Men: Venezuela already settled in the semifinals of the Pan Am Challenge
Venezuela beat Uruguay 3-0, while Peru defeated Ecuador 11-0. Tomorrow, host Peru will play against Venezuela and the winner of Pool B will be defined.
Tomorrow, host Peru will play against Venezuela and the winner of Pool B will be defined.
Women: Panama thrashed Peru and is one step from the final
Host Peru finished with a comprehensive win over Panama and they now lead the Pan American Challenge
Ximenas Ardiles’s last cry was definite. Peru decompressed the pressure of playing at home and with the number of goals converted by the team in the match against Panama they climbed to the first place of the women competition of the Pan American Challenge, held in Chiclayo, Peru. This 7-0 victory leaves them unbeaten and with undeniable chances to cruise to the final.
Men: Guyana joins Brazil in the semifinals on Friday
Guyana tied Brazil 2-2, becoming second of Pool A and earning a spot in the semifinals.
In the other match for the key, Puerto Rico defeated Panama 12-0.
Double win for Black Sticks in Nelson
Black Sticks women thump Argentina 4-1 in hockey test in Nelson
Gemma Flynn, who scored two of the Black Sticks' four goals in their win over Argentina in a hockey test at Nelson on Tuesday. CHRIS SYMES/PHOTOSPORT
The Black Sticks men's and women's hockey teams turned it on for their Nelson fan base after both recorded wins in an international double-header at Saxton Turf on Tuesday.
Black Sticks impress with dual wins
The Black Sticks both picked up impressive wins this afternoon. Photo / File
The New Zealand men's and women's hockey teams both had wins tonight on their tours of the South Island.
India’s run ends with a 2-0 loss to big boys
After conceding a goal in the 5th minute of the match, India missed many chances. courtesy: Hockey New Zealand
New Delhi: The usual problems returned to haunt Roelant Oltmans as India again conceded an early goal and wasted many scoring opportunities to go down 2-0 to New Zealand in their opening match in the four-Test series in Nelson on Tuesday.
Indian hockey team lose opener 0 2 to New Zealand
India had beaten New Zealand A 3-1 and 2-1 in the two practice games in Auckland on October 2 and 3 but that did not help.
Changes for Oceania Cup
Clemons replaces Charter, Fiji women withdraw from tournament
Keeper Tristan Clemons will take injured Andrew Charter's place in the Oceania Cup
The Kookaburras have been forced to make a change to the squad announced for the forthcoming Oceania Cup in New Zealand.
Sultan of Johor Cup: Junior hockey team to depart for Malaysia
The youngsters, who had been in Rawalpindi for the training camp, will now reassemble in Lahore on Wednesday to leave for Malaysia. PHOTO COURTESY: PHF
KARACHI: With an aim to finish in the top three, Pakistan’s junior hockey team will leave for Malaysia on Wednesday to participate in the Sultan of Johor Junior Hockey Tournament in Johor Bahru, Malaysia from October 11-18.
EHL week: HTHC's Hauke on his club's EHL dream
“Everything was so quick,” Tobias Hauke says, looking back on Harvestehuder THC’s victory in the Euro Hockey League in 2013/14.
Stagno hoping EG gelling at the right time
East Grinstead coach Karl Stagno is hoping his side is gelling at the right time after they recorded their first win of the season last Sunday in the English Premier Division.
Egara 9-0 winners over Taburiente
Club Egara produced a huge 9-0 win on day two of the Spanish Honor Division against Taburiente to build-up to the EHL in impressive fashion.
Six-A-Side University Tournament Proves a Success
Last Wednesday saw a new high tempo, attacking tournament take place in Nottingham.
Men: Brazil secured their spot in the semifinals of the Pan Am Challenge
Brazil earned a second victory in the tournament, defeating Puerto Rico 5-1, and is now the lone leader of Pool A.
Brazil is among the four top teams of the Pan Am Challenge, after beating Puerto Rico 5-1, in the second sports day of Pool A of the Pan Am Challenge, and became the leader of the pool.
Women: Barbados surprises and now tops the competition
Barbados beat Puerto Rico 5-0. The team, harvested the second victory of the competition at the Pan Am Challenge
Barbados beat Puerto Rico 5-0.The team, harvested the second victory of the competition at the Pan Am Challenge, and earned 6 points, while Brazil and Peru each have 4 points.
Punt excited but nervous ahead of clash with Argentina
Anita Punt. Photo / Hawke's Bay Today
After 211 tests for the Black Sticks, it's not often firsts come about for captain Anita Punt.
