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Duke field hockey shut out by Louisville in opening game of weekend

By Cam Polo

Duke goalkeeper Piper Hampsch recorded seven saves Friday, but the Blue Devils were unable to score. Photo by Courtesy of Nat LeDonne/Duke Athletics | The Chronicle

On a crisp, clear night in Durham, Louisville arrived in a team bus parked outside Williams Field at Jack Katz stadium. And when it rolled away as the sun fell beyond the horizon, the Cardinals walked off Duke’s campus with a win.


No. 25 Field Hockey Downed by No. 1 Michigan

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Despite 11 saves from senior goalkeeper Jade Arundell in her first start since Aug. 28, No. 25 Michigan State was defeated by No. 1 Michigan, 6-1, in Big Ten field hockey action Friday evening at Ocker Field.

Field Hockey Knocks Off No. 23 Kent State

CMU holds on to even MAC mark at 1-1

CMU goalkeeper Katie Maxim (in gold) celebrates with teammates as time runs out in a 1-0 Mid-American Conference win over No. 23 Kent State on Friday at Cristy Freese Field.

MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. -- A historic day for Central Michigan field hockey on Friday as the Chippewas knocked off No. 23-ranked Kent State, 1-0, at Cristy Freese Field.

No. 11 UVA Field Hockey Overcomes Early Deficit to Defeat No. 16 Wake Forest 3-1

After falling behind 1-0, Virginia scored three unanswered goals to beat the Demon Deacons on Friday night.

Matt Newton

The No. 11 Virginia field hockey team played its third-consecutive road game at a ranked opponent at No. 16 Wake Forest on Friday night. The Demon Deacons struck first, but the Cavaliers responded with three straight goals and prevailed 3-1 in Winston-Salem.

No. 10 Field Hockey Topples No. 3 Northwestern

Victory marked highest ranked win in modern history

EVANSTON, Ill. – In the team's Big Ten Conference opener, No. 10 Rutgers field hockey earned the highest ranked win in modern history, earning a 2-1 comeback victory at No. 3 Northwestern. Rutgers improved to 7-1 to open the season with the win and gave RU it's best eight-game start to a season since beginning the 2008 season with a 9-1 record.

No. 9 Maryland field hockey dominates Indiana, 8-2

Shane Connuck

Bibi Donraadt battles for possession during Maryland field hockey's 3-2 overtime loss to Penn State on Sept. 18, 2021. (Autumn Hengen/The Diamondback)

Hope Rose ran downfield, moving the ball in open space into the circle. Once an Indiana defender reached her, she dumped it to Julianna Tornetta, who took a shot that was tipped in by Taylor Mason.

No. 7 UNC field hockey dominates No. 5 Boston College, 6-1, in top-10 ACC showdown B

y Joshua Dolgoff

UNC sophomore midfielder/fullback Katie Dixon (14) fights for the ball in the Sept. 24 match against Boston College. UNC won 6-1.

No. 7 North Carolina (5-3, 1-0 ACC) picked a convincing 6-1 victory against No. 5 Boston College (7-2, 0-2 ACC) to begin ACC play having six different goal scorers.  

No. 2 Iowa field hockey tops No. 6 Penn State to remain undefeated

The Hawkeyes took a 1-0 victory over the Nittany Lions at Grant Field Friday night to move to 9-0 on the season.

Ben Palya

Iowa midfielder Lokke Stribos hits the ball after receiving the penalty corner shot during the second quarter of the Big Ten field hockey tournament quarterfinals against No. 4 Maryland on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 at Grant Field. The Hawkeyes defeated the Terrapins, 3-0. No. 5 Iowa will go on to play No. 1 Michigan tomorrow afternoon. Hannah Kinson

No. 2 Iowa field hockey won the battle of undefeated teams Friday night as it took a 1-0 victory over previously unbeaten No. 6 Penn State.

