Exciting semi finals looming at Ford NHL
Photo: Dave Lintott, BWMedia
The Ford National Hockey League charges on toward the business end of the week with all semi finals matches now locked in.
Self-proclaimed 'battlers' Northland stun North Harbour to make NHL women's final
Northland celebrate their win over North Harbour in the NHL semifinal on Friday. JOHN COWPLAND/PHOTOSPORT
The "battlers" of the National Hockey League women's competition have made it to the decider after a stunning semifinal win.
PHF threatens pullout from World Cup in India over visas, security
Khokar said that he has spoken to Batra about the launch of a Pakistan Hockey League.
The Pakistan Hockey Federation on Friday threatened to pull out of next year’s World Cup in India unless assured of “easy procurement” of visas and “top security” for its players at the event.
11 internationals expected for hockey tourney
By Nabil Tahir
KARACHI: An ensemble of eleven international players from Australia and Argentina are expected in Karachi on October 3 for the Nishan-e-Haider hockey tournament, which will kick off at Abdul Sattar Edhi Hockey Stadium a day later.
Murad wants to return lost glories of hockey
KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that he would support the Pakistan Hockey Federation to restore lost glories if it starts training camps in rural areas of the province.
Monkstown to host EuroHockey Trophy next May
Monkstown’s Sinead Loughran will be a key figure for her club this season. Pic: Adrian Boehm
Monkstown will host the women’s EuroHockey Trophy next May 18-21, 2018 in Rathdown following the release of the venues for the club champions events today.
Edinburgh University to host EuroHockey Club Challenge I (Women) 2018
Reckinger’s Racing make it two from two
Xavier Reckinger’s Royal Racing Club de Bruxelles made it two wins from two on Thursday evening when they ran up a comfortable 5-0 win over Pingouin.
Huge weekend of hockey in Women’s National League 1
Scottish Hockey Women’s Scottish Cup Final – Milne Craig Clydesdale Western v Edinburgh University, photo by Duncan Gray
There is a whiff of competition in the air, and nowhere more obvious than at Peffermill where champions Edinburgh University take on Milne Craig Clydesdale Western who sit in pole position in Women`s National League 1 on goal difference.
Kenya Police coach predicts 'tough' second leg
By BRIAN YONGA
Western Jaguars' Allan Mallit (left) vies or the ball with Vincent Oungo of Kenya Police during their Kenya Hockey Union men's Premier League match at City Park Stadium on May 14, 2017. PHOTO | MARTIN MUKANGU | NATION MEDIA GROUP
Kenya Police coach Kenneth Kaunda has admitted the second leg of this season’s Kenya Hockey Union men’s Premier League will be tough after watching his side labour to a 2-0 win over Parklands on Wednesday.
Pedro fires Dames to Trinity Indoor title
Chad Jose Pedro scored the lone penalty-stroke shoot-out attempt as Notre Dame lifted the T&T Hockey Board Indoor Championship Men’s Trinity Division title after a 3-3 regulation time battle with Shape at the Woodbrook Youth Centre, Hamilton-Holder Street, Woodbrook on Sunday.
Hobart Set For Men’s Masters Hockey Championships
The Australian Men’s Masters Hockey Championships get underway in Hobart on Friday 22 September running through to Saturday 7 October.
Weekend College Games
Each week, USA Field Hockey highlights some of the top college games in Division I, II and III.
11 ranked matchups headline busy weekend of field hockey
Pat Ralph | Excelle Sports
This upcoming weekend in field hockey will feature a top five non-conference matchup that is sure to attract a lot of attention. But as the field hockey world will be fixated on this showdown, most teams are shifting from the non-conference portion of their schedules and jumping into conference play head first. Here are the 11 best field hockey matches to watch this weekend.
Field Hockey Aiming for a Return to the Top
Terriers launch conference play tomorrow as they host Lafayette
By Jonathan Chang. Photos by Jim Pierce
The 2017 BU field hockey team has nine freshmen, nearly half the roster.
When the Boston University field hockey team fell to American 1-0 in last season’s Patriot League championship game, the upset was devastating. Led by the league’s 2017 Offensive Player of the Year Hester van der Laan (ENG’17) and Defensive Player of the Year Ellie Landsman (Questrom’17), the Terriers had dominated the league during the regular season and were coming off two consecutive conference championships and NCAA appearances. As they begin conference play tomorrow, the sting of that loss remains vivid.
Somewhere In Time: a 1905 Vintage Field Hockey Game
EAST GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - Women’s field hockey, popular for many years in Europe, was brought to the United States in 1906, when Constance Applebee came to Massachusetts to attend Harvard University’s summer school (women were not regularly admitted to Harvard until 1975) and introduced the sport to America.
