Kookaburras Champions Trophy Squad Announcement
By Holly MacNeil
Perth, WA – The Kookaburras team that will play at the Champions Trophy in London, the last major tournament before the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, was announced today.
Kerry names squad for Netherlands matches
Danny Kerry, Great Britain Head Coach has named the 20 athletes who will travel to the Netherlands for two test matches against the World Champions this coming week. The matches will both take place at Athena Hockey Club, Amsterdam as both sides step up their preparations for the Hockey Champions Trophy and the Olympics.
'How we can thrive without Aymar'
England v Argentina WCT 2010
Despite the absence of legendary Luciana Aymar, Argentina can shine at the Hockey Champions Trophy and in Rio this summer – that’s the verdict of coach Gabriel Minadeo.
Hockeyroos to feature in international hockey competition in Darwin
By Sally Brooks
Photo: The Hockeyroos hosted a skills development session for young players on Sunday. (ABC News: Sally Brooks)
Darwin is set to host its first international hockey tournament in more than 12 years, when four teams including Australia's Hockeyroos hit the turf on Tuesday.
Black Sticks off to summer heat in Darwin
The New Zealand Black Sticks react during the test against Argentina. Photo / Getty Images
As winter starts to kick in, the women's Black Sticks are emphasising the need to stay familiar with the summer temperatures ahead of the Rio Olympics.
Funding pressures eases for men’s Ireland hockey side
Coach Craig Fulton’s side face Korea four times following completion of their first month of a full-time programme ahead of Rio Games
Ireland head coach Craig Fulton: will hope funding news will help his players relax, knowing that their expenses will be covered. Photograph: Inpho
The Irish hockey public will get their first chance to see the men’s national side in action this summer on home turf when they play world number side Korea four times between Tuesday and Sunday.
U-21 USMNT Finish Fourth at Jr. Pan Am Championship
Photo courtesy of PAHF
TORONTO, Canada - Despite taking an early lead, the U.S. U-21 Men's National team couldn't come away with the win yesterday as they came up short against a strong and powerful Chile team in the bronze medal match of the Junior Men's Pan American Championship. Team USA's finish earned them fourth overall in the tournament.
Egara win Spanish title after 15-year wait
Club Egara ended Real Club de Polo’s long reign as Spanish champions as Josep Romeu’s shoot-out goal finally ended a classic final battle in Madrid, played at great intensity from the start.
Rot Weiss eliminate Crefelder from playoff reckoning
Defending champions Rot-Weiss Köln, Harvestehuder THC and the UHC Hamburg have followed Mannheimer HC to the German championship playoffs on June 4 and 5.
Faizal's Shaari's moment
By Jugjet Singh
FAIZAL Shaari's brace handed Terengganu their second Division One Razak Cup title last night, as Police went down 3-0 at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil Sunday.
Bad boy Faizal strikes as Terengganu sink Police for Razak Cup win
By Aftar Singh
Terengganu players and officials celebrate after winning the Razak Cup. - LOW BOON TAT / The Star
KUALA LUMPUR: Faizal Saari was the hero for Terengganu, scoring a brace in the 3-0 win over Police in the Division One final of the Razak Cup.
RAZAK CUP 2016: Pahang women win inaugural title
By Jugjet Singh
In the men's Division Two final, Penang and Perlis played to a 4-4 draw, but Penang gained promotion by winning the shoot-out 3-2.
Rush’d to face Jolie Pitts in the women’ final while Team HFS take on the Bulldogs for men’s title
By Jawwad Qamar
The 45th edition of Cal Cup is set for two exciting finals on Memorial Day at Moorpark College. The women’s final between Rush’d and Jolie Pitts will take place first followed by men’s final between Team HFS and the Bulldogs.
Three Punjab teams in National U-18 Hockey Championship semis
ISLAMABAD - Punjab Whites, KP Colours, Punjab Blues and Punjab Colours reached the semi-finals of the First National U-18 Hockey Championship on Sunday.
U-18 hockey reaches semis
ISLAMABAD: Three teams from Punjab and one from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa moved into the semi-finals of the National Under-18 Hockey Championship after defeating their opponents on Sunday here at the Naseer Bunda Hockey Stadium.
International Hockey Federation (FIH): Chief Executive Officer
The International Hockey Federation is Seeking a CEO based in Lausanne, Switzerland
Argentina Take Home Gold at the Pan American Juniors
Argentina went undefeated to claim 1st place, while Canada and Chile finish 2nd and 3rd respectively
Photo: Yan Huckendubler
A blistering final day in Toronto led to a strong finish, with hard fought battles for the final positions. Hometown Canada were unable to take gold, losing out to the talented Argentinian side in the final game of the day. Chile toppled the Americans to take bronze. Trinidad and Tobago edged Mexico to claim fifth, and Guyana earned a seventh place finish over Puerto Rico.
