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News for 31 May 2023

All the news for Wednesday 31 ay 2023

Men's Junior Asia Cup - 31 May
Salalah (OMA)

All times GMT +4

30 May 2023 18:30     JPN v OMA (5-8th Place)     8 - 0
30 May 2023 21:00     BAN v THA (5-8th Place)      4 - 1

31 May 2023 16:00     TPE v UZB (9-10th Place)     
31 May 2023 18:30     IND v KOR (Semi-Final 1)     
31 May 2023 21:00     MAS v PAK (Semi-Final 2)   

Pool standings

FIH Match Centre 

Women's Hockey Junior Asia Cup: Past Final Standing and Records

By Tariq Ali

10 teams are participating in the eighth Women's Hockey Junior Asia Cup at Kawasaki Heavy Industries Hockey Stadium Kakamigahara, Japan from 2 to 11 June, 2023.

Pool A: South Korea, India, Malaysia, Chinese Taipei and Uzbekistan
Pool B: China, Japan, Kazakhstan, Hongkong and Indonesia

Past Final Standing
1 - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 1992:
1 South Korea 2 China 3 India 4 Japan 5 Malaysia 6 Chinese Taipei 7 Sri Lanka

2 - Shirane, Japan, 1996:
1 South Korea 2 China 3 Japan 4 Chinese Taipei 5 Malaysia

3 - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 2000:
1 South Korea 2 China 3 India 4 Japan 5 Uzbekistan 6 Malaysia 7 Chinese Taipei 8 Thailand

4 - Hyderabad, India, 2004:
1 China 2 South Korea 3 India 4 Japan
( Pakistan and Malaysia withdrawn)

5 - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 2008:
1 South Korea 2 China 3 India 4 Japan 5 Malaysia 6 Singapore 7 Chinese Taipei 8 Pakistan 9 Thailand

6 - Bangkok, Thailand, 2012:
1 China 2 India 3 South Korea 4 Japan 5 Malaysia 6 Thailand 7 Sri Lanka 8 Pakistan 9 Singapore 10 Kazakhstan

7 - Changzhou, China, 2015:
1 China 2 Japan 3 South Korea 4 India 5 Malaysia 6 Thailand 7 North Korea 8 Singapore 9 Chinese Taipei

8 Kakamigahara, Japan, 2021:
Cancelled due to COVID 19 pandemic

Medal Tally
Countries.     Gold Silver Bronze
South Korea.    4.      1.        2
China                 3.      4.        0
India.                  0       1.        4
Japan.                0.      1.        1

Highest Scores of the match:
Japan 24-0 Kazakhstan, Bangkok, 2012
China 21-0 Sri Lanka, Bangkok, 2012
South Korea 20-0 Kazakhstan, Bangkok, 2012
South Korea 19-0 Pakistan, Bangkok, 2012
China 18-0 Thailand, Kuala Lumpur, 2008
India 17-0 Thailand, Kuala Lumpur, 2000
Japan 17-0 Pakistan, Kuala Lumpur, 2008
Japan 17-0 Pakistan, Bangkok, 2012
India 16-0 Sri Lanka, Bangkok, 2012
Japan 16-0 Chinese Taipei, Changzhou, 2015
Japan 15-0 Thailand, Kuala Lumpur, 2008

Most individual goals in a match:
5 goals - Rani Rampal, India 13-0 North Korea, Changzhou, 2015

Most individual goals in an edition:
11 goals - Gu Bingfeng (China), Changzhou, 2015

Fully geared up for next games says Harmanpreet Singh

The team takes on Belgium on Friday and Great Britain on Saturday in the FIH Pro League matches being played at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre in north-east London.

Indian Men’s Hockey Team players in a group photo at a diaspora event, in London. | Photo Credit: PTI

The FIH Pro League matches underway in England are going well and the team is fully geared up for the coming matches later this week, said Indian men’s hockey team captain Harmanpreet Singh during a diaspora event in London.

Harmanpreet Singh unfazed by dip in form

The Indian men’s hockey team captain Harmanpreet Singh feels the European leg of the FIH Pro League is going well and the team is fully geared up for the coming matches later this week.

Passmore Names 2023-24 U.S. Women’s National Team, Establishes Europe FIH Hockey Pro League Traveling Roster

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Following a recent training camp, U.S. Women’s National Team Head Coach David Passmore and his staff have named the 2023-24 U.S. Women’s National Team. This newly named 34-athlete squad boasts a depth of experience, but with the addition of two names. Passmore has also named the 24-athlete traveling roster that will head to Europe for USA’s second leg of the 2022-23 FIH Hockey Pro League season.

Hockey5s Pan American Cups

Nations will gather at the Mona Hockey Field at the Jamaica Hockey Federation Turf in Kingston, Jamaica for the Hockey5s Pan American Cups (PAC) from June 4 to 11. This event for men and women is the continental qualifier for the FIH Hockey5s World Cup set to be played in January 2024.

England U18s Shine in Calais at Four Nations

Photo credit: Dominic DiBiaise

England Hockey’s U18 Girls and Boys teams travelled to Calais, France for a weekend of games against Ireland, France and Belgium taking place from 26 – 28 May.

Watsonians earn promotion in Alanya with victory over Clydesdale Western


It was mission accomplished for Watsonians` coach Keith Smith as he watched his side beat fellow Scots Clydesdale Western 5-1 in yesterday`s semi-final at the EuroHockey Club Challenge tournament in Turkey to win promotion to the second tier Trophy competition next season.

Pinoké the dutch men’s champs for first time

Pinoké produced a remarkable performance to win the Dutch men’s Hoofdklasse championship for the first time as they got the best of Bloemendaal 4-0.

Amsterdam go the distance in classic Dutch final

AH&BC Amsterdam won their 21st Dutch women’s Hoofdklasse championship, denying SCHC a first title via a shoot-out following high drama in Bilthoven.

Aikman's salary issue may be settled next month

Besides a cheque of around Rs8 million, some other amount is also due to be paid to the Dutch national

By Abdul Mohi Shah

The Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) repeatedly sent reminders to the PSB to release the salary — PSB

ISLAMABAD: The issue of Siegfried Aikman’s salary could be settled in June as the Pakistan Sports Board (PSB) has made a renewed effort to clear his arrears before the end of financial year.

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