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News for 29 October 2023

All the news for Sunday 29 October 2023

Pan American Games 2023 - 29 October 2023
Santiago de Chile, Chile

All times GMT -3


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

Pool Standings


28 Oct 2023 09:30        URU v TTO (Pool A)     11 - 0
28 Oct 2023 11:30         USA v ARG (Pool A)       1 - 5
28 Oct 2023 17:30         MEX v CUB (Pool B)       1 - 1
28 Oct 2023 19:30         CAN v CHI (Pool B)        0 - 2

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

Pool Standings

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Granatto superb as Argentina take out USA, Uruguay blast past TTO

Day 4 of the XIX Pan American Games in Santiago, Chile opened with Pool A play and Uruguay settling on a comfortable 11-0 score line over Trinidad and Tobago, while Argentina scored five unanswered goals to win 5-1 over the USA. Pool A is shaping up with the Leonas on top with six points, while Uruguay and Argentina will do battle to make the cross-over matches.

Chile dazzle home crowd with win over Canada as Cuba, Mexico draw in Pool B play

Day 4 of the XIX Pan American Games in Santiago, Chile featured two tightly contested matches in women’s Pool B play. Despite dominating the play Mexico trailed by a goal before tying Cuba and hanging for the 1-1 draw. A jam-packed Estadio National roared on the Diablas who scored two goals late in the third quarter to beat Canada 2-0.

Hosts, Chile defeat Canada in sold out prime-time matchup

Chile takes down Canada 2-0 in front of sold out Santiago crowd

Photo Yan Huckendubler

In an electrifying showdown at the 2023 Pan American Games, the Women’s National Team faced off against a spirited Chilean side in front of a raucous, sold-out crowd in Santiago. The match had all the intensity and drama one could hope for in a critical group stage tilt. The horns, the chants, the cheering, the flag waving; the crowd noise was deafening at field-level.

African Hockey Road To Paris 2024 - 29 October

All times GMT +2


29 Oct 2023 12:00     EGY v KEN (Pool B)     
29 Oct 2023 14:00     GHA v ZAM (Pool B)     
29 Oct 2023 18:00     RSA v ZIM (Pool A)         
29 Oct 2023 20:00     NGR v UGA (Pool A)     

30 Oct 2023 10:00     KEN v ZAM (Pool B)     
30 Oct 2023 12:00     GHA v EGY (Pool B)     
30 Oct 2023 16:00     ZIM v UGA (Pool A)     
30 Oct 2023 20:00 NGR v RSA (Pool A)     

Pool standings


29 Oct 2023 08:00     GHA v NAM (Pool B)     2 - 1     
29 Oct 2023 10:00     KEN v ZAM (Pool B)     4 - 0
29 Oct 2023 16:00     RSA v ZIM (Pool A)         

30 Oct 2023 08:00 NAM v ZAM (Pool B)     
30 Oct 2023 14:00     KEN v GHA (Pool B)     
30 Oct 2023 18:00     NGR v RSA (Pool A)     

Pool Standings

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Hosts hopes high at African Paris 2024 hockey qualifier in Pretoria

By Mike Rowbottom

Pretoria will host the African Hockey Olympic Qualifiers for Paris 2024 ©FIH

Pretoria will host the men’s and women’s African Olympic hockey qualifier for Paris 2024 which is due to start tomorrow and conclude November 5, with an automatic place on offer to the winners.

Kenya begin hunt for Paris Olympic ticket against Zambia and Egypt

By Washington Onyango

Team Kenya women hockey player Maureen Senge in action against New Zealand. [Kelly Ayodi]

The best men’s and women’s hockey teams from Africa will assemble in South Africa for the African Hockey Road to Paris 2024 tournament which starts on Sunday in Pretoria

Jharkhand Women's Asian Champions Trophy Ranchi 2023 - 29 October
Ranchi, Jharkhand (IND)

All times GMT +5:30

28 Oct 2023 16:00     JPN v KOR (One Pool)     4 - 0
28 Oct 2023 18:15     THA v CHN (One Pool)     0 - 6
28 Oct 2023 20:30     IND v MAS (One Pool)     5 - 0

