A timely boost
by S. Ramaguru
Proving his worth: Syed Mohamed Syafiq will feature for the second time with the national senior team in the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Ipoh which starts on Saturday.
KUALA LUMPUR: Former National Juniors defender Syed Mohamed Syafiq Syed Cholan is set to make his second outing with the senior national hockey team in the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup, which starts in Ipoh on Saturday.
South African Inter-Provincial Mens & Womens Tournament 2017
Results and Tables from Day 2
South African Indoor Hockey Men’s side named for African World Cup Qualifier
The FIH Indoor Hockey World Cup will take place in February 2018 in Berlin in Germany. 12 Teams from around the globe will compete for the ultimate prize in Indoor Hockey, one of those teams will be from Africa. The identity of that team will be decided at the upcoming African Indoor Hockey World Cup Qualifier in Swakopmund in Namibia.
2017 Junior and Senior U.S. Women's National Indoor Teams Announced
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Following two selection weekends, the 2017 U-17, U-19 and Senior U.S. Women's National Indoor Teams have been confirmed. Head coach of the program, Jun Kentwell and her staff have developed the rosters that will represent the red, white and blue in the international playing arenas.
Hockey Australia re-sign major sponsor Ausdrill
Hockeyroos major sponsor
Hockey Australia has today announced that diversified mining services company, Ausdrill has re-signed as a major sponsor of the Australian Women’s National hockey team in a deal which will see them continue until at least the end of 2019.
EY Champions Trophy Preview
The opening match of the weekend see’s UCD take on Loreto, with the students presumably riding on a wave of confidence following their recent Irish Senior Cup and EY Hockey League titles as they bid for the treble. On paper there isn’t much between these two sides with the teams drawing their first EYHL game 2-2, and UCD taking the spoils in the reverse fixture with a 1-0 victory. The UCD defence currently holds the lowest goals- against title in the EYHL and Clodagh Cassin will surely prove tough to beat while the experienced Sarah Robinson and Lena Tice are all too capable of turning defence into attack with pin point passes through to midfield. But Loreto have goal-scoring threats all over the pitch with a whole host of the squad getting on the scoresheet throughout the season. Sarah Torrans racked up 5 goals in their final match of the season, while Jessica McGirr bagged herself 2 hat tricks in quick succession. Louisa Healy should prove invaluable in the Loreto goal and all the teams international experience will be called upon whether it be Ali Meeke’s creativity or Hannah Matthews’ unwavering reliability. Likewise, the duel between Lizzie Colvin and, Gillian Pinder in midfield could be a key battle in who progresses to the final with Colvin in imperious form this season domestically and internationally. Colvin is set to depart Loreto at the end of the season which may add additional motivation for silverware, regardless the opening match of the weekend should set the high standard for the weekend.
Sikh Union eye revival
By BRIAN YONGA
Collins Winjila of Sikh Union plays during their Kenya Hockey Union men’s Premier League match against Strathmore University at City Park Hockey Stadium on March 15, 2017. PHOTO | MARTIN MUKANGU | NATION MEDIA GROUP
Former champions Sikh Union Nairobi play Parkroad Badgers Wednesday evening in a mid-week Kenya Hockey Union men’s Premier league match at City Park Stadium, Nairobi.
Pak Jrs Trounce Tasmania 5-1
Hobart, Tasmania: Pir Mahal's Naveed Alam and Faisalabad's Rizwan Ali both had a brace as Pakistan routed the hosts Tasmania 5-1 in their first match of the 4-team Playoffs at the National Junior Hockey Championships of Australia.
Johor Juniors move closer to top with home win
KUALA LUMUR: SMKDBL Johor Juniors are on a roll in Division One of the Malaysian Junior Hockey League (MJHL).
Game paramount for first citizens of hockey
BENGALURU: Abhinandan Kumar Bhardwaj, the right winger of Citizen Hockey team, is an aggressive force on the pitch. Although shy by nature off the field, what stands out in the wily player is his ability to take on challenges life throws at him consistently.
U14 Boys School Championships
Whitgift U14 School Winners
Whitgift were crowned the U14 Boys School Champions after beating Cranleigh 2-0 at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre.
