Oltmans quits as Malaysia's national hockey coach
By Jugjet Singh
Dutchman Roelant Oltmans has sent in his resignation letter to the Malaysian Hockey Confederation (MHC), dated July 31. - NSTP file pic
KUALA LUMPUR: Dutchman Roelant Oltmans has sent in his resignation letter to the Malaysian Hockey Confederation (MHC), dated July 31.
Oltmans quits Malaysia with Revington in line as coach
By Richard Bright
Paul Revington, who recently quit as GB women’s elite development programme coach, is in line to replace Rolant Oltmans as Malaysia national coach after the Dutchman’s decision to return home.
Former international Arul Selvaraj made head coach of national hockey team
By K. RAJAN
BUKIT JALIL: Former international A. Arul Selvaraj has been named the Malaysian hockey team's head coach.
Oltmans gets the top job at SV Kampong
Roelant Oltmans is the new head coach of the SV Kampong men’s team, taking over from Alexander Cox on a multi-year contract.
The Hockeyroos' glory years
Credit: Hockey Australia
Between 1993 and 2000, the Australian women’s hockey team were leading the way when it came to women’s hockey. Two Olympic titles – in Atlanta in 1996 and in front of a home crowd at Sydney 2000 – were the icing on the cake but they were not this team’s only achievements during this golden period.
AHF to organise second set of workshops for Hockey India coaches and technical officials
A group of over 15 coaches and technical officials will be attending a total of five workshops.
The Asian Hockey Federation will organise a second set of online education workshops for Hockey India coaches and technical officials later this month.
Over time there have been many sons and daughters follow their father or mother into a sport. This should come as no surprise as the children grow up around their parents playing that chosen sport. Often there will come a time when the parents are on the decline and nearing retirement that they may play with their child in the same team. Rarely however is it that parents and their children will play in the top team together at the highest level.
English hockey has an 'endemic race issue' from top to bottom, clubs claim
Charge made in letter sent to England Hockey chief executive; BAME players ‘scared’ to report racism, fearing repercussions
By Sean Ingle
English hockey has an “endemic race issue” from the national team down to the club game and junior levels, and is not doing enough to attract players from more deprived areas, the sport’s governing body has been told in a hard-hitting letter signed by nine clubs.
Indoor hockey finally sees the light in Malaysia
By Jugjet Singh
An indoor hockey match at the 2017 Kuala Lumpur Sea Games. NSTP FILE PIC
KUALA LUMPUR: The maths is simple to solve, but somehow a previous blueprint never summed up to the desired equation.
Ramandeep Singh an inspiration for all young hockey players in India, says junior men's core probable Arshdeep Singh
Arshdeep Singh wants to take a leaf out of senior player Ramandeep Singh's book on how to manage injuries in his bid to seal a place in the national side.
File image of Arshdeep Singh. Credit: Hockey India
New Delhi: Indian junior men's hockey team core probable Arshdeep Singh wants to take a leaf out of senior player Ramandeep Singh's book on how to manage injuries in his bid to seal a place in the national side.
Hardik Singh: Meteoric Rise
The crowd was hardly countable, but they were applauding loudly. Those fans who lined up the turf barricade to watch the Indian colts take on the Junior England team, were treated to a visual pleasure as some of coach Harendra Singh’s boys were facing the well-built and well-oiled English team at Bishem Abbay, a hockey facility near London.
New Safe Hockey policies rolled out nationally
Hockey Australia has launched a new and updated suite of child safeguarding policies.
Applications open for GB Women’s EDP Head Coach
Applications are now open for the role of GB Women’s Elite Development Programme Head Coach.