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News for 21 September 2022

All the news for Wednesday 21 September  2022

FIH Pro League will be good test ahead of Hockey World Cup 2023: Mandeep Singh

Indian forward Mandeep on Tuesday said the upcoming Pro League will be a platform to "test" themselves ahead of the FIH World Cup.

Star Indian forward Mandeep Singh on Tuesday said the upcoming Pro League will be a perfect platform to "test" themselves ahead of the marquee FIH World Cup, set to be held in Odisha next year.

What is Next for the Three Home Nations Squads

With 5 out of the 6 Home Nation Squads competing at EuroHockey Championships Qualifiers, it is time for the squads to become one in preparation for the FIH Pro League which starts in November. The men’s squad have already started training and the women’s squad are due to return to training early October.

Nawaz to represent South Africa-Alliance in Men’s Hockey World Cup

LAHORE -Pakistan-born hockey player from Austria Nawaz Rana will represent South Africa-Alliance Men’s hockey team in the forthcoming Men’s Hockey World Cup scheduled to take place from October 1 to 10 in Cape Town, South Africa.

U.S. Men’s Masters Program Announces 2022 WMH Masters World Cup in Tokyo, Japan Rosters

TOKYO, Japan – Following annual tryout and some training camps, the U.S. Men’s Masters Program has finalized the rosters for the 2022 World Masters Hockey (WMH) World Cup being held in Tokyo, Japan. Taking place October 19 to 29, USA is sending two men’s teams, O-60 and O-65.

All go for 2022 Australia Women’s Masters Championships

Cairns is abuzz with excited female hockey players as the Hockey Australia Women’s Masters Championships prepares to get underway tomorrow (21 September) in Far North Queensland.

Penang's women to battle Sabah for semis ticket

By Jugjet Singh

KUALA LUMPUR: The Penang women's hockey team edged Melaka 3-2 in Group Y today, and are just a step away from the semi-finals of the Malaysia Games.

Sliders pick first win as Strathmore, Butali remain top

By Washington Onyango

Lakers Hockey Club players warm after a past match in Kisumu[Washington Onyango,Standard]

Sliders Hockey Club moved out of the relegation zone after picking their first win of the 2022 Kenya Hockey Union (KHU) Women’s Premier League season over the weekend.

No. 7 Princeton hands No. 3 Maryland field hockey first loss of season in double overtime, 4-3

Taylor Lyons

Maryland's Hope Rose battles with a James Madison defender during the Terps' 3-0 win over the Dukes on Oct. 10, 2021. (Autumn Hengen/The Diamondback)

Maryland and Princeton have a knack for playing each other to overtime.

No. 3 Maryland field hockey falls to No. 7 Princeton in double overtime, 4-3, for first loss of the season

The Terps fell to 7-1 on the season.

By Damon Brooks Jr.

Photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics.

In an early game of the year candidate on Tuesday afternoon in Princeton, New Jersey, one overtime was not enough to generate an outcome between two top-10 field hockey programs.

No. 14 Field Hockey Edges Northeastern, 2-0, For Third Straight Win

DEDHAM, Mass – Holding Northeastern without a shot for nearly the entire game, 14th-ranked Harvard field hockey (4-2) won its third straight game with a tough defensive effort in a 2-0 victory over the Huskies (1-6) at Dedham Field.

Queensland not on three-state shortlist for Hockey Australia high-performance unit

By Ali Iveson

Hockey Australia's high-performance unit is in Perth at present, but could be on the move ©Getty Images

The Hockey Australia Centre of Excellence will not be moving near Brisbane - host of the 2032 Olympic Games - after Hockey Queensland was left off a shortlist of three state bodies bidding to house the high-performance unit.

Maidenhead sees benefits of lighting change in energy bill crisis

Maidenhead HC expects to significantly reduce its energy bills – as well as helping umpires see – after investing nearly £50,000 in its foodlighting system.

Sjoerd Marijne book on Indian hockey teams causes controversy ahead of publication

Sjoerd Marijne witth the India women's team in 2019 PIC: WORLDSPORTPICS

India’s hockey players could take legal action against former coach Sjoerd Marijne following material released ahead of the publication of his upcoming book on the national side.

Explained: The controversy surrounding ex-Indian hockey coach Sjoerd Marijne's book

Former Hockey India coach Sjoerd Marijne's upcoming book 'Will Power' has created a lot of controversies even before its release.

Sjoerd Marijne in a file photo. Hockey India

Former India hockey coach Sjoerd Marijne’s upcoming book “Will Power: The Inside Story of the Incredible Turnaround in Indian Women’s Hockey” has created a lot of controversies even before its release on 21 September.

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