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News for 24 October 2022

All the news for Monday 24 October 2022

2022 Sultan of Johor Cup - 24 October
Johor, Malaysia

All times GMT +8

23 Oct 2022 16:05     JPN v GBR (RR)     2 - 1
23 Oct 2022 18:05     IND v RSA (RR)      4 - 5
23 Oct 2022 20:35     AUS v MAS (RR)     8- 0

24 Oct 2022 is a rest day

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

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Pool standings

FIH Match Centre

SA Hockey Junior Men come from behind to defeat India

Their opening games ended in differing results with India opening their account with a three goal victory while the South Africans were on the end of a three goal defeat. India were strongly fancied to add a second victory while the South Africans were looking to keep their tournament chances alive with a big performance.

India junior men’s hockey team goes down 4-5 to South Africa

Marvin Simons, Fawaaz Kahder, Senzwesihle Ngubane and Cameron Le Forestier scored for South Africa. Sharda Nand Tiwari, captain Uttam Singh and Sudeep Chirmako found the target for India.

FILE PHOTO: Indian players defend a penalty corner of France during the third and fourth place ranking match at FIH Hockey Men’s Junior World cup 2021 at Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar on December 5, 2021. | Photo Credit: PTI

The Indian junior men's hockey team squandered a two-goal lead at half time to lose 4-5 against South Africa in its second match at the Sultan of Johor Cup here on Sunday.

Ruthless Australia destroy Malaysia in 8-goal rout

By Jugjet Singh

Malaysia's Syawal Razak (centre) in action against Australia in a Sultan of Johor Cup match at Taman Daya Stadium in Johor Baru. - Pic courtesy of Johor Hockey Association

JOHOR BARU: The future of Malaysian hockey was on display at the Taman Daya Stadium here today.

Ric Charlesworth talks hockey, cricket - “India has learned they don’t need to follow other teams, they can be themselves”

Ric Charlesworth does not follow cricket as closely as he would earlier, but when it comes to hockey, he is still a keen observer of the game.

Shayan Acharya

FILE PHOTO: Ric Charlesworth during a sports literary festival in Bhubaneswar in 2018. | Photo Credit: BISWARANJAN ROUT

Ric Charlesworth shares an unbreakable bond with India and its hockey. Being among the first high-profile overseas names to be involved with Indian hockey about a decade-and-a-half ago as the technical director, the Australian legend had to leave the country on a bitter note in 2008.

Men's Hockey League Week 4 2022 Review

Week 5 of the England Men's Hockey league saw an influx of goals across the six matches. Thirty-two goals were scored up and down the country as the leading pack started to break away, whilst the bottom six got tighter, with all teams separated by three points.

England Hockey round-up: Wimbledon put pressure on top spots

University of Nottingham raced through the gears against out-of-form Buckingham PIC: GRAEME WILCOCKSON

Wimbledon, the only side left unbeaten in the top flight, scored a fine 2-1 victory over Surbiton to close the gap at the top of the Women’s Premier Division to one point.

Western Jaguars claw Kenya Police in Kakamega

By Washington Onyango

Western Jaguars’ Richard Njuki (left) and Ivan Lidiali challenge Moses Cheplaiti (left) of Kenya Police during Hockey Premier League match at City Park Stadium on Sunday, 3rd 202. [Jonah Onyango, Standard]

Western Jaguars moved second in the Kenya Hockey Union Premier League standings after completing a double over Kenya Police in a match played at Eregi Teachers Training College in Kakamega.

Lakers edge Sliders to close gap on top two as Blazers hold Strathmore

By Washington Onyango

Lakers Hockey Club players before a past match.[Washington Onyango,Standard]

Lakers Hockey Club completed a perfect weekend run after narrowly seeing off Sliders 1-0 in a Kenya Hockey Union Premier League match played at Kisumu Day High School grounds on Sunday.

Leaders Strathmore keep unbeaten run after Blazers draw

By Agnes Makhandia

“We are down but not out,” those were the words of Blazers defender Lucy Wangeci after they played to a 1-1 draw with unbeaten Strathmore University Scorpions in a Kenya Hockey Union women’s Premier League match at the City Park Stadium in Nairobi on Sunday.