Grange ready to unleash teenage scoring sensation on Clydesdale

The door is open for Western Wildcats to open up a three point lead over Grange at the top of the men`s Premiership following the postponement of the champions trip to Clydesdale due to Covid-19 cases.

By Craig Madden

Grange's Fraser Heigh has taken the Scottish men's Premiership by storm.

Wildcats have been in mauling mood with 13 goals in their two games so far, and the problem for the Wanderers defence is that the goals come from Fraser Calder, Rob Harwood, Andy McConnell and several others.

Surbiton aiming to exact revenge at Oxted

Tim Guise-Brown celebrates Oxted's winner in Oct 2020 PIC: Debbie Christopher

The less than satisfactory build-up to Surbiton’s defeat to Oxted last season has given them fuel for revenge on Sunday. So says Matt Jones, Surbiton’s manager, ahead of a key week for the English domestic champions.

Holly Hunt calls on Hampstead faithful ahead of East Grinstead clash

By Lucas Ball

Hampstead opened up with win at Wimbledon PIC: Mark Clews

Hampstead & Westminster’s Holly Hunt can’t wait to get back playing at Paddington Recreational this weekend and believes the Londoners’ game against East Grinstead should provide plenty of pace and flair as she called on the home faithful to show their support.

Loic and Arthur Van Doren amazed the HC Embourg

“That Red Lions come to visit us by helicopter, it’s a first here!", Confides the president of the Embourg Hockey Club, Jérôme de Marchin . If this great event was possible, it is also through a partnership with Red Bull but also Osaka, a joint sponsor of the club and Arthur Van Doren . He and his brother Loic are not the first Red Lions to come and tread the embouriens lawns. “John-John Dohmen came to do clinics for young people, ”continues Jérôme. “Tom Boon organized an internship here, and we had the chance to be one of the filming locations for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic publicity, produced in 2019. We had a lot of Red Lions with many young people from the club for turn this on the site. I had played the keeper! It had been a great experience. Here with Arthur, we still receive someone who, in addition to his European, world and Olympic titles with the national team, has been twice elected best player in the world! “

Field Hockey Canada announces Rob Short as Women’s National Team Head Coach

Legendary player takes up role behind the Wolf Pack bench in lead up to 2022 World Cup qualification

Field Hockey Canada is excited to announce Rob Short as the new Women’s National Team head coach.

Michel van den Heuvel, without tongue in cheek

The successor of Shane McLeod at the head of the Red Lions, assumes a different style. But claims not to be “as hard” as some think

There are defeats that we can sometimes allow ourselves to justify by “bad luck”. On the other hand, no victorious epic finds its foundation in chance. Wednesday at the Center of Excellence of the Belgian Hockey Federation, if no more odor of sweat wafted in the sports hall, no fragrance of champagne perfumed more the upper floors of the Antwerp building, which this summer became the HQ of the Red Lions and of the Red Panthers. Forty-eight days after the victorious Olympic final, and a good hour after a new training of the “Olympic-world-champions of Europe”, there was no longer any question of finding in Wilrijk that sweet euphoria which had bathed in Tokyo then in Brussels, at the beginning of August.

Welsh Senior Women take on Scotland as they prep for World Cup Qualifiers

This weekend our Senior Women take on Scotland in Glasgow. With the World Cup Qualifiers less than a month away, the matches form part of crucial match preparation before they fly out to Pisa, Italy.

"Our Tokyo Olympics performance has changed our mentality" — Hockey player Neha Goyal

Neha Goyal, who made her Olympics debut in Tokyo said, competing at the Games was a landmark moment of her career

Mid-fielder Neha Goyal (Source: Newsroom)

Indian women's hockey team mid-fielder Neha Goyal says their inspirational performance at the Tokyo Olympics has changed the mentality of the side and instilled self-belief in players. The team missed out on its first-ever Olympic medal but produced its best-ever show in the history of the quadrennial with a fourth-place finish.

