Kookaburras beat South Korea 5-1
22:11 AEST Tue Jun 12 2012

The Australian men's hockey team have enjoyed a convincing 5-1 win over South Korea to seal their four Test-match series.

The Kookaburras have an unassailable 3-0 series lead having won both the first two Tests 2-0.

The Koreans were competitive in the opening half, before Russell Ford sent home a rebound off the keeper at the 17 minute mark, which opened the flood gates.

Luke Doerner converted the second, tapping in a penalty corner rebound from a Chris Ciriello drag flick and the Kookaburras began to dominate the match.

The world No.1 team went to the break 2-0 up but after half-time the Koreans made a brief comeback as Hyun Woo scored for the visitors.

But the momentum shift was short lived as Matthew Gohdes in his 50th international scored a clever field goal at 44 minutes.

Glenn Turner and Glenn Simpson bagged one each to round out the scoring and finished off a solid performance.

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