Jackson scores four in 8-1 win for England
Jackson ENG v MAS CWG
A blistering second half performance from England's men against Malaysia, including a masterclass in drag-flicking from Ashley Jackson, put England top of their pool on a rainy Sunday night in Glasgow.
Raining goals in Glasgow
Second consecutive hat-trick from Jodie Kenny helps Aussie women to 9-0 win over hosts
Jodie Kenny’s second hat-trick in as many matches launched Australia’s women’s hockey team to a 9-0 win over the hosts Scotland at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow on Sunday. The result puts the Aussies on the brink of the semi-finals with a draw in Monday’s match against England enough to see them through to the final four irrespective of other results.
Australia prove their class with penalty corner display
Scotland captain Linda Clement in action against Australia. Photo Credit: Andy Laing
Scotland Senior Women felt the full force of Australia’s penalty corner expertise, conceding seven goals from set-plays during a 9-0 defeat in Pool B of the Women’s Hockey competition at the Glasgow National Hockey Centre.
England put five past Malaysia
Alex Danson in action for England v Malaysia at Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games
England's women's hockey team maintained their unbeaten start at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Comfortable Pool B victory for England women before Australia test
By Graham Wilson
Alex Danson celebrates her goal against Malaysia[PA]
ENGLAND got amongst the goals at last with five different scorers to secure six points in the Commonwealth Games Pool B table but more importantly they have started converting those all-important penalty corners.
Women's hockey team suffer third straight loss
Malaysia’s Norbaini Hashim in a filepic during the match against Australia. The Malaysian women suffered their third straight loss, to England on Sunday.
GLASGOW: The Malaysian women’s hockey team suffered their third consecutive defeat when they were outplayed 5-0 by England in a Commonwealth Games Group B match at the Glasgow National Hockey Centre.
Hager happy with 3-0 win against India
Jordan Grant in action in today's match against India
The New Zealand women’s hockey team have had their second win at the Commonwealth Games, beating India 3-0 at the Glasgow National Hockey Centre.
Sam Charlton reaches 100th international cap
When Midlands defender Sam Charlton debuted at the start of 2010 she didn’t think she would be playing her 100th international test cap only four years later at the age of 22.
Black Sticks beat India
Anita Punt scored twice in New Zealand's win over India. Anita Punt scored twice in New Zealand's win over India.
The New Zealand women's hockey team recorded a second clean sheet at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games after a 3-0 pool play win over India this morning.
Black Sticks women stay unbeaten in Glasgow
MARK GEENTY IN GLASGOW
TOO STRONG: Anita Punt (left), who had two goals in the Black Sticks' 3-0 victory over India, high-fives Krystal Forgesson. Photosport
A double to Anita Punt saw New Zealand dispatch India 3-0 and remain on track to top pool A in the Commonwealth Games women's hockey competition.
Indian eves lose 0-3 to NZ in Glasgow Games hockey
GLASGOW: India eves failed to keep their winning momentum going as they were blanked 0-3 by higher-ranked New Zealand in their second Group match at the 20th Commonwealth Games, on Sunday.
Women earn first Commonwealth Games win in convincing fashion
The Canadian Women’s Field Hockey Team grabbed their first points of the Commonwealth Games competition with a win against Pan American rivals Trinidad & Tobago (4-1)
Preview: AUS (m) v South Africa
Australian men face only side to ever beat AUS in Commonwealth Games
Trent Mitton just missed a hat trick in the game
The Australian men’s second opponent at the Commonwealth Games, South Africa will have enjoyed a two day break by the time the sides meet on Monday morning (9am BST / 6pm AEST / 4pm AWST).
Preview: AUS (w) v England
Australian women expect tough final preliminary game in Glasgow
Influential Georgie Parker
National women’s coach Adam Commens has warned not to read too much into England’s World Cup campaign ahead of Monday’s Commonwealth Games clash with the world number six side showing renewed form of late.
Govers inking his name as hockey superstar
With tattoos heavily inked on both arms, two piercings in his left ear and a passion for St George Illawarra, Kieran Govers doesn't fit any stereotype of a hockey player.
Hockey is a Sandhu family affair
by Dil Bahra in Glasgow
Poonam Kaur Sandhu, right, celebrating Canada's second goal against Trinidad & Tobago Photo: Yan Huckendubler
Poonam Kaur Sandhu, who is representing Canada’s Women hockey team at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, is a 23 years old Sikh girl, born and bred in Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada. She made her international debut at the Champions Challenge 11 in 2009 and is now a well established player in the Canadian team.
