Men's Hero Asian Champions Trophy 2018 - Day 3
Results 20 October
KOR v JPN (RR) 0 - 2
PAK v IND (RR) 1 - 3
Fixtures 21 October (GMT +4)
21:10 IND v JPN (RR)
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Defending champions India rally from early deficit to defeat Pakistan 3-1
World No.5 India register their second successive win at the Hero Asian Champions Trophy Muscat 2018
Neutral World Panel umpire Peter Wright awarding Pakistan their goal.
MUSCAT: Title holders India rallied after conceding a goal in the opening minute to defeat Pakistan 3-1 in the Hero Asian Champions Trophy Muscat 2018 in a fast encounter showcasing sub-continental hockey at the Sltan Qaboos Sports Complex here today.
India defeat Pakistan 3-1 in Asian Champions Trophy
Asian Championship Trophy , Hockey India
India convincingly defeated arch-rivals Pakistan 3-1 in the Asian Champions Trophy in Muscat on Saturday.
India beat Pakistan 3-1 at Asian Champions Trophy to claim second win
Indian Men's Hockey Team , Twitter @TheHockeyIndia
India continued its dominance over arch-rivals Pakistan with a 3-1 win at the Asian Champions Trophy hockey tournament on Saturday.
India outpace Pakistan 3-1 in ACT
Manpreet Singh scored the first goal for India. AHF
India recovered from an early jolt to beat Pakistan 3-1 in their second Asian Champions Trophy match here today.
India beat Pakistan 3-1 at Asian Champions Trophy hockey
India continued its dominance over arch-rivals Pakistan with a 3-1 win to register their second consecutive win at the Asian Champions Trophy hockey tournament here on Saturday.
India beat Pakistan 3-1, extend winning streak against rivals to 11
Captain Manpreet Singh (24th), forward Mandeep Singh (31st) and Dilpreet Singh (42nd) scored
Manpreet Singh. Photo Credit: AP
India made a stupendous comeback after being a goal down as they beat Pakistan 3-1 in the 5th Asian Champions Trophy hockey tournament to stretch their unbeaten streak against their arch-rivals to 11 games.
India outclass Pakistan in Asian Champions Trophy
ISLAMABAD - India simply outclassed Pakistan 3-1 in an Asian Hockey Champions Trophy match currently underway in Oman on Saturday.
Oman’s hockey players have potential to stand up against top sides, says coach Tahir Zaman
Hero Asian Champions Trophy is a great opportunity for the Omani players to show their competitive spirit feels the former Pakistan Skipper
Hero Player of the match - Al Noufali Fahad.jpg
Musca: Oman’s hockey team is relishing the opportunity to play against top sides on home turf during the Hero Asian Champions Trophy Muscat 2018, says coach Tahir Zaman.
Tahir: Oman need to focus and brace for the task
Musca: During his playing career, Tahir Zaman, a contemporary of Shahbaz Sr, helped Pakistan rip apart most rivals. The sharp shooter of goals, who can be a flesh in the thron of any defence, is now on a different mission of guiding Oman men's hockey team to a higher ranking than it is now. Oman team now is in big Asian company, with hosting of Asian Champions Trophy.
Malaysian hockey team get the stick from Oltmans for inconsistency
By Aftar Singh
KUALA LUMPUR: The national hockey team have been inconsistent after two matches in the Asian Champions Trophy in Muscat, Oman.
Ric Charlesworth on 2018 Hockey World Cup: Home advantage makes a difference, but in India it can be a disadvantage
File image of Ric Charlesworth. Reuters
New Delhi: India are set to host the 12th edition of the Men's Hockey World Cup at Bhubaneswar in the months of November and December this year, and the home advantage factor is one of the many reasons the Indians are being tagged as favourites ahead of the event.
India’s Asian Games performance an aberration: Charlesworth
Former Australia coach Ric Charlesworth believes the Indian men’s hockey team’s performance at the Asian Games, where they finished third, was an aberration. Charlesworth, who had a short stint in India as the technical director, added that constant chopping and changing of coaches has played a part in India failing to win big medals.
2018 Test Matches: NZL v CAN (M) - 4th Test
NZL v CAN 2 - 3
Canada win the 4 Test series 2 - 1 with the 2nd Test drawn
FIH Match Centre
Vantage Black Sticks Men suffer 3-2 loss to Canada
The Vantage Black Sticks Men suffered a 3-2 loss to Canada in the deciding game of the BDO Hockey Series this afternoon at Lloyd Elsmore Park in Pakuranga, Auckland.