Pan American Hockey Federation (PAHF) Managing Director
Day-to-day management of the organization
The Pan American Hockey Federation (PAHF) is the governing body for the Pan Americas in the international Olympic sport of Field & Indoor Hockey and is one of 5 Continental Federations that report to and are funded by the International Hockey Federation (FIH).
Second Test: Malaysia 3 New Zealand 3
By Jugjet Singh
NATIONAL coach Stephen van Huizen made a few changes to the team, and Malaysia drew 3-3 with New Zealand in the Second Test at the Tun Razak Stadium Sunday.
Faizal comes to Malaysia’s rescue with late equaliser
by S. Ramaguru
Flying in: Shahril Saabah challenging New Zealand’s David Brydon in the second Test at the Tun Razak Stadium yesterday. — M. AZHAR ARIF/The Star
KUALA LUMPUR: Forward Faizal Saari scored a late goal to salvage a 3-3 draw for Malaysia in the second hockey Test against New Zealand.
Black Sticks Men draw with Malaysia
The Vantage Black Sticks Men have drawn 3-3 with hosts Malaysia in their second test ahead of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup which starts this weekend.
Black Sticks improve ahead of Sultan Azlan Shah Cup
Sam Lane opened the scoring for New Zealand against Malaysia. PHOTOSPORT
The Black Sticks men have bounced back from their horror loss to draw with Malaysia in their final warm-up ahead of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup.
Black Sticks draw with Malaysia
New Zealand's, Stephen Jenness
New Zealand have completed their official Azlan Shah tournament buildup with a 3-3 draw against hosts Malaysia in their second test in Kuala Lumpur.
Extreme heat no surprise for Black Sticks at Azlan Shah
By David Leggat
Black Sticks captain Arun Panchia. Photo / Photosport
There won't be any surprises for the Black Sticks when they chase a third victory at the annual Azlan Shah men's tournament in Ipoh, Malaysia from this weekend.
Hockey is still his life
by Roger Rodrigo
Sarjit (second from right) putting his national junior players through the pace on the first day of training. — filepic
He easily qualifies as one of Malaysia’s hockey heroes, having served as captain at the junior and senior levels as well as coaching both the junior and senior national teams in his career.
Derek Forsyth to join GB Hockey men as Assistant Coach for tournament in Malaysia
Sam judge joins Scotland women’s coaching team
Sam Judge in action for Scotland
Former Scotland internationalist, and current Edinburgh University Women Player-Coach, Sam Judge has joined the Scotland senior women's coaching team.
South African Inter-Provincial Men's and Women's Tournament
Results and Pool standings from Day 1
Big wins for AIU, Chattisgarh
NEW DELHI: Jyoti Gupta and Narinder Kaur's triple strikes helped Association of Indian Universities beat Hockey Karnataka 8-1 in Pool A match of the 7th senior national women's hockey championship in Rohtak on Monday. In a Pool B match, Chhattisgarh Hockey swamped Mumbai Hockey Association Ltd 9-0. In Pool C, Hockey Madhya Pradesh beat Hockey Unit of Tamil Nadu. Shivani Singh scored a hat-trick for the winners in the 6-0 rout.
Surprise league leaders MBPJ ready for a fight despite feeling the heat
KUALA LUMPUR: Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) are beginning to feel the pressure of being the Malaysian Junior Hockey League’s (MJHL) Division One leaders.
Denayer and Dragons dreaming of historic Brasschaat hosting
Felix Denayer said his KHC Dragons side had to show major patience before eventually breaking down Racing Club de France in their KO8 tie to earn the much-coveted home date for the FINAL4.
Poster Boy Bob smiles his way through EHL KO16 victories
Bob de Voogd, the poster boy for the EHL, said he loved being the face of the KO16, helping to promote the event at his home club in Eindhoven last week.
Surbiton make history
By Mike Haymonds
SURBITON made history, being the first club to win both men’s and women’s titles in the same year at the League Championships play-offs since they were introduced in 2009/10.
FIH launches Rules of Hockey app
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has launched a free ‘Rules of Hockey’ app for iOS and android smartphones.