All the news for Monday 6 December 2021
Donghae Women's Asian Champions Trophy 2021 - 6 December
All times GMT +9
5 Dec 2021 CHN v MAS (RR) - Postponed - Covid
5 Dec 2021 IND v THA (RR) 13 - 0
5 Dec 2021 KOR v JPN (RR) 0 - 1
6 Dec 2021 IND v MAS (RR) - Postponed - Covid
6 Dec 2021 CHN v JPN (RR) 2 - 3
6 Dec 2021 THA v KOR (RR) 0 - 3
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Indian women's hockey team eases past Thailand with 13-0 win in Asian Champions Trophy
Dragflicker Gurjit Kaur scored five goals as the Indian women's hockey team thrashed Thailand 13-0
Indian women hockey team against Thailand
Dragflicker Gurjit Kaur scored five goals as the Indian women's hockey team thrashed Thailand 13-0 in its first game at the Asian Champions Trophy on Sunday. Gurjit gave India the lead in the second minute of the match after an infringement from Thailand in their defensive third awarded them a penalty stroke.
FIH Odisha Hockey Men's Junior World Cup Bhubaneswar 2021 - Finals
5 Dec 2021 ESP v MAS (7th-8th Place) 4 - 1
5 Dec 2021 BEL v NED (5th-6th Place) 4 - 6
5 Dec 2021 IND v FRA (3rd-4th Place) 1 - 3
5 Dec 2021 GER v ARG (Final) 2 - 4
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MJWC: Clinical Domene fires Argentina to men’s Junior World Cup title
Day 11: Lautaro Domene scored a hat-trick of penalty corners to help Argentina become men’s Junior World Cup champions for the second time in their history, beating Germany 4-2 in a superb competition final in Bhubaneswar.
Argentina ambush Germany in the classic title clash
Lautaro Domene’s hat-trick of drag-flick goals and Nehuen Hernando’s goalkeeping combined to bring Argentina a 4-2 victory over six-time champions Germany in the 2021 FIH Men’s Junior World Cup final at the Kalinga stadium in Bhubaneswar on Sunday.
Domene bags hat-trick as Argentina win Hockey Men’s Junior World Cup for second time
By Geoff Berkeley
Lautaro Domene rattled in a hat-trick as Argentina defeated Germany 4-2 to win the International Hockey Federation Men’s Junior World Cup for the second time in Bhubaneswar.
Magnificent Run of Argentina in Junior World Cup
Argentina surprised all and sundry, perhaps even themselves, as they crowned themselves in Junior Men’s Hockey World Cup glory. The South Americans may not have found many mentions whenever any ‘who are the strong contenders’ discussion was generated in the run-up to the marquee event. Argentina’s hockey has never been about being flashy and flamboyant – they have built a reputation for having a robust defensive structure that make it hard for the opposition to breach their citadel. Los Leones thrive in slick passing play, strong ball distribution skills, dominating the midfield and count a lot on set-pieces to score goals.
Argentina quells Germany’s challenge
Champs again! Argentina ended a 16-year wait for the coveted trophy.
A well-organised Argentina defeated six-time champion Germany 4-2 and won the title after a 16-year gap in the men’s Junior hockey World Cup at the Kalinga Stadium here on Sunday.
Domene's hat-trick hands Argentina second Junior Hockey WC title
Julius Hayner (36th) and Mas Pfandt (47th) were the goal getters for Germany
Argentine players jubilate with the trophy after beating Germany in the final match of FIH Odisha Hockey Mens Junior World cup 2021, at Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar, Odisha on December 5, 2021. PTI
Lautaro Domene struck a hat-trick as a determined Argentina stunned six-time champions Germany 4-2 to clinch their second FIH Junior Men's Hockey World Cup title at the Kalinga Stadium here on Sunday.
France denies India the bronze medal
The Indian hockey team lost 3-1 to France in the third-place playoff match. Sudeep Chirmako, on his birthday, scored India’s only goal.
