Invincible Surbiton edge out Clifton in dramatic final
Surbiton celebrate the Investec Women's Cup
Goals from Jenna Woolven, Abi Robinson and Rebecca Herbert were enough to give Surbiton the Investec Women’s Cup, ensuring in the process they remained undefeated over the whole season. Clifton ran them close and levelled the scores with goals from Aileen Davis and Harriet Pearce but Herbert’s late struck settled matters in Surbiton’s favour.
Investec Women's Knockout Finals: Round Up
Investec Women's Knockout Finals weekend got underway today with no fewer than five trophies up for grabs.
PHF retains Mohammad Imran as captain, inducts Faisal, Rizwan
LAHORE: The Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) while announcing the 18-member squad on Saturday for the upcoming four-nation tournament scheduled to be held in Hobart, Australia from May 2 to 10 retained Mohammad Imran as captain in addition to inducting Faisal Qadir and Rizwan Ali into the national team.
Returning Kate Richardson-Walsh has united backing as Great Britain women's hockey captain
Women's national captain since 2003, Kate Richardson-Walsh is aiming for Olympic qualification this summer, starting with one-off Test against Japan at Olympic Park
By Rod Gilmour
Back in the groove: GB and England captain Kate Richardson-Walsh Photo: ADY KERRY
Twelve months ago, Great Britain women were looking to life beyond Kate Richardson-Walsh, their captain since 2003. They will now aim to reach Rio 2016 with her services, despite admitting to Telegraph Sport last May that she was "certain I will retire this year."
Nairobi Simba exert sweet Vaisakhi revenge on GRA
By BRIAN YONGA
Old horse of Kenyan hockey Inderjit Matharu (right) of Sikh Union Nairobi, shows he has still got it, as he glides past Lawrence Nartcy of Ghana Revenue Authority during their Vaisakhi men’s semi-final match on April 25, 2015 at City Park Stadium. Simba won 3-2. PHOTO | MARTIN MUKANGU
Nairobi Simba beat visiting Ghana Revenue Authority 3-2 at City Park Stadium to book their place in the final of the 2015 Vaisakhi Hockey tournament in a semi final match played at City Park Stadium on Saturday.
SIMBA ROAR: Kenyan side edge Ghana Revenue Authority to book a finals slot
By Elizabeth Mburugu
Ghana Revenue Authority Customs goal Keeper Emmanuel Arorful blocks the ball as Sikh Union Nairobi player Victor Sowah strugles to score when they played Vaisakhi International Tournament at City Park. Sikh won 3-2. ON 25/04/15 PHOTO: JENIPHER WACHIE
Nairobi Simba sealed their place in the finals of the 2015 Vaisakhi Hockey tournament after a hard fought 3-2 win over Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) in a semi final match played at City Park Stadium yesterday.
WP win tough Men’s U21 IPT final against Northern Blues
JONATHAN COOK at the AB Jackson
Victorious SA U21 men's IPT champs Western Province in celebratory mood. Photo: SEAN BURKE
They were given little chance, if any, but Northern Blues came out swinging and caught out-and-out favourites Western Province with some heavy body blows before the defending champs regrouped and ultimately prevailed in the Greenfields SA U21 Men’s Interprovincial Tournament final at AB Jackson Greenfields Turf Saturday.
Northern Blues beat Free State in SA U21 Women’s IPT final
Northern Blues won the SA U21 Women’s IPT in Bloemfontein Saturday when they beat Free State 1-0 in the final.
Indian hockey needs to prioritise goal-keeping: Sreejesh
Sreejesh called for more training and exposure to ensure that Indian goal-keepers are the best in the world. (Getty Images)
Known as one of the best hockey goal-keepers in the world, Sreejesh Ravindran has come up the ranks like a mountaineer trying to seize the summit of a mountain. The young goal-keeper has often come to the rescue of the Indian team and was behind the team's success in the Commonwealth Games as well as the Champions Trophy.
SAI Centre to get blue and green turfs
BENGALURU: The Sports Authority of India, South Centre, will soon have two artificial surfaces for hockey -one green and another blue.
FIH and PAHF Presidents visit Paraguay
Dra Monica Seifart de Martinez (Directora de Gabinete Secretaria Nacional de Deporte), Leandro Negre (FIH President). Asociación Paraguaya de Hockey
Both, the President of the FIH Leandro Negre and the President of the PAHF Alberto Coco Budeisky visited Paraguay from February 16th to 18th of this year. The objective of their visit was to give the development of Hockey in Paraguay a boost. With this objective in mind they joined the President of APH Norma Fernández de Caballero as well as Vice-President Patricia Niella for meetings with national authorities involved in the subject matter. These included the Minister of Sport Victor Manuel Pecci and Vice-Minister Mónica Seifart as well as members of the Paraguayan Olympic Committee Camilo Pérez Lopez Moreira (President), Ramón González Daher and Roberto Escobar (Vice-Presidents) and Juan Carlos Orihuela (Secretary).