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News for 30 April 2022

All the news for Saturday 30 Apri 2022

Asia Cup here we come

By Jugjet Singh

National coach Arul Selvaraj (right) and his boys will be competing in the Asia Cup in Jakarta on May 23-June 1.

AFTER the hockey lessons Down Under, the national team are now focused on showing their true stripes in the Asia Cup in Jakarta on May 23-June 1.

We are headed in right direction: women's hockey coach Schopman ahead of World Cup

The World Cup will be held in Terrassa, Spain and Amstelveen, the Netherlands from July 1 to 17.

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

Aiming to "maximise" the pace of her side's game in the coming months, Indian women's hockey team chief coach Janneke Schopman said the recent FIH Pro League matches were ideal preparation for the team in the run up to the upcoming World Cup.

‘Humiliation’: Belgian hockey season in limbo as Royal Leopold punished over visa fiasco

By Rod Gilmour

Argentina international Agustina Albertarrio, centre, has played in Belgium this season PIC: Agustina Albertarrio/Instagram

Just days before the league play-offs, top Belgian side Royal Leopold have been handed a severe punishment from its national governing body after illegally using tourist visas for overseas players across its men’s and women’s top sides, a verdict the club on Friday labelled as a “humiliation”.

South African Under 21 IPT -  And then there were two

After 5 days of action, we are down to a top two in both men’s and women’s tournaments.

Marissa Langeni steps down as CEO of SA Hockey

South African Hockey Chief Executive Officer Marissa Langeni has announced her resignation from the role after serving for just short of 13 years. She will depart the role on the 1 May to take up a new opportunity.

Marcano, Browne end UK hockey season with loss

by Nigel Simon

Former T&T international hockey player Kwandwane Browne.

T&T duo, Teague Marcano and Kwandwane Browne both failed to get among the goals as Hampstead & Westminster ended the 2021/2022 England Men’s Hockey League Premier Division “Top Six” competition with a 4-2 loss to dethroned champions Surbiton on Saturday.

Sam Ward Raises Awareness For Breast Cancer

Sam Ward, England and Great Britain forward, sets out to raise awareness for Breast Cancer after his mother was diagnosed with stage 1 breast cancer and had to undergo surgery.

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