Kookaburras clinch series
Australia's men win final test 3-2 over India in a deciding shoot-out
Daniel Beale lobs the keeper, PR Sreejesh, to open the scoring in the shootout.
Tristan Clemons’ diving save helped the Kookaburras claim the test series title after defeating India 3-2 in a deciding shoot-out after both sides secured a win and draw in Chhattishgarh Tuesday morning.
India wins third and final test
Lose the series to Australia in a penalty shoot out
Raipur: The Indian Senior Men’s Hockey team today gave a display of their class winning the third and final test of the three match test series against Australia 3-2 in a theatrical finish. A goal in the last few seconds by Akashdeep Singh sealed India’s win in the final test. VR Raghunath and Rupinder Pal Singh were the other scorers for India. The winner of the series was decided through a penalty shoot-out which was won by Australia (3-2).
Indian hockey team wins 3rd Test but lose series to Australia
RANCHI: Forward Akashdeep Singh's blinder in the dying moments of the game helped India edge past Australia 3-2 in the final hockey Test but the hosts ended up losing the series when they faltered in the deciding penalty shootout, here on Monday.
Aussies hit by bolt from Akash
Forward’s late strike gives India 3-2 win in final match. Hosts lose series after shoot-out
India captain Sardar Singh in action during their match against Australia in Raipur on Monday. Hockey India
Raipur: India conceded the hockey Test series to Australia despite winning the third and final match after going down in the series-deciding penalty shoot-out here today.
Mixed fortunes for India as they win the third hockey Test against Australia but lose the series
Akashdeep Singh Getty Images
Forward Akashdeep Singh's blinder in the dying moments of the game helped India edge past Australia 3-2 in the final hockey Test but the hosts ended up losing the series when they faltered in the deciding penalty shootout, at Raipur on Monday.
Harmanpreet’s goals made India’s win easy
Aakanksha N Bhardwaj
Harmanpreet Singh (HT Photo)
Trained from Jalandhar-based Surjit Hockey Academy, Harmanpreet Singh emerged a stalwart and main protagonist in the Indian hockey team with India beating Pakistan 6-2 in the 8th junior men’s Asia Cup hockey tournament at Kuantan in Malaysia on Sunday.
Here is someone who can solve Indian hockey team's penalty corner puzzle
Harmanpreet Singh Hockey India
India's senior hockey team has been struggling against higher ranked teams in major tournaments, but its under-21 squad is keeping the national flag flying high.
T&T hockey men tackle Brazil
Notre Dame’s Darren Cowie will lead a youthful T&T senior men’s hockey team into battle against host Brazil from 3 pm today in Rio de Janiero, Brazil when the four-team Olympic Test Event flicks off until Saturday. In the day’s opening match, Chile and Mexico will face off from 12.30 pm.
Indian eves all set for an Argentine face-off
NEW DELHI: The Indian senior women's hockey team, under the guidance of chief coach Neil Hawgood, is all set to start their Argentina tour with a clash against their under-21 team, tomorrow.
India lose by 0-3 against U-21 Argentina in friendly
Indian women's Argentina tour started today with a friendly match against U-21 Argentina team.
Walk The Talk With India Women Hockey Players
Shekhar Gupta (R) with Ritu Rani (C), Captain of the Indian hockey team and left defender Sushila Chanu (L).
In this episode of Walk The Talk, two very special members of the Women's Hockey Team speak on always keeping their eyes on the Ball and how focused they were which made sure that after 36 years the Indian Hockey Team qualified for the Olympics. Ritu Rani, Captain of the team, says, "Attack and defence are both my job." Sushila Chanu, member of the team, says, "We are not afraid of players that are double our size." They narrate their story of how from little known places from India they have achieved all they are today with only hard work and determination.
Men’s Hero Hockey World League Final 2015 begins Friday
Best players in the world set to battle it out for World League title
The hugely anticipated men’s Hero Hockey World League Final gets underway in the Indian city of Raipur on Friday 27 November, featuring eight of the best national hockey teams in the world.
BT Sport secures Hockey World League Finals rights for UK and Ireland
Chris Griffiths celebrates GB goal
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has confirmed that BT Sport will broadcast the men’s and women’s Hockey World League Finals in the United Kingdom and Ireland later this year.
Spotlight on: China women
About the team: China (FIH World Ranking: 5) have been in something of a transitional phase in recent years, but the current group is really starting to make some serious headway in their bid to restore the team to the performance levels achieved in 2008, when they claimed the silver medal at the Beijing Olympic Games.
Junior hockey team needs to go through sterner tests: Coach
NEW DELHI: Winning the 8th Junior Men's Asia Cup is just the beginning for Indian colts and they need to frequently face "sterner tests" to become world beaters, feels coach Harendra Singh.
