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News for 23 December 2022

All the news for Friday 23 December 2022

Tested and tried team for home World Cup


New Delhi: India announced a strong, time tested and trusted squad under the leadership of Harmanpreet Singh for the home world cup that starts from 13th Jan. Anticipated return of Akashdeep Singh, who struck a hat-trick against Australia recently, has also happened.  The Indian team grouped in pool D along with England, Spain and Wales.  India will begin their campaign on 13th January 2023 in the newly built Birsa Munda Hockey Stadium in Rourkela.

Harmanpreet Singh to lead India's 18-member squad for Hockey Men's World Cup 2023

The Indian team is placed in pool D alongside England, Spain and Wales. They begin their Hockey Men's World Cup 2023 campaign against Spain on January 13. Hockey India

Harmanpreet Singh will captain India's 18-member squad for the upcoming Hockey Men's World Cup 2023, to be held in Bhubaneswar and Rourkela from January 13, 2023.

Dilip Tirkey: Confident Indian men’s hockey team will shine in World Cup

Being the hosts, the upcoming edition in January next year provides a great opportunity to India to finish on the podium. The World Cup will be hosted by Bhubaneswar and Rourkela from January 13 to 29.

FILE PHOTO: Hockey India President Dilip Tirkey speaks during the inauguration of district-level sports and cultural competition ahead of FIH Men’s Hockey World Cup 2023 in Sundargarh district, Odisha, on December 6, 2022.  | Photo Credit: PTI

Legendary defender Dilip Tirkey believes the current Indian men’s hockey team has quality players who can reclaim the world title after a gap of 47 years.

Hockey Wales Men's Hockey World Cup Fundraiser

Hockey Wales Senior Men head to India to play in their first EVER World Cup in January 2023

Odisha to invite all CMs to 2023 Men's Hockey World Cup Odisha

Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik

Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik announced that his counterparts from all the states would be invited to the ensuing Men's Hockey World Cup.

Experienced South Africa win tight Spar Indoor Series

Ireland Indoor Women’s team lost their six-game Spar Indoor Series 2-0 in Cape Town this week. It was a heartening trip for Ross Willis’ charges. He saw vast improvement in his side since these two teams met in Ireland last February – when South Africa won a five-game series 4-1.

Kenya College of Accountancy takes gold in FEAUS games

Kenya College of Accountancy (KCA) took gold in FEAUS games hockey with goal difference at play.

Charles Lwanga


KCA emerged victors in the hockey category after winning two games and losing one. A five-goal difference enabled them to narrowly win the top spot against Kenyatta University and Makerere who finished in second place.

Hockey photo of the month: ‘It happened so quickly. It was just a lucky shot!’

The latest winner of the Hockey Writers’ Club image of the month is Alison Gladwin, with this image of the umpire (Nick Bennett) in an ideal position to see the attacker score at University of Birmingham during the National League Div 1 North Men’s game against Cardiff Met.

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