Fiji women's beaten in Oceania hockey final
Fiji's Tiara Dutta and Japan's Kyoka Sasaki in action during the final of 2017 Oceania Challenge Cup at the National Hockey Centre yesterday. Picture: JONA KONATACI
FIJI President XI women's hockey team was beaten 3-0 by Japan under-18 in the final of the 2017 Oceania Challenge Cup yesterday.
National Hockey Championships: Gilgit-Baltistan, Police & SNGPL Victorious on Opening Day
64th National Hockey Championships were inaugurated at Sukkur by Syed Khurshid Shah, leader of the Opposition at the National Assembly.
Wimbledon and Team Bath make great start to Jaffa Super 6s
Wimbledon and Team Bath Buccaneers both kicked off their Jaffa Super 6s campaign with back-to-back wins on day one of the Men’s Premier Division at Bromsgrove School.
Gordon's goals help East Grinstead top the table
Ruth Gordon and Bara Kavanova both scored three goals for East Grinstead to help them top the early Premier Division table on day one of the Jaffa Women’s Super 6s Championship at the Phoenix Sport and Leisure Centre in Telford.
Grove Menzieshill maintain perfect record in men’s Indoor National League 1
Perak down Sabah in national Under-14 final
By Aftar Singh
KUALA LUMPUR: Perak exacted sweet revenge over Sabah to lift their second boys’ title at the National Under-14 Championships.
Meet the men's nominations for the Rising Star of the Year
The five shortlisted players for the International Hockey Federation (FIH) Rising Star of the Year award have all made a huge impact within a short space of time. These are the players who have burst onto the global hockey stage and look destined to shine as supreme athletes on the pitch and inspirational role models off it. The nominated players are in alphabetical order by surname.
2018 National Senior Men’s Squad Confirmed
Hockey Australia today announces the 27-member 2018 National Senior Men’s Squad ahead of a big year for the newly crowned world number one Kookaburras.
National Hockey Championships kick off in Sukkur on Saturday
Pakistan hockey's premier domestic event, the National Championships start in Sukkur from Saturday.
Top four tussles lay stage for a Christmas cracker in men’s EYHL
Shane O’Donoghue on the attack against Lisnagarvey’s Ryan Getty. Pic: Sinead Hingston
A Christmas special in the men’s EY Hockey League sees the top four meet each other with the chance for something of a shake-up when Glenanne host Pembroke and Lisnagarvey play Three Rock Rovers.
Railway and Pegasus dice for position in playoff chase
Final phase of indoor before Christmas break
4 February 2017 at Bells Sports Centre, Perth. Men National 1 Grand Final Grove Menzieshill v Inverleith – photo by Duncan Gray
As the Indoor National League 1 campaigns enter their final phase before the festive interlude, it will be interesting to see if the Tayside dual spearhead survives this weekend`s confrontations. Certainly Grove Menzieshill seem to be motoring well in the men`s league, and while Dundee Wanderers top the women`s table the chasing pack are only a point adrift.
Perak to take on Sabah in U-14 showdown
By Aftar Singh
It’s mine: Perak’s Muhd Syafiqal Izran (right) shielding the ball away from KL’s Nazhan Iskandar Fadzil during their National Under-14 Hockey Championships match the National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil. Perak won 2-1.
KUALA LUMPUR: Perak will face Sabah in the boys’ final of the National Under-14 Hockey Championships.
Meet the women's nominations for the Rising Star of the Year
The five shortlisted players for the International Hockey Federation (FIH) Rising Star of the Year award have made a huge impact in the past two or three years. While they might all be relatively new recruits to their respective national squads, all our nominees have proven themselves as important and integral members of their teams. From the steady hands in defence, the creative midfielders to the dynamic strikers, all our nominees are inspirational athletes on and off the field of play. The athletes are listed in alphabetical order.
Australia under-18 rep Haley Crowhurst in control against Fiji U18 at the National Hockey Centre in Suva yesterday. Picture: JONA KONATACI
THE Fiji Invitational and President's sides conceded heavy defeats at the Oceania Hockey Challenge Cup in Suva yesterday.
Job Opportunity – Head Coach, Women’s National Team (Interim)
Feature Photo: Yan Huckendubler (PAHF)
Working in collaboration with a variety of partners, Field Hockey Canada is the national sport governing body responsible for the development, growth and promotion of field hockey in Canada. Among its responsibilities, Field Hockey Canada selects, prepares and promotes Canada’s teams for international competitions including FIH World League, Continental Championships, World Championships, and major multi-sport games (e.g. Olympic Games and Commonwealth Games).
Curtain comes down on a glittering umpiring career
A tribute to John Wright by Steve Jaspan
John Wright (left) and Paco Vazquez on the occasion of John's 200th International and Paco's 100th.
Several things struck me when John Wright announced his retirement as an international hockey umpire a few months back.
Field hockey loses seniors but freshmen assure promising future
By Greg Levinsky
Senior Grace Boston is one of the many Terriers that will graduate this year. PHOTO BY JUSTIN HAWK/ DFP FILE PHOTO
With nine freshman on the roster, it seemed unlikely that head coach Sally Starr and the Boston University field hockey team would go further in postseason play than they did last season.
FIH launches Rules of Hockey app
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has launched a free ‘Rules of Hockey’ app for iOS and android smartphones.