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News for 23 October 2022

All the news for Sunday 23 October 2022

2022 Sultan of Johor Cup - 23 October

Johor, Malaysia

All times GMT+8

22 Oct 2022 16:05     AUS v JPN (RR)     3 - 2
22 Oct 2022 18:05     GBR v RSA (RR)    4 - 1
22 Oct 2022 20:35     IND v MAS (RR)      5 - 2

23 Oct 2022 16:05     JPN v GBR (RR)
23 Oct 2022 18:05     IND v RSA (RR)
23 Oct 2022 20:35     AUS v MAS (RR)

24 Oct 2022 is a rest day

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Pool standings

FIH Match Centre

Japan, Malaysia show promise in SoJC

By Jugjet Singh

Two teams at the Sultan of Johor Cup (SoJC) showed promise even in defeat at the Taman Daya Stadium on Saturday. - NSTP file pic

KUALA LUMPUR: Two teams at the Sultan of Johor Cup (SoJC) showed promise even in defeat at the Taman Daya Stadium on Saturday.

Great Britain off to winning start in Sultan of Johor Cup

Great Britain's young men's are taking part in the Sultan of Johor Cup in Malaysia, and are looking to defend the trophy they won the last time the event took place in 2019.

SA Hockey Junior Men fall to defending champions in Debut

For the first time in history a South African Hockey Junior Men’s side took to the turf for an appearance in the Sultan of Johor Cup. They took to the turf against a team on the other end of the spectrum of experience at the tournament with three times winners and eight appearances Great Britain

Malaysia fall to India in SoJC

By Jugjet Singh

Malaysia's Faris Harizan (centre) in action against India in today's Sultan of Johor Cup at Taman Daya Stadium in Johor Baru. -- Pic courtesy of Johor Hockey Association

JOHOR BARU: Malaysia gave their best, but it was not good enough to deny silver medallists India a 5-2 win in the Sultan of Johor Cup (SoJC) at the Taman Daya Stadium in Johor Baru today.

Indian Junior Men's Hockey Team beat Malaysia 5-2 in Sultan of Johor Cup

Amandeep, Araijeet Singh Hundal, Boby Singh Dhami, Sudeep Chirmako and Sharda Nand Tiwari scored the goals for India.

India showed intent right away in the match, with Captain Uttam Singh pressing deep inside the circle in the first minute. (HI)

The Indian Junior Men's Hockey Team defeated Malaysia 5-2 in their opening game of the 10th Sultan of Johor Cup on Saturday. Amandeep (6'), Araijeet Singh Hundal (10'), Boby Singh Dhami (20'), Sudeep Chirmako (26'), and Sharda Nand Tiwari (56') scored for India in the match. Malaysia's goals were scored by Shahmie Irfan Suhaimi (13') and Muhammad Mamat (52').

Hockey India League revival: why is FIH involved, is it good for Indian hockey?

Anish Anand

Punjab Warriors (yellow) and Kalinga Lancers (white) in action during the Hockey India League in 2017. Anil Dayal/Hindustan Times via Getty Images

In a positive development for Indian Hockey, Hockey India has written to global governing body FIH to look for a window in the international calendar for domestic competition Hockey India League (HIL).

The India vibe and hockey role models

The bronze medal winners of the Tokyo Olympics are well led by mid-fielder Manpreet Singh, and capably coached by Aussie Champions Trophy gold medallist, Graham Reid along with an energetic bunch of assistant coaches. (PTI)

The top men of Indian hockey turned out to be a wide eyed, humble, bunch of boys when I met them. There was a rare eagerness in their eyes and a sense of receptivity which is rare for top sportspersons who have already donned the Indian cap

Brisbane Blaze Men and HC Melbourne Women go top

Two high octane hockey matches have seen Brisbane Blaze Men and Hockey Club Melbourne Women prevail in another Super Saturday Sultana Bran Hockey One League double header to conclude Round 4.

SCHC to face Amsterdam on noS

The Netherlands is set for a big weekend of hockey with SCHC and AH&BC Amsterdam’s women meeting in the live match on NOS on Sunday in Bilthoven (12.45 CET) on Sunday.

Vitality Women's Hockey League Week 5 2022 Review

Week 5 of the Vitality Women's Hockey League produced a few surprise results and outstanding performances up and down the country as the Premier Division entertained once again.

Slavia hoping to close EHL in seasons ahead

SK Slavia Prague endured a tough first weekend in the Euro Hockey League as they made history as the first Czech Republic club to play in the competition.

Plenty of goals but Grange and Watsonians continue relentlessly at the top

In a day where the goals flowed in the Premiership Grange men and Watsonians women are still on top.

Struggling Sailors find no place to hide from Lakers in Kisumu City

By Washington Onyango

Lakers Debora Omondi (left)Vivian Onyango (Right) tackle Leah Omwadho (centre) during a hockey match between Lakers and Sailors at Kisumu Day High School on 22nd October 2022( Photo Michael Mute, Standard)

Lakers Hockey Club picked their first home win of the season after seeing off Amira Sailors 2-0 in a KHU women’s Premier League match at Kisumu Day High School grounds yesterday.

NCAA Division 1 Fixtures for 23 October

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