"Playing in Odisha is always special" — Hockey player Simranjeet Singh

Midfielder Simranjeet Singh's next aim is to hone his skills further to become a regular feature in the team for the upcoming events

India hockey mid-fielder Simranjeet Singh (Source: Olympics)

He played a pivotal role in India's historic hockey bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics and midfielder Simranjeet Singh's next aim is to further hone his skills to become a regular feature in the team for the upcoming events, including next year's Asian Games.

US, Canada pencilled in for Bhubaneswar

By Jugjet Singh

-Pic credit to www.fih.ch

The United States and Canada were promptly inserted into the Junior World Cup (JWC) fixtures after two Oceania countries withdrew due to Covid-19 travel restrictions.

Junior Green Army accept invitation to FIH World Cup in December

Hockey Ireland is delighted to accept an invitation to the Women’s FIH Junior World Cup which takes places in Potchefstroom, South Africa from December 5th to 16th 2021.

FIH Hockey Women's Junior World Cup South Africa 2021: Argentina and Ireland on board

Following last week’s announcement by Hockey Australia and Hockey New Zealand that they will no longer be able to participate to theFIH Hockey Women's Junior World Cup South Africa 2021 due to COVID-related international travel restrictions put in place by their respective governments, both teams have been replaced by Argentina and Ireland.

F1 great partners England Hockey to reduce sports-related injury in young

By Rod Gilmour

Former F1 team boss Ron Dennis has launched a foundation to address sports-related injuries in 11 to 18-year-olds, partnering with England Hockey and other major sports with a multi-million pound investment over the next decade.


Field Hockey Canada Development Coach Award — Zeeshan Minhas

University coach and program builder integral to Ontario field hockey community

Zeeshan Minhas was passing by a local high school in Scarborough, Ontario in 2006 when he saw field hockey being played on the school field. He walked over and asked the volunteer coach if he could lend a hand.

Time To Give The Fans And Potential Fans Clarity

Ashley Morrison

It was the former mayor of Carmel, movie star, and Hollywood director Clint Eastwood who said, “opinions are like assholes, everyone has got one.”

Maryland field hockey wants to perfect its game as Indiana looms

Shane Connuck

Julianna Tornetta runs down the field during Maryland field hockey's 4-3 overtime win over Princeton on Sept. 21, 2021. (Julia Nikhinson/The Diamondback)

No. 9 Maryland field hockey trailed Penn State at the half Saturday, despite leading in nearly every other category on the stat sheet.

No. 2 Iowa field hockey looking to stay undefeated

Iowa will play two games against No. 6 Penn State at Grant Field in Iowa City this weekend.

Ben Palya

Iowa forward Ciara Smith runs the ball down the field during the Iowa Field Hockey game against Ohio University on Sep. 10, 2021 at Grant Field. Iowa defeated Ohio 8-0. (Casey Stone/The Daily Iowan)

No. 2 Iowa field hockey and No. 6 Penn State will square off twice this weekend at Grant Field in Iowa City.

No. 25 Field Hockey Renews Rivalry with No. 1 Michigan

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Michigan State and Michigan are set to face off in Big Ten field hockey action on Friday evening, with the No. 1 Wolverines playing host to the No. 25 Spartans in a rivalry that dates back to 1972.

Wake Forest field hockey totals 4-3 record

After losing their first two games, the Demon Deacons bounced back with an ACC win

Jake Stuart

Field hockey had a perfect weekend, finishing with a 3-2 win over UMass.

Coming off a shortened 2020-2021 season that left much to be desired, the Wake Forest field hockey team headed into the fall season on a mission. The Lady Deacon squad has strung together a losing record just once since 2012, and they were looking to get back on track in 2021. Their competition, though, is in no regards a cake walk — the ACC consistently boasts the highest-ranked conference for field hockey — with the reigning national champion, North Carolina Tar Heels, leading the pack.

Weekend College Games: September 23 - 29

Each week, USA Field Hockey' highlights some of the top college games in Division I, II and III.