29 Oct 2023 is a rest day

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Jharkhand Women's Asian Champions Trophy Ranchi 2023: India and Japan Secure Consecutive Wins, China Opens Its Account

Ranchi: The Indian women's hockey team continued their excellent performance at the Marang Gomke Jaypal Singh Munda AstroTurf Hockey Stadium here on Saturday, securing their consecutive second victory at the Jharkhand Women's Asian Champions Trophy Ranchi 2023. The host team, India, defeated Thailand 7-1 in their first match and then emerged victorious against Malaysia with a scoreline of 5-0 in their second match.

India Women's Hockey Team defeats Malaysia 5-0; registers second consecutive victory in Jharkhand Women's Asian Champions Trophy Ranchi 2023

Vandana Katariya, Sangita Kumari, Lalremsiami, and Jyoti scored goals for India

Ranchi: The Indian Women’s Hockey Team registered their second consecutive victory at the Jharkhand Women's Asian Champions Trophy Ranchi 2023 campaign in a high scoring encounter on Saturday. Team India defeated Malaysia 5-0 in their second game of the tournament. Vandana Katariya (7’, 21’), Sangita Kumari (28’), Lalremsiami (28’), and Jyoti (38’) were the goalscorers for India.

India beats Malaysia 5-0, stays on top after two games

A brace from Vandana Katariya (7’, 21’) along with goals from Sangita Kumari (28’) and Lalremsiami (28’) gave India a 4-0 lead at half-time before Jyoti added one more in the second half.

Uthra Ganesan

India defeated Malaysia in its second match of the Women’s Asian Champions Trophy in Ranchi on Saturday. | Photo Credit: Asian Hockey Federation

India put up a much better performance for a convincing 5-0 victory against Malaysia in its second outing at the Jharkand Women’s Asian Champions Trophy in Ranchi on Saturday.

Speedy Tigresses suffer heavy loss against India

By Aftar Singh

Malaysia (in yellow) in action against hosts India in a women's Asian Champions Trophy match at the Marang Gomke Jaipal Singh Stadium in Ranchi on Saturday. - Pic credit AHF

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian women's hockey team fell to their second defeat in the Asian Champions Trophy in India on Saturday.

2023 Sultan of Johor Cup - 29 October
Johor, Malaysia

All times GMT +8

28 Oct 2023 16:05     GER v RSA (A)      6 - 1
28 Oct 2023 18:05     PAK v NZL (B)      3 - 2
28 Oct 2023 20:35     MAS v IND (B)     1 - 3

29 Oct 2023 is a rest day

30 Oct 2023 16:05     RSA v GBR (A)     
30 Oct 2023 18:05     AUS v GER (A)     
30 Oct 2023 20:35     IND v NZL (B)       
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Germany dominate South Africa in SoJC, New Zealand fall to Pakistan

By Jugjet Singh

- Pic credit Facebook DHBhockey

JOHOR BARU: Despite a slow start, favourites Germany thrashed South Africa 6-1 in today's Sultan of Johor Cup (SoJC) at Taman Daya Stadium here.

Tough opener in Malaysia for South Africa U21 Men

The South African U21 Men began their campaign at the Sultan of Johor Cup in Malaysia on Saturday against Germany. The two teams are utilizing the tournament as preparation for the FIH Junior World Cup where they will be in the same Pool as well.

Sultan of Johor Cup: Pakistan beat New Zealand to go top of the table

The Men in Green will now take on Malaysia next

Pakistani players celebrate after scoring a goal. — X/AHF

Pakistan continued their fantastic display in the 2023 Sultan of Johor Cup and defeated New Zealand 3-2 on Saturday.

National juniors go down fighting against India in SoJC

By Jugjet Singh

- Pic credit Facebook MalaysianHockeyConfederation

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia took the lead and then made too many unforced errors to gift India a 3-1 win in the Sultan of Johor Cup at Taman Daya Stadium in Johor Baru on Saturday.

