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News for 24 August 2022

All the news for Wednesday 24 August 2022

EuroHockey Championship Qualifiers - 24 August
EuroHockey Championship Qualifier B 2022 Men
Calais, France


EuroHockey Championship Qualifier C 2022 Men
Vienna, Austria

Pool Standings

Rank Team Played Wins Draws Losses Goals For Goals Against Goal Difference Points
1 Austria 1 1 0 0 5 3 2 3
1 Italy 1 1 0 0 5 3 2 3
3 Croatia 1 0 0 1 3 5 -2 0
3 Ukraine 1 0 0 1 3 5 -2 0

EuroHockey Championship Qualifier D 2022 Men
Glasgow, Scotland


EuroHockey Championship Qualifier D 2022 Women
Dunkirk, France


FIH Match Centre

Irish men look to take down France in Euro qualifiers

Jonny Lynch, Luke Witherow, Callum Robson and Nick Page will make their ranking tournament debuts as Ireland’s men begin their EuroHockey Championship qualifiers in Calais on Wednesday with a first ever meeting with Lithuania (world ranked 61st).

Wales receive sponsor boost ahead of men’s Hockey World Cup 2023

Study in Wales has been confirmed as the lead sponsor of Wales men as they prepare to compete in the 2023 FIH Hockey World Cup for the first time in their history.

Katie Mullan: Qualifying for Euro finals 'a huge relief', says Ireland captain

Ireland captain Katie Mullan says her team has a "very exciting" future after reaching next year's EuroHockey Championship.

England Make It A Clean Sweep Of Master’s World Cup Titles In Nottingham

Ten days of superb hockey culminated in final’s day on Sunday at the Nottingham Hockey Centre and it was the home nation’s squads who won out across all four competitions.

FIH Hockey Pro League 2022-2023: Venues and timings confirmed!

Lausanne, Switzerland: The International Hockey Federation (FIH) and the FIH Hockey Pro League participating nations are glad to confirm as below the venues that will be used for the fourth season of FIH’s global league for national teams - ‘Hockey at its Best’ – which will run from 28 October 2022 to 5 July 2023:

Newcastle and Hobart to host ‘home’ FIH Pro League matches

The long awaited return of the Kookaburras and Hockeyroos to the International Hockey Federation (FIH) Pro League will see matches played in Newcastle and Hobart in Season 4 of the prestigious global competition.

Top flight International Hockey returns to NZ

Hockey New Zealand (HNZ) is delighted to announce the return of international hockey competition to our shores after what will have been a three year hiatus.

Black Sticks boosted by return of international hockey to New Zealand

The Black Sticks women will play international games in Wellington and Christchurch next year. Mark Kolbe/Getty Images

For the first time in three years, the Black Sticks will take on a country other than Australia in New Zealand.

Rourkela added as second Indian host city

Bhubaneswar’s Kalinga Stadium, which will host most of the matches of the World Cup, is the other Indian venue which will stage FIH Pro League games.

FILE PHOTO: Indian and German players before their matches in the FIH Men’s Hockey Pro League match at the Kalinga hockey stadium in Bhubaneswar. T | Photo Credit: THE HINDU

Odisha’s Rourkela was on Tuesday added as the second Indian venue, besides Bhubaneswar, for the upcoming FIH Pro League season beginning in October with the matches to be held at the stadium built to host the men’s World Cup in January.

Update on EOI process for High Performance Centre of Excellence

Hockey Australia (HA) advises the process to determine the future ‘High Performance Centre of Excellence’ in Australia is progressing in accordance with the foreshadowed timetable, with an intention of making a decision and public announcement by the end of this year.

Rivals bid to end hockey hub in Perth

By Murray Wenzel

Five associations are bidding to house Hockey Australia's high-performance and admin hub after 2024. (Andrew Cornaga/AAP PHOTOS)

Four rivals are bidding to unseat Perth as the home of Australia's world-class hockey program in what would be a 40-year shake-up to follow the Paris Olympics.

Hockey trials under PM Youth Talent Hunt begin

PESHAWAR: Hockey trials under Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif Youth Talent Hunt Programme kicked off in Pakistan on Tuesday.

Coach challenges Division Two teams to prove themselves

By Jugjet Singh

National Juniors coach Megat Azrafiq wants Kuala Lumpur City Hall (KLCH) and Bukit Jallil Sports School (BJSS) Juniors to show what they are made of when they play in the Overall title quarter-finals against Division One teams on Wednesday. -NSTP file pic

KUALA LUMPUR: National Juniors coach Megat Azrafiq has issued a challenge to two Division Two teams in the Malaysian Junior Hockey League (JHL).

‘Devastated’: Stafford lose hockey pitch to 3G ahead of new season

The future of Stafford’s oldest sports club is under threat, with the hockey club forced to find a new ‘home’ pitch after another 3G hammer blow.

Year on, Indian hockey players await govt jobs

Olympian Hardik says met CM 3 months ago, but no response

Indian hockey players address mediapersons in Jalandhar on Tuesday. Photo: Malkiat Singh

Indian Hockey players today expressed disappointment with the government for not giving them jobs.

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