Double Dutch at Junior Euros
The Netherlands landed the EuroHockey Junior Championship double in Waterloo yesterday as their men and women saw off Germany in their respective finals.
Millfield and Rondebosch strike gold on Super Sunday!!
JONATHAN COOK at Hartleyvale
Almost 150 matches later, played over a five-day period, two school first teams emerged as winners of the Cape Town U18 International Schools/Clubs Hockey Festival in dramatic fashion at Hartleyvale Hockey Stadium late Sunday afternoon.
Sunday sweep earns Ontario double gold at Under-16 National Championships
The Ontario boys and girls under-16 teams are both headed home with gold medals after a Sunday sweep at the 2014 Field Hockey Canada Under-16 National Championships in West Vancouver, B.C.
Whetton hits 1st hat-trick
Queenslander scores first hat-trick in 7-1 win over Wales at Glasgow 2014
Australia’s men’s hockey team might have been the last to begin their Commonwealth Games campaign but they announced their arrival with a clinical 7-1 win over Wales, underpinned by Jake Whetton’s first ever international hat-trick.
India prove penalty corner prowess against Scotland
Scotland striker Kenny Bain celebrates his goal against India. Photo Credit: Iain Steele
The art of clinical finishing by India’s penalty corner experts was a key feature in a 6-2 win over Team Scotland in Pool A of the Men’s Hockey competition at the Glasgow National Hockey Centre today.
India thrash Scotland 6-2 in CWG hockey
GLASGOW: India dished out a dominating performance to notch up a 6-2 victory over hosts Scotland in a Pool A match in the men's hockey competition of the Commonwealth Games on Saturday.
Canadian lose heartbreaker to Malaysia at Commonwealth Games
In a very close and energetic match, Canada suffered a heartbreak against perennial rivals Malaysia, ending with a loss in a game they always seemed in a position to grab.
Malaysia men open hockey accounts with victory
By Aftar Singh
The Malaysian hockey players celebrate after scoring a goal against Canada in the Glasgow Commonwealth Games on Saturday. - AFP
GLASGOW: A goal in each half was enough to give the cagey Malaysian men’s hockey team a 2-0 win over Canada.
Malaysia begin with a victory
THE banana skin that Canada could have been was avoided as the Malaysian men's team opened their Commonwealth Games campaign with a 2-0 win in a Group B clash at the Glasgow Hockey Centre yesterday.
Sikhs represent Canada, India and Malaysia at Men's hockey at Commonwealth Games
by Dil Bahra in Glasgow
Sukhpal Singh Panesar of Canada and Baljit Singh Charum of Malaysia
Malaysia defeated Canada by two goals to nil in the morning Pool B match at the Glasgow National Hockey Centre on Saturday. A goal in each half ensured Malaysia started her Commonwealth Games campaign in a winning way. Canada dominated the last 20 minutes of the match but were unable to score despite all the possession they had. Against run of play, with only a minute left on the clock, Malaysia scored the crucial second goal.
Double header as England teams face Malaysia
Susie Gilbert in action for England at the 2014 Commonwealth Games
Since securing two victories and six points on the opening day of Glasgow 2014 England men's and women's teams have enjoyed the luxury of two rest days; something which seldom occurs in tournament hockey.
Aussies wary of home crowd
Georgie Parker expects "great atmosphere" against hosts Scotland
Georgie Parker believes Australia’s women will be faced with an extra opponent – the home crowd - when they take on host nation, Scotland, early on Sunday morning.
Indian women's hockey team faces Black sticks test on Sunday
GLASGOW: Having outclassed Canada in the lung opener, the Indian women's hockey team led by Ritu Rani will be facing a sterner test when they meet a formidable New Zealand side in another group league clash on Sunday.
Couzins inspired by Athletes Village
NZ Men’s hockey captain Dean Couzins says the environment that has been created by the New Zealand Olympic Committee (NZOC) for the Kiwis in the Athlete’s Village is really inspirational.
England U21 Men win bronze
EG looking for first Dutch scalp
East Grinstead manager Matt Jones has told local media his side is relishing the opportunity of taking on the Netherlands' SV Kampong and Russia's Dinamo Stroitel in the group stages of the 2014/15 Euro Hockey League.
Daring strengthen for EHL debut
Euro Hockey League newcomers Royal Daring have moved quickly to strengthen their panel ahead of their debut in the competition this October in Barcelona with six new players added to their roster.