Canada finishes Junior Men’s Pan Am with silver and 2016 World Cup spot
Canada’s Under-21 Men’s National Team poses with their silvers medals after a 5-0 loss to Argentina May 28 at the 2016 Junior Men’s Pan American Championship in Toronto.
Canada’s Under-21 men are leaving the 2016 Junior Men’s Pan American Championship with a silver medal and spot at the 2016 Junior World Cup after taking second place following a 5-0 loss to Argentina Saturday in Toronto.
T&T whips Mexico for fifth spot in Pan Am
T&T’s hockey players line-up for the start of the national anthem prior to their 4-2 win over Mexico at the 2016 Junior Pan American Hockey Championship at the University of Toronto, Canada, yesterday.
Four different players were on target as T&T’s Under-21 hockeymen came from behind to whip Mexico 4-2 in their fifth place playoff in the 2016 Junior Pan American Hockey Championship at the University of Toronto, Canada, yesterday.
Egara and Polo line up Spanish final date
Real Club de Polo kept alive their chances of winning the Spanish national title for the fourth successive season as they beat Atlètic Terrassa 3-2 in their semi-final in Madrid.
Day 2 a day of close encounters at Cal Cup
By Jawwad Qamar
Day 2 of Cal Cup saw all Super Division teams in action with some tightly fought games. The Olympic Club started the day with a 1-0 victory over Northwest in women’s division pool A match on a Sophie Valcke penalty stroke in the second half. Later in the afternoon, Olympic Club was held to a 1-1 tie by the Mates4Mates Warriors women in a physical affair. Kirsten Wilson scored for the Warriors and Kellie Joyce for the Olympic Club.
Cal Cup Day 3 – Women’s Semifinals set
By Jawwad Qamar
Ten matches took place in Men and Women Super Divisions on Day 3 of California Cup 2016 at Moorpark College. The men played four games while the women six, with RUSH’d opening and closing the day’s competition. RUSH’d were held to a 2-2 draw by Team Northeast in the Pool B opener but edged out Ricks Chicks 1-0 in the last match of the day, nine hours later to qualify for tomorrow’s semifinal.
Gurmit and Sarjit rise again
By Jugjet Singh
From LEFT: Terengganu coach Sarjit Singh and skipper Faizal Shaari. Police skipper Baljit Singh and coach Gurmit Singh.
FORMER National coaches Sarjit Singh and Gurmit Singh were all-praises about each other's abilities yesterday, but the good friends will leave no stone unturned to beat the other to the 54th Razak Cup Division One title at the National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil Sunday.
Tengku Ahmad seeking Razak Cup double glory
By Aftar Singh
Tengku Ahmad Tajuddin (right) is hoping to win the Razak Cup Division Two title with Perlis. - filepic
KUALA LUMPUR: Former international Tengku Ahmad Tajuddin Tengku Abdul Jalil has a dual mission in the Razak Cup Division Two final.
Terengganu out to spoil Police's Razak Cup party
By Aftar Singh
Terengganu’s Muhamad Akhimullah Anuar Esook (centre) action during the semi-finals against Malacca. - IZZRAFIQ ALIAS / The Star
KUALA LUMPUR: Terengganu will be out to dash Police’s hopes of a historic Razak Cup title at the National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil.
Punjab Whites squeeze into National U-18 Hockey quarters
ISLAMABAD - Punjab Whites booked their place in the quarterfinals of the 1st National U-18 Hockey Championship 2016, after thrashing Sindh Colours 4-0 in the last pool match played here at Naseer Bunda International Hockey Stadium on Saturday.
Kate's insight into why hockey's great to watch
Kate Richardson-Walsh with the 2015 UniBet EuroHockey trophy
Great Britain and England captain Kate Richardson-Walsh says she is constantly told by supporters just how impressed they are when they watch hockey for the first time.
How GB skipper helped Indian star
Barry Middleton of England and Great Britain
Indian midfielder Manpreet Singh has hailed the influence of GB and England Hockey captain Barry Middleton.
For U.S. field hockey, the road to Rio and redemption starts in Amish Country
Road to Rio starts in Lancaster County
By Liz Clarke
After disappointing performance in London Olympics, the U.S. women’s field hockey team has found the focus and support it needs in the farmland of Pennsylvania.
MANHEIM, Pa. — The giant, inflated practice bubble and artificial-turf field loom as a jarring punctuation mark in the rolling farmland of Lancaster County. But here, amid the silos, church steeples and fertile soil of south-central Pennsylvania, the U.S. women’s field hockey team is preparing for the Rio Olympics.
Mumbai to hold 12th Guru Tegh Bahadur Hockey Tournament
Mumbai Hockey Association Limited (MHAL) plans to hold PMC-Bank 12th Guru Tegh Bahadur All-India Gold Cup Hockey Championship at the MHAL-Mahindra Stadium from June 1 to 10.