided by Grays is extensive, and is tailored to suit the needs of players of all ages and ability.
A company now in the charge of former GB goalkeeper and now television summariser – Simon Mason, Mercian are a hockey brand of 40+ years standing, made by hockey players for hockey players.
Their knowledgeable staff have an understanding of the requirements of players at all levels of the game. The range has been rebranded with impressive new graphics for 2016.
Kookaburra Sport, established in 1890, is a 100% Australian family owned and operated global business, trading under the brand name Kookaburra in both cricket and hockey internationally. Kookaburra Hockey offers a contemporary and extensive range of hockey sticks and personal equipment sold worldwide.