India women beat Belgium junior men's team 4-3
ANTWERP (Belgium): The Indian women's hockey team ended their Europe Tour on a high after getting the better of the Belgium junior men's team 4-3 in a thrilling encounter.
Hockeyroos’ Oceania Cup Team Named, Captain Appointed
Hockey Australia today announces the 18-member Hockeyroos team for the Oceania Cup to be played at Sydney Olympic Park Hockey Centre from 11-15 October.
Smith Appointed New Hockeyroos Captain
Hockey Australia today announces Emily Smith has been appointed as the new permanent Hockeyroos captain.
Support for changed NHL format
Auckland's Mark Bell-Kane dribbles the ball pursued by Canterbury's Bradley Shaw in their Challenge Cup clash yesterday. Photo / Photosport
The format has changed at this week's national hockey league, and Auckland captain Arun Panchia is enjoying the adjustment.
GTB Gold Cup: Indian Oil and South Central Railway enter finals
Mumbai: Indian Oil, Mumbai and South Central Railway (SCR), Secundrabad registered contrasting wins to set up a title clash in the 13th PMC Bank-Guru Tegh Bahadur Gold Cup All India Hockey Tournament.
SCR, IOC in Tegh Bahadur hockey final
Early advantage:IOC forward Sukhjeet Singh (centre) strikes in the semifinal against Punjab Police.Special Arrangement
Indian Oil Corporation outscored Punjab Police 4-1 to confirm a place in Tuesday’s clash for the title in the 13th PCM Guru Tegh Bahadur Gold Cup all-India hockey tournament. In the other semifinal, South Central Railway (SCR) quelled a spirited challenge from Army XI 3-2 at the MHAL-Mahindra stadium, Churchgate.
Weston off to winning start in Leinster Division One
Weston won in Kilkenny for the second year running to take up the lead of the embryonic men’s Leinster Division One table for the guts of ten days.
Mossley making their mark in Ulster Shield
Mossley captain Louise Creighton. Picture: Philip McCloy
Newly-promoted Mossley Ladies are closing in on a place in the semi-finals of the Denman Ulster Shield after securing promotion to the top-flight for the first time last season.
Telkom’s clean, 11-match sheet
By BRIAN YONGA
Flavian Mutiva (left) of Telkom Kenya in control under pressure from Maureen Kamau of Vikings during their Kenya Hockey Union Women’s Premier League match at City Park Hockey Stadium on September 16, 2017. Telkom won 6-0. PHOTO | MARTIN MUKANGU | NATION MEDIA GROUP
Can anyone stop Telkom from marching to an unprecedented 20th Kenyan league crown?
Maryland field hockey’s Kyler Greenwalt, Lein Holsboer earn Big Ten honors
By Scott Gelman
Both Maryland field hockey midfielders who scored in Sunday's 4-1 win against Bucknell earned Big Ten conference honors Monday.
Kyler Greenwalt was a Maryland field hockey ball girl. Now she’s a standout freshman.
By Scott Gelman
Maryland field hockey midfielder Kyler Greenwalt brings the ball up the field during the Terps' 2-1 win over Saint Joseph's on Aug. 27, 2017, at the Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex. (Photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics)
Nearing goal, Kyler Greenwalt battled.
With two defenders and the goalkeeper in front of her during the Maryland field hockey team's 4-1 win against Bucknell on Sunday, the freshman midfielder tried to tuck the ball into the unguarded net while ensuring her stick didn't touch the others vying for possession. Four Terps surrounded and watched.
Field hockey falls to Indiana
by Jack Williams
Ball State field hockey players celebrate after senior midfielder Carley Shannon scored a goal in the first half of the Cardinals' game against Ohio on Aug. 27 at Briner Sports Complex. Ball State scored two goals in the first half. Patrick Murphy // DN Patrick Murphy
After defeating Saint Francis on Friday 2-0, the Ball State field hockey team fell to the Indiana Hoosiers 2-1 on Sunday afternoon.
Training Squads Selected for Women's 2018 FIH Masters World Cup
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – After multiple tryouts across the United States during which more than 200 women participated, the U. S. Women’s Masters Committee is pleased to announce the training squads for the FIH Masters World Cup to be held July 27 to August 5, 2018 in Terrassa, Spain. With the increased interest in Masters Hockey, the U.S. Women's Masters Committee has selected five squads in the following age groups, O-35, O-40, O-45, O-50 and O-55. This is an increase from two teams representing the U.S. Women's Masters Team at the last two World Cups in The Netherlands (2014) and Australia (2016). Travel teams for each squad will be announced in early 2018.