Black Sticks men suffer series defeat to Canada in final World Cup shakedown
The Canada charge is on, as Brendan Bissett levels the scores against New Zealand. ALISHA LOVRICH/PHOTOSPORT
New Zealand will go into next month's men's Hockey World Cup off the back of a home series defeat to Canada.
NZ Black Sticks Women's coach to attend National Māori hockey tournament
By Mere McLean
At the National Māori hockey tournament in Rotorua, Black Sticks coach Mark Hager will be in attendance for the finals.
Four AHL Quarter-Final Match-ups Decided On Busy Saturday
Four Australian Hockey League (AHL) quarter-final match-ups have been confirmed following a busy Saturday with six matches played in Round Three in Canberra, Brisbane and Perth.
ROUND-UP: English Men's Hockey League
A hat-trick from Ed Horler helped Wimbledon secure their first league victory of the season with a 5-2 win over Sevenoaks in the Men’s Hockey League Premier Division on Saturday.
Irish Hockey League: Annadale edge Cookstown in Ulster derby
Peter Caruth struck late for Annadale in their narrow win over Cookstown on Saturday
Annadale defeated Cookstown 4-3 in another explosive Ulster derby in the Men's Irish Hockey League.
The Scottish National League 1 twists and turns continue
Edinburgh University v Grange – photo by Duncan Gray
Once again this season`s National League 1 has provided twists and turns, in the men`s league it is Grove Menzieshill who have taken over pole position on goal difference from Edinburgh University, although the Taysiders still have games in hand. Wildcats are still top of the women`s table despite going down to champions Edinburgh University, although now only on goal difference from Dundee Wanderers.
Harvard extends win streak to 10 in top 10 Ivy League battle with Princeton
Harvard Field Hockey. Harvard Athletics
PRINCETON, N.J. — Three goals off penalty corners and a stellar defensive performance across the board helped No. 9 Harvard field hockey (13-1, 5-0 Ivy League) to a 3-1 win over No. 3 Princeton (11-4, 4-1 Ivy League) on Saturday afternoon.
Men's Hero Asian Champions Trophy 2018 - Day 2
Results 19 October
PAK v KOR (RR) 3 - 1
OMA v MAS (RR) 1 - 3
Fixtures 20 October (GMT +4)
18:55 KOR v JPN (RR)
21:10 PAK v IND (RR)
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Pakistan start with 3-1 victory over South Korea in Hero Asian Champions Trophy Muscat 2018
Pakistan Skipper Rizwan Senior awarded Hero Player of The Match; With a win each, India and Pakistan will face-off against each other on Saturday
MUSCAT, October 19: Two-time winners Pakistan began their Hero Asian Champions Trophy Muscat 2018 campaign with a 3-1 victory over South Korea at the Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex here today.
Malaysia overcome hard-working Oman 3-1 for second win
Oman's Fahad Al Noufali adjudged Hero Player Of Match
Muscat: Malaysia posted their second successive victory when they prevailed 3-1 over a fighting Oman in the Hero Asian Champions Trophy Muscat 2018 at the Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex here today.
Pakistan defeat South Korea 3-1 in their opener at Asian Champions Trophy
LAHORE: Pakistan were off to a brilliant start in the 5th Asian Champions Trophy Hockey Tournament when they defeated South Korea 3-1 in their opener at the Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex in Muscat, Oman on Friday. Pakistan were easily the better side in the first half. The dominated the possession, had several circle penetrations, created quite a few chances and availed two of them. Most of their attacks came from the right side. In the 12th minute, a delightful move starting from the own half saw balls passed superbly and Umar Bhutta laid it in the path of Ajaz Ahmad in front of goal who easily put it in. In the 18th minute, some excellent passing inside the circle saw an Umar attempt saved superbly by the goalkeeper but Umar availed the rebound in a flash of an eye.
Pakistan rout Korea 3-1 at Asian Champions Trophy
Lahore - Pakistan started the 5th Asian Champions Trophy Hockey Tournament campaign in great style as they routed South Korea by 3-1 in the opening match played at the Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex in Muscat, Oman.
Malaysia struggle to beat Oman in Muscat
By Jugjet Singh
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia took the scenic route before beating Oman 3-1 in Friday's Asian Champions Trophy match in Muscat.
Malaysia beat hosts Oman 3-1 in Asian Champions Trophy
By Aftar Singh
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia registered their second win in the men's Asian Champions Trophy hockey tournament by defeating Oman 3-1 at the Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex in Muscat, Oman on Friday (Oct 19).
