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News for 22 March 2022

All the news for Tuesday 22 March 20222

2021-22 FIH Pro League (W) - 22 March
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22 Mar 2022 15:30     GER v ESP (RR)    
23 Mar 2022 15:30     GER v ESP (RR)    

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How ‘sharp’ India trumped Argentina

Coach Graham Reid lauds team’s mentality of never giving up

Indervir Grewal

India scored decisive last-minute goals in both their FIH Pro League games against Argentina in Bhubaneswar. FIH

When their Pro League tie against Germany got postponed due to Covid-19, India’s fortnight-long break from international hockey got extended by another week. The players got leave from the camp for a couple of days. The “little bit of rest and relaxation” that the “boys enjoyed” did wonders, felt Indian men’s hockey team coach Graham Reid.

Experienced Forward Rani Rampal Making Good Progress from Prolonged Hamstring Injury

Experienced forward Rani Rampal has been out of the Indian women’s hockey team since their eye-popping fourth-place finish at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. The 27-year-old Shahabad girl has been rendered hors de combat following a nagging hamstring injury that has probably taken more time to heal than the player herself could have imagined in the first place. The two-time Olympian, two-time Asian Games medallist and two-time World-Cupper was forced to give the Asian Champions Trophy, Asia Cup and the first six games of the Pro Hockey League against China, Spain and Germany a miss. In all, Rani missed playing 12 international games.

Christa Ramasimong, Onthatile Zulu to lead from the front for SA Women's Junior World Cup team

Christa Ramasimong will be one of the co-captains leading from the front for South Africa. Pic: SA Hockey

Cape Town - Christa Ramasimong and Onthatile Zulu are the co-captains of the South Africa team to compete in the FIH Women's Junior World Cup at the North-West University Astro Complex in Potchefstroom, starting on April 2.

Field Hockey Canada announces Intracorp Homes as Junior Women’s National Team Lead Sponsor

Building the extraordinary together at the Junior World Cup

Field Hockey Canada is pleased to announce Intracorp Homes Inc. as the Lead Partner for the Junior Women’s National Team ahead of the 2022 Junior World Cup.

Victoria hockey club in Rotterdam welcomes Ukrainian under-21s women’s team

The entire Ukrainian women’s under-21 hockey team have left their home country and are being given shelter by the Victoria hockey club in Rotterdam.

England Beat Wales 2-0 In Men’s 075s At Olton Hockey Club

On Tuesday 15 March, England O75s took on Wales at Olton Hockey Club in what is an extremely important year for Masters’ hockey.

Men’s o70’s masters squad named to play in Celtic Cup

The first tournament to be hosted by the newly formed Scottish Masters Hockey will be the Celtic Cup for men’s over 60, over 65 and over 70 teams this April 2022.

Next tier of Hockeyroos announced for 2022

The athletes considered as the Hockeyroos’ next in line have been revealed following the announcement of this year’s Women’s National Development Squad (NDS).

Junior High Performance Announces Rosters for Women’s U-16 & Rise Series Against Canada

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Following a training camp last weekend, the Junior High Performance Staff has established the U.S. U-16 and Rise Women’s National Team rosters that will compete against Canada, in two separate series in different countries. Taking place from April 20 through 24, each squad will play a four-game series against their Canada counterpart.

Rupinder Pal Singh, Harmanpreet Singh win Sportsman of the Year (Team Sports) award at Sportstar Aces 2022

Rupinder Pal Singh and Harmanpreet Singh win Sportsman of the Year (Team Sports) at the 2022 Sportstar Aces Awards at the Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai on Saturday.

Olympic bronze medallist Rupinder Pal Singh being honoured with the Sportstar Aces Sportsman of the Year (Team Sports) Award by Narinder Batra, President of the Indian Olympic Association and International Hockey Federation (right) and Tushar Prabhakar Sinkar, Senior Director, R&D Decorative, in Mumbai on Saturday.   -  The Hindu

Rupinder Pal Singh and Harmanpreet Singh win Sportsman of the Year (Team Sports) at the 2022 Sportstar Aces Awards at the Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai on Saturday.

Savita wins Sportswoman of the Year (Team Sports) award at Sportstar Aces 2022

Savita Punia was adjudged the Sportswoman of the Year (Team Sports) at the 2022 Sportstar Aces Awards at the Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai on Saturday.

Hockey goalkeeper receiving the Sportswoman of the Year (Team Sports) award from former hockey player Adrian D'Souza and Palki Sharma, Editor, Wion during the Sportstar Aces Awards in Mumbai on Saturday.   -  The Hindu

Savita was adjudged the Sportswoman of the Year (Team Sports) at the 2022 Sportstar Aces Awards at the Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai on Saturday.

Timothee Clement’s roar has left a mark on me, says India’s Vivek Prasad

Yashodhan Nakhare speaks to India’s rising star in a pivotal year for the senior national team

Vivek Prasad with his FIH youth award PIC: Hockey India

Out of defeat comes the drive. For Vivek Prasad, it is the sight of an inspired opposition captain which will long live in the memory, one which came on home soil in India’s bronze medal defeat at the Junior World Cup against France.

Winners and gainers in WMHL

By Jugjet Singh

WHILE Negri Sembilan won the League and KPT-UniTen Thunderbolts took the Vivian May Soars Cup, the biggest winners in the Women's Malaysia Hockey League (WMHL) were 20 Under-21 players.

Strathmore coach Senge cautions his charges against laxity

By  Agnes Makhandia

Strathmore University women’s team coach Meshack Senge has warned his players against complacency as the Kenya Hockey Union (KHU) Premier League gathers momentum.

Butali Warriors ready to jog to another league title

By Washington Onyango

Butali Sugar Warriors in a warm-up session before facing Green Sharks in a hockey Premier League match at City Park, on Saturday. [Jonah Onyango, Standard]

Despite not playing hockey for the past two years, Butali Sugar Warriors are ready to march to the championship once again.

Strathmore University lead KHU Premier League

By Washington Onyango

Strathmore University's Jeriah Onsare (left) and Pauline Ochieng of Wolverines during Premier league match at City Park Hockey Stadium on Saturday, March 19, 2022. [Jonah Onyango, Standard]

Strathmore University Scorpions maintained their perfect start to the 2022 Kenya Hockey Union (KHU) Women’s Premier League season after narrowly edging out Dutch Flower Group Wolverines 1-0 in on Saturday.

WAP, St Paul's take Gravity Cup hockey titles

by Helge Schütz

Owen Hatton of Windhoek Gymnasium in action against Richter van Rooyen of WAP. Photo: Helge Schütz

WINDHOEK Afrikaans Privaat School (WAP) and St Paul's College took the hockey titles at the Namib Poultry Gravity Cup at Wanderers Sports Club over the weekend.

Weatherhead Hockey Club to get permanent home

The club that has been in existence for 25 years has produced many hockey players despite not having a permanent home.

Charles Lwanga

Brian Atuhire (left) from Innovation Consorsotium hands over a dummy cheque to Stephen Jjuuko, the chairman of Weatherhead

Uganda’s Weatherhead Hockey Club has started plans to have a home.

Cala Edinburgh and Grange are U16 Cup winners

This season’s U16 National Club Cup finals provided a thrilling day’s youth hockey at sunny Peffermill. Congratulations to Cala Edinburgh boys and Grange girls for being crowned champions in two superb finals.

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