It was being touted as the biggest competition in hockey, but India will not be part of it when the Hockey Pro League makes its debut in 2019. Continue reading India’s pullout hints at friction with world body
DAYS AFTER alleging match-fixing at the World League semifinals in London, Hockey India has pulled out of one of International Hockey Federation’s (FIH’s) flagship tournaments, the Pro League.
The decision was communicated to the FIH on Friday and the world body has begun its search for a replacement, it is learnt. The decision can have an impact on the Olympic qualifying hopes of the men’s and women’s teams as the Pro League is one of FIH’s main qualifying tournaments.
By Press Trust of India, Press Trust of India, New Delhi
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) will ask hosts England to investigate India’s allegation that attempts were made to “fix” their Hockey World League Semifinal clash against Pakistan last month. Continue reading International hockey federation to ask hosts England to probe India vs Pakistan fixing charge
The Netherlands took first place at the FINTRO Hockey World League Semi-Finals after a patient but accomplished performance against China. For their part, the team ranked eighth in the world played their part in a spectacle worthy of a final. Continue reading Netherlands crowned champions in Brussels: Australia take fifth Hockey World Cup spot
In a day of exciting action, top quality performances and the occasional upset, four teams have booked their ticket to both the 2018 Hockey World Cup and the Hockey World League Finals in Auckland at the end of this year. Continue reading China stun Hockeyroos: New Zealand, Netherlands and Korea qualify for World Cup #HWL2017
London, England: The Netherlands are the winners of the Hero Hockey World League Semi-Final, storming to a 6-1 victory over Rio 2016 Olympic gold medallists Argentina in a wonderful event final at the Lee Valley Hockey & Tennis Centre on Sunday (25 June). Continue reading Netherlands storm to victory at Men’s Hero Hockey World League Semi-Final in London
Today saw the final of the three match test series against Poland, with Wales once again winning the game; their eighth win out of nine matches. Continue reading Wales 3 game victory over Poland
The clinical finishing of Korea was enough to defeat Scotland in their final Pool A match at the World League Semi-Finals in Brussels. It was a brave and battling performance by the Scots but the result means Scotland will play in the 9th/10th play-off on Thursday. Continue reading Scotland beaten by Korea in final pool match of the World League Semi-Finals
Korea 6-3 Scotland (Bae, Yang, Jang, Jeong, Lee, Hwang) / (Atkins, Bain, Bain)
Scotland men, in a courageous performance, were defeated in their final match of the Hockey World League Semi-Finals in London. A battle-weary Scotland from their heroic efforts throughout the tournament fought every inch of the match, but were undone by the clinical finishing of Korea at Lee Valley. Continue reading Scotland men battle bravely but lose final game against Korea
Scotland’s women’s hockey team was defeated in its opening match of the World League Semi-Finals in Brussels by a very impressive world number 1-ranked the Netherlands. The Scots defended very well against the Dutch who in the end managed to find the net four times for a 4-0 win. Continue reading Scotland women defeated by world number one-ranked the Netherlands