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News for 24 April 2022

All the news for Sunday 24 April 2022

2021-22 FIH Hockey Pro League - 24 April

Cenard, Buenos Aires

All time GMT-3

23 Apr 2022 16:00     ARG v RSA (RR)     4 - 3
24 Apr 2022 16:00     ARG v RSA (RR)    

Men's Pool Standings


Chapel Hill, Universtiy of North Carolina

All times GMT -5

23 Apr 2022 14:00     USA v ENG (RR)     1 - 3
24 Apr 2022 14:00     USA v ENG (RR)    

Women's Pool Standings

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FIH Match Centre

England women put three past USA, Argentina men hold on in thriller with South Africa

After a very even and scoreless opening half England was able to capitalize and take down the United States, 3-1, in North Carolina. Holly Pearne-Webb and Grace Balsdon capitalized from penalty corners while Elena Rayer, also named Player of the match, tallied on a brilliant deflection for England. Despite the score line both teams had quality opportunities. It was a bright moment for USA captain Amanda Magadan celebrating her 100th international at home, while both teams were able to give some youngsters an opportunity to get some experience including several just returned from the FIH Junior World Cup.

England women cruise as Argentina men survive scare in FIH Pro League

By Vimal Sankar

Grace Balsdon scored for England against the United States ©Getty Images

England women made up for a scoreless opening half by beating the United States 3-1 in the International Hockey Federation (FIH) Pro League at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.

Tremendous Effort from South Africa falls just short in Argentinean defeat

South Africa continued their inaugural debut campaign in the FIH Pro League in Buenos Aires as they took on Argentina. South Africa are participating in the tournament for this season only as a stand-in for Australia who had withdrawn due to COVID Related travel restrictions.  

Clinical England Down USA To Open Pro League Account

England earned their first points of the FIH Pro League season with an emphatic 3-1 victory over USA.

Missed Chances as USWNT Falls to England in FIH Hockey Pro League

Images Taken by Mark Palczewski

CHAPEL HILL, N.C – For the first time in more than 800 days, the No. 15 U.S. Women’s National Team hosted an FIH Hockey Pro League game in the United States at Karen Shelton Stadium on the campus of the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. After a scoreless first half, No. 4 England tallied two in the third and another in the fourth before USA came back to cut the margin in the final minute but fell 3-1.

Saturday’s contest marked a career milestone

USA athlete Amanda Magadan (Randolph, N.J.) who played in her 100th international cap for Team USA.

England beat USA 3-1 for first win of 2022 FIH Pro League season

Hollie Pearne-Webb opened the scoring in the 35th minute

England earned their first victory of the FIH Pro League season in the first match of their double header against the USA in North Carolina.

2022 Test matches AUS v MAS (M) - 24 April

Perth (AUS)

All times GMT +8

23 Apr 2022 16:00     AUS v MAS     3 - 0
24 Apr 2022 16:00     AUS v MAS     7 - 0
26 Apr 2022 18:30     AUS v MAS    
28 Apr 2022 12:00     AUS v MAS    

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FIH Match Centre

Three debut in Kookaburras’ series opening win over Malaysia

Debutants James Collins, Craig Marais and Ky Willott have become the latest in the distinguished list of those to represent Australia’s national men’s hockey team as the Kookaburras recorded a 3-0 win against Malaysia in Perth.

Malaysia fall to World No 1 Australia in first Test

By Jugjet Singh

-Courtesy pic

KUALA LUMPUR: World No 11 Malaysia lost 3-0 to World No 1 Australia in the first of their four Test hockey series in Perth today.

Malaysia come a cropper after conceding early goal

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia ended up on the losing end in their opening hockey match of their Australian Tour when they were whipped 3-0 at the Perth Hockey Stadium in Bentley yesterday.

Pakistan hockey team starts training in Belgium

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan hockey team that reached the Netherlands late Friday, started training sessions in Belgium before playing their first Test against Netherlands.

Nottingham tram NET revealed as title sponsor for Masters Hockey World Cups

The Masters World Cup in England has landed Nottingham’s tram network as a title sponsor for this summer’s event, adding to the growing stature of the masters’ game.

North Men Sweep as South Women win their series   

The 2022 Sentinel Homes has come to close in Hamilton after three days of competitive hockey in front of vibrant local crowds.

Uni Of Exeter Seal Survival As Wimbledon Claim Second Spot In Dramatic Final Day

Credit: Debbie Christopher

A thrilling final day of action in the Men’s Premier Division saw University of Exeter avoid relegation with victory, while Wimbledon secured second spot in the table.

Wimbledon seal European hockey spot as Old Georgians celebrate title success

By Rod Gilmour

Weybridge — Just like the league table, Wimbledon coach Karl Stagno couldn’t watch the closing moments of their final quest for Europe. He needn’t have worried. Sam Ward’s low corner flick was the last hit of the champion’s season. The whistle left Wimbledon joining them on the continent.

Insta, Pembroke, Lisnagarvey and Banbridge through to EY Champions Trophy finals

Dramatic late goals were the order of the day as both Catholic Institute and Lisnagarvey scored in the last 10 seconds of their EY Champions Trophy semi-finals to reach Sunday’s decider.

Western take the Scottish men`s Premiership title in style in a big weekend of Premiership action

Western Wildcats took the men`s Premiership title for the first time since 2004 following a 7-2 win over Grange at Auchenhowie today, they now have an unassailable eight point lead and retain their season`s unbeaten record. Meanwhile in the women`s competition Edinburgh University moved level with Clydesdale Western in the race for the runners-up spot and a place in Europe next season.

Western Wildcats and Watsonians take Premiership titles

Western Wildcats coach Vishal Marwaha hailed a “grand occasion” as they became men’s Premiership champions for the first time since 2004.

Govt to build 9 more astro turfs in hockey push

Bhubaneswar: With Odisha set to host the Men’s FIH Hockey World Cup in January next year, the Naveen govt is leaving no   stone unturned to ramp up the state’s sports infrastructure. As part of this effort, it has decided to set up astro turfs at nine more places in six districts, apart from the state’s hockey cradle Sundargarh, where 17 such facilities are already being created.

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