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News for 30 September 2023

All the news for Saturday 30 September 2023

Asian Games Hangzhou 2022 Hockey Competition - 30 September
Hangzhou (CHN)

All times GMT +8


30 Sep 2023 09:00     SGP v JPN (Pool A)      0 - 14
30 Sep 2023 11:15     OMA v INA (Pool B)        4 - 2
30 Sep 2023 13:30     MAS v KOR (Pool B)     3 - 4
30 Sep 2023 15:45     BAN v UZB (Pool A).     4 - 2
30 Sep 2023 18:30     THA v CHN (Pool B)
30 Sep 2023 20:45     PAK v IND (Pool A)

Pool Standings


29 Sep 2023 10:15     KAZ v INA (Pool B)         2 - 1
29 Sep 2023 12:45     THA v JPN (Pool B)      0 - 14
29 Sep 2023 16:00     HKG v SGP (Pool A)      0 - 1
29 Sep 2023 18:30     MAS v IND (Pool A)       0 - 6

1 Oct 2023 10:15     SGP v MAS (Pool A)         
1 Oct 2023 12:45     INA v THA (Pool B)         
1 Oct 2023 16:00     KOR v IND (Pool A)         
1 Oct 2023 18:30     CHN v JPN (Pool B)   
Pool standings

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Indian Women’s Team beat Malaysia 6-0 to continue their winning run at 19th Asian Games Hangzhou 2022

Monika, Deep Grace Ekka, Navneet Kaur, Vaishnavi Vitthal Phalke, Sangita Kumari, and Lalremsiami were the goalscorers for India

Hangzhou: Indian Women's Hockey Team on Friday registered their second consecutive victory at the 19th Asian Games Hangzhou 2022, defeating Malaysia 6-0 in Pool A match. Monika (7’), Deep Grace Ekka (8’), Navneet Kaur (11’), Vaishnavi Vitthal Phalke (15’), Sangita Kumari (24’), and Lalremsiami (50’) scored a goal each for India.

India thrash Malaysia 6-0 in women's hockey

By Jugjet Singh

Hockey - Gongshu Canal Sports Park Stadium, Hangzhou, China - Players from India and Malaysia in action during the Preliminary Women's Pool A. - Reuters pic

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian women's hockey team found world No. 7 India too hot to handle and went down 6-0 in an Asian Games match at the Gongshu Canal Sports Park Stadium in Hangzhou today.

Japanese men's and women's teams scored high scores

By Tariq Ali

Japanese men's and women's hockey teams scored their highest scores in the Asian Games.

Japanese men's hockey team defeated Singapore by 14-0 (half time 7-0) in the 19th Asian Games 2022 at Gongshu Canal Sports Park field hockey field, Hangzhou, 2023. For the Japanese team Ryoma Ooka and Ryosei Kato scored hat tricks.

The Highest Scores for Japanese men's hockey team in the Asian Games
Japan 14-0 Singapore, Hangzhou 2023
Japan 13-0 Singapore, Incheon 2014
Japan 13-0 Hong Kong, Jakarta 2018
Japan 13-1 Oman Guangzhou 2010
Japan 12-1 Hong Kong Doha 2006
Japan 11-0 Sri Lanka, Jakarta, 2018
Japan 10-0 Thailand, Seoul 1986
Japan 10-1 Uzbekistan, Jakarta, 2018

Japanese women's hockey team scored 14-0 (half time 7-0) against Thailand in the 19th Asian Games 2022, Hangzhou 2023. For the Japanese team Kaboyakawa Shiho scored four goals.

The Highest Scores for Japanese women's hockey team in the Asian Games
Japan 14-0 Thailand, Hangzhou 2023
Japan 14-0 Hong Kong, Incheon 2014
Japan 12-0 Chinese Taipei, Doha 2006
Japan 11-0 Hong Kong, New Delhi 1982
Japan 11-0 Chinese Taipei, Jakarta 2018

India-Pak: Experience Vs Exuberance today at Hangzhou


Traditional rivals India and Pak – both with all win record here – will clash today in what can be categorized as a prestigious fight. India’s morale is up here with the stupendous stuff they dished out the other day against the defending champions Japan (4-2). Where as, despite being the most inexperienced here among the past Asian Games medallist teams (India, Mal, Japan, South Korea), Pakistan can be proud of three wins they put up here, scoring as many as 34 goals while conceding, much like India, a mere 3.

Indian Women’s Hockey Team gear up for epic showdown against Korea in pivotal 19th Asian Games Hangzhou 2022 clash

India and Korea are unbeaten so far in the competition

Hangzhou: As the 19th Asian Games Hangzhou 2022 progresses, the Indian Women's Team are set to face a formidable challenge in their third match, this time against a spirited Korean side. With impressive victories in their first two matches, India will be looking to maintain their winning streak, while Korea are eager to continue their dominant run in the tournament.

Oman chosen to replace Pakistan as host of Men’s FIH Hockey Olympic Qualifiers

By Duncan Mackay

©Getty Images

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) have chosen Oman to replace Pakistan as host country for the Men’s Olympic Qualifiers, it has been announced.