Winning India showered with cash prize
· Cash prize of Rs 1 Lakh each for the players and the Head Coach
· Cash prize of Rs 50,000 for the remaining coaches and support staff
· Additional Rs 1 Lakh each for the tournament awardees
New Delhi, 23rd November 2015: Indian junior team have won the Kuantan Jr Asia Cup without losing a match, in sync with both the times it won the same prestigious event in the past.
Hockey India announces cash prize money for junior Asia Cup triumph
NEW DELHI: Hockey India today announced a cash prize of Rs one lakh each for the players and the head coach of the Junior Men's Asia Cup-winning team.
Five-star Gleghorne shoots down Cannock
Mark Gleghorne was in scintillating form for Beeston as he hit five goals in a 6-2 defeat of Cannock in the English men’s Premier Division as the Nottingham club moved above the Birmingham outfit on goal difference.
Yearning for Rio 2016: SA hockey teams let down by Sascoc
South Africa winners of the 2015 Greenfields Africa Hockey Championships men final game between South Africa and Egypt at the Randburg Hockey Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa on November 01, 2015. Photo: Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix
JOHANNESBURG - The South African men's and women's hockey teams have had their aspirations to represent South Africa at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games shattered.
Smile for the day
Smile for the day
Kookaburras seal victory
Fourth quarter strikes from Whetton & Zalewski seal a 2-1 victory over India
Two final quarter strikes from forwards Jake Whetton and Aran Zalewski led the Kookaburras to a 2-1 victory over a dominating Indian side in their second test match in Chhattishgarh Monday morning.
India go down 2-1 in the second test at Raipur
Raipur: The Indian team suffered a 2-1 defeat to world champions Australia in the second test match of the three match test series in Raipur today. Today’s encounter against Australia was the first ever international hockey match played at the newly inaugurated Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel International Stadium, Raipur. India will now meet Australia in the last match of the three match series tomorrow.
Whetton, Zalewski help Australia go 1-0 up against India
Australia scored two field goals off a deflection. (Image courtesy: Hockey India)
A couple of deflected field goals in the fourth quarter got Australia over the line 2-1 against India in the second of the three-match Hockey Test between the two nations at the Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel International Hockey Stadium in Raipur. Jacob Whetton and Aran Zalewski netted a goal in a difference of two minutes - 46th and 48th - allowing the hosts to overshadow an attacking display by India in the initial stages of the match.
Late Australian goals sink India in the second hockey Test tie
Aran Zalewski Aran Zalewski scored one of the goals to power his team to a victory on Sunday Getty Images
India failed to hold on to their early lead as they went down 1-2 against Australia in the second Test at the Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel International Hockey Stadium at Raipur on Sunday.
Clinical India lifts Junior Asia Cup
Kuantan, Malaysia: Matching its meticulous planning and methodical approach, India colts won the 8th Junior Asia Cup majestically, thumping Pakistan down to 6-2 at Kuantan.
Colts run over Pak, lift Asia Cup
Drag-flicker Harmanpreet scores four goals in India’s smashing 6-2 triumph
The Indian team goes for a victory lap after thrashing Pakistan 6-2 in the jr Asia Cup final on Sunday. HOCKEY INDIA
Kuantan (Malaysia): India thrashed archrivals Pakistan 6-2 to win the eighth junior men’s Asia Cup here on Sunday. The Indian boys started the final on a positive note, looking for openings and creating pressure on their opponents.
Harmanpreet leads the way as India thump Pakistan 6-2 in the final
Asia Cup Hockey Indian players go for a celebratory lap after winning the Junior Asia Cup. Hockey India
Harmanpreet Singh scored four goals as the India registered an emphatic 6-2 victory over arch-rival Pakistan in the final of the Junior Asia Cup hockey on Sunday reported an English daily.
India thrash Pakistan 6-2 to win Junior Men's Asia Cup hockey
(Hockey India Photo)
Drag-flicker Harmanpreet Singh scored a quartet as Indian team kept their unbeaten run intact in the Junior Men's Asia Cup hockey tournament, registering an emphatic 6-2 victory over arch-rival Pakistan in the final on Sunday.
India lift third Junior Asia Cup trophy
by S. Ramaguru
KUANTAN: Harmanpreet Singh was the hero as India clinched their third Junior Asia Cup hockey title with an emphatic 6-2 win over Pakistan at the Wisma Belia Hockey Stadium.
India thrash Pakistan for Junior Asia Cup title
KARACHI: Harmanpreet Singh slammed four goals, all off penalty corners, as India bulldozed three-time former champions Pakistan 6-2 in the one-sided final to regain the juniors Asia Cup in the Malaysian city of Kuantan on Sunday. The winners led 3-1 at half time.
Malaysia vent anger on Bagladesh
By Jugjet Singh
MALAYSIA beat Bangladesh 8-0 to finish fifth in the Junior Asia Cup in Kuantan yesterday.
Malaysia just fifth best in Junior Asia Cup hockey
by S. Ramaguru
KUANTAN: Malaysia signed off from the Junior Asia Cup with an 8-0 thumping of minnows Bangladesh to finish fifth.
