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News for 28 October 2021

 All the news for Thursday 28 October 2021

Awards recognise the sacrifices you have made: Sreejesh

Prasanth Menon

PR Sreejesh after winning the Men's Bronze medal match against Germany on August 5, 2021 in Tokyo. (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images)

KOCHI: Awards, rewards and recognitions have been following PR Sreejesh ever since he returned home from Tokyo with an Olympic bronze medal hanging around his neck. On Wednesday evening, the Indian hockey custodian was among the 11 names recommended by the selection panel for the Khel Ratna award, country's highest sporting honour.

Record scorer O’Donoghue becomes eighth Irish man to reach 200 cap mark

Picture by Irfon Bennett/EHF

Ireland’s record goalscorer Shane O’Donoghue became the eighth Irish men’s international to reach the 200 cap mark last Sunday when he led the side out against Austria in the third place playoff at the World Cup qualifier tournament in Cardiff.

European influences in the USA squad

Photo credit: USA Field Hockey/Mark Palczewski

Aki Kaeppeler has been a member of both the USA men’s national team outdoor and indoor squad for the past nine years. The defender made his debut in 2012 and has been at the heart of the USA team ever since.

Women’s National Team announces Chula Vista Training Tour Roster

Wolf Pack Starts their World Cup Journey in San Diego

Field Hockey is excited to announce the 2021 Women’s National Team roster for their November training tour to San Diego, California. The team will travel to the Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Centre for a week of training and a series of matches against Team USA.

IPT 2021 | Bobbs steals the headlines

The group stages completed today at the Womens IPT in Cape Town with Southern Gauteng and the SPAR KZN Raiders completing the group stages with the perfect 100% record. But on the day that the two heavyweights flexed their collective muscle to make a mark on the tournament, it was Quanita Bobbs who put her name up in headlights on a brilliant day of action at IPT.

Maryland field hockey moves up to No. 4 in NFHCA coaches poll

By Emmett Siegel

Photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics

Maryland field hockey was ranked at the No. 4 spot in the most recent NFHCA coaches poll, the program announced on Twitter on Tuesday. The ranking is officially the team’s highest of the season.

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