Taking time to chill-out
Sean Cicchi (USA), Rohan Chopra and Jamie Wallace (Canada), Jordan Viera and Jordan Reynos (Trinidad & Tobago)
Sean Cicchi, USA. Photo: Yan Huckendubler
We’ve heard a lot about the hard work, the hours of training and the sacrifices that athletes make in pursuit of their sporting dreams, but it is not all work and no play. Crucial for recovery, vital for their sanity and essential among any team, rest and recovery (R&R) and time away from the hockey field is another important factor in the lives of these young athletes.
Police setting their sights on Razak Cup final
By Aftar Singh
Police’s Mohd Fitri Abd Manan (right) in action against and Pahang’s Muhammad Haziq Fawwaz during the Razak Cup. M. AZHAR ARIF / The Star
KUALA LUMPUR: Police have already achieved their target of qualifying for the semi-finals of the Razak Cup hockey tournament.
Malaysian Women's hockey team in trouble with no keepers
By Aftar Singh
KUALA LUMPUR: National women’s hockey coach K. Dharmaraj has lost the services of two experienced goalkeepers – Farah Ayuni Yahya and Mas Huzaimah Mohd Aziz.
Hammad steers Sindh to win in National U-18 Hockey
islamabad - Hammad Rizwan hammered hat-trick to steer Sindh Colours to thrashing 7-0 triumph over Balochistan Whites in the 1st National U-18 Hockey Championship match played here at Naseer Bunda International Hockey Stadium on Thursday.
NZ Junior World Cup squads announced
Following the National Under 21 Tournament in Dunedin, squads have been selected in preparation for this year’s Junior World Cups in Chile (Women) and India (Men).
Cal Cup provides international showcase of field hockey
By Bob Buttitta
As a member of the Royal Australian Air Force, Warwick Smith has spent a good portion of his adult life serving his country, including two deployments to the Middle East.
Hockey Northland fundraiser in support of region's Rio Olympian prospects gallery
Brya Page, Sue Shepherd and Mark Neal show off a ticket for the Rio Olympic fundraising event. Neal's company printing.com has produced all promotional material for the fundraiser.
Hockey Northland is proud to have four of its young stars selected in the 2016 Olympic hockey squads.
Hockey’s quadruple threat
Fit, fab, fun, for life
By Lawrence West
Move over soccer - we've got a new world game and it's a classic Olympic sport.
Argentina, USA, Canada and Chile to move on to Semi-Finals
The quarter-final matches kicked off with the number one seat from Pool A; Argentina, playing number four of Pool B; Guyana for the chance to move on to the semi-final round. The first half was played nearly exclusively in the Guyanese defensive end allowing Argentina to creatively construct six goals in the first half.
Canada advances to Junior Pan Am semifinal with win over Trinidad and Tobago
Canada’s Johnny Gill, Brandon Pereira, and Satbir Brar celebrate in Canada’s 3-2 win over Trinidad and Tobago on May 25 at the 2016 Junior Men’s Pan American Championship in Toronto (Photo: Yan Huckendubler)
Canada’s Under-21 Men’s National Team is one win away from Junior World Cup qualification after a 3-2 quarterfinal win over Trinidad and Tobago Wednesday at the Junior Men’s Pan American Championship in Toronto.
Resiliency Shown as U-21 USMNT Defeats Mexico to Advance to the Jr. Pan Am Semifinals
Photo courtesy of PAHF
TORONTO, Canada - May 25, 2016 - The U.S. U-21 Men's National Team found form when it counted as they recorded a fantastic come-from-behind victory against Mexico in the Junior Men's Pan American Championship quarterfinals to book themselves a place in the semifinals.
Police survive Red Card
By Jugjet Singh
NEWLY promoted Police saw red, but still managed to hold Razak Cup defending champion Malacca to a 2-2 draw in a highly tensed Division One Group A match at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil Wednesday.
RAZAK CUP: ‘Vulgar’ Police escape with draw after ANOTHER red card
NO WAY THROUGH: Players challenging for the ball during the match. Ten-man Police held on for a 2-2 draw against reigning champions Malacca. (PIX CREDIT: MALAYSIAN HOCKEY CONFEDERATION)
THEY are supposed to be models of discipline but Police have been anything but at the ongoing Razak Cup.
Police forward Azreen to miss Razak Cup semis after seeing red
By Aftar Singh
KUALA LUMPUR: Police forward Azreen Rizal Nasir must be kicking himself for getting sent off in the Razak Cup Group A match against defending champions Malacca.
Punjab humble Islamabad in National U-18 Hockey
ISLAMABAD - Punjab Blues humbled Islamabad 7-0 in the 1st National U-18 Hockey Championship fourth match played here at Naseer Bunda International Hockey Stadium on Wednesday.
146 Teams to Compete at the 45th California Cup International Field Hockey Tournament on Memorial Day Weekend
By Jawwad Qamar
The 2016 California Cup International Hockey Tournament begins on Thursday afternoon with the start of competition in the super divisions at Moorpark College where both men and women will be competing for the winner take all $7,500 prize.
Chasing The Dream with USWNT Athlete Jill Witmer
Maybe her patience on the pitch is from the accumulation of moments over the last 25 years of waiting behind horse and buggies.
Peillat a huge addition to Mannheimer's line-up
Fresh from EHL qualification, Mannheimer HC have announced the big addition to their panel for the 2016/17 season of Argentina’s sharp-shooter Gonzalo Peillat.
Varsity hockey champs switch focus
By Coetzee Gouws
After securing their second successive Varsity Hockey title on Monday, the University of Johannesburg will immediately switch their focus to other objectives when they return to the Southern Gauteng premier league this week.
Keeping the ball rolling: bigger and better Hockey Superleague back in 2016
THE Orange New South Wales Men’s Hockey Association John Davis Motors Hockey Superleague is back and with the kinks from last year’s inaugural tournament ironed out Scott Baker, the brains behind the concept, is confident this year’s edition will be bigger and better.
SA Hockey announces Grays as its new technical apparel sponsor
The South African Hockey Association (SAHA) has officially unveiled Grays as its exclusive technical apparel partner for the next five years.