Men: Venezuela and Uruguay join Brazil and Guyana in the semifinals
Venezuela won Peru 5-1 and allowed Uruguay to finish second in Pool B
Venezuela won Peru 5-1 and allowed Uruguay, who defeated Ecuador 22-1, to finish second in Pool B, determined by their goal difference with host Peru.
Women: Barbados and Peru will define the finalists
Brazil and Barbados draw in a great match, but they delayed the definition of the gold medal for tomorrow, with Barbados against Peru
Brazil and Barbados met in a great match. One draw and a goal delayed the definition of the gold medal until tomorrow, with Barbados against Peru.
All set for the Coaching Course
Under the Pan Am Challenge setting, a Coaching Course will be dictated tomorrow
M. Josefina Chavez Diaz
Under the Pan Am Challenge setting, celebrated in Chiclayo and organized by PAHF together with the Peruvian Hockey Federation, a Coaching Course will be dictated.
India secure win against Black Sticks Men
Black Sticks Nick Wilson (left) and Matt Rees-Gibbs in action in tonight's game. Photo: Photosport
It’s all squared up in the Black Sticks Men’s series against India following a 1-3 loss in Nelson this evening.
India beat New Zealand 3-1 to equalize the Series
New Delhi: After losing the opening match of the series, the Indian team came back strongly to beat New Zealand 3-1, during the second game of the 4-match test series in New Zealand. Unlike the previous match India lifted their tempo throughout the game and displayed attacking hockey which helped them score three goals over the hosts. With this win, India has now equalized the four match series 1-1, with two games left in the ongoing New Zealand Series.
Feisty India bounce back to level Test series
India opened their account in the 13th minute through Ramandeep Singh. courtesy: New Zealand Hockey
New Delhi: The Indian men’s hockey team bounced back strongly to defeat New Zealand 3-1 in the second Test and level the four-match series 1-1 in Nelson today.
Blacks Sticks lose as India level hockey international series
Kane Russell, the Black Sticks' solitary goalscorer in their loss to India in Nelson on Wednesday. Chris Symes/Photosport
India have levelled their four-test series after scoring a decisive 3-1 win over New Zealand's Black Sticks in their second men's hockey international at Nelson's Saxton Turf on Wednesday.
Black Sticks double-header a sell-out!
Tickets are sold out for tomorrow night’s double-header Black Sticks test in Christchurch.
Merry brings up 100 hockey caps to a sell out crowd in Christchurch
Olivia Merry (L) will receive her 100th cap for the Black Sticks in front of a capacity crowd as New Zealand take on Argentina in Christchurch on Friday. PHOTOSPORT
Canterbury striker Olivia Merry will receive her 100th Black Sticks cap in front of a sold-out home crowd as New Zealand look to seal the series against Argentina on Friday.
Green Machine to Face Argentina in 3 Match Dublin Series
Following on from Eurohockey Championships bronze medal success the Green Machine are continuing their preparation on the Road to Rio as they take on Argentina in a 3 match series in Dublin this October. Argentina are ranked 6th in the world and are the current Pan Am champions, as well as World Cup bronze medallists. The series will be the first time the men’s squad will have played a test match on home soil since winning the bronze medal in London and offers hockey fans the chance to see the highest standard international hockey.
Junior men's team departs for Johor Cup
NEW DELHI: Defending champions the Indian men junior team departed on Tuesday night to participate in the 5th Sultan of Johor Cup, which is scheduled from October 11to 18th in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. After a month long preparation camp, the colts are upbeat to face challenges in the tournament to retain the title for the third consecutive time.
EHL week: where to watch all the action!
The ninth edition of the Euro Hockey League is just a couple of days away and promises to be yet another thrilling installment of the world’s premier club competition.
Monkstown in EHL action this weekend
This weekend see’s Monkstown travel to Germany to compete in the Euro Hockey League as Ireland’s representative. The Dublin club will face East Grinstead from England and Club Egara from Spain, both teams who have featured in the EHL several times. However Monkstown, now under the leadership of Jonny Caren, have plenty of talent in their ranks. Several members of the bronze medal winning Green Machine are key members of the squad along with a large expanded panel of both experienced and young players.
Confident Fitzgerald looking to build Irish momentum
Monkstown goalkeeper David Fitzgerald says his club side are looking to build on the recent momentum for the sport in Ireland and make a few waves in the Euro Hockey League this weekend in Hamburg.
EuroHockeyLeague return presents tough test for Grange
Grange goalkeeper Sean Hadfield, pictured in action against Bromac Kelburne, is looking forward to the EHL this weekend. Photo Credit: Duncan Gray
Grange Hockey Club return to the EuroHockeyLeague (EHL) for the first time in three seasons when Round 1 of the continent’s premier club competition gets underway in Hamburg, Germany this weekend (9-11 October).
Teams Announcement for the 2016 FIH Masters World Cup
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - USA Field Hockey is proud to announce the four Masters National Teams to represent the United States at the 2016 FIH Masters World Cup. The biennial tournament is being held at the National Hockey Centre in Canberra, Australia from March 28 to April 10, with over 60 national teams expected to compete in age categories from Over-35 to Over-55. Team USA is sending two Women’s Masters National Teams at Over-40 and Over-45, while the Men’s Masters National Teams will compete in the Over-40 and Over-50 age categories. The teams will be aiming to build on their strong performances at the previous Masters World Cup, including a 5th place finish for the Over-50 Men.
