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All the news for Friday 9 June 2023

2022-23 FIH Hockey Pro League - 9 June
Eindhoven, Netherlands

All times GMT +2


7 Jun 2023 19:40     NED v IND (RR)     4 - 1
8 Jun 2023 17:10     ARG v IND (RR)     0 - 3
9 Jun 2023 19:40     NED v AUS (RR)     
10 Jun 2023 17:40     NED v IND (RR)     
11 Jun 2023 17:40     IND v ARG (RR)     
12 Jun 2023 19:40     NED v AUS (RR)     

Pool standings


7 Jun 2023 17:10     NED v CHN (RR)       4 - 0
8 Jun 2023 19:40     NED v AUS (RR)       7 - 2
9 Jun 2023 17:10     ARG v CHN (RR)     
10 Jun 2023 15:10     NED v CHN (RR)     
11 Jun 2023 15:10     NED v AUS (RR)     
12 Jun 2023 17:10     CHN v ARG (RR)     

Pool Standings

FIH Match Centre

India’s men ease past Argentina, prolific Dutchwomen defeat Australia

India’s men climbed back to the top of the FIH Hockey Pro League table with a 3-0 victory over Argentina in Eindhoven. In the women’s fixture of the evening, the Dutch extended their winning run in the tournament to six from six with a 7-2 victory over Australia.

India beat Argentina 3-0; regain top spot in the points table

India Captain Harmanpreet Singh (33'), Amit Rohidas (39') and Abhishek (59') scored in India's victory

Eindhoven: After a disappointing outing against hosts Netherlands last evening, Indian Men's Hockey team bounced back with a convincing 3-0 win against Argentina here in the ongoing FIH Hockey Pro League 2022-23 on Thursday. It was India Skipper Harmanpreet Singh (33'), Amit Rohidas (39') and Abhishek (59') who scored in India's win while goalkeepers PR Sreejesh and Krishan Pathak took turns to keep a clean slate. This win put India ahead of Great Britain in the pool standing with 27 points from 14 matches.

India beat Argentina 3-0 to reclaim top spot

Harmanpreet Singh, Amit Rohidas and Abhishek scored India’s goals. The Indian men’s hockey team will take on hosts Netherlands in their next match on Saturday.

By Ali Asgar Nalwala

The Indian men’s hockey team reclaimed the top spot in the FIH Pro League 2022-23 points table with a clinical 3-0 win over Argentina in Eindhoven on Thursday.

FIH Men's Pro League: India top the points table

By Tariq Ali

India defeated Argentina in the straight win three goals to nil in the FIH Men's Pro League, 2022-23 in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, now, India is one point above to the Great Britain.

For the Indian team only two matches are remaining one against the Netherlands and one against Argentina in this Mini Tournament at Eindhoven, and on the other hand, for the Great Britain team four matches to play all on the home soil (in London) in the current season 2022-23.

The latest points table
Teams Played Goal Difference Points
1 India.    14.           +9.                   27
2 GBR.     12.         +15.                   26
3 ESP.        8.            +6.                   17
4 AUS.      12.           +2.                   16
5 ARG.      13.          -12.                   13
6 BEL.        8.             -3.                   12
7 GER.        8.             -1.                   11
8 NED.        5.            +2                     8
9 NZL.        8.           -18.                    2   

Malone double not enough as Netherlands flex their muscle

The Hockeyroos were given an indication of what it will take to reach the top of women’s hockey after the Netherlands recorded a 7-2 victory in the teams’ FIH Pro League match in Eindhoven.

2023 Hockey5s Pan American Cup - 9 June
Kingston, Jamaica

All times GMT -5


8 June was a rest day

M13 9 Jun 2023 13:00     USA v CRC (Crossover)     
M14 9 Jun 2023 13:45     PAR v PUR (Crossover)     
M15 9 Jun 2023 14:30     JAM v GUA (Crossover)     
M16 9 Jun 2023 15:15     TTO v PAN (Crossover)     
M17 9 Jun 2023 17:00     Loser M13 v Loser M14 (Crossover)
M18 9 Jun 2023 17:45     Loser M15 v Loser M16 (Crossover)
M19 9 Jun 2023 18:30     Winner M13 v Winner M14 (Semifinal)
M20 9 Jun 2023 18:30     Winner M15 v Winner M16 (Semifinal)   
Pool standings


8 Jun 2023 13:00     USA v JAM (Crossover)     3 - 0 (1 - 0)
8 Jun 2023 13:45     TTO v GUA (Crossover)     8 - 0 (5 - 0)
8 Jun 2023 14:30     PAR v BRA (Crossover)     2 - 0 (1 - 0)
8 Jun 2023 15:15     URU v CRC (Crossover)     4 - 0 (0 - 0)
8 Jun 2023 17:00     JAM v GUA (Crossover)     1 - 0 (0 - 0)
8 Jun 2023 17:45     BRA v CRC (Crossover)     4 - 0 (2 - 0)
8 Jun 2023 18:30     USA v TTO (Semifinal)        2 - 1 (1 - 1)
8 Jun 2023 19:15     PAR v URU (Semifinal)       0 - 5 (0 - 4)