Change in the air after 18 months?

Is there a small whiff of change in the air when you glance at the Premiership tables – albeit after only two games?

Slough HC set to celebrate 100th anniversary

Slough Hockey Club will celebrate its centenary on Sunday, holding a day of celebratory games with food, drink and entertainment and hosting players both and present.

Preview: Oxted Hoping To Upset Surbiton Again As All Men’s Hockey Leagues Get Underway

After a thrilling return to action last Sunday, the Men’s Hockey League resumes in full this weekend with action across the Premier Division, Division One North/South and four Conferences.

Wales to battle Scotland’s Women this weekend

The Scotland Women’s team begin their preparation for the FIH World Cup Qualifying Tournament with two matches against Wales, this weekend, at Auchenhowie.

Negative for Malaysian team at Bisham Abbey

By Jugjet Singh

The national hockey players have been cleared of Covid-19 and are eager to start training at Bisham Abbey National Sports Centre in Berkshire, England, for their international friendlies.

THE national men's hockey team passed their first test at the Bisham Abbey National Sports Centre in Berkshire, England, with flying colours.

Fourth place finish at Pan Ams vaults Team Canada into World Cup Berth

Junior Men’s National Team earns bid to 2021 Junior World Cup

After placing fourth at the 2021 Junior Pan American Championship, Team Canada has earned a place in the Junior World Cup, taking place in Bhubaneswar, November 24-December 5.

Odisha to host FIH Men’s Hockey Junior World Cup 2021

A total of 16 teams will compete in the under-21 competition which will be played in Bhubaneswar from November 24 to December 5.

By Naveen Peter

Picture by Charles McQuillan/ Getty Images

The FIH Men’s Hockey Junior World Cup 2021 will be held at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. The under-21 tournament will begin on November 24 this year and the final is scheduled for December 5.

Men’s Junior World Cup 2021 will be in Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneswar: The Junior World Cup for men will be held from 24 November to 5 December 2021 at Bhubaneswar, Odisha. The BBSR event  will feature 16 teams: Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, South Africa, Egypt, Belgium, England, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, USA, Canada, Chile and Argentina, besides the depending champions India.

FIH Odisha Hockey Men's Junior World Cup Bhubaneswar 2021: USA and Canada joining

Following last week’s announcement by Hockey Australia and Hockey New Zealand that they will no longer be able to participate to the FIH Odisha Hockey Men's Junior World Cup Bhubaneswar 2021 due to COVID-related international travel restrictions put in place by their respective governments, both teams have been replaced by the USA and Canada.

Fifty years ago – when Kenya made it to the semi-finals of Barcelona World Cup

by Dil Bahra

Kenya’s Captain Avtar Singh Sohal leading his team at the opening ceremony of the first World Cup
in Barcelona in 1971. Photo: Avtar Singh Sohal collection.

The idea of holding a Hockey World Cup had come from India and Pakistan, then the two dominant nations in international hockey, in early 1969.

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Ernest Wall OBE (1924 – 2020)

by Dil Bahra

Ernest Wall OBE
It is with sadness that we learn of the passing of Ernest ‘Ernie’ Wall on Sunday November 15, 2020 at Windyhall Care Home, Ayr in Scotland. He was aged 95.

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Hockey Legend Balbir Singh Senior remembered

by Dil Bahra

Leandro Negre, Dil Bahra and Balbir Senior at FIH function London 2012 Olympics

I first met Balbir Singh Senior at the Champions Trophy in Amstelveen, Netherlands in 1982. I was with a group who had earlier gone to the Bombay World Cup in that year. Whilst we sat down in the lounge after the match, having our drinks, Balbir, who was the coach of the Indian team at that tournament, was passing through the lounge on his way out. He noticed our group and came over to talk to us.

