Vanasch and Waterloo shoot-out success yet again as Mannheim fall in FINAL4
Rot Weiss corner prowess too much for Real Club de Polo in FINAL4 showdown
Waterloo Ducks and HTC Uhlenhorst Mülheim to contest ABN AMRO EHL U14 final
Sukri: China wall hard to crack
By Aftar Singh
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian hockey team’s bid to win the FIH Series Finals might be hampered by the Great Wall of China.
2019 Women series NAM v ZAM
20 Apr 2019 NAM v ZAM 5 - 1
21 Apr 2019 NAM v ZAM 3 - 1
22 Apr 2019 NAM v ZAM 6 - 1
FIH Match Centre
USMNT Presented with More Scoring Chances in Third Loss of Series to Korea
SEOUL, South Korea - The U.S. Men's National Team was met by a relentless high tempo and pace from South Korea in game three of the four-match series. Played at the Korea National Training Center in Seoul, No. 25 USA had multiple chances but it was the No. 17 hosts who made the most of scoring opportunities as the game finished 0-3.
Adjustments Made as U-21 USWNT Narrowly Loses to Great Britain in Second Tour Game
MONCHENGLADBACH, Germany - Another beautiful afternoon of field hockey for the U.S. U-21 Women's National Team, as they played their second match of the international tour against Great Britain today.
U-19 USWNT Finishes Tour with Close Win Over Germany
DUSSELDORF, Germany - In their final game of their tour, the U.S. U-19 Women's National Team labeled it as their “Championship Game”. All the valuable lessons of top international field hockey that they learned had to be applied in this game against Germany's U-18 team. After a 60-minute hard, fought battle USA can look back on a successful campaign, winning the final game 4-3.
Kookas Team Named For First FIH Pro League Away Trip
Hockey Australia today announces the travelling Kookaburras team to play New Zealand and Argentina in the Pacific leg of the FIH Pro League.
Debutante & Returning Star Added For Hockeyroos
Hockey Australia today announces the travelling Hockeyroos team to play New Zealand, Argentina and USA in the Pacific leg of the FIH Pro League.
Series wins for Scotland U16s and U18s boys’ and girls’ in Cardiff, while U21 women lose in Glasgow
All five three-match series’ between Scotland and Wales came to a conclusion today with Scotland winning four of the contests.
Mixed fortunes for Scots clubs in Europe
It was a day of mixed fortunes for Scottish clubs in Europe, Clydesdale Western will play for promotion in the EuroHockey Challenge 1 tournament after another victory, but Edinburgh University will attempt to avoid bottom spot after losing in the Trophy event.
Loreto to battle for seventh as UCD still in gold contention
Loreto will battle for seventh place in the women’s EuroHockey Club Cup while UCD are right in the mix for a potential final place in the Trophy following Saturday’s action in continental competition.
Den Bosch and Hamburg prove too hot for Loreto
Irish side facing a playoff to avoid last place in EuroHockey Club Cup in Amsterdam
Two 4-0 defeats, at the hands of reigning champions Den Bosch and a Hamburg side featuring Irish international Nikki Evans, have left Loreto facing a play-off to avoid finishing last in the EuroHockey Club Cup in Amsterdam, the quality of the opposition thus far proving too formidable for the Dublin side.
Qamar brace seals Pakistan Veterans Yellows hockey title
Qamar struck in the 12th and 24th minutes to put his team in pole position before Zafar Iqbal reduced the margin
KARACHI: Two goals by former Olympian Qamar Ibrahim helped Pakistan Veterans
Birthday girl Audrey Omaido inspires Telkom past Scorpions
By AYUMBA AYODI
Telkom forward Audrey Omaido (left) vies for the ball with Amira Sailors defender Julie Koloni during their Kenya Hockey Union women's Premier League match at the City Park Stadium, Nairobi on September 2, 2018. PHOTO | CHRIS OMOLLO | NATION MEDIA GROUP
Kenya international Audrey Omaido celebrated her 29th birthday with a classic goal as champions Telkom Kenya sunk Strathmore Scorpions 2-0 in women’s hockey Premier League duel at City Park on Sunday.
