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News for 20 April 2022

All the news for Wednesday 20 April 2022

Paul Revington Appointed Head Coach Of Great Britain and England Men's Teams

England and Great Britain Hockey are delighted to confirm the appointment of Paul Revington as Head Coach of the England and Great Britain men’s teams.

Paul Revington unveiled as GB and England Hockey men’s coach

Paul Revington rejoins England and GB Hockey

A “privileged” Paul Revington was unveiled as England and Great Britain’s new men’s coach on Tuesday.

Egara delight home fans with epic men’s EHL Cup final win over Mannheim

Club Egara delighted their home fans as they landed the men’s ABN AMRO EHL Cup at Pla del Bon Aire with a thrilling 4-3 win over Mannheimer HC in the final.

EHL Board confirms format for 2022/23 edition

The Euro Hockey League board is pleased to announce the format for the 2022/23 edition of the EHL, the world’s premier club hockey competition.

MHC aim for Asia's top four

By Jugjet Singh

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Hockey Confederation (MHC) have big plans for their women's team starting with the Hangzhou Asian Games on Sept 10-25.

How Bichu Devi Kharibam Has Emerged as an Exciting Goalkeeping Option Alongside Savita Punia!

There is no shortage of discussion on the Indian women’s hockey team having an able goalkeeping option in Bichu Devi Kharibam alongside first-choice goalkeeper and Indian captain Savita Punia. The 21-year-old goalkeeper, who hails from Manipur, but learned and honed all her hockey lessons at the Gwalior-based Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy (MPHA), was magnificent at the 9th Junior Women’s World Cup in South Africa. She will always remembered for helping India pulling off a famous 2-1 win over former champions Germany in the league phase – the Germans had 22 shots at the Indian goal but found a rock in the form of Bichu Devi. She conceded just one goal in the league phase of the Junior Women’s World Cup before the law of averages caught up with her in the semfinal and the bronze medal play-off tie.

How Indian hockey team failed on big day to lose medal at Junior Women's World Cup

Indervir Grewal

India did well to top the group and enter the semis, where they lost to the Netherlands. fih

In the end, it wasn’t meant to be a repeat of 2013. Nine years after breaking the English hearts in the third-place shootout, it was India’s turn to feel the sting of losing in the tie-breaker, and see the bronze medal slip from their hands. In the 2013 edition, India won their first medal at the Junior Women’s World Cup. This time, England left with their first medal at the tournament.

Kate and Helen Richardson-Walsh top career longevity table

Kate Richardson-Walsh has pipped wife Helen by one day after being revealed as having the longest career of any Great Britain hockey athlete.

Vale Sandy Pisani OAM

Hockey Australia is mourning the passing of adored former Hockeyroo and dual Olympian Sandy Pisani who lost her battle with cancer at the age of 63.

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