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News for 12 April 2024

All the news for Friday 12 April 2024

2024 Test Matches AUS v IND (M)
Perth, Western Australia

All times GMT +8

6 Apr 2024 16:40     AUS v IND     5 - 1
7 Apr 2024 16:40     AUS v IND     4 - 2
10 Apr 2024 17:40     AUS v IND     2 - 1
12 Apr 2024 17:40     AUS v IND     
13 Apr 2024 16:40     AUS v IND     

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2024 Test Matches NZL v JPN (W)

Auckland, NZL

All times GMT +12

13 Apr 2024 16:10     NZL v JPN     
14 Apr 2024 16:10     NZL v JPN     

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Black Sticks v Japan: Holly Pearson reflects on difficult recovery ahead of comeback

By Bonnie Jansen

Holly Pearson in action for New Zealand's Black Sticks against Australia's Hockeyroos in Aucklandin May 2022. Photo / Simon Watts / Hockey New Zealand

Holly Pearson’s recovery from a serious injury came with an added level of emotion.

Acting in The Best Interests?

Ashley Morrison

To the average hockey fan in Australia news that the Hockey Australia Board had committed to the upcoming FIH Pro-League seasons six (2024/25), seven (2025/26) and eight (2026/27) may not have even registered any reaction.

‘This group has the spirit to restore our Olympic glory,’ says Shri Ashok Kumar

The hockey legend was honoured with the Hockey India Major Dhyan Chand Lifetime Achievement Award at Hockey India 6th Annual Awards

New Delhi: Life came full circle for Shri Ashok Kumar as he was awarded the Hockey India Major Dhyan Chand Lifetime Achievement Award, named after world-renowned hockey magician and his father, Major Dhyan Chand, at the Hockey India 6th Annual Awards 2023 in March this year. He joins the illustrious company of previous winners; Balbir Singh Sr., Late. Capt. Shankar Laxman, Harbinder Singh, A S Bakshi, and Gurbux Singh.

England over 80s hockey masters set for Dutch renewal

England Hockey over 80s' senior trio PIC: Supplied

Unbeaten England Masters over 80s will take on the Netherlands in Canterbury next week, for the fourth time in an official annual meeting.

Long-time National Team player, Keegan Pereira, announces his retirement

Celebrating the Remarkable Career of Keegan Pereira

Photo: Yan Huckendubler

Born in India, Pereira’s journey to becoming one of Canada’s preeminent field hockey goal scorers in is a testament to his dedication, perseverance through injury and his on field skills and talent. Retiring in 2024, Pereira has 210 international caps for Canada and 42 goals to his name. He is in the books as a top 15 capped player for the men’s national team and renowned for his speed, skill and finish.

Paula Parks retires after decorated 25-year officiating career

Celebrating the career of the accomplished Canadian international official

As Paula Parks bids farewell to her illustrious career in international field hockey officiating, the Canadian field hockey community thanks her for her amazing contributions spanning 25 years. Born and raised in Winnipeg, Parks embarked on her journey in 1998, appointed as a Judge at the Commonwealth Games in Malaysia. This was just the beginning of a remarkable tenure that would see her be a staple at international competitions for two decades to come.

The England Hockey Premier Division Finals Weekend Is Coming

Everything you need to know about the England Hockey Premier Division Finals Weekend.

Men`s Premiership title in Grange`s own hands while Women’s Scottish Cup semis get underway

There are two games to go in the men`s Premiership title race, and the destiny is in Grange`s own hands. All they have to do is to beat Watsonians on Saturday and Uddingston the following week, and the title is theirs.

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