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News for 28 October 2022

All the news for Friday 28 October 2022

2022-23 FIH Hockey Pro League (M) - 28 October
Bhubaneswar, India

All times GMT +5:30

28 Oct 2022 19:10     IND v NZL (RR)

29 Oct 2022 19:10     NZL v ESP (RR)

30 Oct 2022 19:10     IND v ESP (RR)

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India's WC preparations start with FIH Pro League

India captain Harmanpreet Singh, coach Graham Reid and vice-captain Manpreet Singh during a training session. HI

The Indian men’s hockey team will look to kick-start their World Cup preparations in right earnest when it takes on New Zealand in its opening game of the FIH Pro League’s new season at the Kalinga Stadium here on Friday.

India look forward to winning start

Arnab Lall Seal

Image credit: Hockey India

India are all set to open their FIH Pro League campaign against New Zealand at Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar on Friday. After finishing third  last season and bagging silver at Commonwealth Games, the team will be hoping to get the new season of Pro League off to a good start especially with World Cup coming up in less than three months’ time.

New captain for VBS men ahead of India tour

The Vantage Black Sticks men (wr9) will take on India (5) tomorrow in their opening match of the 2022/23 FIH Pro League season at 2.30am Saturday NZT.

2022 Indoor Test matches NAM v RSA (W)

All times GMT +2

28 Oct 2022 10:30     NAM v RSA     2 - 0
28 Oct 2022 18:30     RSA v NAM

29 Oct 2022 10:30     RSA v NAM
29 Oct 2022 18:30     NAM v RSA

30 Oct 2022 09:00     NAM v RSA

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2022 Sultan of Johor Cup - 28 October
Johor, Malaysia

All times GMT +8

27 Oct 2022 is a rest day

28 Oct 2022 16:05     GBR v IND (RR)   5 - 5
28 Oct 2022 18:05     MAS v JPN (RR)
28 Oct 2022 20:35     AUS v RSA (RR)

29 Oct 2022 15:35     5th RR v MAS (5th-6th Place)
29 Oct 2022 18:05     3rd RR v 4th RR (3rd-4th Place)
29 Oct 2022 20:35     AUSR v 2nd RR (Final)

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Pool standings

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Indian colts face GB for place in final

The Indian men’s junior hockey team will be one of four teams looking to seal a place in the final on the last day of pool matches in the Sultan of Johor Cup here tomorrow.

A match for Malaysia to salvage their pride

By Jugjet Singh

The Malaysian juniors have nothing but only pride left to play for when they meet Japan in the Sultan of Johor Cup (SoJC) tomorrow at the Taman Daya Stadium. -NSTP/NUR AISYAH MAZALAN

JOHOR BAHRU: The Malaysian juniors have nothing but only pride left to play for when they meet Japan in the Sultan of Johor Cup (SoJC) tomorrow at the Taman Daya Stadium.

No proper veg food at SoJC, a problem for India players

By Jugjet Singh

India coach CR Kumar (right) with his players during a Deepavali celebration in Johor Baru. PIC COURTESY OF JOHOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION

KUALA LUMPUR: The India junior hockey team have a nagging problem with food at the Sultan of Johor Cup (SoJC) in Johor Baru.

Wales Over 70 Men To Play In Masters World Cup Final In Tokyo

Wales Over 70 Men are currently competing in the 060-080 Masters Hockey World Cup in Tokyo, Japan.

O-60 Men Gear Up for 7th/8th Place Match at 2022 WMH World Cup in Tokyo

TOKYO, Japan - The U.S. O-60 Men's Masters Team gears up for the 7th/8th place match at the 2022 World Masters Hockey (WMH) World Cup in Tokyo, Japan, while the O-65 Men have one more pool game.

Women’s hockey camp starts with 33-member Core Group, will focus FIH Nations Cup


Normally Hockey India doesn’t extend consent to play its core group players for the National Games — an Indian Olympic Association event for all Olympic disciplines being held in a State but not held regularly (annually) in the decade – but this year it did. Due to the IOA’s pressure to play all elite players in the recently held National Games in Gujarat, Indian hockey camp had to be rescheduled. Two weeks after the National Games, national camp for the core group is back for the women. Men’s team on the other hand is at Bhubaneswar readying to face ‘Mini Tournament’ aka Pro League starter.

Arul gets back his two key players

By Aftar Singh

National coach Arul Selvaraj will assess the fitness of the duo before naming the final team for the six-nation Sultan Azlan Shah (SAS) Cup which begins on Nov 1 in Ipoh. -NSTP file pic

KUALA LUMPUR: Defender Faiz Helmi Jali and forward Syafiq Sumantri have recovered from injuries, and are back in the Malaysian hockey training squad.

A Chance Encounter Led to Hampstead & Westminster’s Joe Hillyer Pulling on the Poland shirt

Report by Rod Gilmour of The Hockey Paper.

When Joe Hillyer talks about the “awesome” training environment at Hampstead & Westminster, with their abundance of international players, he is also one of them. For English-born Hillyer has now notched up over 30 caps for Poland after a chance encounter six years ago.

Canberra turn on the Chill to douse Adelaide Fire

Maximum points over the Adelaide Fire at the National Hockey Centre tonight continues the Canberra Chill Women’s and Men’s teams’ march towards a spot in the Finals Main Event in Bendigo.

Chill time spurring Rene Hunter’s hockey revival

Boxing superstar Anthony Joshua famously revealed he used his love of the Game of Thrones smash-hit television series as motivation against his rivals, declaring his holding four belts to be like ruling the seven Kingdoms.

Grand final rematch to light up Friday night Hockey One

By Kate Allman

Sydney Olympic Park is set to roar as Kookaburras star Daniel Beale takes the pitch for the Brisbane Blaze for the first time this season, hoping to halt the record winning streak of the NSW Pride.

Surjit Hockey Tournament starts with bang in Jalandhar

Players in action during the tournament. Photos: Sarabjit Singh

The 39th Indian Oil Servo Surjit Hockey Tournament was inaugurated by Punjab Local Bodies Minister Inderbir Singh Nijjar this evening.

Vitality Women's Hockey League Week 6 2022 Preview

With full-fixture hockey back after half term, Jade Bloomfield of Hockey World News looks over the Vitality Women's Hockey League Premier Division, Division One North and South and the Conferences

Hopes of hockey 5s investment at Warrnambool rise with Victoria 2026 officials visit

Plans are being discussed to develop Warrnambool Hockey Club as part of the Victoria 2026 legacy

By Mike Rowbottom

A delegation of the Victoria 2026 Commonwealth Games organisers visited Warrnambool today to discuss plans to redevelop the city's hockey club.

NCAA Division 1 Fixtures for 29 October 2022

Weekend College Games: October 28 - November 2

Each week, USA Field Hockey' highlights some college games in Division I, II and III.

Ohio faces win-and-in scenario vs. Appalachian State

By Marc Goldstein

Coach Ali Johnstone in the huddle discussing about a play against Michigan State University at Pruitt Field in Athens, Ohio on Oct. 2nd, 2022. Photo by Chloe Eggleston | and Chloe Eggleston The Post

Everything is on the line in Ohio’s last match of the regular season.

Maryland field hockey’s goalies won’t let on-field competition fracture their friendship

Taylor Lyons

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

Maryland field hockey exited last week’s match against Penn State not knowing who would start at goalie in its following game against Virginia.

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