All the news for Tuesday 26 September 2023
Asian Games Hangzhou 2022 Hockey Competition - 26 September
All times GMT +8
26 Sep 2023 09:00 IND v SGP (Pool A) 16 - 1
26 Sep 2023 11:15 MAS v OMA (Pool B) 11 - 1
26 Sep 2023 13:30 UZB v JPN (Pool A) 1 - 10
26 Sep 2023 15:45 PAK v BAN (Pool A)
26 Sep 2023 18:30 INA v CHN (Pool B)
26 Sep 2023 20:45 KOR v THA (Pool B)
25 Sep 2023 10:15 KOR v SGP (Pool A) 4 - 0
25 Sep 2023 12:45 MAS v HKG (Pool A) 8 - 0
25 Sep 2023 16:00 THA v KAZ (Pool B) 4 - 0
25 Sep 2023 18:30 CHN v INA (Pool B) 20 - 0
27 Sep 2023 10:15 JPN v INA (Pool B)
27 Sep 2023 12:45 IND v SGP (Pool A)
27 Sep 2023 16:00 KOR v HKG (Pool A)
27 Sep 2023 18:30 CHN v KAZ (Pool B)
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Malaysian Tigress's turn to roar in Asian Games
By Aida Adilah Mat
The Malaysian women's hockey team “imposed” their presence in the Asian Games by whipping Hong Kong 8-0 in a Group A match today. -Pic courtesy of Malaysian Hockey Confederation
HANGZHOU: The Malaysian women's hockey team "imposed" their presence in the Asian Games by whipping Hong Kong 8-0 in a Group A match today.
Asian Games Records
By Tariq Ali
China women's hockey team trounced Indonesia by a record margin 20-0 in the 19th Asian Games 2022 at Hangzhou. For the Chinese team Gu Bingfeng scored 4 goals, Jiaqi Zhong and Ying Zhang each scored a hat trick.
Following is the list of the Highest Scores of the Match in the women's hockey in the Asian Games
India 22-0 Hong Kong, New Delhi, 1982
South Korea 21-0 Hong Kong, Seoul, 1986
India 21-0 Kazakhstan, Jakarta, 2018
China 20-0 Indonesia, Hangzhou, 2023
The Highest Scores of the Match for Chinese Women's Hockey team
China 20-0 Indonesia, Hangzhou, 2023 (Asian Games 2022)
China 15-0 Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2007 (Asia Cup)
China 15-0 Thailand, Hong Kong, 2007 (Asia Cup)
China 15-0 Hong Kong, Jakarta, 2018 (Asian Games)
China 13-0 Thailand, Hiroshima, 1993 (Asia Cup)
China 13-0 Singapore, Bangkok, 2009 (Asia Cup)
China 13-0 Thailand, Guangzhou, 2010 (Asian Games)
China 11-0 Malaysia, New Delhi, 1999 (Asia Cup)
China 11-0 Zimbabwe, Harare, 1997 (World Cup Qualifiers)
Relentless Indian Men's Hockey Team continues winning run in Hangzhou; beats Singapore 16-1
Mandeep Singh, Lalit Kumar Upadhyay, Gurjant Singh, Vivek Sagar Prasad, Harmanpreet Singh, Manpreet Singh, Shamsher Singh, Abhishek, Varun Kumar scored goals for India in the match
Hangzhou: Indian Men's Hockey Team on Tuesday picked up their second consecutive victory at the 19th Asian Games Hangzhou 2022, defeating Singapore 16-1 in Pool A match. In the match, Indian Men's Hockey Team forward Abhishek, who was named in the starting XI, also completed his 50 International Caps. India Captain Harmanpreet Singh (24', 39', 40', 42') scored four goals, while Mandeep Singh (12', 30', 51') scored a hat-trick. Abhishek (51', 52'), and Varun Kumar (55', 55') scored a brace each, while Lalit Kumar Upadhyay (16'), Gurjant Singh (22'), Vivek Sagar Prasad (23'), Manpreet Singh (37'), and Shamsher Singh (38'), also scored a goal each for India. Zaki Zulkarnain (53') scored the sole goal for Singapore.
Harmanpreet Singh scores four as India beat Singapore 16-1
Mandeep Singh also scored a hat-trick in Hangzhou. The Indian men’s hockey team will play defending champions Japan next on Thursday.
By Ronald Chettiar
India vs Singapore hockey, Asian Games 2023 (Hockey India)
The Indian men’s hockey team beat Singapore 16-1 in its second Asian Games 2023 Pool A match at the Gongshu Canal Sports Park Stadium in Hangzhou, People’s Republic of China, on Tuesday.
