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News for 29 January 2022

All the news for Saturday 29 January 2022

Women's Asia Cup 2022 - Finals

All Times GMT +4

28 Jan 2022 16:30     IND v CHN (3/4th Place)     2 - 0
28 Jan 2022 19:00     KOR v JPN (Final)               2 - 4

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Japan seal a successful Asia Cup with win over Korea

Japan were crowned champion at the Women’s Asia Cup Muscat 2022, after they defeated Korea by four goals to two.

Tanaka fires Japan to third Women's Hockey Asia Cup title

By Owen Lloyd

Japan beat South Korea 4-2 to win the Women's Hockey Asia Cup ©Getty Images

Japan won the Women's Hockey Asia Cup in Oman by defeating three-time champions South Korea 4-2 in he final at the Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex.

Huge relief for struggling India as it wins bronze in the Asia Cup


Playing like team possessed, defending champions India showcased a kind of rhythm that they seemed to have retrieved, for once, to clinch the bronze match today at the Sultan Qaboos in Muscat. With a goal apiece from Sharmiala Devi and Gurjit Kaur early in the proceedings Savita’s outfit overcame fighting China 2-0 to get their seventh meal at Asia Cup, third bronze.

India win bronze medal after beating China 2-0

First-half goals from Sharmila Devi and Gurjit Kaur sealed India’s podium finish.

By Rahul Venkat

Picture by Hockey India

India beat China 2-0 to win the bronze medal in the Women’s Hockey Asia Cup 2022 at the Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex in Muscat, Oman on Friday.

India defeat China 2-0 to win bronze medal; Japan beat Korea to clinch title

The Indians left behind the disappointment of their semi-final defeat to Korea and controlled the proceedings in the first two quarters, scoring two goals in the process, to go into half time with a 2-0 lead against China.

India continued in the same vein in the second quarter and had the better share of chances. Twitter @TheHockeyIndia

Muscat: Last edition champions India defeated China 2-0 to win a consolation bronze medal at the women's Asia Cup hockey tournament here on Friday.

Indian Hockey Eves’ Bronze Win Augurs Well for Pro Hockey League Campaign

The Indian women’s hockey team’s attenting-grabbing fourth place finish at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics triggered soaring expectations from their ardent fans. The fans’ expectations were so lofty that they would have settled for nothing other than the girls crowning themselves in glory in the 9th Women’s Asia Cup at Muscat. The general line of thought that if the team can finish among the world’s top four teams at the Olympics, they can put it across Asian counterparts like Japan, South Korea, and China without breaking much sweat or at least, do all it takes to win the tournament.

Tale of fives in Malaysia's fifth placing in five editions

By Jugjet Singh

National women’s hockey coach Nasihin Nubli.

FIVE days of training and fifth in the Asia Cup in Muscat, Oman.

2022 Pan Am Cup - 29 January
Santiago (CHI)

All times GMT -4


28 Jan 2022 13:30     MEX v BRA (5th - 6th place)     4 - 1
28 Jan 2022 16:00     ARG v CAN (Semi-final 1)         5 - 2
28 Jan 2022 18:30     USA v CHI (Semi-final 2)           0 - 0 (SO 1 - 3)


29 Jan 2022 16:00     CAN v USA (3rd - 4th Place)
29 Jan 2022 18:30     ARG v CHI (Final)            

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Pan American Cups - Day 10 - Men


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Men - Semi-final - Argentina vs. Canada : 5-2

Argentina powered their way to a 5-2 semifinal win over Canada to punch their ticket to the 2022 World Cup hosted later this year in India. This is the first time since 1971 that Canada has not been in a Pan American Cup or Games final. The Red Caribou were on the hunt for a third World Cup appearance since 2010 but their fourth quarter goals were not enough to over throw the two-time defending Pan Am Cup champs.

Argentina defeats Canada, ends World Cup hopes

Late offense from Canada not enough to upset the world number 7

When Canada scored two quick goals in the fourth, off the sticks of Devohn Noronha Teixeira and Matt Sarmento, memories of previous Red Caribou comebacks starting to creep in. Argentina snuffed out those dreams by scoring a penalty stroke in the final minute resulting in a 5-2 victory for Los Leones.