India downs Malaysia 3-1 in Sultan of Johor Cup


PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian junior team thought they had the best of starts but were taken down by the venomous Indians 1-3 in the Sultan of Johor Cup tournament on Saturday (Oct 28).

India beat Malaysia 3-1 to top Pool A table in Sultan of Johor Cup 2023

Aditya Lalage (28’), Amandeep Lakra (37’), and Rohit (54’) scored to secure the three points for India

Johor Bahru (Malaysia): Indian Colts registered a stunning 3-1 victory against hosts Malaysia in the 11th Sultan of Johor Cup 2023 after goals from Aditya Lalage (28’), Amandeep Lakra (37’) and Rohit (54’). Meanwhile, Suhaimi Irfan Shahmie (13') scored the lone goal for Malaysia. After this win, India sit on top of Pool B in the table.

Danger – Beware

Ashley Morrison

"If God had wanted us to play football in the clouds, he'd have put grass up there" is a famous quote from the great football coach Brian Clough, when English clubs started to resort to the long-ball game. In other words teams would hoof the ball in the air up the pitch aiming for a tall forward, who would nod the ball past the advancing keeper, or try and volley it home.

Peter Haberl joins Indian Women’s Hockey Team as Mental Conditioning Coach

Haberl joins the squad today at the Jharkhand Women’s Asian Champions Trophy Ranchi 2023

New Delhi: Hockey India on Saturday officially welcomed Mr. Peter Harberl as the Mental Conditioning Coach for the Indian Women's Hockey Team. During his tenure, Haberl, a licensed psychologist, who hails from Colorado Springs, USA, will work alongside the Indian Women's Hockey Team Chief Coach Janneke Schopman.

Worldwide Hockey fixtures - 29 October

Fixtures from the various leagues around the World

Canberra Chill and NSW Pride turn it on in front of record crowd

A record JDH Hockey One League crowd has witnessed Canberra Chill Women and NSW Pride Men prevail in a high octane double header at the National Hockey Centre.

NCAA Division 1 results - 29 October

Field Hockey Falls to American in Regular-Season Finale, 2-0

BOSTON - The Boston University field hockey team closed out its regular season on Saturday afternoon with a 2-0 loss to American at New Balance Field on Senior Day.

Beekhuis Nets Buzzer Beater to Complete Undefeated Ivy Season

ITHACA, NY. – No. 9 Harvard Field hockey (13-3, 7-0 Ivy) won a thrilling game against Cornell to cap off an undefeated season in Ivy Play. Lara Beekhuis scored both goals for Harvard including a buzzer-beater to clinch sole possession of the 2023 Ivy Title. With the win, Harvard will host the inaugural Ivy Field Hockey Tournament next weekend at Berlyson Field

Field Hockey Falls at Dartmouth

Wimmer makes a season-high 11 saves

HANOVER, N.H. — Columbia field hockey dropped a 3-1 decision to Dartmouth on Saturday afternoon at Chase Field.

Field Hockey Routs Colgate, 5-0, for Senior Day Victory

LEWISBURG, Pa.- The Bucknell Bison field hockey team (8-8, 3-3 PL) completed an undefeated 2023 home schedule (7-0) by defeating the Colgate Raiders (3-13, 0-6 PL) 5-0 at Holmes Stadium on a balmy Saturday. Bucknell scored tallied goals in the first three periods to comfortably cruise to a victory. Lily Neilson scored twice and supplied an assist to senior Rachel Apa. Kira Leclercq added another goal, as did Mia Fields. The Bison already clinched the final tournament spot thanks to Lehigh's Friday night loss to Lafayette, but Bucknell enters the PL Championships with additional momentum. The Bison have made the Patriot League Tournament for the 16th consecutive season.

Success for Grange and Grove Menzieshill at the Scottish U18 National Club Cup Finals

Grange won the U18 Girls’ National Club final with 7-2 victory over Fjordhus Reivers at Peffermill.

New home for JHA marks milestone in hockey development

By Jugjet Singh

JOHOR BARU: Four years after the initial proposal, the Johor Hockey Association (JHA) will unveil its own four-story building on Monday.

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