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Kenya Sikh hockey players remember Legend Jack Simonian in London

by Dil Bahra

Former Kenya and Sikh Union Club Nairobi players celebrated the Life of their former colleague, Jack Simonian at an invite only event held at Indian Gymkhana Club London on Sunday 15 March 2020.

Although the evolving situation of coronavirus prevented many from attending, the event organisers decided to carry on. Suzie, Jack’s daughter, who was due to fly from Sardina, Italy especially for this event was one of those who was unable to attend following Government advice.

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I have done exactly that 3 times with no effect (once with Nick Laming in attendance).
The Vumatel team have been in 3 times. The first time they arrived without any equipment to test the connection.. I sent them away to come back with their own testing equipment/computer. The computer they arrived back with had a 100Mb/s Ethernet port so was entirely inadequate to carry out the tests. They then got someone in with a MacBook and a dongle to plug in an Ethernet cable. The dongle didn’t work. The second time they came round again and again with a computer inadequate for the task. They came round yesterday again and again their equipment was not up to the task. They have replaced my CPE twice. Yesterday they blamed the slow speed first on congestion and then on the broken WACS cable and then claimed there was a break in SEACOM as well. I don’t know how this affects a Speedtest connection between my property and your offices (I test to the Afrihost servers), but bullshit doesn’t baffle brain in this house.
I have also discovered that the wireless router you supply as standard for a 1Gb/s connection - the DLink DIR 825 AC1200 will not broadcast faster than marginally over 800Mb/s on the 5Ghz channel meaning that Afrihost do not and cannot fulfill the 1Gb/s line speed they offer, only 80% of that speed. As that is the case do you mind if I only pay 80% of the price seeing that is the maximum you supply. The standard supplied CAT5e cable is only just capable of 1Gb/s which means it is only just up to the job. I have replaced that with a CAT6 cable at my expense and have ordered an AC2600 wireless router again at my expense just to try and cover your inadequate supplied equipment. Why must I do this?
I have also discovered that although support tickets are your 24/7 support option they carry the lowest priority as evidenced by your response times of over 1 week on this ticket. The Whatsapp support waiting times have ranged from 45 minutes to almost 3 hours, which is again wholly inadequate and that although you have an 0800 free support line, you do not advertise this anywhere leaving customers to hang on wasting their money on your inadequate support response times by phone. 
I have had enough of Afrihost and their partner Vumtel and would like this resolved within 2 days, which will have long passed by the time you read this.
George Brink


A tribute to Jack Simonian, one of Kenya’s best all round Sportsman in the sixties

by Dil Bahra

Jack Simonian 1970

John Levon (Jack) Simonian who was the East African motor cycling, motor rally and track Champion and who represented Kenya at hockey at three Olympic Games passed away in Sydney, Australia on Monday 23 December 2019. He was aged 84.

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Memories of a very special friend.

George Brink

I first met Jack Simonian through umpiring hockey at Rugby Hockey club in Warwickshire. In typical Jack fashion he never let on his Hockey pedigree, so it was with complete surprise when umpiring a game together a few years later some know-it-all player disagreed with a decision Jack made by claiming he had played in Premier League so he knew Jack was wrong. Quite calmly Jack said, "I've been to three Olympics so I know I'm right". Needless to say the player was put firmly in his place, but my mouth fell open at this statement as I had never suspected he was an Olympian let alone a triple Olympian, Jack was so unassuming.

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Review of a Hockey NOVEL

By Ijaz Chaudhry

When one thinks of sports books, it is the biographies, coverage of some event, record books, coaching manuals, etc. Sports Novels (fiction) are uncommon.

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Nirpal (Rodu) Singh Bharaj (1958 – 2018)

Nirpal (Rodu) Singh Bharaj (1958 – 2018)

by Dil Bahra

Rodu Bharaj doing what he enjoyed most – Koroga for his friends

Nirpal Singh Bharaj, fondly known as Rodu, a hockey personality both in Kenya and London died suddenly on Friday, May 25. He had just turned 60.

