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News for 26 October 2023

All the news for Thursday 26 Ocber 2023

Pan American Games 2023 - 26 October 2023
Santiago de Chile, Chile

All times GMT -3


25 Oct 2023 09:30     CAN v BRA (Pool B)     2 - 0
25 Oct 2023 11:30     USA v TTO (Pool B)       6 - 1
25 Oct 2023 17:30     ARG v MEX (Pool A)     10 - 1
25 Oct 2023 19:30     CHI v PER (Pool A)       15 - 0

27 Oct 2023 09:30     BRA v TTO (Pool B)     
27 Oct 2023 11:30     USA v CAN (Pool B)     
27 Oct 2023 17:30     MEX v PER (Pool A)     
27 Oct 2023 19:30     CHI v ARG (Pool A)      

Pool Standings


26 Oct 2023 09:30     ARG v URU (Pool A)     
26 Oct 2023 11:30         USA v TTO (Pool A)     
26 Oct 2023 17:30         CAN v CUB (Pool B)     
26 Oct 2023 19:30         CHI v MEX (Pool B)         

Pool Standings

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North American sides take opening wins in men’s Pool B play

The opening games of the XIX Pan American Games saw the North American sides come out victorious in Pool B play. Up first, the Canadian Red Caribou downed Brazil 2-0, while the USA stormed to a 6-1 victory over Trinidad and Tobago at Estadio Nationale in Santiago, Chile.

Argentina, Chile score big to open men’s Pool A play

Day 1 continued with men’s Pool A play at the XIX Pan American Games at Estadio Nationale in Santiago, Chile as four goals from Thomas Domene propelled Argentina 10-1 over Mexico. An excited home crowd fueled the Chileans to a dominant 15-0 win over Peru featuring 11 different scorers.

Canada kicks off Pan American Games with a win

Men’s National Team opens with a win against Brazil

In a thrilling opening match of the Pan American Games field hockey competition, Team Canada displayed their quality as they triumphed over Brazil, securing a 2-0 victory. This back-and-forth showdown left Canadian hockey fans excited as their team took the first step toward the medal rounds.

China touches down in Ranchi with aim to clinch their maiden Jharkhand Women's Asian Champions Trophy Ranchi 2023 title

China will open their campaign against Korea on 27th October

Ranchi: The excitement is building as the China Women's Hockey Team touched down at Birsa Munda Airport today, ready to make their mark at the highly anticipated Jharkhand Women's Asian Champions Trophy Ranchi 2023. The Team received a warm and enthusiastic welcome upon their arrival, as they set their sights on clinching their first Women's Asian Champions Trophy title.

Thailand arrives in Ranchi for Women’s Asian Champions Trophy 2023

Thailand is set to face opponents like Malaysia, China, Korea, Japan, and hosts India at the prestigious event.  

Thailand women’s team is a fairly young one, with seven players out of the squad of 18 still in their teens, the youngest of the lot is Parichart Phopool, a 15-year-old with 6 caps to her name.  | Photo Credit: Hockey India

The Thailand Women’s Hockey Team was welcomed with the sounds of drums and fireworks as it arrived in Ranchi for the Women’s Asian Champions Trophy Ranchi 2023 on Wednesday.

Malaysia will miss two key players for Ranchi mission

By Aftar Singh

Fifteen players from the Malaysian team that finished fifth in the Hangzhou Asian Games have been retained for the ACT. - NSTP file pic

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia will be without two key players for the women's hockey Asian Champions Trophy (ACT) which begins on Oct 27 in Ranchi, India.

African Hockey Road to Paris 2024: Preview

From 29 October to 5 November, the best men’s and women’s hockey teams from Africa will assemble at Pretoria, South Africa for the African Hockey Road to Paris 2024 tournament with the winners joining France (men and women), Australia (men and women), Netherlands (men and women), India (men) and China (women) in securing direct qualification to the Olympic Games Paris 2024.

Dave Smolenaars makes the final decisions for the Dutch Juniors World Cup selection

Noa Muller has been appointed as reserve together with Mea de Vries. Photo: Willem Vernes

Dave Smolenaars – national coach of the Dutch Juniors – has announced the eighteen-man selection for the World Cup-21 in Chile (November 29 – December 10). Noa Muller (Amsterdam) and Mea de Vries (Kampong) did not survive the final selection. They have been designated as reserves.

NZ Indoor Squads for Malaysia trip named

Hockey NZ’s Indoor Hockey programme is following up its recent World Cup experience by attending an FIH sanctioned event in Malaysia.

Match Preview | Perth Thundersticks vs Hockey Club Melbourne

Perth Hockey Stadium at Curtin University will thunder to life again this Sunday 29 October when the Perth Thundersticks go head-to-head with Hockey Club Melbourne.

Team Selection: Hockeyroo, round one stars return

The Perth Thundersticks teams are locked and loaded for their JDH Hockey One round four double header against Hockey Club Melbourne.

Evans confident ahead of cross border clash with NSW Pride

A historic state rivalry will see a new chapter written when Canberra Chill and NSW Pride battle it out for bragging rights in a decisive JDH Hockey One League double header on Saturday.

Bulldogs stay hot with wins against Columbia, Richmond

Field Hockey extended their win streak to three with wins against Columbia and Richmond.

Meredith Henderson

Yale Athletics

This past weekend, Yale’s field hockey team (7–8, 3–3 Ivy) took on Columbia University (3–11, 0–6 Ivy) and the University of Richmond (7–9, 2–4 A10).

Sammy Popper’s recent scoring explosion has Maryland field hockey surging

Holliday Woodard

Sammy Popper looks for a pass during Maryland field hockey's 2-1 win over Indiana on Oct. 22, 2023. (Eric Robinson/The Diamondback)

Sammy Popper is no stranger to the spontaneity that occurs on the field hockey pitch.

No. 7 Maryland field hockey at No. 1 Northwestern preview

The Terps look to clinch their second consecutive Big Ten regular season title.

By Ryan-Martin

Photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics.

Winners of seven straight, Maryland field hockey moved up two spots to No. 7 in the latest National Field Hockey Coaches Association’s poll.

Field Hockey Wraps Up Regular Season Play This Weekend

EAST LANSING, Mich. -- The Spartans close out the regular season this weekend as they travel to Ann Arbor to face Michigan on Friday, Oct. 27 at 6 p.m. MSU hosts Ball State on Senior Day, Sunday, Oct. 29 at 1 p.m.

Bears Wrap Up Regular Season On East Coast

America East Tournament Seedings Up For Grabs In Final Week

BERKELEY – The California field hockey team wraps up the regular season this weekend when it travels to the East Coast for a pair of America East contests. The Golden Bears begin the trip taking on New Hampshire on Friday at 11 a.m. PT. On Sunday, Cal travels to Maine to take on the Black Bears. Both contests will feature live video and live stats and will have seeding implications for the upcoming America East Tournament.

Singapore women Masters secure eye-opening sponsors for Asian Hockey Cup

Senior National and Masters player, Ming Fen, in action

One of the benefits of entering the Masters scene is the potential for teams with years of buiness experience to lock together to find ways of sponsoring their way to tournaments. In the case of Singapore women, they have perhaps become the first Masters team to achieve such an array of business backing and raise the profile of women’s hockey in the process.

How Scots are using esports as Trojan horse vehicle to boost hockey

By Nigel Duncan

Barry Cawte used to be involved in running an indoor tennis centre in Wales which was struggling. Across the road was a gaming outlet and there were queues to get in.

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