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News for 29 March 2022

All the news for Tuesday 29 March 2022

Men's Squad Named For India Matches; Women Unable To Travel

England’s men have announced their squad for the upcoming FIH Hockey Pro League matches away to India.

England women's squad unable to travel to India

Hollie Pearne-Webb travelled to Argentina for England's opening two FIH Hockey Pro League games last month

England's men have announced their squad for their FIH Hockey Pro League matches against India - but the women's squad is unable to travel.

Indian Forwardline Will Rely Heavily on Navneet Kaur for Pro League Ties against Netherlands

The Indian women hockey team’s forwardline will depleted to a large extent for the Pro League matches against the Netherlands. The Indian hockey eves have been operating in all the games since the Tokyo Olympics without their regular captain Rani Rampal, who is still recovering from a prolonged hamstring injury. The country’s most capped women hockey player – Vandana Katariya (258 international caps under her belt) – will also not be available for the games vs England, having sustained an ankle fracture during the Pro League tie against Spain and had missed the double-headers against Germany.

Junior Green Army finally en route for Junior World Cup adventure in South Africa

Ireland’s Under-21 women’s side have finally departed this week for the refixed Junior World Cup in Potchefstroom in South Africa with the tournament getting under way on Friday at the Northwest University.

Rivalries renewed as top players to compete in North v South series

Vantage Black Sticks (VBS) players will get the opportunity to test their mettle for the first time in 2022.

Tenaga to face THT in TNB Cup final

By Jugjet Singh

THT players celebrate scoring against UiTM HA in the TNB Cup semi-final, first-leg match at National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil today. - Pic courtesy of MHC.

KUALA LUMPUR: Tenaga Nasional reached the final of the TNB Cup when they defeated Maybank 6-3 on aggregate following a 5-1 semi-final return leg win at the National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil today.

With a firm grip on the stick, Strathmore maintain top spot

By Washington Onyango

Strathmore University's Gily Okumu in a Premier league match at City Park, on March 19. [Jonah Onyango, Standard]

Strathmore University hockey teams showed up to play over the weekend after dominating the Kenya Hockey Union (KHU) Premier League, which is slowly gathering pace.

How can we ensure our Premier Division sides are better reflective of all of England?

Hockey is played all over the UK but concentration of talent impacts game’s image to detriment of all, writes ALASTAIR WHATLEY

Coverage of our top flight continues to dwindle as continental rivals prospe.r Beeston captain Adam Dixon (l) and East Grinstead's David Condon (c) Ady Kerry

With upwards of a thousand members split across mens, womens and juniors, club communications, as secretary, is an important and often daunting job.

Waiting game to train on new turf in Ferozepur goes on

Anirudh Gupta

The turf hasn't been in use due to unavailability of power supply for watering it.

For the budding hockey players here, the wait for a synthetic turf might be over. The work to lay the turf was recently completed at the new hockey stadium here. However, the dream to play on the synthetic turf — ignited over eight years ago — will not yet be realised.

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