Indian junior women's hockey team rally to 3-2 win over Chile seniors
The eves scored three goals to seal a memorable comeback win over the senior Chile team for their third successive triumph
By Samrat Chakraborty
India junior women's hockey team scored thrice in quick succession to inflict a 3-2 defeat on Chile senior women's hockey team.
India junior women's hockey team stuns Chile's senior side, clinch 3-2 win
It was India's third consecutive victory on the tour. They had defeated Chile's junior side twice earlier this week.
It was India's third consecutive victory on the tour. Image: Hockey India
Santiago (Chile): The Indian women's junior hockey team rallied from a goal down to script a stunning 3-2 win over the Chilean senior side at the Prince of Wales Country Club.
Harendra Singh in line for USA field hockey men’s role
Former India coach Harendra Singh PIC: Hockey India
India’s Harendra Singh is a frontrunner to take over as USA Field Hockey men’s head coach, The Hockey Paper understands.
Hockey retains social media Olympic ranking as younger sports make hay
In a year where the digital sphere played a leading hand in virtual engagement, the International Hockey Federation (FIH) retained its position in the top 10 of most followed Olympic sports in the annual social media rankings of Olympic federations.
Fiona Crackles: "You Realise You’re Playing The Sport You Fell In Love With When You Were Eight"
Fiona Crackles Debut
How would you feel making your international debut against the world’s top ranked team on their home territory?
Niklas Wellen:'Always wanted to play in the Netherlands’
Image by Koen Suyk
Despite the corona pandemic, Niklas Wellen is feeling good about himself. The 138-time German international is fit and having a good time at Pinoké. With the switch to the ambitious club from the Amsterdamse Bos last summer, a long-cherished wish came true for 26-year-old Wellen. “I’ve always wanted to play in the Netherlands.”
Equity-One Sign as HC Melbourne’s Major Partner for Second Season
Victoria’s number one Hockey team, Hockey Club Melbourne, has confirmed its major partnership with Equity-One ahead of the Sultana Bran Hockey One League’s second season due to start in September, 2021.
Isabelle Jouin becomes France hockey’s first female president
Isabelle Jouin has outlined her four-year objectives ahead of the Paris 2024 Olympics after becoming the first female president of the French Hockey Federation.
India struggle for a draw against Argentina colts
Buenos Aires: India’s women’s team forced a last gasp 1-1 draw against Argentina Juniors here on Tuesday, thanks to captain Rani Rampal’s goal with two minutes remaining
Rani Rampal helps India draw second game against Argentina juniors
Captain Rani Rampal’s goal steered India to a 1-1 draw, their second-consecutive one, against the Argentina junior women’s team.
By Rahul Venkat
The Indian women's hockey team played out a second straight draw against the Argentina junior team on Tuesday at the Cenard in Buenos Aires.
Rani Rampal's goal helps India salvage 1-1 draw against junior Argentina side
It was a second straight draw for the Indian team following a 2-2 result in the tour-opener.
Rani Rampal scored the goal in 1-1 draw with Argentina. Image: Hockey India
Buenos Aires: The Indian women's hockey team wasted a number of penalty corner chances before skipper Rani Rampal's fourth-quarter strike helped the visitors salvage a 1-1 draw against Argentina's junior side, here.
Ireland women satisfied after international hockey return
Ireland women’s head coach Sean Dancer expressed his satisfaction at being able to play international hockey again after returning from a five-match friendly series against Spain.
Kelly Hoyng-Jonker:'Orange is a closed book’
Sunday afternoon, Oranje-Rood against Pinoké. In the circle, the tip-in-queen lurks for the ball like a heron on a goldfish. Above number 23, her white shirt only shows Hoyng, her husband’s last name. The name Jonker is missing. As if she symbolically left her hockey life before her comeback ( 168 international matches, 68 goals ) behind.
Resilience - A Key to Success
By Steve Horgan, USA Field Hockey's Director of Umpiring
We all know there are many skills required for an umpire to be successful. Knowledge, fitness, personality, understanding, empathy and communication, just to name a few. But one skill that can make or break an umpire is his/her ability, or lack thereof, to recover quickly from challenges or difficulties during his/her career. Maya Angelou said, “I can be changed by what happens to me, but I refuse to be reduced by it.” Resilience is one the most important skills for an umpire to be successful.
PAHF Sets New Date for 2021 Junior Pan American Championships
PAHF understands that COVID 19 still has a big impact in the Region, therefore a new date for the Junior Pan American Championships (Qualifiers to WC) was agreed with host country, Chile.
‘Force of nature’ world grand hockey master leader passes away
By Richard Bright
Tributes have poured from around the masters hockey community following the passing of Wim van Noortwijk, the former World Grand Masters Association president.