Bhubaneswar, India: The young Mexican team said before the FIH Men’s Series Finals Bhubaneswar Odisha 2019 that they wanted to gain some experience. For sure, they did. They also won today’s match against Uzbekistan, enabling them to grab seventh place in the standings. The action continues tonight with the cross-overs which will determine who will join India and USA in the semi-finals.Continue reading Young Mexicans looking for bright future
Through to Saturday’s semi-final, an 11-0 win saw the Irish Women dominate play for the entire game with Singapore rarely managing to bring play down into the Irish half of the pitch. The majority of the game comprised of free moving, attacking hockey from the host nation, keeping Singapore under pressure throughout.Continue reading Irish Women dominate play in Havelock to secure Semi-final spot on Saturday.
Ukraine 0-4 Scotland (S. Jamieson, F. Semple, C. Watson, N. Alexander-Lloyd)Continue reading Scotland beat Ukraine to take second spot in their Pool in Banbridge
Ireland 8 (N Daly (2), A O’Flanagan (4), S Hawkshaw, Z Wilson) Czech Republic (1 J Reichlova)Continue reading Two wins from Two for Irish Women Hockey with 8-1 win over Czech Republic.
The Hockeyroos unleashed a dominant few minutes in the second quarter, maintaining third place on the FIH Pro League standings with a 4-2 win over Great Britain in London.Continue reading SECOND QUARTER BLITZ SECURES WIN FOR HOCKEYROOS
Australia conceded the bonus point to Great Britain in a 4-3 shootout after regulation time ended in a 2-2 draw in London on Sunday night. Australia came from behind twice through goals to Jake Harvie and Tim Brand, though a yellow card to Tom Craig late in the final quarter made for a nervous finish to regulation time.Continue reading KOOKABURRAS HELD TO A 2-2 DRAW IN LONDON
Scotland 1-3 Korea (K. Holmes / H. Cho, J. Kang, S. Seo)
Despite a great start to the match Scotland women were beaten 3-1 by Korea in their second contest of the FIH Series Finals in Banbridge.Continue reading Scotland beaten by Korea in match two of FIH Series Finals
Ireland 2 (B Barr, K Mullan) Malaysia 1 (S Husain)
Bethany Barr put Ireland on the scoreboard early on with a goal in the forth minute, deflected from the penalty corner, on her major tournament debut.Continue reading Irish Women get their FIH Series Final off to Strong Start with 2 – 1 win over Malaysia.
Ireland 1 (S O’Donoghue) France 1 (H Genestet)
A goal from Shane O’Donoghue in the 42nd minute saw Ireland take the lead in third quarter against France at Lisnagarvey Hockey Club, in the first of this two-match series. However, Frenchman Hugo Genestet equalised with the last play of the game following seven consecutive penalty corners dragging high to Harte’s right post.Continue reading Ireland Senior Men Draw 1-1 with France in Lisnagarvey in first of Two-Match Series.
The race to secure an all-important top four finish in the FIH Pro League continued on Tuesday (4 June), with the Netherlands women taking a narrow win over Germany before the Dutch men claimed two points from a possible three by winning a shoot-out against New Zealand at HC Oranje-Rood in Eindhoven.Continue reading Netherlands women hold on against Germany; Dutch men snatch bonus point against New Zealand