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News for 28 September 2022

All the news for Wednesday 28 September 2022

Speedy Tigers stun world No 2 Belgium

By Aftar Singh

Malaysia (in yellow) and Belgium in action in today's friendly in Antwerpen. -PIC COURTESY OF MHC

KUALA LUMPUR: World No 10 Malaysia stunned world no 2 Belgium 1-0 at the Sportcentrum Wilrijkse Plein in Antwerpen today.

Razie on target as Speedy Tigers make winning start in Belgium

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysia hockey team started off their Tour of Belgium in a positive mode when they defeated Belgium A 1-0 in their first match at the Sportcentrum Wilrijkse Plein arena in Antwerp yesterday.

Pakistan head coach issued Pakistan visa after a long delay

Aikman is scheduled to join Pakistan team in a training camp that is underway in Karachi

Source: PHF

LAHORE: National hockey team's head coach Siegfried Aikman was issued a Pakistan visa to travel.

PHF taking action against senior players not joining camp

By Syed Intikhab Ali

KARACHI: Seven seasoned players who did not join the Pakistan hockey team’s training camp in Karachi at Abdul Sattar Edhi hockey stadium from September 25 are in serious trouble as their departments have asked them to explain why they did not fulfill the national duty.

FIH Odisha Hockey Men's World Cup 2023 Bhubaneswar-Rourkela: Argentina-South Africa to open the show!

2016 Olympic Gold medallists Argentina and Africa’s highest-ranked nation South Africa will open the 2023 FIH Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup! The thrilling encounter between these two powerhouses of international hockey will take place on 13 January 2023 in the iconic Kalinga Stadium of Bhubaneswar, which hosted the last Men’s World Cup final in 2018.

India to face Spain in campaign opener

India will face off against Spain on January 13 in its first match of the 2023 FIH Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup at the Bisra Munda Stadium in Rourkela.

Sreejesh Parattu Raveendran of Team India reacts during a match. | Photo Credit: Getty Images

India will face off against Spain on January 13 in its first match of the 2023 FIH Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup at the Bisra Munda Stadium in Rourkela.

England and Wales to meet in Rourkela

By Rod Gilmour

The Kalinga Stadium hosted the 2018 men's World Cup

England and Wales will kick off the first match to be held at the new 20,000-seater stadium in Rourkela when the 2023 men’s World Cup begins in mid January.

USA name men’s hockey squad ahead of busy 2023

Harendra Singh at the 2022 Panamerican Cup PIC: Worldsportpics Copyright WorldSportsPics/Rodrigo Jaramillo

USA coach Harendra Singh has named his roster of players as the men’s squad prepares for the 2023 Olympic qualifiers next year.

Goal king Korper aiming for Euro Hockey League highs with Harvestehuder


Michael Körper is hopeful his goals will help light up a yellow and black party as the EHL Men’s KO16 comes to his Harvestehuder THC home in Hamburg next week, writes Stephen Findlater.

Lisnagarvey set for EHL return after five years

In terms of contrast in levels of competition, Lisnagarvey are facing one of the biggest jumps as they return to the EHL after five years away just three months since playing in Europe’s fifth tier.

Bergamo’s Montrouge young guns looking to make mark

Pictures: Frank Uijlenbroek/World Sport Pics

Aymeric Bergamo is hoping his CA Montrouge club can evolve from being one of France’s most productive youth academies to retaining more of their talent-lines to compete higher on the European stage.

Star-studded teams locked in for Perth Thundersticks season opener

Eight Hockeyroos and Kookaburras stars are set to lead the Perth Thundersticks men’s and women’s teams in their opening-season battle against the Adelaide Fire this Saturday, October 1, in a blockbuster double-header from 5:30pm.

Could the Sultana Bran Hockey One League be the next Seinfeld?

By Simon Orchard

To many Australians, high-level hockey has always been a bit like an eclipse of the sun.

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