Hashim throws in surprise resignation
MALAYSIAN Hockey Confederation (MHC) Competitions Committee secretary Hashim Yusoff has abruptly put in his resignation letter.
Spotlight on: Netherlands men
2013 was a disappointing year for Netherlands (FIH World Ranking: 2), the Olympic silver medallists from London 2012, but 2014 saw Oranje return to form in style. The year started with a stunning performance at the Hero Hockey World League Final, where they took the title by beating New Zealand 7-2 in the gold medal match.
Germany, Netherlands invited for Azlan Shah Cup
By Jugjet Singh
THE Malaysian Hockey Condeferation (MHC) have invited Germany and Netherlands for the 25th Azlan Shah Cup on April 7-17 next year.
Two from two
Australia's U23 men secure 4-0 victory on day two in Canberra
Australia’s U23 men secured a 4-0 victory over New Zealand in Canberra on day two of the series.
Tough day for Future Black Sticks
Photo courtesy Hockey ACT
The Future Black Sticks Men have been well defeated 4-0 by the Australia Under 23s in the second test in Canberra.
Future Black Sticks edged in opener
Photo courtesy Hockey ACT
The Future Black Sticks Men have been beaten 2-1 by the Australia Under 23s in the first of their five test series in Canberra.
Brooklands target top four
East Grinstead celebrating a goal during their 4-2 defeat of Reading. Credit: Ravi Ghowry.
Brooklands Manchester University have their sights set on a play-off berth in the Men’s Hockey League Premier Division and they closed the gap with a comprehensive 4-0 win over last season’s champions Wimbledon.
Irish Womens EY Hockey League Week 6/7 Round Up
Hermes beat two of their closest rivals to build an imposing seven point lead over the chasers in the women’s EY Hockey League after just seven rounds of matches.
Champions Telkom Orange subdue Vikings at City Park
By BRIAN YONGA
Vikings' Charity Juma challenges Flavian Mutiva of Telkom Orange during the national women league match at City park Stadium on 22nd November 2015. Telkom Orange thrashed the meek Vikings 5-0. PHOTO | MARTIN MUKANGU | NATION MEDIA GROUP
Champions Telkom Orange maintained their unbeaten record in Kenya Hockey Union (KHU) women’s national league after beating Vikings 5-0 on Sunday in a league encounter played at the City Park Stadium in Nairobi.
Syracuse senior breaks the school record on game-sealing assist
ANN ARBOR, Michigan – Individual awards and a giant, gleaming team trophy sat undisturbed on a table at the center of Ocker Field Sunday afternoon. The public address announcer twice tried to begin the post-game coronation of Syracuse as 2015 NCAA field hockey national champions, but the Orange players were still near the stands – each wearing white National Champions hats and T-shirts – hugging family and friends that had traveled to see the program win its first title.
Syracuse tops UNC, claims first ever field hockey title
Four different players scored for Syracuse, as the Orange claimed their first field hockey title. Tony Ding | NCAA.com
The Syracuse field hockey team won the program's first National Championship and the first-ever women's National Championship at Syracuse University.
East Stroudsburg takes home DII national title
East Stroudsburg Athletics
East Stroudsburg won its first ever field hockey national championship with its win over Merrimack. East Stroudsburg Athletics
BLOOMSBURG - Senior forward Ally Roth converted a penalty stroke 4:48 into overtime to give East Stroudsburg University its first-ever NCAA Division II field hockey championship with a 1-0 (OT) win vs. Merrimack on Sunday afternoon at Bloomsburg University.
Middlebury edges Bowdoin for NCAA championship
The Middlebury field hockey team won its second NCAA Championship and its first since 1998 by a 1-0 score over top-ranked Bowdoin on Washington and Lee's Turf Field. The national championship is the 32nd overall for the school since 1994, as the Panthers finish their season with a school-record 20 wins (20-2). Third-ranked Middlebury earned NCAA wins over #5 Franklin & Marshall, #6 William Smith, #2 The College of New Jersey and top-ranked Bowdoin en route to the title.
Victim of targeted Surrey shooting was popular field hockey player
Man in car with victim hospitalized with injuries
By Lora Grindlay
Surinderpal Singh Hehar was remembered on the Facebook page of the Surrey Field Hockey Club.
A popular member of the Surrey Field Hockey Club has been identified as a man shot dead in Surrey early Saturday.
SA Hockey Association Media Release
The South African Hockey Association has with regret received the news that the South African Hockey national teams will not be permitted to compete at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games as per the letter received from SASCOC today.
India, Pakistan favourites to reach Junior Asia Cup semis
By S. Ramaguru
KUANTAN: India and Pakistan should make the semi-finals of the Junior Asia Cup.
Leaders Univ of Birmingham in control
University of Birmingham, current leaders of the Investec Premier Division. Credit: Andy Smith
THE University of Birmingham maintained their two-point lead at the top of the Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division with a 3-1 win away at East Grinstead as the home side missed out on the chance to go top.