By Utathya Nag
FIH Hockey Men’s Junior World Cup: France denies India the bronze medal Picture by Hockey India
The Indian hockey team lost 3-1 to France in the FIH Hockey Men’s Junior World 2021 bronze medal match at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar on Sunday.
Junior World Cup: No podium for Indian colts
Argentina celebrate after winning the title. PTI
Defending champions India failed to finish on the podium after they lost 1-3 to France in the bronze-medal playoff in the FIH Junior Hockey World Cup here today. France skipper Timothee Clement slammed a hat-trick to stun the hosts for the second time in the tournament to secure bronze. Clement converted three penalty corners in the 26th, 34th and 47th minutes while India’s lone goal was struck by Sudeep Chirmako in the 42nd minute.
India lose 1-3 to France to finish fourth
Defending champions India even failed to finish on the podium as they lost 1-3 to France in the bronze-medal play-off match
India junior hockey team playing against France
Title hopes already shattered, defending champions India even failed to finish on the podium as they lost 1-3 to France in the bronze-medal play-off match of the FIH Junior Hockey World Cup on Sunday. France skipper Timothee Clement slammed a hat-trick to stun the hosts once again and secure the bronze medal. Clement converted three penalty corners for France in the 26th, 34th and 47th minutes while India's lone goal was struck by Sudeep Chirmako in the 42nd minute. It was the second consecutive flop show from the Indians after their superlative performance against Belgium in the quarterfinals.
Pain in the rain against rampant Spain
By Jugjet Singh
Malaysia’s Arif Shafie Ishak (left) in action against Spain in the Junior World Cup yesterday. -Pic courtesy of MHC
MALAYSIA started off beautifully against Spain in hockey's Junior World Cup yesterday.
France hockey continues build up to Paris 2024 Olympics
The club, stadium and the city of Calais has already held past events PIC: Philippe Turpin
The French Hockey Federation continues to ramp up its profile ahead of Paris 2024 following the news that Dunkirk and Calais will host EuroHockey 2023 qualifiers next year.
Glens back on top as O’Donoghue strikes at the last against Dale
Men’s EY Hockey League – day nine round-up
Monkstown's Rory Nichols and Three Rock Rovers James Walker. Pic: Adrian Boeh
Three Rock Rovers 1 (R Canning) Monkstown 1 (G Sarratt)
For a third time this season, a Monkstown performance has knocked the current first placed side off top as they drew 1-1 with Three Rock Rovers at Grange Road.
Pembroke in seventh heaven as Belfast Quins land crucial victory
Women’s EY Hockey League round-up
Pembroke's Ellen Curran on the attack Pic Max Fulham (1)
Pembroke 7 (A Griffin 2, G Pinder, E Horan, R O’Brien, O Macken, C Moroney) Cork Harlequins 0
Pembroke will take a seven-point lead into the new year to put themselves very much in the driving seat for a maiden EY Hockey League title.
C of I fightback as Cookstown and Bandon keep perfect records
Men’s EYHL Division Two round-up
Railway Union's Mark English scored four times against Rathgar. Pic: Max Fulham
Cork C of I came back from 2-0 in the closing quarter to land what could be a vital draw against Instonians in the hotly contested Pool A of the men’s EY Hockey League Division 2.
Ards and Monkstown make big moves in women’s EYHL2
Ards saw off Trinity 4-0 in their final EYHL2 game of 2021 at Londonderry Park, making it 12 points from a possible 15 to head the Pool A table after week three of the competition. Frankie Brown opened the scoreline early on for Ards with youngster Erin McKinley making it 2-0 before the end of the first half.
Watsonians and Clydesdale to the Fore in Scottish Women’s Indoor
Division one favourites Clydesdale Western and Watsonians both took six points from their opening two games but both sides were made to work hard for their triumphs especially in the first half of their games.