Harmanpreet, Mandeep hat-tricks see India men's hockey team thump Singapore 16-1
Skipper Harmanpreet Singh (24th, 39th, 40th, 42nd) led from the front, scoring as many as four goals in what was yet another clinical effort from the Indians.
Asian Games 2023: Harmanpreet, Mandeep hat-tricks see India men's hockey team thump Singapore 16-1
India clinched a thumping 16-1 win over Singapore in men's hockey tournament at the Asian Games in Hangzhou. PTI
Harmanpreet Singh-led Indian men’s hockey team continued their dominant run in the ongoing 2023 Asian Games in Hangzhou, with a 16-1 win over Singapore on Tuesday.
Indian men's hockey team pummels Singapore 16-1 in 2nd outing
Mandeep Singh, Lalit Kumar Upadhyay, Gurjant Singh, Vivek Sagar Prasad, Harmanpreet Singh, Manpreet Singh, Shamsher Singh, Abhishek, Varun Kumar scored goals for India in the match.
ndian men's hockey team beats Singapore 16-1. (Photo credit: Hockey India)
Indian men's hockey team on Tuesday picked up its second consecutive victory at the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou, defeating Singapore 16-1 in a Pool A match.
Arul still sees weaknesses in Speedy Tigers despite fierce show
By Syafiq Aznan
Malaysia’s 9-0 thrashing of Thailand on Sunday must not make the national men's hockey team too comfortable in their Asian Games gold quest. - Pic courtesy MHC
HANGZHOU: Malaysia's 9-0 thrashing of Thailand on Sunday must not make the national men's hockey team too comfortable in their Asian Games gold quest.
Manpreet most capped, Pakistan least experienced among the top contenders
Some interesting facts emerge on the team composition of Hangzhou teams who are in search of the Asian supremacy. However, numbers do not support every team’s preparedness and competition worthiness. Top teams, for an instant, except Pakistan of course, rely on continuity of players. Other teams have almost raw teams. India, Japan, Malaysia, South Korea teams have 6-8 players who played in the Jakarta edition four years ago. However, Pakistan’s captain Umar Bhutta is the loner in the team from the one that did duty at Jakarta. May be they believe in fresh legs, while other top contenders lay their hopes on continuity for consistent results.
Asian Games fixtures and results - 26 September
Fixtures and live scores from the Asian Games
Grange and Watsonians take the lead in theScottish Premierships
After day two of the Premiership double header weekend Grange men have moved into pole position, while in the women`s competition Watsonians are in the driving seat on goal difference from Wildcats – and 3-2 victories seem to have been the order of the day.
Racing Club de France adapting well to new coach and philosophy
Racing Club de France have begun their season in flying form in the French league under new coach Maxime Bergez with back-to-back wins to date.
No. 2 UNC field hockey uses two-minute trick to earn wins over WFU and App State
By Caroline Wills
UNC freshman midfielder/forward Sanne Hak (5) makes a crucial pass in the Sunday, Sept. 24, 2023 game against App State. UNC won with a score of 6-1. Photo by Grace Richards / The Daily Tar Heel
Every time the No. 2 North Carolina field hockey team puts the ball in the back of the cage, head coach Erin Matson said it's a tradition to put up two fingers.
Field hockey falls to Princeton, snaps losing streak against Rider University
Sunday’s game marked Wimmer’s second career shutout.
By Heather Chen
By Selina Yang / Staff Photographer
Columbia field hockey had an up-and-down weekend as the team narrowly fell to Princeton on Friday, but later broke its three-game losing streak with a win against Rider University on Sunday afternoon.
Indiana field hockey splits weekend as conference play accelerates
By Matt Rudella
Junior defender Yip Van Wonderen takes the ball down the field against James Madison University on Sept. 24, 2023, at Deborah Tobias Field in Bloomington. The Hoosiers' next game is Friday at home against Michigan. Olivia Bianco
The Hoosiers played two games this weekend, losing the first to Michigan State on Friday but bouncing back with a victory over James Madison University on Sunday.
Hall of Fame Profile: Offensive focus, commitment to team highlight Annabelle Hamilton’s Hall of Fame UMaine career
Orono, Maine -- Annabelle Hamilton left her home in North Vancouver, British Columbia, in 2011 to pursue an education and continue her field hockey career at the University of Maine.
Day 2 Results: 1st Hockey India Sub Junior Men & Women East Zone Championship 2023
New Delhi: The second day of the 1st Hockey India Sub Junior Men & Women East Zone Championship 2023 in Ranchi, Jharkhand, saw Hockey Jharkhand, Hockey Bihar, and Hockey Association of Odisha register victories in their respective matches in the Sub Junior Women’s category, while Hockey Association of Odisha and Manipur Hockey emerged victorious in their respective games in the Sub Junior Men’s category.