London, England: The Pool phase of the Men’s Hero Hockey World League Semi-Final drew to a close on Tuesday, revealing the teams that will line up in the event quarter-finals on Thursday. Continue reading Quarter-final line-up confirmed on Day 6 of the HWL2017
London, England: The fifth day of action at the Men’s Hero Hockey World League Semi-Final in London was a crucial one for Pakistan and Scotland, who both recorded important wins to boost their chances of reaching the event quarter-finals. Continue reading Pakistan and Malaysia boost quarter-final hopes on Day 5
Scotland 1-3 Pakistan (Adams) / (Irfan Jr, Qadir, Bilal)
Scotland men took the lead against Pakistan but ended up losing 3-1 after some clinical finishing by their opposition in London. The result leaves Scotland at the foot of Pool B at the World League Semi-Finals, but a win in the next game against Canada could still see the Scots through to the quarter finals. Continue reading Scotland men fall short against Pakistan despite taking the lead
Sardar Singh was summoned for questioning by the UK police just hours after India’s 7-1 thrashing of Pakistan in the Hockey World League Semi-Finals, prompting some angry responses from FIH chief Narinder Batra.
Scotland 0-3 The Netherlands
(Robert Kemperman, Mink Van Der Weerden, Valentin Verga)
Scotland men battled hard against a top-class Netherlands side in their second match of the World League Semi-Final in London, but it was the fourth-in-the-world-ranked Dutch who came out on top with a 3-0 win. Continue reading Scots battle hard but the Dutch come out on top
After an impressive win in its first game, Canada’s men’s field hockey team came up on the short end of a 3-0 decision to India Saturday in London. Continue reading India hands Canada it’s first loss at World League semi final in London
Scotland were beaten 4-1 by India in a game that saw the Scots take the lead early doors, and hold their own against one of the best teams in the world. All of India’s goals came in the third quarter. Continue reading Scotland give India a run for their money but lose opening match of World League Semi-Finals
It’s been eight months since Jason McCracken took charge as the CEO of the International Hockey Federation and the biggest event in his brief tenure has been the launch of the Hockey Pro League, a nine-team international event.
Scottish Hockey is delighted to announce that Pakistan men will play their home matches of the International Hockey Federation’s (FiH) new game-changing Pro League at the Glasgow National Hockey Centre. Continue reading Glasgow to host Pakistan home FIH Hockey Pro League matches
Cardiff to London – 200 miles. For most of us that would be a straight forward drive along the M4 taking around 3 hours. Or even a train journey of around two. How about walking it… Crazy right? Continue reading Blood, Sweat and Tears, #OpStretcher a resounding success