News for 23 May 2023
All the news for Tuesday 23 May 2023
Men's Junior Asia Cup - 23 May
All times GMT +4
23 May 2023 09:00 JPN v THA (Pool A) 7 - 1
23 May 2023 15:30 PAK v TPE (Pool A)
23 May 2023 17:45 MAS v UZB (Pool B)
23 May 2023 20:00 OMA v BAN (Pool B)
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Junior Hockey Asia Cup’s trophy unveiled in Oman
Pakistan will face arch-rivals India on 27 May
Pakistan and India’s captains shake hands at trophy unveiling of Junior Asia Cup.
The Junior Hockey Asia Cup will be start in Salalah, Oman on Tuesday whereas the trophy was unveiled on Monday, as all the captains posed with the ultimate prize, for which they will be playing each other.
Indian Junior Men's Hockey Team confident of shining in Men's Junior Asia Cup 2023
The Indian team will open their campaign against Chinese Taipei on 24th May
New Delhi: Indian Junior Men's Hockey Team are all geared up for the highly anticipated Men's Junior Asia Cup 2023 in Salalah, Oman, which is set to commence from 23rd May while the Final of the tournament will be played on 1st June 2023. The tournament will not only serve as a brilliant platform for the young players in Asia to display their skills, but it will also be crucial as the top three finishers in the Men's Junior Asia Cup 2023 will qualify for the FIH Junior Hockey Men’s World Cup 2023, which is set to be played in Malaysia in December this year.
Men's Hockey Junior Asia Cup: Final Standing
By Tariq Ali
Final Standing of the Men's Hockey Junior Asia Cup of the past editions
First Men's Hockey Junior Asia Cup at National Hockey Stadium, Karachi, Pakistan, 1987-88:
1 Pakistan 2 South Korea 3 India 4 Malaysia 5 China 6 Japan 7 Macau
Second Men's Hockey Junior Asia Cup at National Hockey Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 1992:
1 Pakistan 2 Malaysia 3 South Korea 4 India 5 Bangladesh 6 China 7 Japan 8 Oman 9 Sri Lanka 10 Singapore
Third Men's Hockey Junior Asia Cup at Delta Sports Complex, Singapore, 1996:
1 Pakistan 2 India 3 Japan 4 South Korea 5 Malaysia 6 Bangladesh 7 China 8 Sri Lanka 9 Singapore 10 Thailand
Fourth Men's Hockey Junior Asia Cup at National Hockey Stadium Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 2000:
1 South Korea 2 India 3 Malaysia 4 Japan 5 Pakistan 6 China 7 Bangladesh 8 Chinese Taipei 9 Uzbekistan 10 Singapore 11 Iran
Fifth Men's Hockey Junior Asia Cup at Hockey Club of Pakistan Stadium, Karachi, Pakistan, 2004:
1 India 2 Pakistan 3 South Korea 4 Malaysia 5 Japan 6 Bangladesh 7 China 8 Singapore 9 Chinese Taipei 10 Sri Lanka
Sixth Men's Hockey Junior Asia Cup at Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh, Gachibowli, Hyderabad, India, 2008:
1 India 2 South Korea 3 Pakistan 4 Japan 5 Malaysia 6 Bangladesh 7 Oman 8 Singapore
Seventh Men's Hockey Junior Asia Cup at MBM Hockey Stadium, Malacca, Malaysia, 2012:
1 Malaysia 2 Pakistan 3 India 4 South Korea 5 Japan 6 China 7 Iran 8 Sri Lanka
Eighth Men's Hockey Junior Asia Cup at Wisma Belia Hockey Stadium, Kuantan, Malaysia, 2015:
1 India 2 Pakistan 3 South Korea 4 Japan 5 Malaysia 6 Bangladesh 7 China 8 Oman
Ninth Men's Hockey Junior Asia Cup at Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2021:
Cancelled due to COVID 19 pandemic.
Hat-Trick Hero: Harmanpreet Singh
Hat-Trick Heroes is a video series that takes a look back at some of the finest scoring performances from the FIH Hockey Pro League over the seasons.
Montrouge see off Racing in French men’s final
CA Montrouge took the French men’s title on Sunday to go with the regular season crown as they won a shoot-out against Racing Club de France.
Jonny Caren appointed Scotland men’s Head Coach and Programme Lead
Scottish Hockey has appointed Jonny Caren as Scotland Men’s National Coach and Programme Lead.
Day 5 Results: 13th Hockey India Sub Junior Men National Championship 2023
New Delhi: The 13th Hockey India Sub Junior Men National Championship 2023 saw action-packed performances as Kerala Hockey and Hockey Bengal registered their first wins in the tournament.
Daniels recognised as Coronation Champion
Maidstone Hockey Club’s Roger Daniels was selected as a Coronation Champion after over 40 years of dedicated volunteering for the club.
Tenga Rangitauira wins HNZ award for coaching contributions
Tenga Rangitauira, a prominent figure in the Bay of Plenty hockey community, has been awarded an HNZ Outstanding Contribution to Coaching award.
Shehla Raza defends Pakistan Hockey Federation
She assured that PHF will always support the government to eradicate corruption in the hockey governing body
Shehla Raza defended Pakistan Hockey Federation - Instagram
Shehla Raza, the vice-president of Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF), defended the federation led by Khalid Sajjad Khokhar.
Vale Brian Booth
Hockey Australia is saddened to hear of the passing of former Kookaburra and Olympian Brian Booth MBE on 19 May.