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News for 21 April 2022

All the news for Thursday 21 April 2022

Medal-Winning Junior Trio Added to Senior Squad for Women's Games in USA

Three players from England’s bronze medal-winning Junior World Cup squad have been rewarded with places in the full senior squad for this weekend’s FIH Hockey Pro League games away to USA.

Jackson in Argentina for FIH Hockey Pro League

Thando Mgedezi

Former Queen’s College Boys High School learner, Le-Neal Jackson, is representing South Africa in Argentina this weekend. Photo:SUPPLIED

FORMER Queen’s College Boys High School learner Le-Neal Jackson is one of South African men’s hockey team players that travelled to Argentina to play the 2016 Olympic champions in two tests on Saturday and Sunday, April 23 and 24.

Qualification pathway approved for Paris 2024

Lausanne, Switzerland: The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has approved the qualification pathway for the Paris 2024 Olympic hockey tournaments, as submitted by the International Hockey Federation (FIH). Consequently, the qualification process per gender will be as follows:

South Africa provides springboard to success

Jip Dicke scored 13 goals to top the goal scoring table at the FIH Women’s Junior World Cup in Potchefstroom. Close behind her was teammate Luna Fokke, who sent nine of her 11 goals into the net from penalty corners.

Revington appointed head coach of England and Britain men’s hockey teams

By Eliott Brennan

Paul Revington replaces Danny Kerry following his 17 years at the helm ©Getty Images

Paul Revington has been appointed as the new head coach of the England and Britain men’s hockey teams.

PHF finalises Umar-led national hockey team for Europe tour

LAHORE – Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) on Wednesday finalised the 20-member national hockey team for the tour of Europe and the federation will announced the team today (Thursday), it has been learnt.

Black Sticks women's hockey striker Tyler Lench beats injury double whammy

Merryn Anderson

After overcoming two major knee injuries back-to-back, Tyler Lench is ready to make her mark on the Black Sticks.
BW Media/LockerRoom

After a long stint on the sidelines, the Black Sticks’ hectic schedule over the next four months doesn’t faze Tyler Lench.

Men's League Preview: Final Round of Fixtures This Weekend

With the final weekend of Men's Premier Division fixtures upon us, Rod Gilmour from The Hockey Paper gives a run down of what's at stake at the tail end of the campaign.

Pegasus end in eighth at EHL FINALS with Three Rock sixth in EHL CUP

AMSTELVEEN Euro Hockey League Finals 2021-2022 Pegasus v Surbiton HC Picture: Taite Doherty. WORLDSPORTPICS COPYRIGHT FRANK UIJLENBROEK

Pegasus finished their maiden Euro Hockey League campaign on an upbeat note despite back-to-back defeats as Katie McKee scored a first Irish goal in the elite competition in the dying moments against England’s Surbiton.

Comer Brothers hooked on backing Hockey in the West of Ireland.  

John Caulfield, Galway United Manager; Aisling Keogh, Connacht Hockey; Luke Comer, Comer Brothers and Johnathan Corbett of Galway United

Hockey in the west of Ireland is set for a huge boost with the Comer Group proposing to build a centre of excellence for the sport at the Mountain South venue which is located just outside of Athenry.

Standard Bank extends hockey sponsorship

by Helge Schütz

Freddy Mwiya of the Namibia Sport Commission, Erwin Handura of the Hockey School of Excellence, Jo-Ann Manuel of the ministry of sport, Sindano Nekundi of Standard Bank Namibia and Ronaldo Kapuire of the Hockey School of Excellence. Photo: Helge Schütz

STANDARD Bank Namibia yesterday renewed its commitment to hockey development when it extended its junior hockey development programme with a further N$500 000 sponsorship.

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