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News for 04 December 2023

All the news for Monday 4 December 2023

2023 FIH Junior World Cup (W) - 4 December

All times GMT -3

3 Dec 2023 10:00     ENG v JPN (Pool D)          1 - 4
3 Dec 2023 12:00     NZL v USA (Pool D)          2 - 6
3 Dec 2023 17:00     ESP v KOR (Pool B)           2 - 1
3 Dec 2023 19:00     ARG v ZIM (Pool B)         14 - 0

4 Dec 2023 is a rest day

Final Pool standings

Live scores

FIH Match Centre

England, Japan, Spain, and Argentina qualify for the quarterfinals of the FIH Hockey Women’s Junior World Cup 2023

Lausanne, Switzerland: The last day of the league stage matches at the FIH Hockey Women’s Junior World Cup 2023 had a few twists and turns. While the United States couldn’t qualify for the quarterfinals even after winning by a 6-2 margin against New Zealand, England made their way into the top 8 although they lost to Japan 1-4.

U-21 USWNT Defeat New Zealand, Fall Short of Top Two Finish in Pool at JWC


SANTIAGO, Chile – The final pool play match for Pool D in the FIH Hockey Women's Junior World Cup was a thrilling one between the No. 5 U.S. U-21 Women’s National Team and No. 12 New Zealand. Needing a five-goal win to finish in the top half of their pool, the Junior Eagles just fell short with a 6-2 victory. Player of the Match Abby Tamer (Whitmore Lake, Mich.) tallied three goals in the high-scoring affair.

2023 FIH Junior World Cup (M) - 4 December
Kuala Lumpur

All times GMT +8

5 Dec 2023 09:00     FRA v EGY (Pool B)         
5 Dec 2023 11:00     GER v RSA (Pool B)     
5 Dec 2023 14:00     ESP v CAN (Pool C)     
5 Dec 2023 16:00     ARG v AUS (Pool A)     
5 Dec 2023 18:00     IND v KOR (Pool C)         
5 Dec 2023 20:00     MAS v CHI (Pool A)     

Pool standings

Live scores

FIH Match Centre

Men's FIH Hockey Junior World Cup - Records

By Tariq Ali

The 13th edition of the Men's FIH Hockey Junior World Cup to be held at Malaysia National Hockey Stadium, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 5 to 16 December, 2023.

The Medal Winners
Year  Gold Silver Bronze  Venue
1979  PAK. GER.   NED.     Versailles, France
1982. GER. AUS.   PAK.     Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
1985  GER. NED    PAK.     Vancauver, Canada
1989. GER. AUS.   PAK.     Ipoh, Malaysia
1993. GER. PAK.   AUS.     Terrassa, Spain
1997. AUS. IND.    GER.     Milton Keynes, England
2001. IND.  ARG.   GER.    Hobart, Australia
2005. ARG. AUS.   ESP.     Rotterdam, Netherlands
2009. GER. NED.   AUS.    Singapore and Johor Bahru, Malaysia
2013. GER. NED.   AUS.    New Delhi, India
2016. IND.  BEL.   GER.     Lucknow, India
2021. ARG. GER.  FRA.     Bhubaneshwar, India

Highest Scores of the Match
PAK 18-2 USA Bhubaneshwar 2021
ESP 17-0 USA Bhubaneshwar 2021
ARG 14-0 EGY Bhubaneshwar 2021
NED 14-0 USA Bhubaneshwar 2021
IND. 13-0 SGP  Kuala Lumpur  1982
IND  13-0 CAN Bhubaneshwar 2021
GER 12-0 ZIM. Vancauver        1985
ENG 12-0 MEX Rotterdam.       2005
AUS.12-0 CHI.  Rotterdam.       2005
NED 12-0 KOR  Bhubaneshwar 2021

Most Individual Goals in a Match
5 goals Juan Louis Coghen ESP 8-0 SGP Versailles 1979
5 goals Mark Hager AUS 7-1 EGY Vancauver 1985
5 goals Jang Jong-hyun KOR 11-0 MEX Rotterdam 2005
5 goals Miles Bukkens NED 14-0 USA Bhubaneshwar 2021
5 goals Miles Bukkens NED 13-5 KOR Bhubaneshwar 2021

