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News for 23 April 2022

All the news for Saturday 23 April 2022

2021-22 FIH Hockey Pro League - 23 April


Cenard, Buenos Aires

All time GMT-3

23 Apr 2022 16:00     ARG v RSA (RR)    
24 Apr 2022 16:00     ARG v RSA (RR)    


Chapel Hill, Universtiy of North Carolina

All times GMT -5

23 Apr 2022 14:00     USA v ENG (RR)    
24 Apr 2022 14:00     USA v ENG (RR)    

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Men's and women's Hockey Pro League seasons set to continue

By Leticia Bila

The International Hockey Federation Pro League is scheduled to start tomorrow ©Getty Images

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) Pro League is due to continue tomorrow with host nation Argentina facing 2016 Olympic champions South Africa at CeNARD Sports Complex in Buenos Aires.

FIH Hockey Pro League Scouting Report: UWNT vs. England

In anticipation of the U.S. Women's National Team's upcoming FIH Hockey Pro League matches, here is a scouting report you’ll want to review before the starting whistle.

2022 Test matches AUS v MAS (M) - 23 April
Perth (AUS)

23 Apr 2022 16:00     AUS v MAS
24 Apr 2022 16:00     AUS v MAS    
26 Apr 2022 18:30     AUS v MAS    
28 Apr 2022 12:00     AUS v MAS    

Live streaming and full game replay on the Watch Hockey App (May be Geo blocked if there is TV coverage)

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Arul wants his team to pick up a thing or two from quick thinking Aussies


PETALING JAYA: Quick feet versus quick thinking. That’s how Malaysia coach A. Arulselvraj describes Malaysia’s encounter against world No. 1 side Australia in a four-match test series starting today in Perth.

Revington's 'unfinished business' in Malaysia

By Jugjet Singh

Paul Revington. - NSTP file pic

KUALA LUMPUR: Two years ago, when Paul Revington signed with the Malaysian Hockey Confederation (MHC) for the second time, the South African said he had "unfinished business" here to finish.

SA Hockey appoint SA Indoor Men Coaches

South African Hockey announce the appointment of Justin Rosenberg and Cameron Mackay as the Head Coach and Assistant Coach of the SA Indoor Hockey Men respectively. The two who had been appointed to their roles for the FIH Indoor Hockey World Cup in Belgium before it was cancelled due to the global pandemic. They oversaw South Africa’s 2-0 victory over Namibia in December in the Indoor African Series.

Tsoanelo Pholo announced as Head Coach of SA Hockey 5s Women

South African Hockey has today confirmed the appointed of Tsoanelo Pholo as the first ever Head Coach of the SA Hockey 5’s Women. Pholo is a former South African international who represented her country at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games as well as both the outdoor (Madrid 2006) and indoor (Vienna 2007) World Cup competitions

Continent’s top ranked team to directly qualify for the 2023 FIH Jr World Cups

S2H Team

Argentina and India have helped their respective continents’ cause by finishing in the top-five bracket at the last FIH Men’s Junior World Cup in Bhubaneswar, India, in December 2021 and the FIH Women’s World Cup in Potschefstroom, South Africa, in April 2022.

'We had the medal in our grasp': The 'one mistake' that cost India at the Junior Hockey World Cup

India’s junior hockey team vice-captain Ishika Chaudhary and star striker Mumtaz Khan recount the heartbreaking final moments of the World Cup bronze medal match.

By Dipankar Lahiri

Ishika Chaudhary (centre) rallies the Indian defence at the Junior Hockey World Cup (Hockey India)

With less than 100 seconds left before the final hooter, India's 2-1 lead over England seemed to have been enough for a bronze medal at the recent Junior Hockey World Cup.

Never got the respect I thought I deserved: Junior hockey star Mumtaz Khan

Indian striker Mumtaz Khan stole the show at the recent Junior Hockey World Cup with her 8 goals. But despite the newfound star status, life remains the same for the 19-year-old who stays in a one-room house with 7 others.

By Dipankar Lahiri

Mumtaz Khan was congratulated by PM Narendra Modi after her 2018 Youth Olympics performance. (Twitter/NarendraModi)

Mumtaz Khan has come home to a rapturous welcome after stealing all the headlines with her eight goals at the recent Junior Hockey World Cup, but her sadness remains.

Watsonians are Scottish women’s Premiership champions

Watsonians have been knocking on the door of silverware for a few years now, but last night the door opened and Keith Smith`s charges were confirmed as women’s champions after beating their nearest rivals Clydesdale Western 3-0 at Titwood.

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