Hockey World League action gets underway in Salamanca
Men's and women's teams compete for automatic qualification for HWL R2
It’s Hockey World League (HWL) Round One time in Salamanca, Mexico, as four men’s teams and three women’s teams from across the Pan American region take to the pitch and resume old continental rivalries.
PHL is the future of SA hockey
by Ken Borland
The Milo Maropeng Cavemen, who mixed a core of the triumphant Southern Gauteng interprovincial team with bright talents from elsewhere in the country, claimed the inaugural Premier Hockey League title at the weekend in what captain Rassie Pieterse said was a sign of the future direction South African hockey needs to take.
England Hockey League leaders remain unbeaten
By Mike Haymonds
MARK Gleghorne scored a hat-trick in Beeston’s 3-2 win over Brooklands Manchester University which kept his side in third place in the Premier Division as all the top teams earned victories on the second day of the season.
Jackson returns to East Grinstead from Holcombe
English Olympian Ashley Jackson will return “home” to East Grinstead from Holcombe this week following a year with the Kent club but he never fully settled in the new environment.
Bees buzzing after Friday Night Lights
Beestons Esme Burge celebrates scoring the first goal Credit David Kissman
Beeston ran out 4-0 winners over Belper in the Investec Women’s North Conference in front of a bumper crowd under the lights at the Nottingham Hockey Centre this past Friday night.
Newcomers Amira oust Orange from league lead
By Elizabeth Mburugu
KENYA HOCKEY UNION LADIES PREMIER LEAGUE Amira Sailors' Jedida Zawadi and Grace Wangari, left, of Kenyatta University during Kenya Hockey Union Premier Women's League at City Park on Saturday, July 23, 2016. [PHOTO: JONAH ONYANGO/STANDARD]
New kids on the block Amira Sailors leaped to the summit of the Kenya Hockey Union women’s league table following their 5-0 victory over Daystar University.
Field Hockey Freshman Bente van Vlijmen Nets Three of Five Weekend Scores
By Sophia C. DiCara
Freshman forward Bente van Vlijmen had a stellar weekend for the field hockey squad, scoring three of Harvard’s five goals to lead the group over Yale by a 2-0 score and No. 19 Maine by a 3-1 count.
Maryland field hockey overcame a slow start at Iowa but didn’t recover two days later
By James Crabtree-Hannigan
After No. 6 Maryland field hockey's 4-2 win at No. 15 Iowa on Friday, coach Missy Meharg was happy with the result but didn't feel her team played its best.
Reviving hockey: PHF promises jobs to the jobless
By Nabil Tahir
KARACHI: In a massive step that was long overdue and would go a long way in reviving hockey in the country, Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) has asked unemployed players to contact them so that they could be accommodated with jobs in different departments.
Kampong JC1 win Dutch ABN AMRO Junior EHL qualifier
Kampong’s Under-14 “JC1” team kept alive the club’s hopes of retaining the ABN AMBRO Junior EHL as they won the Dutch qualifying rounds at Almere on Sunday.
Scottish U16 and U18 Boys Inter Districts
Glasgow National Hockey Centre played host to the U16/U18 Boys Inter Districts, the first event in the Youth Calendar for season 2016-2017.
Massey University preferred site for new hockey turf
Palmerston North is to get a new hockey turf. Warwick Smith
A new internationally recognised hockey turf looks set to be built at Massey University, New Zealand, which is committing $1 million to the project.
With an overwhelming Oman win, India is all set to take on Pakistan in the Dhaka semifinals.
Shrugging off its sluggish start, Nilam Xess’ Indian team came in force to outplay Oman for a heartwarming 11-0 win today to set up semifinal clash against Pakistan in the Dhaka Sub-Junior Asia Cup.
India thrash Oman 11-0 in U-18 Asia Cup hockey
DHAKA: India registered a thumping 11-0 victory over Oman in the U-18 Asia Cup hockey, boosting their chances to make the knockout round on Sunday.
Pakistan Colts clobber another opponent
By Nabil Tahir
KARACHI: Two goals each by Amjad Ali and Afraz powered Pakistan U18 hockey team to a 6-0 win over China in their second Pool B fixture of the Boys Under-18 Asia Cup at Maulana Bhashani Hockey Stadium in Dhaka, Bangladesh yesterday.
T&T Stickwomen off to World League qualifiers
Trinidad and Tobago's senior women’s hockey team left here yesterday for Salamanca, Mexico, where they will compete in the FIH World League Round One qualifiers from Thursday to Sunday.