Malaysia continues unbeaten run in Asian Champions Trophy
Malaysia defeated hosts Oman 3-1 in the 2018 Asian Champions Trophy Hockey
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia continued its winning streak in the 2018 Asian Champions Trophy Hockey Tournament by defeating hosts Oman 3-1 in their second preliminary match at the Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex in Muscat, Oman on Saturday.
Pakistan to face India in Asian Hockey Champions Trophy today
Two-time champions Pakistan will face arch-rivals India in their second match of the Asian Hockey Champions Trophy 2018 at the Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex in Muscat on Saturday.
India vs Pak tonight, coach says it’s ‘first real test’
Harendra Singh, India coach
The Indian men’s hockey team chief coach Harendra Singh says his team has shrugged off the disappointment of the Jakarta Asian Games and is looking forward to their contest with Pakistan in the Asian Champions Trophy on Saturday.
Stats Speak: Today is India-Pakistan’s 175th match
By B.G.Joshi (Sehore-Bhopal, India)
Emerging midfielder Neelakanta(number 18) of Manipur (polished his skill from MP Hockey Academy) will play his 21st international but first against Pakistan(photo-courtesy Hockey India).
Arch rivals India-Pakistan will play their 175th international match today in Sutan Qaboos Complex, Muscat (Oman).Match will be live on Star Sports 2 from 10:40 pm. India won 9 in last 10 matches- a memorable feats .9 Indian players of present squad have scored against formidable opponent, they are: Harmanpreet Singh(7),Akashdeep Singh(5),MandeepSingh(4),Manpreet Singh;Dilpreet Singh;Chinglensana Singh and Lalit Upadhyay(2 goals each),Gurjant Singh and Kothajit Singh(1 goal each).All the matches of India-Pakistan have tradition of zeal, enthusiasm with best ever performance of both side players. In Muscat it is first ever match of these two giants. Here are the highlights:
Team need to improve on possession play, says Oltmans
By Jugjet Singh
KUALA LUMPUR: National coach Roelant Oltmans was pleased with his team’s 3-0 win over Japan in Friday’s opening Asian Champions Trophy match in Oman.
Pakistan hockey team set sights on Asian Champions Trophy title
By Nabil Tahir
KARACHI : Pakistan National hockey team with an aim to win the title, will be beginning their journey at the Asian Men’s Hockey Champions Trophy on Friday. The team will play their first match against South Korea at Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex in Oman.
2018 Test Matches: NZL v CAN (M) - 3rd Test
20 October NZL v CAN 1 - 2
FIH Match Centre
Vantage Black Sticks Men fall to Canada, 2-1
The Vantage Black Sticks Men fell to Canada, 2-1, in game 3 of the BDO Hockey Series this afternoon at Lloyd Elsmore Park in Pakuranga, Auckland.
Busy times ahead for Las Leonas
Carla Rebecchi & Delfina Merino (ARG). Photo: Yan Huckendubler
Argentina women have a busy calendar over the coming months. First, the Hockey Champions Trophy in China beckons. Then Las Leonas are eagerly anticipating the arrival of FIH Pro League hockey in their country as they prepare to host the world’s best teams – male and female – in the inaugural year of competition.
Hockey confirmed at University of Birmingham for 2022 Commonwealths
By The Hockey Paper
Hockey will be played at University of Birmingham PIC: Adrian Burrows
Hockey will be one of 12 sports taking place at existing venues for the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Hockey team to tour Pak if govt allows
The Bangladesh Hockey Federation (BHF) has recently agreed to send a team to the proposed Hockey Series Open in Pakistan on condition of Bangladesh government's approval of the tour.
Bann and Rovers move into top two spots ahead of big weekend
Banbridge and Three Rock Rovers moved into the top two spots in midweek with their hard-fought wins over Annadale and Monkstown, respectively, ahead of a big weekend in the Irish men’s EY Hockey League.
Old friends meet as Alex and UCD face off in Milltown
Plenty of old friends will meet up at Milltown as Old Alex’s fruitful start to the season sees them host UCD with both sides sitting on six points after two games.
Topsy-turvy Scottish National League 1 title race continues
Scottish Hockey Division 1 match – Western Wildcats v Dundee Wanderers – photo by Duncan Gray
It is all change again in a topsy-turvy National League 1 title race so far; Clydesdale are the new leaders in the men`s competition while Western Wildcats have clawed their way to pole position in the women`s – they have taken over from Hillhead and Dundee Wanderers respectively.
Terengganu eye final spot in Razak Cup despite the absence of key players
By Aftar Singh
National goalkeeper Muhd Hafizuddin Othman
KUALA LUMPUR: Two-time champions Terengganu don’t have their strongest side but they are still hoping to reach their third consecutive final in Malaysia's Razak Cup hockey tournament starting on Oct 26 at the National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil.
