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News for 13 October 2021

All the news for Wednesday 13 October 2021

2021-22 FIH Pro League (W) - 13 October
Wagener Hockey Stadium, Amstelveen

13 Oct 2021 18:00 (GMT +2)     NED v BEL (RR)

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Margot is ready to get back on the hockey ‘train’ again

Margot van Geffen is excited to be back on the pitch after a two month break from international action.

All-conquering Dutch ready to launch new Hockey Pro League season

By Ali Iveson

The Netherlands won Olympic gold at Tokyo 2020 ©Getty Images

Olympic, world and Pro League champions The Netherlands will get the third season of the Hockey Pro League underway tomorrow when they take on neighbours Belgium.

FIH ProLeague (W): Dutch sight title hat-trick as season 3 gets going

Season 3 of the FIH Pro League starts on Wednesday, October 13, at the famous Wagener Stadium in Amstelveen, a suburb of Amsterdam with the all-conquering Netherlands women’s team playing neighbours Belgium, nick-named the Red Panthers.

2021 Test matches WAL v MAS (M)
Cardiff (WAL) and Reading (ENG)

09 Oct 2021      WAL v MAS     3 - 4
12 Oct 2021      WAL v MAS     1 - 3

With these wins Malaysia moves to 10th in the World Rankings

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Scotland’s U21 Men to play two-match series v Malaysia this week

Malaysia’s U21 squad is currently on a UK Tour and has already played matches with England U21 and Wales U23.

This Thursday and Friday, Scotland’s U21 Men will play Malaysia U21.

Tumilty adds key experience for senior men’s World Cup qualifiers

Ireland celebrate Sam Hyland’s debut goal against Malaysia. Picture: Billy Pollock

Mark Tumilty reckons experience could be key at the win or bust men’s World Cup qualifiers which get underway next week in Cardiff.

Sarah Evans Retires From International Hockey

After a career spanning eight years, Sarah Evans has decided to retire from international hockey.

Sarah Evans retires from GB Hockey programme

England's Sarah Evans celebrates PIC: England Hockey/World Sport Pics

Sarah Evans announced her retirement from the Great Britain women’s programme on Tuesday after a career spanning eight years and 122 international caps.

Probables named for Asian Champions Trophy camp

Pakistan hockey team players are seen during a match in this file photo. — AFP/File

LAHORE: The Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) on Tuesday announced 26 probables to attend a national training camp for the Asian Champions Trophy being held in Dhaka from Dec 14 to 22.

I will never forget the win against Australia in quarterfinal - Former Hockey coach Sjoerd Marijne

Former Indian women's hockey coach Sjoerd Marijne talks about his team's campaign at the Tokyo Olympics in an exclusive chat with The Bridge.

By Abhijit Nair

Sjoerd Marijne (Source: India Today)

One of India's biggest takeaways from the 2020 Tokyo Olympics was the splendid display by the country's women hockey team. The women in blue threw in a big surprise during their time in Tokyo, making their way into the semifinal of the quadrennial event for the first time in history.

Holley, Iowa field hockey in pursuit of history

Holley and the Hawkeyes are 14-0 this season and No. 1 in the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Poll.

Ben Palya

Ellie Holley has never been much of a goal-scorer. Before Iowa field hockey’s 2021-22 campaign kicked off, the fifth-year senior midfielder had never scored more than four goals in a season.

Afghanistan hockey player dies in Kabul explosion

Afghanistan hockey has said that one of its men’s players, Najib Mohammad Zai, was killed in a bomb explosion last week.

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