Capital men to face Canterbury in National Hockey League quarterfinals after late win
North Harbour's Daniel Harris, right, with team-mates Joseph Batholomew and Benji Edwards, was a key man as they topped pool A to book a quarterfinal against Northland. MARTY MELVILLE/PHOTOSPORT
Two late goals saw Capital men string together successive victories and book a National Hockey League quarterfinal against Canterbury.
Gemma McCaw goal eases Midlands past Capital, sets up semi v Auckland
Capital's Kelsey Smith and Midlands' Gemma McCaw clash on Thursday. ROBERT KITCHIN/STUFF
Midlands have snuck past Capital to setup a National Hockey League semifinal against Auckland.
Pakistan Hockey Team for Asia Cup Announced
18 member Pakistan's national team for the 10th Hockey Asia Cup scheduled in Dhaka, Bangladesh from October 11-22, has been announced.
New Pakistan hockey coach Farhat Khan eyeing 4th Asia Cup title
Pakistan will go into the tournament as one of the favourites along side world no.6 India and South Korea, who have won the coveted tournament four times.
India is strongest team on paper in Asia Cup: Pak hockey coach
DHAKA: Pakistan hockey coach Farhat Khan on Thursday termed India as the "toughest team on paper" for next month's Asia Cup in Bangladesh. Pakistan have been placed in Pool A alongside India, Japan and hosts Bangladesh.
FIH confirms Indoor Hockey World Cup, Berlin 2018 playing schedule
Fans can now buy tickets for every game at the Indoor Hockey World Cup Photo: FIH/WSP
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has announced the playing schedule for the Indoor Hockey World Cup, Berlin 2018.
Kentwell Solidifies Indoor USWNT Roster to Compete at women’s Indoor Pan American Cup
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - With just 26 days until the starting whistle of the women’s Indoor Pan American Cup (IPAC) in Georgetown, Guyana, U.S. Women’s Indoor National Team Head Coach Jun Kentwell has solidified the 12-athlete traveling roster that will compete at this six-day event starting on October 16, 2017. USA is bringing a blend of experience and youth with some athletes who will earn their first international caps including, Allyson Fuller (Ellicott City, Md.), Sammy Popper (Blue Bell, Pa.), Paityn Wirth (Thompsontown, Pa.) and goalkeeper Sierra Espeland (Fredericksburg, Va.). Returning to the international stage, Ali Campbell (Boyertown, Pa.) will suit up again in the red, white and blue as a member of the Indoor USWNT following her retirement from the senior outdoor squad.
Progress made but second week of EYHL fixtures cancelled due to umpiring impasse
Hockey Ireland’s EYHL working group representative Inez Cooper expressed her frustration that a second weekend of matches has been cancelled.
The EY Hockey League’s scheduled fixtures will not go ahead once again despite significant progress between the Irish Hockey Umpires Association and Hockey Ireland’s EYHL Working Group.
Maryland field hockey wants more scoring production from its forwards
By Scott Gelman
Maryland field hockey defender Bodil Keus stood in front of the cage in the 46th minute of the Terps' 2-1 loss to No. 17 Princeton Tuesday with the Tigers defense behind her.
Australian Maddy Murphy proves to be a valuable player for the Iowa field-hockey team.
By Taylor McNitt
Iowa's Madeleine Murphy lunges for the ball during the Iowa-University of New Hampshire field hockey match on Sunday, 10 September, 2017. Iowa defeated UNH by a final score of 7-1. (David Harmantas/The Daily Iowan)
From the land Down Under comes a player who is rising up top — freshman Maddy Murphy is taking Iowa field-hockey by storm.
Numbers increase in Marist hockey tournament
Marist Hockey Club president Peni Sigabalavu, East Gate family member Reginald Gates, vice-president Paul Frazer and sponsor Gary Barnet during the cheque handover at National Hockey Centre in Suva yesterday. Picture: PRAVIN NARAIN.
TWO of the oldest hockey district teams in Fiji, Ba and Levuka, will compete in the 2017 Geotech Drilling International Services-sponsored 2017 Marist Eastgate Memorial Tournament which will be played later this month.
Vacancy- Hockey Ireland Performance Director
HOCKEY IRELAND PERFORMANCE DIRECTOR - JOB DESCRIPTION AND ROLE DETAILS
Hockey Ireland is seeking to appoint a Performance Director to support the ongoing development of the High Performance Programme.
HI names 37-man core group for junior men's national coaching camp
LUCKNOW: Hockey India (HI) on Monday announced a 37-member core group for the junior men's national coaching camp which will take place at SAI centre till September 17 to prepare for the seventh Sultan of Johor Cup.
FIH launches Rules of Hockey app
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has launched a free ‘Rules of Hockey’ app for iOS and android smartphones.