USMNT Narrowly Miss Qualification, Defeated by Chile in PAC Semifinal Shootout


SANTIAGO, Chile – In an even contest that could have gone either team’s way, the No. 22 U.S. Men’s National Team took on hosts No. 27 Chile in the 2022 Pan American Cup (PAC) Semifinals. Scoreless through regulation, Chile defeated USA in the shootout 3-1, dashing the red, white and blue’s chances of World Cup qualification.

5 T&T hockey players test positive

by Walter Alibey

T&T captain Avion Ashton attempts to control the ball under pressure from Chile’s Manuela Urroz in their 2022 Women’s Pan American Cup quarterfinal at the Prince of Wales Country Club, La Reina, Santiago, Chile on Tuesday. Chile won 11-0. Photo: PAHF.

Five T&T women hockey players have tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19) yesterday and that meant that the team finished sixth overall at the Pan American Hockey Challenge Cup Tournament in Santiago, Chile.

2021-2022 Men’s FIH Hockey Pro League: South Africa ready and set to go

The 8 December 2021 was a day of celebration for the South African hockey community with the Executive Board (EB) of the International Hockey Federation (FIH) approving the participation of South Africa in the third edition of the Men’s FIH Hockey Pro League. Their first match will be against the Netherlands on 8 February 2022.

SA men's hockey team, fresh from Afcon conquest, to face world's leading teams

By Herman Gibbs

Garreth Ewing, the head coach of the SA Men's Hockey team. Photo: Ray Herbst, Rayder Media

Cape Town - Fresh from their Africa Cup of Nations conquest, the South African men's hockey team will go up against the world's leading countries in the FIH (International Hockey Federation) Hockey Pro League, which starts in early February, in Potchefstroom.

ACT disappointment was a good learning experience ahead of busy 2022: Graham Reid

Indian men's hockey team chief coach Graham Reid said the setback came as a reality check for the Tokyo Olympic bronze medal winners

Graham Reid

till smarting from the semifinal exit at the Asia Champions Trophy, Indian men's hockey team chief coach Graham Reid on Friday said the setback came as a reality check for the Tokyo Olympic bronze medal winners ahead of a busy calendar year. Defending champions India were stunned 3-5 by Japan in the semifinal of the ACT in Dhaka last month. "It's always difficult. You have to be put in situations. Everybody including myself hated that semifinal loss to Japan in ACT. No one likes to experience something like that. But sometimes you have to experience that to learn from it," Reid said in a virtual press conference.

Jugraj Singh: Exciting Drag-Flicking Hope for India

Indian men’s hockey team’s drag-flicking department did suffer a setback when vastly experienced Rupinder Pal Singh announced his international retirement after the bronze-winning Tokyo Olympics campaign. The arrival of highly talented Indian Navy drag-flicker Jugraj Singh in the 33 core national probables exudes hope that the team’s drag-flicking cupboard will be further shored up. It’s a sweet coincidence that he shares the name of another exceptionally talented drag-flicker whose international hockey career was cut short by a 2003 road accident.

Wimbledon Hoping For 'Third Time Lucky' At Super 6s Finals

Rod Gilmour

The six-week indoor season is a welcome change from David Horler’s day job as a Somerset farmer. January is a quieter time on the farm for Wimbledon’s Bath-based team manager and Horler relishes the indoor opportunity from his outdoor life.

Slough's Harriet Ward Looking To Make The Most Of 'Second Chance'

Rod Gilmour

Despite being part of many Super 6s Finals Days, Slough women’s Harriet Ward couldn’t bring herself to watch the culmination of the Premier Division.

England Hockey Super 6s Finals: men’s and women’s previews

The Super 6s Finals will take place at the Copper Box

All you need to know about the culmination of the English indoor season and the four finalists across the men’s and women’s tournaments

Full series of Irish EYHL2 fixtures will see contenders emerge

An stronger idea of who will be involved in the shake-up for EY Hockey League places next season will move closer after Saturday with a full series of Division 2 fixtures on the agenda.

Alberto “Coco” Budeisky re-elected as PAHF President

(Photo: Oscar Muñoz Badilla)

The Pan American Hockey Federation held its Congress and Board of Directors meetings from January 27-29, 2022 during the Pan American Cups in Santiago, Chile.

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