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News for 25 April 2022

All the news for Monday 25 April 2022

2021-22 FIH Hockey Pro League - 25 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)     2 - 2 ( 2 - 1 SO)

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)     2 - 2 ( 1 - 3 SO)

Women's Pool Standings

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FIH Match Centre

Keepers on display in shoot-out wins for England women over USA, Argentina men over South Africa

It was a dazzling performance by hosts USA who were leading 2-0 over England after a solid performance a day earlier that was only lacking quality finish. Fourth quarter goals from each of England’s Pippa Lock and Sophie Hamilton tied the game 2-2 to force shootouts. Despite the loss, USA netminder Kelsey Bing was outstanding and earned Player of the Match. Ellie Rayer, Isabelle Petter and Hamilton tallied for England to earn the extra point after a 3-1 shoot-out win.

England stage terrific comeback to win shoot-out against US in FIH Hockey Pro League

By Michael Houston

England's hockey team snatched a victory away from the US in North Carolina ©Getty Images

England scored two late goals before winning a shoot-out against the United States in the women's International Hockey Federation (FIH) Pro League, at Chapel Hill at the University of North Carolina.

South Africa win first FIH Pro League point in Argentina draw

South Africa secured their first ever FIH Pro League point in a remarkable 2-2 draw with Argentina. Losing out on the full house of points by losing 2-1 in a shootout. The result is the first time the South Africans have not tasted defeat against Argentina in 11 years.

England Roar Back To Claim Shootout Spoils Over USA

England staged a rousing comeback from two goals down to claim two points in the second of a double game weekend against USA.

USWNT Earns FIH Hockey Pro League Point But Drops Shootout to England

Images Taken by Mark Palczewski

CHAPEL HILL, N.C – In their second meeting of the FIH Hockey Pro League at Karen Shelton Stadium on the campus of the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, the No. 15 U.S. Women’s National Team came out on the front foot against No. 4 England. USA held a 2-0 lead at the half but England used a two-goal fourth quarter to tie the match and force it into a shootout. The visitors earned the extra point after finishing 3-1 after the five rounds.

England women earn first points after USA trip

England came back strongly in their second game PIC: England Hockey/FIH

England women came away from their Pro League double header against the USA with their first set of points in this year’s competition

England stage dramatic comeback against USA before winning shootout

Ellie Rayer scored the winner in the shootout

England came back from two goals down to take two points against the United States in their second FIH Pro League meeting in two days.

2022 Test matches AUS v MAS (M) - 25 April

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

Kookaburras put seven past Malaysia in dominant display

Jack Welch and Blake Govers both struck twice and debutant Ben Rennie kept a clean sheet to steer the Kookaburras to a 7-0 rout of Malaysia in the second match of their series in Perth.

Schopman looking to build on good run ahead of Pro League and World Cup

The team has commenced its preparations for the final set of Pro League matches next month as well as the women's World Cup, scheduled to begin on July 1 in Spain and Netherlands.

Indian women’s hockey team coach Janneke Schopman.   -  BISWARANJAN ROUT

The Indian women's hockey team will be focussing on increasing its level of fitness and speed, according to chief coach Janneke Schopman, who is hopeful the side can build upon its recent successful run in next month's FIH Pro League matches and the upcoming World Cup.

Ex-Pakistan captain Ghazanfar joins Ghana hockey as head coach

LAHORE: Former Pakistan hockey captain Olympian Ghazanfar Ali has joined the Ghana hockey team as its head coach.

‘It went in!’: Season-ending controversy as Loughborough denied goal

The Vitality Women’s Premier Division season ended in controversial and unsatisfactory fashion on Saturday when a seemingly legitimate penalty stroke was ruled by the umpires.

Lisnagarvey in dreamland with part two of potential treble

Daniel Nelson and James Milliken combined to send Lisnagarvey into raptures as they broke home Havelock Park hearts with a shoot-out win over Banbridge in the men’s EY Champions Trophy final.

Brilliant Pembroke land their first ever women’s EY Champions Trophy title

Pembroke produced a perfect all-round team performance to add a first EY Champions Trophy title to the regular season crown to the regular season league title won a month ago.

Edinburgh University noses in front in women’s European position race

Edinburgh University moved a point ahead of Clydesdale Western in the bid to secure the runners-up spot in the women’s Premiership and the second European place after drawing 2-2 with champions Watsonians at Peffermill today.

South African Under 21 IPT

After a three-year break, U21 IPT gets underway in Gqeberha

On the 13 April 2019, Sheldon Supra and Guy Morgan scored to give the Northern Blues a come from behind victory over the Western Province U21 side to claim the national U21 IPT title at the Randburg Astro. The Southern Gauteng U21 Women were also victorious on that day triumphing by the same score-line over North West.

Searching for Shahrukh: A 1948 hockey love story

The daughter of one of India's 1948 Olympics gold medallists traces a former Pakistani teammate-turned-opponent who saved their lives during Partition.

Indian hockey players RS Gentle, Nandy Singh and Keshav Dutt (left) in a photo from 1948 which brought tears to Shahrukh's (right) eyes

When Lahore-based Shahzada Syed Shahrukh, former vice-captain of undivided India's hockey team and then of the Pakistan national team, saw a photo of his old teammate Keshav Dutt living in his late 80s in Kolkata a few years ago, he broke down in tears.

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