Shoot-out mayhem in Eindhoven as Mannheim, Waterloo, Polo and Rot-Weiss win
Mannheim win mad-cap KO8 battle over German rivals Uhlenhorst Mulheim
Waterloo shoot to victory over Dragons to finally end their FINAL4 wait
Polo produce perfect shoot-out as Garcia Cuenca hails incredible belief
Rot-Weiss keep alive hopes of second EHL title with thrilling shoot-out win over Amsterdam
Hockey ace Stacey Michelsen on the Aussie clash, that flick, cycling with Sam Webster
By Chris Rattue
Stacey Michelsen...captain fantastic closing in on test record. Photo / Getty Images
Stacey Michelsen, who leads the Black Sticks against Australia in Thursday's Anzac hockey test, is on target to become New Zealand's most capped player during the Pro-League in June.
Samba hockey in Series Finals
By Jugjet Singh
Brazil’s Borges Matheus (in yellow) weighing in a shot against UiTM at the UiTM Hockey Stadium on Friday. PIC BY SADDAM YUSOFF.
FOOTBALL is the No 1 sport in Brazil.
But not many are aware that field hockey was popular in Brazil before football became a craze in that South American nation.
Taking a big wrist
By Aftar Singh
Back in the fold: Syed Mohd Syafiq Syed Cholan underwent wrist surgery on March 8.
KUALA LUMPUR: Syed Mohd Syafiq Syed Cholan can thank his lucky stars for his inclusion in the Malaysian national hockey team.
U.S. Women's National Development Squad Concludes Tour with Loss to Dutch Powerhouse, Stichtsche HC
BILTHOVEN, The Netherlands - On another gorgeous evening at the Stichtsche Cricket en Hockeyclub in Bilthoven, The Netherlands, the U.S. Women's National Development Squad took to the field to play Stichtsche HC in their final fixture of the tour. The Dutch powerhouse club boasted a number of senior Dutch internationals along with three-time world goalkeeper of the year Maddie Hinch from Great Britain. USA competed well throughout the match but unfortunately lost 1-5.
U-19 USWNT and Belgium End in Scoreless Tie in Second Tour Game
DUSSELDORF, Germany - On a beautiful sunny afternoon at the Dusseldorfer Hockey Club, the U.S. U-19 Women's National Team came out in their second international tour game inspired after the lessons learns in the previous one against Germany. The objective for this match was to apply those lessons and keep learning and finding solutions throughout. Both USA and Belgium had opportunities to win the game, but in the end the deadlock wasn’t broken as the game finished at 0-0.
2019 Test matches JPN v KOR (Women) - 1st Test
JPN v KOR 2 - 1
FIH Match Centre
2019 Women series NAM v ZAM - 1st Test
NAM v ZAM 5 - 1
FIH Match Centre
2019 U21 3 Nations Invitational Tournament GER v GBR v USA - Day 1
Viersen and Mönchengladbach
GER v USA (RR) 6 - 2
FIH Match Centre
Excellent Scotland v Wales age group hockey on Day two
Day two of action in the five Scotland versus Wales age group series’ saw wins for Scotland U16 Boys’ and Girls’ and Scotland U18 Girls’; and draws for Scotland U21 Women and Scotland U18 Boys’.
Mixed fortunes for Clydesdale Western and Edinburgh University in Europe
Edinburgh University were on the wrong end of a 5-1 reversal by Irish side UCD at the EuroHockey Club Trophy in Rochester and are now facing a relegation challenge.
Amos Barkibir returns to haunt Kenya Police
By AYUMBA AYODI
Kenya Police captain Oliver Echenje (left) vies for the ball with Butali's Karis Tristin during their Kenya Hockey Union Men's Premier League match at City Park, Nairobi on April 20, 2019. PHOTO | SILA KIPLAGAT | NATON MEDIA GROUP
Champions Butali Sugar Warriors scored in each half to edge out Kenya Police 2-1 in a pulsating Kenyan men’s hockey Premier match at City Park Stadium on Saturday.
Britain's men put Olympic Champions to the sword in superb win
Great Britain's men celebrate against Argentina in the FIH Pro League
Great Britain's earned an historic win away to Argentina by putting five past the Olympic champions in Rosario.