9 June is a rest day

Pool standings

FIH Match Centre

USWNT Qualify for FIH Hockey5s World Cup with Win Over Trinidad & Tobago

Images taken by world sport pics

KINGSTON, Jamaica – After a weather delay, the U.S. Women’s National Team battled with Trinidad and Tobago in the semifinals of the 2023 Hockey5s Pan American Cups (PAC). Tied 1-1 at the half, the United Eagles used persistence threats and smart decision making to secure the 2-1 win. With the victory, the USWNT has qualified for the first-ever FIH Hockey5s World Cup, set to take place in January 2024 in Muscat, Oman.

T&T Stickwomen beaten by USA 2-1


T&T’s Chelsea Dey, left, fires a shot on goal while Brazil’s Laiana Bispo attempts a block during their Women’s Group B match at the inaugural Hockey5s Pan American Cups Tournament at the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus Turf, Kingston, Jamaica on Wednesday. The match ended 2-2. Courtesy PAHF

T&T's senior women's hockey5 team went down 2-1 to the United States of America (USA) on Thursday evening in their attempt to earn an automatic qualification spot for the Hockey World Cup in Muscat, Oman next January 2024.

Women's Junior Asia Cup - 9 June
Kakamigahara (JPN)

All times GMT +9

8 Jun 2023 12:00     CHN v HKG (Pool B)     11 - 0
8 Jun 2023 14:00     MAS v KOR (Pool A)     1 - 3
8 Jun 2023 16:00     IND v TPE (Pool A)         11 - 0
8 Jun 2023 18:00     KAZ v JPN (Pool B)     0 - 8

9 Jun 2023 14:00     MAS v HKG (5-8th Place)     10 - 1
9 Jun 2023 16:30     KAZ v TPE (5-8th Place)     4 - 3

Final Pool standings

FIH Match Centre

India storm into Semi-Finals of Women's Junior Asia Cup 2023 with 11-0 win against Chinese Taipei

India finished Pool A on top with 10 points

New Delhi: The Indian Junior Women’s Hockey Team confirmed their spot in the Semi-Finals of Women’s Junior Asia Cup 2023 by defeating Chinese Taipei 11-0 in their last Pool match in Kakamigahara, Gifu Prefecture, Japan on Thursday. The win also cemented India's position atop Pool A. India finished the Pool stage of the tournament unbeaten, having won three games and drawn one.

Malaysia go down to Koreans in Junior Asia Cup semis

By Jugjet Singh

Pic credit Facebook MalaysianHockeyConfederation

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian women's hockey team ended their Junior Asia Cup campaign on a sad note in Kakamigahara, Japan, today.

India gear up for Japan challenge in Women’s Junior Asia Cup 2023 Semi-Final

Indian Junior Women’s Victory in Semi-Final will confirm India’s berth in FIH Junior Hockey Women's World Cup 2023

New Delhi: The Indian Junior Women’s Hockey Team confirmed their place in the Semi-Finals of the Women’s Junior Asia Cup 2023 with a resounding victory over Chinese Taipei 11-0 on Thursday in Kakamigahara, Gifu Prefecture, Japan. The impressive victory also meant that India finished the tournament's group stage unbeaten and atop of the Pool A table.  

PHF named 45 players for training camp ahead of Asian Champions Trophy

The event is scheduled from August 3 to 12 in India

Pakistan hockey team will participate in Asian Champions Trophy in India - PHF

The Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) has called 45 players for a training camp ahead of Asian Champions Trophy, scheduled from August 3 to 12 in Chennai, India.

PHF sacks old team management following Aikman's resignation

Aikman was not paid his salary for last one year

Siegfried Aikman was roped in as Pakistan coach till 2026 in December 2021 - PHF

The Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) has sacked old team management of senior men's team after Dutch coach Siegfried Aikman resigned from head coach position due to salary dues.

National Associations summit debates future of hockey

Under the initiative and chairmanship of FIH President Tayyab Ikram, a "National Associations summit" was organised earlier this week at the International Hockey Federation (FIH) headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland.

FIH accounts 2022 – Interview FIH President

As the 2022 FIH accounts have just been published after having been approved by the auditing company (Ernst & Young), FIH President Tayyab Ikram shares his thoughts about finances, investments, development and transparency:

Field Hockey Canada announces Partnership with OPRO

Field Hockey Canada athletes to receive OPRO Mouthguards

Field Hockey Canada is thrilled to announce a new partnership with OPRO, the world’s largest manufacturer of the most technically advanced mouthguard. This collaboration brings together two renowned entities in the sports world to further enhance player safety and promote the growth of field hockey in Canada.

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