Most Individual Goals in an Edition
18 goals Miles Bukkens (NED) Bhubaneshwar 2021
15 goals Juan Louis Coghen (ESP) Versailles 1979
15 goals Colin Henessy (AUS) Rotterdam 2005
14 goals Mark Hager (AUS) Vancauver 1985
14 goals Andreas Becker (GER) Ipoh 1989
14 goals Jang Jong-hyun (KOR) Rotterdam 2005
14 goals Timothee Clement (FRA) Bhubaneshwar 2021
13 goals Thomas Reck (GER) Vancauver 1985
13 goals Mink vander Weerden (NED) Singapore and Johor Bahru 2009
12 goals Mohinder Pal Singh (IND) Kuala Lumpur 1982
12 goals Zulkifli Muhammad Rajeb (MAS) Bhubaneshwar 2021

Malaysia show improvement in friendly against India ahead of JWC

By Jugjet Singh

NSTP/courtesy of KHM

KUALA LUMPUR: In a friendly against India on Sunday, Malaysia demonstrated marked improvement following their 3-1 defeat at the Sultan of Johor Cup (SoJC).

Go get goals as they will make a difference in case of draw

By Jugjet Singh

National junior hockey player in action against India during a friendly match at National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil. -NSTP/IHSAN KHM

KUALA LUMPUR: The question is not if Malaysia can beat Chile, but how many goals can coach Amin Rahim's boys score in their opening Junior World Cup Group A match at the National Hockey Stadium tomorrow.

Hardworking Alfarico perseveres amid hardship

By Aftar Singh

Member of the Malaysian hockey team competing in the Junior World Cup (JWC) Alfarico Lance Liau Jr. -PIC CREDIT: INSTAGRAM/ALFARICOJR

KUALA LUMPUR: For some players, the training allowance given to them is just pocket money and spent without much thought. For Alfarico Lance Liau Jr, it is used to ease his family's hardship.

Preview: Confident India eye winning start against Asian rivals Korea at the FIH Hockey Men’s Junior World Cup Malaysia 2023

India will take on Korea in their opening Pool C match on Tuesday in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur: The Indian Junior Men's Hockey Team will look to kick off their FIH Hockey Men’s Junior World Cup Malaysia 2023 campaign with a victory when they take on their Asian counterparts, Korea, in the first match in Pool C at the National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday.

How the Black Sticks women can qualify for Paris Olympics after withdrawing from Hockey Pro League

By Bonnie Jansen

Hockey New Zealand wants to control its destiny in 2024.

NZ Officials Appointed to Pinnacle Tournaments

Hockey New Zealand continues to make significant strides in the development of its officials, with several members of the hockey community receiving appointments to officiate in various international tournaments. These assignments not only underscore the talent and dedication of the officials but also reflect the ongoing efforts of Hockey NZ to foster the growth and expertise of its community.

Indoor Hockey on the up in New Zealand

New Zealand’s Indoor Hockey programme has been earning its place in administration folklore over recent months. A men’s and women’s team attended the FIH sanctioned Sultan Nazrin Shah Cup Men’s International Indoor Hockey Tournament and Tuanku Zara Cup Women’s International Indoor Hockey Tournament in Malaysia. We also saw the first of three national events, The NZ Open took place in Levin, November, and is to be closely followed by a Master’s tournament and U18 Tournament at the same venue.  On top of that preparations are underway to send U21 National teams to the Australian champs in early January 2024.

Day 1 Results: 1st Hockey India Junior and Sub Junior Men Academy Championship 2023 – (Zone A)

New Delhi: Day 1 of the 1st Hockey India Junior and Sub Junior Men Academy Championship 2023 – (Zone A) witnessed Roundglass Punjab Hockey Club Academy win their match in the Sub Junior category while Bhai Behlo Hockey Academy Bhagta, HAR Hockey Academy Raja Karan Hockey Academy and Roundglass Punjab Hockey Club Academy won their respective matches in the Junior category.  

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