NCAA Division 1 results for 23 October

Penn State once again proved too formidable a foe for Maryland field hockey

Taylor Lyons

Paige Kieft stands in goal during Maryland field hockey's 11-0 victory over Georgetown on Oct. 11, 2022. (Eric Robinson/The Diamondback)

Missy Meharg doesn’t view any team as an obstacle, she said after Maryland field hockey lost to Penn State Friday.

Northwestern clinches win against Michigan in double overtime thriller

Kate Walter

Senior midfielder Alia Marshall fights for the ball against a Michigan player. Marshall drew a penalty corner that set up Lauren Wadas for a game-winning shot. Elisa Huang/The Daily Northwestern

In the 79th minute of a scoreless match against No. 6 Michigan (9-5, 4-3 Big Ten), junior midfielder Lauren Wadas readied herself at the stroke line after senior midfielder Alia Marshall drew a penalty corner. Wadas masterfully sunk her shot, winning the game for No. 3 Northwestern (13-3, 4-3 Big Ten) and drawing roars from a home crowd at Lakeside Field.

Cornell field hockey takes down No. 4 Louisville, 2-0

ITHACA, N.Y. – The Cornell field hockey team upset No. 4 Louisville, 2-0, on Sunday, October 23. The Big Red were led by goals from Julia Darmo and Claire Jones. The win marks the biggest upset in program history with highest ranked-opponent win in the 50 years of Cornell field hockey.

No. 7 UVA Field Hockey Blanks Kent State 3-0 on Senior Day

Two of Virginia's three goals were scored by seniors as the Cavaliers won their final home match of the season

Matt Newton

The No. 7 Virginia field hockey team honored its seniors for their final home match with a 3-0 victory over Kent State at the UVA Turf Field on Sunday afternoon. Two of the Cavaliers' three goals were scored by seniors.

Field Hockey: Numbers to know from Ohio's 3-0 loss at Indiana

By Kam Appell

Ohio University Freshman Mijntji Ligtenberg (12) defends the hockey ball from St. Francis at Pruitt Field in Athens, Ohio, on Oct. 16, 2022. Photo by Zoe Cranfill | The Post

Ohio wrapped up its weekend road trip with a match at Indiana on Sunday. Ohio failed to score a goal in its final away game of the season, falling to Indiana 3-0 at Deborah Tobias Field.

Michigan field hockey defeats No. 8 Iowa for the second time in a week

by Caroline Crecca

The Michigan field hockey team secured two top-ten wins against Iowa in one week. Jenna Hickey/Daily.

Just one week after pulling off a critical top-10 win against Iowa, the Michigan field hockey team again took the pitch against the Hawkeyes Sunday afternoon.

Spider Hockey Falls 2-1 to Stanford on Senior Day

Richmond, Va. – The University of Richmond field hockey team dropped a 2-1 decision to Stanford University Sunday at Crenshaw Field.

No. 19 Field Hockey Undone Late at No. 12 Syracuse

SYRACUSE, N.Y. – No. 19 Rutgers field hockey battled a ranked foe on the road Sunday, ultimately falling 4-2 at No. 12 Syracuse. Rutgers' was led by goals from Iris Langejans, Lucy Bannatyne and Indy van Ek, but the home team broke through in the fourth quarter to claim the win.

Field Hockey Drops Non-Conference Finale Against #13 Wake Forest

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The Brown Bears (8-7, 1-4 Ivy League) closed the non-conference slate with a 4-0 home loss against the 13th-ranked Wake Forest Demon Deacons (12-4, 4-1 ACC) Sunday afternoon at Goldberger Family Field.

Field Hockey Storms Back To Defeat VCU 2-1 On Senior Day

Norfolk, VA – The No. 14 Old Dominion Field Hockey team extended their win streak to eight straight with a thrilling 2-1 win over VCU on senior day. ODU used two goals in the final five minutes of the fourth period to tie and win the game.

Field Hockey Slips In Sunday Matinee To Bobcats, 2-0

HAMDEN, Conn. – The No. 24 University of Pennsylvania field hockey team concluded its trip to Connecticut on Sunday with an afternoon clash with Quinnipiac, dropping a 2-0 decision.

Field Hockey Wins 7-0 on Sunday

The Lindenwood field hockey team (7-8) earned a 7-0 win over Marian (5-7) on Sunday afternoon at Hunter Stadium in St. Charles, Mo.

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