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News for 22 September 2022

All the news for Thursday 22 September 2022

Inclusivity and accessibility at the heart of England and Wales' bid for Men's Hockey World Cup

By Owen Lloyd

The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is the focal point of England and Wales' bid for the 2026 Men's Hockey World Cup ©Getty Images

England and Wales' bid for the 2026 Men's Hockey World Cup is looking to create a lasting legacy not just on the pitch with potentially record-breaking crowds, but through valuable social development initiatives too

England-Wales World Cup bid could 'transform' hockey

'We could be playing hockey in front of 62,000 people' - Shipperley

By Tom Brown

An ambitious plan for England and Wales to host the biggest hockey World Cup yet could help transform the sport, according to Wales captain Rupert Shipperley.

Harry Kane backs bid to hold hockey World Cup final at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

The England captain lent his voice to a video for the aspiring hosts’ promotional campaign.

Rachel Steinberg

Harry Kane supports the bid to stage the World Cup hockey final at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (John Walton/PA)

Harry Kane has backed a bid that would see Tottenham Hotspur Stadium host the World Cup final⁠ of men’s hockey.

Pakistan Navy set to sponsor national hockey team

Anwar Zuberi

KARACHI: The Pakistan Hockey Federation is set to get a major boost as Pakistan Navy is likely to patronise national hockey team on a long-term basis, Dawn has learnt.

Introspection over, time to start afresh and work on shortcomings: Sushila Chanu

India finished a disappointing ninth in this year's FIH Women's World Cup in July but bagged their first medal at Commonwealth Games in 16 years by winning a bronze in Birmingham.

File photo of Sushila Chanu. Hockey India

Bengaluru: Introspection already done, senior Indian women’s hockey team midfielder Sushila Chanu on Wednesday said the need of the hour is to start with a fresh perspective and work on the grey areas that came to light in their last two tournaments.

Frédérique Matla – ‘this is Unworthy of Den Bosch’

International Frédérique Matla (25) has always been someone who says it all. Sunday afternoon after the disappointment in the Wagener Stadium against Amsterdam (2-0 loss) – Den Bosch’s second loss in a row – is no different. “This was totally unnecessary.”

Star-studded leadership group to drive Thundersticks women glory

The Perth Thundersticks women have voted in their leadership group for 2022, with a wealth of knowledge and success on the international, national and local stage set to lead the State’s premier hockey side into this year’s Sultana Bran Hockey One League season.

Only the fittest will win hockey gold, says Penang team manager

By Jugjet Singh

KUALA LUMPUR: Penang girls claimed their Malaysia Games semi-final spot from Group Y when they edged Sabah 1-0 at the National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil today.

No. 7 Princeton field hockey takes the win against No. 3 Maryland in double OT

Evelyn Walsh

The Tigers celebrate their win over No. 7 Maryland.  Photo courtesy of Princeton Field Hockey/FaceBook.

For the fifth time in the history of the two programs, No. 7 Princeton (4–3 overall, 0–0 Ivy) took the No. 3 Maryland Terrapins (7–1, 1–0 Big Ten) to an intense overtime battle.

Maryland field hockey looks to clean up some of its errors after first loss

Taylor Lyons

Emma Deberdine during Maryland field hockey's 2-1 win over Harvard on Sept. 9, 2022. (Riley Sims/The Diamondback)

Maryland field hockey was seconds away from taking down Princeton and continuing its undefeated start to the season. Hope Rose’s team-leading eighth goal of the season with six minutes left in the game reestablished the Terps’ lead after a long-lasting tie at two.

Field Hockey Falls in Pair of Big Ten Matchups

By Ellie George

Cornell field hockey won 5-0 against Columbia at Dodson Field on October 2, 2021. Julia Nagel/Sun Assistant Photography Editor

Cornell field hockey traveled to Ann Arbor, Michigan this weekend for a double header that pitted the Red against two nationally ranked teams.

Field Hockey Hosts Two Ranked Big Ten Foes This Weekend

PISCATAWAY, N.J. - No. 19 Rutgers field hockey is back home this weekend for a pair of Big Ten Conference games. The Scarlet Knights will host No. 23 Ohio State on Friday at 3 pm, then welcome in No. 8 Michigan on Sunday at noon.

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