Black Sticks Women in position to win the series
Sophie Cocks in full flight
The Black Sticks Women have won 1-0 against the USA, setting up a series decider in the final test tomorrow at the Trust House Wairarapa Hockey turf in Clareville.
Black Sticks edge United States 1-0 to level series
MATCH-WINNER: New Zealand’s Anita Punt scored the only goal of the game in her side’s 1-0 win over the United States in Clareville today. Photosport
The Black Sticks and their visiting American opponents will fight out a series decider in the Wairarapa tomorrow after New Zealand beat the tourists 1-0 in Clareville today in the fifth test.
Crossing the line
An unexpected sixth place in the 2014 Hockey World Cup set alarm bells ringing in the German camp but the coach remains calmness personified.
Indian hockey squad for Australia tour announced
Almost the entire Indian men’s hockey team that bagged gold at the Incheon Asian Games has been retained for the tour of Australia next month. The 10-day tour, from October 30-November 10, is part of India’s preparations for the upcoming Champions Trophy, to be hosted in Bhubaneswar from December 6-14.
India name 21-member hockey squad for Australia Test tour
NEW DELHI: Sardar Singh will lead a 21-member Indian men's hockey squad for the four-match Test tour of Australia to be held in Perth from November 4 to 9.
I go back a happy man: Terry Walsh
Terry Walsh. File photo: Sushil Kumar Verma
The system left him frustrated, but the desire to propel Indian hockey forward made Terry Walsh continue. However, it was not long before he, like many of his predecessors, succumbed to the system.
Ugandan National Hockey Champions to be crowned this weekend
by Michael Mugote Bryson
The 2014 National Hockey league kicked off in April with nine clubs and climaxed late September.
Boys Playing Opportunity at 2014 US National Hockey Festival
Calling All Boys! This Thanksgiving holiday, join us at the 2014 National Hockey Festival in Indio, California for a 7v7 boys playing opportunity. Enjoy turkey with a side of fun competition over the course of the weekend.
USWNT takes lead in New Zealand series
U.S. Women’s National Field Hockey Team defender Stefanie Fee (Virginia Beach, Va.) picks up the pen to give us a recap of Team USA’s fourth match against New Zealand.
NEW ZEALAND - Team USA pulled ahead of the Black Sticks with a 2-0 win yesterday evening. After ample hours of video review, practice and newly constructed goals, both teams battled for a solid match. Skillful play was shown throughout the entire field and the attacking circles were filled with a ton of back and forth action.
Sloppy Sticks punished by US
Black Stick Shiloh Gloyn, right, makes a solo run through the United States defenders Katelyn Falgowski, left, Melissa Gonzalez and Michelle Kasold during their test at the twin turfs last night. WARWICK SMITH/Fairfax NZ
Women's Black Sticks coach Mark Hager wasn't happy after his side was given a "hockey lesson" by the United States, but is refusing to panic after the 2-0 loss at the twin turfs last night.
Black Sticks falter
Photo / John Stone
The USA beat New Zealand 2-0 in their fourth game of the six-test women's hockey series last night at Palmerston North. The win gives the visitors a 2-1 series lead, with two games still to play this weekend in the Wairarapa.
Whoever made the statement that I have withdrawn my resignation should retract it: Terry Walsh
Among other things, head coach Terry Walsh wants functional autonomy. In a long chat with Rutvick Mehta, he explains why the money set aside for hockey must be directly accessible to the high-performance group of Hockey India
Indian team for Australia series announced
New Delhi: A 21-member team to play test series against Australia in preparation for the upcoming FIH Champions Trophy 2014 (Bhubaneswar, 06-14 December 2014) has been announced.
Polo make it four from four
Borja Llorens’ single goal was enough to earn RC Polo a fourth successive win in Spain’s Honour Division as they saw off SPV Complutense in a tight battle last Sunday.
Pauchet leads St Germain to top spot
St Germain continued their fine start to the French elite competition with their fourth win from six outings in Pool A, beating CA Montrouge, the previous table-toppers, 4-0.
COURTING SUCCESS: Champions Telkom Orange get back to the drawing board ahead of continental title defence
By Elizabeth Mburugu
Sharon Odinga of Telkom Orange and Charity Miller of Vikings hockey team fight for ball possession in their ladies final match in the Vaiskhi 2013 Cup tournament at city park
After a disastrous outing at the Sana tournament in Mombasa, Africa Women's Hockey Club champions Orange Telkom are back to the drawing board.
SSSC-A Win to Top the Standings
By Bill Cox
SSSC-A team members having a conference during their Week-2 match of the 2014-15 season. (Bill Cox)
HONG KONG—Only 3-matches were played on Sunday Oct 19 in Hong Kong Hockey Association Premier Division. Hong Kong Cricket Club (HKCC) beat Kowloon Cricket Club (KCC) 1-0, Shaheen had their second win of the season (6-3) at the expense of KNS, Hong Kong Football Club-A (HKFC-A) won 5-3 against their HKFC-B side keeping A’s unbeaten record intact, but it was the match between Khalsa-A and SSSC-A that was the most significant.