Thursday 5 September 2019 | The Kookaburras have sent an early statement in their quest to qualify for Tokyo 2020 with a clinical 4-0 win against New Zealand in their opening match of the Oceania Cup at the new hockey facility in Rockhampton.Continue reading KOOKABURRAS DRAW FIRST BLOOD AGAINST BLACK STICKS
Thursday 5 September 2019 | The Hockeyroos have the job in front of them after suffering a 3-1 loss to New Zealand in match one of the Oceania Cup.Continue reading Missed opportunities cost Hockeyroos against New Zealand
Hockey Ireland has today accepted the resignation of senior men’s head coach Alexander Cox. Cox has been a member of the Hockey Ireland coaching set up since August 2018.Continue reading Alexander Cox Resigns from Head Coach position with Irish Men’s Squad.
The Netherlands won their tenth EuroHockey Championship title as they scored in the first and last quarter to beat Germany 2-0.Continue reading Brilliant Oranje performance earn 10th title
Belgium produced a memorable performance to win their first ever Belfius EuroHockey Championships title, as the World Cup holders added another major title to their collection. The four-star Dutch eased their way past Germany to a bronze medal. Wales and England retain their place in the top tier of European hockeyContinue reading Brilliant Belgium win their first ever European Championship crown
The Netherlands produced the biggest semi-final win in the women’s Belfius EuroHockey Championships as they smashed England with a devastating display in Antwerp. Nike Lorenz’s last minute corner goal kept alive Germany’s chances of winning a third women’s title as they beat Spain 3-2. Anna O’Flanagan grabbed a winning goal for Ireland with just over a minute to go to see the Green Army all but safe. Russia landed a big blow over their eastern European rivals Belarus.Continue reading Day 8 : The Netherlands Inflict england’s highest ever defeat
Carlota Petchame’s single goal saw Spain earn a richly deserved 1-0 win over hosts Belgium to reach the semi-final of the women’s Belfius EuroHockey Championships. The Netherlands cruise into the semi-finals. In Pool B, England and Germany are into the semi’s.Continue reading Day 6 : England, Germany, Spain and the Netherlands make up the final four
Belfius EuroHockey Championships. Women, Ireland v Germany.
Women’s Pool B: Ireland 1 (S Hawkshaw), Germany 1 (P Maertens).
An exciting match for many reasons as the Irish Women finished with a level score against World Ranked Number 5 Germany this afternoon in Antwerp. Unfortunately, a win was required to progress to the semi-finals of the competition.Continue reading Ireland narrowly miss semi final spot
Spain got the draw they needed to reach the semi-finals of the European Championships for the first time since 2009, dropping England into the relegation pool. In Pool B, early double puts Germany in pole position for a semi-final place. The Netherlands confirm top spot with a 6-0 win over Scotland.Continue reading Day 5: Spain snatch semi-final spot to join Belgium, Netherlands and Germany in final four
Day 4 : Belgian women lead pool A, another draw for The Netherlands
Belgium moved to the top of Pool A on goal difference after two rounds of matches as first quarter blitz put them in great shape for their 4-1 win. Reigning champions the Netherlands were held to a second successive draw against Spain. Results in Pool B: Germany-England 1-1, Ireland – Belarus 11-0.Continue reading Netherlands frustrated for the second SUCCESSIVE match puts the red panthers in CONTROL