All star Welsh line up for inaugural International Athlete Ambassador programme
Hockey Wales is proud to appoint Natasha Marke-Jones, David Kettle and Jo Westwood to its first ever International Athlete Ambassadors Programme. The news comes as part of Hockey Wales’ #Hocktober campaign, which promotes participation and inclusive in hockey throughout the month of October.
Sports Management graduates score with FIH Hockey Academy
It is Autumn, a time when students brush off their books and sharpen their mental focus for the start of a new academic year. As new participants prepare to begin the Postgraduate Certificate in Sport Management, two alumni and one current student, whose careers have taken them to the top level of sports administration, have given a ringing endorsement to the FIH Hockey Academy/World Academy of Sport course.
Men: Venezuela already settled in the semifinals of the Pan Am Challenge
Venezuela beat Uruguay 3-0, while Peru defeated Ecuador 11-0. Tomorrow, host Peru will play against Venezuela and the winner of Pool B will be defined.
Tomorrow, host Peru will play against Venezuela and the winner of Pool B will be defined.
Women: Panama thrashed Peru and is one step from the final
Host Peru finished with a comprehensive win over Panama and they now lead the Pan American Challenge
Ximenas Ardiles’s last cry was definite. Peru decompressed the pressure of playing at home and with the number of goals converted by the team in the match against Panama they climbed to the first place of the women competition of the Pan American Challenge, held in Chiclayo, Peru. This 7-0 victory leaves them unbeaten and with undeniable chances to cruise to the final.
Men: Guyana joins Brazil in the semifinals on Friday
Guyana tied Brazil 2-2, becoming second of Pool A and earning a spot in the semifinals.
In the other match for the key, Puerto Rico defeated Panama 12-0.
Double win for Black Sticks in Nelson
Black Sticks women thump Argentina 4-1 in hockey test in Nelson
Gemma Flynn, who scored two of the Black Sticks' four goals in their win over Argentina in a hockey test at Nelson on Tuesday. CHRIS SYMES/PHOTOSPORT
The Black Sticks men's and women's hockey teams turned it on for their Nelson fan base after both recorded wins in an international double-header at Saxton Turf on Tuesday.
Black Sticks impress with dual wins
The Black Sticks both picked up impressive wins this afternoon. Photo / File
The New Zealand men's and women's hockey teams both had wins tonight on their tours of the South Island.
India’s run ends with a 2-0 loss to big boys
After conceding a goal in the 5th minute of the match, India missed many chances. courtesy: Hockey New Zealand
New Delhi: The usual problems returned to haunt Roelant Oltmans as India again conceded an early goal and wasted many scoring opportunities to go down 2-0 to New Zealand in their opening match in the four-Test series in Nelson on Tuesday.
Indian hockey team lose opener 0 2 to New Zealand
India had beaten New Zealand A 3-1 and 2-1 in the two practice games in Auckland on October 2 and 3 but that did not help.
Changes for Oceania Cup
Clemons replaces Charter, Fiji women withdraw from tournament
Keeper Tristan Clemons will take injured Andrew Charter's place in the Oceania Cup
The Kookaburras have been forced to make a change to the squad announced for the forthcoming Oceania Cup in New Zealand.
Sultan of Johor Cup: Junior hockey team to depart for Malaysia
The youngsters, who had been in Rawalpindi for the training camp, will now reassemble in Lahore on Wednesday to leave for Malaysia. PHOTO COURTESY: PHF
KARACHI: With an aim to finish in the top three, Pakistan’s junior hockey team will leave for Malaysia on Wednesday to participate in the Sultan of Johor Junior Hockey Tournament in Johor Bahru, Malaysia from October 11-18.
EHL week: HTHC's Hauke on his club's EHL dream
“Everything was so quick,” Tobias Hauke says, looking back on Harvestehuder THC’s victory in the Euro Hockey League in 2013/14.
Stagno hoping EG gelling at the right time
East Grinstead coach Karl Stagno is hoping his side is gelling at the right time after they recorded their first win of the season last Sunday in the English Premier Division.
Egara 9-0 winners over Taburiente
Club Egara produced a huge 9-0 win on day two of the Spanish Honor Division against Taburiente to build-up to the EHL in impressive fashion.
Six-A-Side University Tournament Proves a Success
Last Wednesday saw a new high tempo, attacking tournament take place in Nottingham.
Alex Danson - Player of the Tournament
By Dil Bahra
Alex Danson displaying why she won Player of the Tournament. Photo: Koen Suyk
There have been a few great action photos in our sport of hockey over the years but this photo by Dutch photographer Koen Suyk tops them all. Koen, a photographer for over 40 years has covered seven Olympic Games and states that Sports photography is his great love, with hockey, golf and tennis as his specialties.
New Rules presentation for upcoming European season
Surrey County Umpires Association in conjunction with FIH World Panel umpire Hamish Jameson and Sportplan have put together an outstanding presentation on the new rules of Hockey in place from January 2015. The presentation is also mobile friendly. I can highly recommend it for Umpires, Players and Spectators.