Pak Juniors win second match of European Tour 4-1
Zeist, Netherlands: After a resounding 6-3 victory in their opening match of the European tour, Pakistan under 21 hockey team had another big win, defeating Schaerweijde 4-1.
Sohail Riaz and Shan Irshad scored off penalty corner rebounds while the other two goals came through field attempts by Bilal Qadir and Dilber.
PHF Media release
UniKL: Giant-killers or bust
By Jugjet Singh
PIC: Arul Selvaraj
UNIVERSITI Kuala Lumpur (UniKL) have a chance to turn giant-killers, provided they upset Malaysia Hockey League (MHL) Premier Division leaders Friday.
Meor tells KLHC mates to be wary of UniKL
by Aftar Singh
KUALA LUMPUR: Meor Mohamad Azuan has been a vital cog in the well-oiled Kuala Lumpur Hockey Club (KLHC) midfield machinery.
ABN AMRO Cup ushers in new Dutch season
Picture: Hannie Verhoeven
The ninth edition of the ABN AMRO Cup heralds the countdown to the new Dutch club season with the premier competition welcoming three new clubs: Qui Vive, Tilburg and Almere.
Dowds and Ward swap places at Banbridge
Picture: Adrian Boehm
EHL Round 1 hosts Banbridge will undergo something of a forward transformation for the new season as star striker Stevie Dowds moves to London but Dane Ward moves the other way to return to the club.
Dragons add youth to their panel
KHC Dragons have confirmed the majority of their line-up for the new Belgian league season as they go in search of a third successive national crown.
Weekend College Games: Season Opener Edition
USA Field Hockey highlights some of the top college games in Division I, II and III each week.
Division II and III games have not officially started yet, so this week we are only highlighting Division I.
Interim UMass field hockey coach Amy Robertson excited for one season leading her alma mater
By MATT VAUTOUR
Interim UMass field hockey coach Amy Robertson, shown here coaching Indiana in 2013, will lead the Minutewomen for the first time Friday. Courtesy Indiana University
AMHERST — There are dorms covering the field where Amy Robertson last made a tangible contribution to UMass field hockey.
Few Black Sticks will play in this year's National Hockey League
Charlotte Harrison won't play for Auckland in this year's national league. John Cowpland / www.photosport.nz
Don't expect to see a bunch of Black Sticks players running around when the National Hockey League gets underway in Auckland tomorrow.
Hawke’s Bay help Black Sticks stay top of game
Photo: David Aliaga
Hawke’s Bay is delighted to be the Principal Partner of the Black Sticks Men and Women and to offer support to the teams as they strive to be the best they can be and represent New Zealand on the world stage.
Our results satisfactory if not ideal: Oltmans
His wards might have failed to break the medal jinx at the just-concluded Rio Olympics but Indian men’s hockey team coach Roelant Oltmans says their results in the quadrennial extravaganza were satisfactory if not ideal.
We are disappointed, says Sreejesh
ON DEFENCE MODE: The Indian coach Roelant Oltmans (left) and captain P.R. Sreejesh feel that the results don’t accurately display the performance of the team at the Olympics.
The Indian hockey teams may not have achieved results up to expectations but their performances at the Rio Olympics were not as disheartening as an eighth-place finish may indicate.
Team GB's victorious hockey stars: 'Our mantra was simple: Create history and inspire the future'
Left to right: Great Britain hockey players Hollie Webb, Alex Danson and Sophie Bray Credit: Andrew Crowley
Three British hockey champions - Hollie Webb, Alex Danson and Sophie Bray - tell Harry Yorke the inside story of how they won the gold medal that captivated the nation
Olympians to try out hockey for I Am Team GB in Glasgow
I Am Team GB will see medal winning Olympians come along to the National Hockey Centre in Glasgow on Saturday to give hockey a try.
Coaches 4 Europe kick off Breda weekend!
The EHF’s biggest Educational event of the year is finally here! This weekend in Push Hockey Club, EHF will have coaches, officials and umpires helping and learning at the Push Hockey Trophy, which brings youth teams from the Netherlands and Belgium for a weekend of competition. The Officials and Umpires (who will umpire the whole tournament) will kick off today, but the coaches got an early start, arriving yesterday, August 25th.
Terengganu out for revenge against KLHC
by Aftar Singh
KUALA LUMPUR: Double champions Terengganu will be out for revenge against Kuala Lumpur Hockey Club (KLHC) in the quarter-finals of the Tan Sri P. Alagendra Knockout tournament.
Great Britain up to second in world rankings
Great Britain's women
Yesterday Great Britain’s Olympic teams returned home from their exploits in Rio. Whilst they were in the air, the International Hockey Federation (FIH) were busy calculating the latest world rankings.
Rio Indians performance rated
The author is seen second from left in the front row.
Its not easy to observe each and every player in such a high voltage tournament as Olympics day in and day out, then come out with perspective and objective analysis of the event and also each one of the team members, and allot performance rating in numbers without favour or bias. This is the job this lovely hockey buff Pinder Singh Sagoo has undertaken to put our understanding of Rio fiasco in a proper way. It was a job he chose to do out of his passion for Indian hockey, typed whole on a mobile before whattapping to us. We s2h bow to his work ethics and love of Indian hockey. Sagoo and his London group was there in Rio for the entire duration.
Players feel they have missed a chance, says Roelant Oltmans
Indian men's hockey team's journey at the Olympics was about lots of promise and a below-par eighth finish. Looking back at the campaign as well as the future, head coach Roelant Oltmans tells Rutvick Mehta what the country needs to do to grow like Belgium and Argentina did.
For College Athlete-Turned Transplant Patient, Life’s Still a Ball
Co-written by Teryn Brill, USA Field Hockey Senior Communications and Marketing Coordinator and Dana Farber
All summer, Dana Mendes woke up before the sun to get in the first of her two workouts of her college-conditioning packet. She always gave 100 percent and pushed herself endlessly to make sure she did what she had to do to be preseason ready.
World's top officials ready for hockey's Rio 2016 finale
Hockey's officials in Rio are ready for the grand finale Photo: FIH/Getty
With the Rio 2016 Olympic Games hockey events coming to a conclusion tomorrow, two of the world's top female umpires Rio 2016 is Fanneke Alkemade’s first Olympics and it is one that the focused Dutch woman is enjoying immensely.
UniKL defender Najmi is fine with double duty
by Aftar Singh
File photo shows Universiti Kuala Lumpur (UniKL) skipper and defender Muhd Najmi Farizal Jazlan in action.
KUALA LUMPUR: Muhd Najmi Farizal Jazlan is ready to shoulder double duty for Universiti Kuala Lumpur (UniKL) in the Premier Division of the Malaysia Hockey League (MHL).