Nikki Evans: Irish World Cup finalist retires from hockey

Nikki Evans was integral as underdogs Ireland reached the Hockey World Cup final in 2018

Nikki Evans, who helped Ireland to a famous silver medal at the 2018 Hockey World Cup, has announced her retirement from the sport.


Worldwide Hockey fixtures - 30 September

Fixtures from the various leagues around the World

Old Georgians land big win over Holcombe in EHL Build-up

Old Georgians took the laurels from their pre-EHL showdown with fellow Barcelona-bound side Holcombe with a 2-1 Thursday night win in the English Premier Division.

History-Maker Alf Dinnie Chases More Landmarks With Cardiff and Met

Alf Dinnie intends to create a fourth slice of Welsh hockey history on Saturday night.

Hockey Ireland and SoftCo look to the future with new goalkeeping initiative

Following the announcement of its partnership extension earlier this year, Hockey Ireland and SoftCo, the global leader in Procure-to-Pay and Compliance solutions, are proud to announce a new initiative in support of Hockey goalkeeping excellence entitled ‘The Goalie Club’.

NCAA Division 1 results - 30 September

Offensive Explosion Leads Ohio Field Hockey to 7-0 Win Over Longwood

ATHENS, Ohio –  The Ohio field hockey (4-4, 2-1 MAC) team returned to action Friday (Sept. 29), putting on an offensive show in front of the home crowd, defeating Longwood (2-9, 0-3 MAC), 7-0, in a Mid-American Conference matchup at Pruitt Field.

Field Hockey Downed by No. 3 Northwestern

EVANSTON, Ill. – Michigan State's defense played tough but ultimately fell on the road to No. 3-ranked Northwestern University, 6-0.

Field Hockey Streak Snapped by Lock Haven

RICHMOND, Va. – University of Richmond Field Hockey team had their four-game win streak snapped Friday evening by Lock Haven, falling 4-3 at Crenshaw Field in Atlantic 10 action.

Temple Field Hockey unable to convert against No. 9 Liberty

Despite outshooting the Flames, the Owls were unable to score against their Big East foes.

This latest loss drops Temple to 6-4 in overall and 1-2 in conference play. | ERIC ATOR / THE TEMPLE NEWS

Temple Field Hockey (6-4, 1-2 Big East Conference) lost 3-0 against No. 9 Liberty (10-1, 3-0 Big East Conference) Friday afternoon at Howarth Field. The Owls had their second straight loss to a Big East opponent at the Pride game.

Field Hockey Shutout by Penn on Friday

Lions register seven shots on goal in loss

NEW YORK — Columbia field hockey was shutout by Penn, 2-0, on Friday at Columbia Field Hockey Complex.

Field Hockey Falls at #19 UAlbany, 3-1

Box Score Albany, NY – The University of Maine field hockey team was defeated by #19 UAlbany on Friday afternoon, 3-1.

Bears Chop Down Trees

Cal Scores Five Times In Lopsided Win Over Visiting Stanford

BERKELEY – The Cal field hockey team scored five goals for just the third time in series history and finished with the third-largest margin of victory as the Golden Bears defeated visiting Stanford 5-1 on Friday afternoon at Underhill Field.

Massachusetts Falls To VCU In Defensive Clash

RICHMOND, VA. -- The Minutewomen (6-5, 2-1) competed hard in the defensive third but fell to VCU (8-2, 2-1) by a score of 1-0 on Friday at Cary Street Field.  

Third Quarter Goals from Guckian and Piekarski Lift Field Hockey over Yale

NEW HAVEN, CT. – No. 14 Harvard field hockey defeated Yale (6-3, 3-0 Ivy) for the tenth consecutive game after big third-quarter goals from Emily Guckian and Sage Piekarski. Harvard stays unbeaten in Ivy League play and will turn its focus to No. 10 Syracuse on Sunday.  

Every DI field hockey champion since 1981

Day 10 Results: SAI Shakti crowned Champions of the 3rd Khelo India Junior Women’s Hockey League 2023 (Finals) in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh

HAR Hockey Academy defeated HIM Academy by 2-1

Gwalior: In the final day of the 3rd Khelo India Junior Women’s Hockey League 2023 (Finals) in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, SAI Shakti defeated SAI BAL by 2-0 to be crowned Champions of the competition. In another fixture, Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy defeated Pritam Siwach Hockey Academy, Sonepat, 3-1, to finish third in the competition.

Day 6 Results: 1st Hockey India Sub Junior Men & Women East Zone Championship 2023

New Delhi: The group stage of the 1st Hockey India Sub Junior Men & Women East Zone Championship 2023 concluded on Friday in Ranchi, Jharkhand. In the Sub Junior Women’s category, Hockey Association of Odisha secured the top position with 13 points, closely followed by Hockey Jharkhand at 12 points. Having secured top 2 places in the points table, Hockey Association of Odisha and Hockey Jharkhand have confirmed their place in the Final and will be up against one another on Saturday at 10:00 hrs.

Former hockey star now chairs leading club

By Conrad Angula

Anke Erdmannsky (right) was the head coach of the Namibian boys u18 team that participated at the Africa Youth Hockey Olympic Qualifying event. Photo: contributed

Former Ramblers and women’s national hockey team star Anke Erdmannsky is currently turning out for Namibia’s Masters team

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