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News for 10 January 2022

All the news for Monday 10 December 2022

Arul still in the dark

By Jugjet Singh

Arul Selvaraj

ASIA Cup silver medallists Malaysia are in a bind as the Asian Hockey Federation (AHF) have yet to name the venue and dates for the World Cup qualifier.

South Africa aim to qualify for 2023 men’s Hockey World Cup

South Africa celebrate a momentous win against Germany at Tokyo 2020 PIC: REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo

Hampstead & Westminster’s Matt Guise-Brown has been picked for South Africa’s bid to qualify for the 2023 men’s World Cup.

Overcoming Fear of Failure Hold the Key: Pakistan Coach Siegfried Aikman

Pakistan hockey has plumbed an unprecedented low – it has not featured in the last two Olympics (2016 & 2021) – it had finished a lowly 12th among 16 participating teams at the 2018 World Cup and was also not part of the 2014 World Cup. The Greenshirts are striving to hit the right notes under newly-appointed Dutch coach Siegfried Aikman. In his first international assignment, the Pakistan team showed a lot of fight at the 6th Asian Champions Trophy and made Olympic bronze medallist India work hard before going 1-3 in the league tie and 3-4 in the bronze medal play-off tie.

Hampstead & Westminster And East Grinstead Lead The Way At Super 6s Halfway Mark

Photo credit: Eva Gilbert

Hampstead & Westminster took control of the men’s Premier Division, while East Grinstead did likewise in the women’s Premier Division after an enthralling second day of action in the Super 6s Championships.

Repton women in line for Super 6s finals day after classy show

Defending men's champions Surbiton opened up in style PIC: EVA GILBERT

Repton’s corner set-up was on song as Sally Walton finished the opening weekend with 11 goals as the Women’s Premier Division newbies put themselves in the hotseat for a Super 6s Hockey Championships finals’ day berth at the first time of asking.

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