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News for 26 June 2022

All the news for Sunday 26 June 2022

2021-22 FIH Hockey Pro League - 26 June
HC Den Bosch

All times GMT +2


25 Jun 2022 16:30     NED v ESP (RR)     4 - 3
26 Jun 2022 16:00     NED v ESP (RR)    

Men's Pool standings

25 Jun 2022 11:30     USA v BEL (RR)     0 - 5
25 Jun 2022 14:00     CHN v GER (RR)    3 - 0

26 Jun 2022 11:00     USA v BEL (RR)    
26 Jun 2022 13:30     CHN v GER (RR)    

Women's Pool standings

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FIH Match Centre

Netherlands men continue to dazzle; China and Belgium women keep racking up wins

The penultimate day of action in the FIH Pro League dealt up three matches that were all very different in nature. Belgium Red Panthers put a disappointing first half performance behind them to rack up a 5-0 win over USA, while China women continued to rebuild under their new leadership team as they enjoyed a comfortable victory over a very inexperienced German side. The intensity ramped up in HC Den Bosch when the new FIH Pro League champions Netherlands men and the unpredictable Spanish team treated the spectators to a display of pacy, intense, sometimes dazzling and sometimes chaotic hockey.

Strong Scoring Performance Gives Belgium Win Over USWNT in First FIH Hockey Pro League Meeting

Images Taken by World Sports Pics & FIH

DEN BOSCH, Netherlands – At the HC’s-Hertogenbosch in The Netherlands, the No. 15 U.S. Women’s National Team took on No. 6 Belgium in their first meeting of the FIH Hockey Pro League. Scoreless after the first quarter, the Red Panthers used a strong scoring performance in the final period to claim a 5-0 win.

2022 4 Nations Men's Invitational Tournament (Zagreb) - 26 June

All times GMT +2

24 Jun 2022 18:00     HUN v SLO (RR)     4 - 1
24 Jun 2022 20:00     CRO v SRB (RR)     4 - 1

25 Jun 2022 14:00     SRB v HUN (RR)     2 - 3
25 Jun 2022 16:00     CRO v SLO (RR)     5 - 0 Forfeit - not enough players

26 Jun 2022 11:00     SLO v SRB (RR)     0 - 5 Forfeitt - not enough players
26 Jun 2022 13:00     CRO v HUN (RR)   

Pool standings

FIH Match Centre

Veteran Sushila excited to finally fulfill her WC dream

Arnab Lall Seal

Sushila Chanu Pukhrambam. (Photo by Buda Mendes/Getty Images)

Sushila Chanu Pukhrambam has been with the Indian women's hockey team for a very long time.

U23 5 Nations Tournament 2022 final: Indian junior women’s hockey team set to go up against the Netherlands

By Chitrangada Dc

Indian junior women’s hockey team set to go up against the Netherlands Dublin, June 25: The Indian junior women's hockey team is all set to take on the Netherlands in the final of the Uniphar U23 5 Nations Tournament on Sunday (June 26) in Dublin (Ireland).

Another good performance by Scots U21 men but USA seniors take the win

Scotland U21 men went down 5-3 to the USA senior squad in the second match of the series at Uddingston as they continue their preparation for the EuroHockey Championships in Ghent next month.

Narrow defeat for Scotland U21 women away to England

Scotland U21 women lost 3-2 in a very close match away to England as the Scots prepare for U21 EuroHockey Championships in Ghent.

Scotland Emerging squads entertain England at Peffermill

In the first contest of the day Scotland Emerging Boys lost a tight match against England 1-0 at Peffermill.

Eddie Ockenden to lead Australia into fourth Games

Eddie Ockenden will lead Australia into his fourth Commonwealth Games in Birmingham as the Kookaburras attempt to continue their monopoly on the men’s event.

Pahang boys, Penang girls crowned national U-16 champions

By Jugjet Singh

Penang girls celebrate their win in the National Under-16 tournament at National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil today. - Pic courtesy of MHC

KUALA LUMPUR: Pahang were crowned champions in the boys' event of the National Under-16 tournament at National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil today.

Butali Warriors, Kenya Police battle for top spot continues on Sunday

By Washington Onyango

Butali Sugar Hockey team warming down during Premier League match against Parklands team at City Park stadium on Saturday, Nov 23, 2019. [Jonah Onyango, Standard]

Defending champions Butali Warriors will be seeking to consolidate their lead at the top of the Kenya Hockey Union (KHU) Men’s Premier League on Sunday when they face Wazalendo at City Park Stadium.

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