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Jagjit Singh Kular (1942 - 2017)

by Dil Bahra

Jagjit at Mexico 1968 Olympic Games

Jagjit Singh Kular who represented Kenya at Mexico 1968 and Munich 1972 Olympic Games passed away in Toronto, Canada on Monday 12 June 2017. He was aged 75.

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Jasbinder (Jas) Singh Chana (1970 - 2017)

by Dil Bahra

Jasbinder (Jas) Singh Chana, the talented hockey player, who played for England U21 and represented the country at the Junior Hockey World Cup in Ipoh, Malaysia in 1989 died on Tuesday, 21 February 2017 following a short illness. He was aged 46.

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Stats Speak: Asian Champions Trophy winner India in down under

By B.G.Joshi (Sehore-Bhopal, India)

Asian Champions Trophy winner Indian men and women will open their campaign in Melbourne Hockey Festival on November 23 against hosts Australia. Indian men (World Ranking 6) team will face Kookaburras (World Ranking 1) in 4-nations tournament league match, while Indian women (World Ranking 12) will challenge Hockeyroos (World Ranking 4) in first test of 3-match series. Statistical highlights are:

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Journalist Patrick Rowley receives British Empire Medal for Services to Hockey

Patrick Rowley (BEM) receives his British Empire Medal Award at the Tower of London by the Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London.   Left to Right:  Lord-Lieutenant of London, Mr Kenneth Olisa OBE, Elizabeth Rowley (wife), Patrick Rowley BEM, Alison Heeks (nee ROWLEY his daughter)   and  Constable General Sir Nicholas Houghton GCB CBE ADC

International sports journalist Patrick Rowley received the British Empire Medal for services to Hockey at a ceremony held at The Tower of London on Friday 4 November.

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Patrick Rowley awarded British Empire Medal

Patrick Rowley, arguably the best known hockey journalist there is has been rewarded for his outstanding services to hockey with the British Empire Medal in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.

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Patrick Rowley honoured

Pat Rowley. Photo: Hockey Writers Club

When I started Fieldhockey.com 20 years ago one of the first journalists to support and encourage my efforts was the English writer Pat Rowley, I am utterly delighted to report that Pat has been awarded a British Empire Medal for services to Hockey in the Queen's Birthday Honours list released today.

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Alex Danson - Player of the Tournament

By Dil Bahra

Alex Danson displaying why she won Player of the Tournament. Photo: Koen Suyk

There have been a few great action photos in our sport of hockey over the years but this photo by Dutch photographer Koen Suyk tops them all. Koen, a photographer for over 40 years has covered seven Olympic Games and states that Sports photography is his great love, with hockey, golf and tennis as his specialties.

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Egbert Carmo Fernandes (1941 – 2014)

by Dil Bahra

Kenya Hockey Team on tour of India, April 1964 Back Row (L - R): Surjeet Singh Jnr,; Saude George; Anthony Vaz; Amar Singh Mangat; Egbert Fernandes; Sang Singh; Edgar Fernandes; Jack Simonian; Jagnandan Singh. Sitting (L - R): Hardev Singh; Hilary Fernandes (V.Capt,); Hardial Singh (Coach); Anthony D'Souza (Manager); Sukdev Singh (Asst Manager); Avtar Singh (Capt.); Alu Mendonca. Ground (L – R): Santokh Singh; Arif Khan; Silu Fernandes; Leslie Pinto; Reynolds D'Souza.

Kenya’s triple hockey Olympian, Egbert Carmo Fernandes, died in Canberra, Australia on 6 November 2014.  He was aged 73.

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12 Punjab Warriors players? Judge for yourself

These screen grabs are from The Official YouTube stream. Note the running time of the video in the bottom left. This covers a pan from 2:47:27 - 2:47:30. Punjab Warriors are in blue.

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Ijaz Chaudhry writes on hockey & other sports. For more about him and his work, visit: www.sportscorrespondent.info

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