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News for 25 February 2022

All the news for Friday 25 February 2022

2022 Indoor Test Matches IRL v RSA (W) - 25 February
Meath (IRL)

All times GMT

21 Feb 2022 19:00     IRL v RSA     3 - 2
22 Feb 2022 19:00     IRL v RSA     3 - 5
23 Feb 2022 18:00     IRL v RSA     0 - 1
24 Feb 2022 19:00     IRL v RSA     1 - 3
25 Feb 2022 19:00     IRL v RSA    

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SPAR South Africa seals series with solid win

After three matches so far in the SPAR Indoor Hockey Test Series, the two nations have struggled to be separated, although it was the visitors who held the edge. With the opportunity to seal the series, the South Africans came out firing and produced their best display of the series so far to win the game 3-1 which left the series with an equal score line.

South Africa take laurels on day four of SPAR Indoor Hockey Series

South Africa took game four and the overall series victory in the SPAR Indoor Hockey Series as Kayla de Waal turned on the style at Gormanston Park with a virtuoso double in front of a packed house.

Spanish Challenge Awaits India

The returns from the opening set of Pro League games in South Africa were bit of a mixed bag for the Indian men’s team. The team carried the swagger of being Olympic bronze medallist and turned in a clinical 5-0 win over France in their opening game – convincing wins against hosts South Africa were perhaps on expected lines but it is the 2-5 defeat in the second leg tie against France that brought to the fore their inability to maintain the same intensity across all four quarters. Hopefully, the first four games would have made Indian realize that playing awesome hockey in a few quarters is not enough – one quarter is all opposition need to turn the tables on you in fast-paced modern hockey.

FIH Pro League key to Indian women’s performance in 2022 season - Savita

The India captain says playing against top teams in the FIH Pro League will be a fair assessment of its game ahead of an important 2022.

Savita with coach Janneke Schopman at a training session in Bhubaneswar on February 14.   -  BISWARANJAN ROUT

The Indian women’s hockey team views the ongoing FIH Pro League as a perfect preparation for two key tournaments this year - the World Cup and the Hangzhou Asian Games.

Indian women's hockey team looks to continue winning momentum at FIH Pro League 2022

India will play two matches against Spain on February 26 and 27 at the Kalinga Hockey Stadium, Bhubaneshwar.

Indian women's hockey team training in Odisha (Source: Hockey India)

The India Women's Hockey Team is set to face off against Spain at the FIH Hockey Pro League 2021/22 matches scheduled to take place on 26 February and 27 February.

“A privilege to play in such a high-end tournament”

As we’re only roughly a month away from the opening match of the 9th edition of the FIH Hockey Women’s Junior World Cup taking place in South Africa (1-12 April), we’re starting a series of exclusive interviews with the participating teams. Today: Christina Hamill (Ireland).

Ella Gunson Calls Time on International Career

Vantage Black Sticks (VBS) stalwart Ella Gunson is calling time on her prestigious international career announcing her retirement after 10* years with the team.

Australian Indoor squads for 2022 announced

Following months of planning and talent identification, the 2022 Australian Indoor squads have been announced, comprising 187 athletes from across the country.

Kookaburras great appointed National Men’s Junior Coach

The ‘conveyor belt’ bringing through the next crop of Australian men’s hockey stars is in great hands with the appointment of former Kookaburra Jay Stacy as Australia’s Junior (U21) Men’s Coach.

Stacy: Coaching Burras carries huge responsibility

He represented Australia on the pitch with distinction and now Jay Stacy has the task of bringing through the next swag of Kookaburras stars.

Knowles: Hockey’s elite pathways heading in right direction

One only needs to hear Mark Knowles speak for a second to pick up on his passion and commitment to the cause of Australian hockey’s pathway programs.

Maybank slump to first MHL defeat

By Jugjet Singh

-Pic credit to www.mhc.org.my

KUALA LUMPUR: Maybank suffered their first defeat in the Malaysia Hockey League (MHL), falling to a 3-0 loss to Tenaga Nasional in Bukit Jalil today.

Preview: Pivotal Weekend In English Men's & Vitality Women's Premier Divisions

Photo credit: SmifSports

It's first against second in both the Men's and Vitality Women's Premier Division 'Top 6' this weekend as the ferocious battles to be crowned national league champions continues.

Big Scottish Premiership encounters this weekend; Edinburgh University and Dunfermline Carnegie on the up

It looks a three horse race in the women`s Premiership – Clydesdale Western, Watsonians and Edinburgh University are all in the mix, and that may not change after Saturday`s matches.

Rashid-ul-Hasan serves legal notice on PHF

LAHORE: Ex-Olympian Rashid-ul-Hasan has served a legal notice on the Pakistan Hockey Federation against the 10-year ban the PHF imposed on him earlier this month for what it reckoned offensive criticism against Prime Minister Imran Khan by the player on social media.

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