Terengganu HT nail treble double
By Jugjet Singh
TERENGGANU Hockey Team claimed their treble double when they beat Sapura 3-0 in the TNB Cup final at the Tun Razak Stadium Sunday.
Terengganu complete third double with Sapura rout
by S. Ramaguru
KUALA LUMUR: Terengganu won their third straight double when they routed Sapura 3-0 in the final of the TNB Cup at the Tun Razak Stadium.
Harvinder to replace injured Marhan for Malaysia
by S. Ramaguru
KUALA LUMPUR: Kuala Lumpur Hockey Club’s Harvinder Singh will replace injured Mohamed Marhan Mohamed Jalil in the men’s national team for the Australia Hockey League (AHL) which starts in Perth on Thursday.
Cavemen and Bunters first champions of the hockey revolution
Hendy Seerane in hot pursuit of Rusten Abrahams
IN the end consistency triumphed over sporadic form when it came to deciding the men and women’s champions of the inaugural South African Premier Hockey League (PHL), with the Maropeng Cavemen and Blyde River Bunters emerging with those titles respectively last night.
Holcombe make it two from two
England and GB Keeper, George Pinner in action for Holcombe
Holcombe continued their fine start to the English Premier Division campaign with a second successive win, this time beating Reading 3-0 with goals from Sam Ward, Rob Field and Nick Bandurak.
Saint Germain is “my home, my club, my family”
Saint Germain’s Hugo Genestet says he is loving being back at the Parisian club after a highly successful spell with KHC Leuven, linking up with his brothers Martin and Tom.
Women's EY Hockey League Round Up
Anna O’Flanagan’s incredible nine-goal haul served notice of both hers and Hermes-Monkstown’s intent as the new entity swept aside Belfast Harlequins and Ards on the opening weekend of the EY Hockey League.
Men's EY Hockey League Round Up
The leading lights of last season, Lisnagarvey and Monkstown, were the the two sides to emerge from the opening men’s EY Hockey League season with six points, suggesting they will once again be the teams to beat.
Warriors unleash terror on Bay Club at City Park
By Elizabeth Mburugu
Hockey- Parklands vs Butali Sugar. Butali warriors celebrate after scoring against Parklands when they played premier league at City Park. Butali scored 4-1. ON 05/09/15 PHOTO: JENIPHER WACHIE
Champions Butali Sugar Warriors whitewashed league returnees Bay Club 9-0 in a Kenya Hockey Union men’s premier league match played yesterday at City Park Stadium.
Ventures rule at Marist hockey tournament
VENTURES won the 2016 Geotech Drilling International Marist Eastgate Memorial Tournament in the men's and women's competition which was held at the National Hockey Centre in Suva in Fiji yesterday.
No. 5 North Carolina caps off huge weekend with win over No. 2 Duke
North Carolina Athletics
North Carolina's 3-2 win over No. 2 Duke capped off a weekend with wins over the top two teams.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – Tar Heel sophomore Eva van’t Hoogscored twice in just over three minutes, tying the score then giving UNC the lead for good in a 3-2 field hockey win over No. 2 Duke on Sunday afternoon at Francis E. Henry Stadium.
Penn field hockey wins Ivy League opener, loses to No. 1 Syracuse
Loss to Syracuse was the Quakers' second of the year against a No. 1-ranked opponent
By David Figurelli
Junior attack Rachel Huang helped the Quakers get off to a positive start in Ivy play, scoring the lone goal in the game against Cornell this past weekend.
Photo by Ananya Chandra
Penn field hockey took a trip to the Empire State this past weekend to take on Ivy rival Cornell and No. 1 Syracuse in what was one of the toughest weekends on their schedule. They came back with some good news and some not so good news.
Domestic hockey rivalry ignites over Shield controversy
Canterbury's Olivia Merry scores. North Harbour v Canterbury Women. Photo / Photosport
The rivalry between Canterbury and Midlands hockey is alive and well after controversy around the Ramesh Patel Shield.
PHF beats drum on Oman success as World Cup looms
The officials of the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) are beating the drum on the success against low-rated Oman in the four-match junior under-18 series as if they had win the junior World Cup.
Jasmer Singh – Kenya’s Multi Talented Sportsman (1930 – 2016)
by Dil Bahra
Kenya's sport has lost one of its most well known and longest serving sports personalities with the passing of Jasmer Singh Grewal on Wednesday.
High Performance Director role
Recruitment campaign launched for new HPD
Hockey Australia has commenced the search for its new High Performance Director.