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News for 30 December 2021

All the news for Thursday 30 December 2021

2021 Test matches IRL v SCO - 30 December
Antrim (NIR)


28 Dec 2021     IRL v SCO     3 - 7

29 Dec 2021     IRL v SCO     4 - 5
29 Dec 2021     IRL v SCO     7 - 8


28 Dec 2021      IRL v SCO     2 - 3

29 Dec 2021    IRL v SCO     8 - 3
29 Dec 2021     IRL v SCO     5 - 5 (1 - 3 SO)

FIH Match Centre

Scotland take laurels after spectacular final series in Antrim

Men’s Indoor International Series – game three

Ireland 7 (R Canning 4, O Kidd, J Jackson, J Duncan) Scotland 8 (J Golden 5, C Golden 2, P Christie)
Scotland snatched two goals in the final minute to land a series clean sweep against the Irish men at the Antrim Forum, grabbing the win despite trailing for 33 minutes of the contest.

Brown and Lloyd fire up women’s win; Irish men denied in nine-goal thriller

Women’s Indoor International Series – game two

Ireland 8 (C Brown 5, L Lloyd 3) Scotland 3 (M Steiger, E Dark, M Justice)
Chloe Brown and Lily Lloyd inspired Ireland to a blistering 8-3 win over Scotland to make it all level going into the third and final meeting of the sides at the Antrim Forum.

BJSS, SSTMI to fight for MJHL Cup

By K. Rajan

BJSS Thunderbolts players celebrate scoring against SMKDBL-PHJ-MSNJ in today’s MJHL Cup semi-final at National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil. -Pic credit to MHC

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Junior Hockey League (MJHL) champions BJSS Thunderbolts will be eyeing a double when they take on former winners SSTMI Thunderbolts in the MJHL Cup final at the National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil tomorrow.

Hockey Paper’s 11 most read stories from 2021

Lucas Rossi of Argentina clashes with Spain's David Alegre PIC: REUTERS/Phil Noble

The Hockey Paper enjoyed a record year in online traffic throughout 2021. Here, we reveal our most read stories of the year

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