Parkites head to Indoor semis unbeaten
by Nigel Simon
Defending champions Queen's Park Cricket Club moved to within two wins of retaining its Men’s Open Division T&T Hockey Board Indoor Championship title after ending the five-team round-robin series with a perfect 4-0 record at the Woodbrook Youth Facility, Hamilton-Holder Street, Woodbrook on Sunday last.
Dope Violation: NADA bans hockey goalie Chitke for 2 years, 4-year suspension for 5 others
The National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) has banned hockey goalkeeper Akash Chitke for two years after he tested positive for a prohibited substance earlier this year.
IOC President joins local children for hockey session in downtown Buenos Aires
Photo credit: IOC Media
Before the third edition of the Summer Youth Olympic Games (YOG) came to a close in Buenos Aires, Argentina yesterday, the President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Thomas Bach, joined local children and Argentina's Rio 2016 Olympic gold medallist Matias Paredes for a hockey session in one of the city’s most deprived areas.
Hockey Futures Shaping The Future Of Hockey
Emma Watson in a Hockey session at Thorpe Hall Primary School in East London
England based Hockey Futures has been at the forefront of spreading hockey by making the sport accessible through its vision to create a nation where every young person can play hockey. The charity works with hockey clubs to create outreach programmes to connect with young people through schools and community organisations.
Late goal pushes Maryland field hockey over Northwestern and secures Big Ten title
Bibi Donraadt scored twice to clinch the Terps at least a share of the regular season crown.
By Lila Bromberg
Forward Bibi Donraadt passes the ball during Maryland field hockey’s match against Ohio State at the Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex on Sept. 21, 2018. (Andi Wenck/The Diamondback)
Maryland field hockey midfielder Kelee Lepage gave forward Bibi Donraadt the ball on the right side of the net with time winding down Friday. Donraadt didn’t hesitate for a second, quickly scooping the ball past Northwestern’s goalkeeper into the net to give the Terps a one-goal lead.
Maryland field hockey’s seniors are determined to end their careers on a high note
Maryland’s six-woman senior class will be honored at Senior Day on Friday.
By Lila Bromberg
Forward Linnea Gonzales looks to defend during Maryland field hockey’s 1-0 win over Ohio State at the Field Hockey and Lacrosse Complex on Sept. 21, 2018. (Andi Wenck/The Diamondback)
During Maryland field hockey players Sarah Holliday, Linnea Gonzales, Julie Duncan and Olivia Reiter’s freshman year in College park, the Terps won the Big Ten regular season and tournament title, but lost in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
No. 13 Rutgers shuts out No. 7 Iowa for program record
Rutgers shut out Iowa in a home victory. Rutgers Athletics
PISCATAWAY, N.J. – No. 13 Rutgers field hockey (12-4, 4-4 Big Ten) earned its second top-ten win of the season with an outstanding defensive effort, getting a 1-0 shutout victory over No. 7 Iowa (12-5, 4-4 Big Ten). Nikki Profita scored the lone goal and Giana Glatz made three saves, including a huge late stop of a penalty stroke to secure Rutgers' eighth shutout of the season.
From USA Teammates to College Challengers - Inside the Duke North Carolina Field Hockey Rivalry
by Leah Jenk
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, is home to the No. 1-ranked women’s field hockey program in the country. But 10 miles up U.S. Highway 15 lives the No. 4-ranked women’s field hockey program – Duke. This rivalry, historically noted as the most intense rivalry in college athletics, is being renewed for the second time this season Sunday afternoon and will feature three members of the U.S. Women's National Field Hockey Team.
It is with the greatest regret that I have to inform you all of the death of Alistair Ogilvie. He died peacefully after a short illness on Wednesday 10th October 2018.
Alistair was a very valuable member of the Organising Committee for the Grand Masters European Championships last year. His willingness to accept any role asked of him, his attention to detail and foresight in organisation was invaluable and much appreciated. Many of you will know what a delight he was to play with not just in the international team but also in the Thistles. His subtlety, sense of position, eye for a gap and speed of reaction will be sadly missed. More importantly, we have all lost a friend and colleague.
I wish to inform those members who knew Alistair that his funeral is on Monday 22nd October at 11.45am at the South Lanarkshire Crematorium, 31, Sydes Brae, Blantyre G72 0TL. Thereafter the Strathaven Hotel. Family flowers only. There will be a collection in aid of the Myeloma Society.
John A Hay
Secretary, Scottish Masters LX Hockey Club