World XI visit will help hockey, says federation secretary
By Nabil Tahir
LAHORE: World XI’s visit to Pakistan for the Independence Day Cup went a long way in ensuring that the country takes a huge step in returning international cricket to its soil, but other sports can also use it to their advantage.
Strengthened Racing make it two wins from two
©: Christopher Bellenger
Racing Club de France continued their strong start to their French title defence with a second win of the campaign, beating Stade Francais 5-1 in their derby date.
Rühr hat trick gives Rot-Weiss big win over reigning German champions
Slattery Scores Double In Grand Final
Hockeyroos forward Kathryn Slattery scored two goals to lead Wesley South Perth to the WA Women’s Premier League premiership with a 2-1 win over Victoria Park Xavier on Saturday.
The goals keep coming in National League 1
Photo by Duncan Gray
Bromac Kelburne continued the quest for their 14th consecutive Scottish men’s National League 1 title with a 6-3 victory over Clydesdale at Titwood. There were hat-tricks for Johnny Christie from open play and also Josh Cairns from set pieces. Clydesdale`s replies came from Chris McFadden with two and Struan Walker.
Scottish Cup gets off to a roaring start
A shoot out to decide in the Scottish Cup tie between Western Wildcats and MC Clydesdale Western – photo by Duncan Gray
The game of the day in the first round of the women`s Scottish Cup saw Wildcats progress to the next stage after seeing off Milne Craig Clydesdale Western in a dramatic fashion at Auchenhowie.
KU Vultures upset Greensharks
By BRIAN YONGA
Kenya Police's Fredrick Okoth (left) vies for the ball with and Frank Okumu of Greensharks during their Kenya Hockey Union Premier League match at City Park Stadium on May 1, 2016. PHOTO | MARTIN MUKANGU | NATION MEDIA GROUP
Kenyatta University (KU) Vultures on Sunday upset third-placed Greensharks 2-1 in a Kenya Hockey Union’s men’s Premier League match at the City Park Stadium, Nairobi.
Former Kenya Hockey Union men’s Premier League champions Nairobi Sikh Union corner Nakuru
Former champions seek to reclaim league title.
By Elizabeth Mburugu
Sikh Union Allan Inigu let go the ball to Butali Frank Wanagwe when they played Men Premier at City Park. ON 14/05/2017 PHOTO: JENIPHER WACHIE
Former Kenya Hockey Union men’s Premier League champions Nairobi Sikh Union yesterday continued with their impressive form, thrashing visitors Nakuru HC 4-0 at City Park in Nairobi.
Maryland field hockey beats Bucknell, 4-1, for its fourth straight win
By Scott Gelman
The Terps celebrate after scoring a goal during their game against Bucknell on Sep. 17 at the Field Hockey and Lacrosse Complex. (Matt Regan/The Diamondback)
During halftime of the Maryland field hockey team's 4-1 win against Bucknell on Sunday, head coach Missy Meharg urged the No. 9 Terps to consider the theme of the last few weeks before taking shots. Maryland's roster boasts six freshman, so the coaching staff urged the team to prioritize making connections.
No. 2 Penn State field hockey suffers first loss of the season to Delaware
Gini Bramley (28) takes control of the ball during the game against Iowa at the Field Hockey Complex on Friday, Sept 15, 2017. The Nittany Lions defeated the Hawkeyes 3-0. Aabha Vora
Accustomed to winning games with suffocating defense and timely scoring, No. 2 Penn State found itself on the opposite end of the spectrum on Sunday.
No. 6 Blue Hens beat No. 2 Penn State in field hockey
In a showdown between two of the best collegiate field hockey teams in the country, No. 6 Delaware blanked No. 2 Penn State, 2-0, on Sunday afternoon.
No. 7 UNC field hockey shuts out James Madison, 3-0
The No. 7 UNC field hockey team dominated the first half in its 3-0 win over No. 13 James Madison. It was the team's second consecutive "home" game at Jack Katz Stadium in Durham.
Vacancy- Hockey Ireland Performance Director
HOCKEY IRELAND PERFORMANCE DIRECTOR - JOB DESCRIPTION AND ROLE DETAILS
Hockey Ireland is seeking to appoint a Performance Director to support the ongoing development of the High Performance Programme.
HI names 37-man core group for junior men's national coaching camp
LUCKNOW: Hockey India (HI) on Monday announced a 37-member core group for the junior men's national coaching camp which will take place at SAI centre till September 17 to prepare for the seventh Sultan of Johor Cup.
FIH launches Rules of Hockey app
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has launched a free ‘Rules of Hockey’ app for iOS and android smartphones.