Black Sticks women thump Argentina 4-1 in hockey test in Nelson
Gemma Flynn, who scored two goals for the Black Sticks in their 4-1 win over Argentina in Nelson on Tuesday. Francois Nel
The Black Sticks women will head to Christchurch with an unbeatable series lead after a 4-1 win in their third hockey international at Nelson's Saxton Turf on Tuesday.
Confident India set for New Zealand clash
NEW DELHI: Having registered convincing wins in warm-up games against the A team, the Indian men's hockey outfit will be high on confidence as it prepares to take on New Zealand at Nelson on Tuesday.
Stats Speak: Indian-Kiwis in International Hockey
By B.G.Joshi (Sehore-Bhopal, India)
Year 1926 was the first when an Indian Hockey team travelled abroad. It was to New Zealand.
Black Sticks men to face Australian team without several key names at Oceania Cup
Experienced Kookaburras midfielder Simon Orchard, right, is not part of the Australian squad to travel to New Zealand for this month's Oceania Cup. GETTY IMAGES
The Australian men's hockey team have left out several experienced players and named five under the age of 22 for this month's Oceania Cup in Stratford.
EHL week: four days to go!
The countdown is on with just four days to go until EHL Round 1 in Hamburg with the atmosphere quickly rising and tickets selling quickly for the world's premier club competition.
Leo back to winning ways ahead of Round 1
Royal Leopold got back to winning ways in the Belgian Audi Hockey League when they fought off the challenge of La Gantoise 4-1 to move up a share of third place.
Kampong win Hoofdklasse topper over OZ
Kampong won the Hoofdklasse topper against Oranje Zwart 4-3 in Eindhoven to close the gap on their title rivals. The reigning champions were always behind in the tie despite a big late comeback as Kampong raced into an early lead via Rutger Marres.
Racing hold steady at head of French league
Picture: Gregory Redding
Racing Club de France continued their perfect start to the French elite division as they managed to get the better of CA Montrouge.
Alan Forsyth strikes third hat-trick to close in on GB call-up
By Graham Wilson
Alan Forsyth is in contention to be named in GB's squad for next month's World League final. GETTY
ALAN FORSYTH celebrated his call-up to the Great Britain central programme by striking his third hat-trick of the season as Surbiton moved two points clear at the top of the England League premier division with a 6-2 win over Canterbury.
The Goal Machines
Surbitons Jenna Woolven celebrates scoring in the cup final
There’s no denying that goals and good goalscorers are a precious commodity in hockey. Having someone who will find the net for you on a regular basis is the difference between success and failure.
Wren beaver gives Malvern winning start
Jovan Wren, the son of former national hockey duo, Cecile and Nicholas Wren stole the spotlight on the opening day of the T&T Hockey Board National Indoor Championships Boys Under-19 Division at the Woodbrook Youth Facility, on Saturday.
Legendary Shahbaz determined to revive hockey in his new role
Pakistan hockey is going through its worst ever phase and for quite some time now. National team failed to qualify for the World Cup (for the first time) in 2014 and would also not figure at the 2016 Olympics; another dubious first.
Men’s Masters Australian teams
Australian teams selected in Over 35, 40 and 45 age groups
Following the conclusion of the younger age group tournaments at the men's Masters Australian Championships in Cairns the Australian national Masters teams in those age groups - Over 35, 40 and 45 - have been selected.
Nike Women Presents: Field Hockey Star Anna Flanagan
Anna Flanagan in the Nike Tech Fleece Cape
Eight years ago, at the age of 15, Australian field hockey player Anna Flanagan was at a crossroads. She had reached national levels in track and field, tennis and field hockey, but the increasing degree of competition required her to focus on one sport.
Athletic Council upholds ban of Rye field hockey boys
From left, Rye's Phile Govaert and his sister Fusine, take part in field hockey practice at Rye High School Aug. 20, 2015. (Photo: File photo by Frank Becerra Jr./The Journal News)
The Section 1 Athletic Council has sided with Section 1’s eligibility committee, ruling Monday that two boys may not play for the Rye High School varsity field hockey team.
Alex Danson - Player of the Tournament
By Dil Bahra
Alex Danson displaying why she won Player of the Tournament. Photo: Koen Suyk
There have been a few great action photos in our sport of hockey over the years but this photo by Dutch photographer Koen Suyk tops them all. Koen, a photographer for over 40 years has covered seven Olympic Games and states that Sports photography is his great love, with hockey, golf and tennis as his specialties.
New Rules presentation for upcoming European season
Surrey County Umpires Association in conjunction with FIH World Panel umpire Hamish Jameson and Sportplan have put together an outstanding presentation on the new rules of Hockey in place from January 2015. The presentation is also mobile friendly. I can highly recommend it for Umpires, Players and Spectators.