5-0 Scotland (B. Jeon, N. Lee, J. Jang x2, S. Kim)
men were beaten 5-0 by Korea in the bronze medal match of the FIH Series Finals
in Le Touquet. The Scots miss out on the bronze this time but have finished
higher than ranking for the fourth time in three years.
Continue reading Scotland miss out on bronze but finish higher than ranking once again
Hiroshima, Japan: In the match for third place,
Chile and Russia entertained the spectators with a tightly contested and
exciting game. Although Chile went into the lead, it was Russia who showed the
resilience to get the game back on equal terms and then take the win in the
shoot-out, finishing their FIH Series Finals campaign on a high.
Continue reading India win the FIH Series Finals Hiroshima after all-Asia clash with Japan
Germany’s women will go into next week’s FIH Pro League Grand Final event in Amsterdam on the back of a hard-earned 3-2 away victory against a spirited USA team on Saturday evening, with goals from Hannah Granitzki, Franzisca Hauke and Rebecca Grote giving Xavier Reckinger’s team all three points in front of a sell-out crowd at the Spooky Nook Sports Complex in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Continue reading Germany women finish regular season with away victory over USA
So today saw the end of the #FIHProLeague regular season.
The final four heading to the #GrandFinals have been confirmed, Kookaburras, Netherlands, Belgium and Great Britain but not all seems right and fair.
Continue reading The Final Four Decided But Is It Fair?
Frederique Matla’s ninth goal of the season gave reigning world champions the Netherlands a 2-1 victory over Argentina in front of a passion-fuelled capacity crowd at Utrecht’s SV Kampong on Thursday evening, a result which guarantees a first place finish for the Oranje in the league phase of the competition.
Continue reading Matla strike downs Argentina as Netherlands women secure first place finish
Spain Wales moved to the top of Pool B after a convincing 5-0
win over Thailand. The spectators were then in for a real treat as South Africa
and Italy played out a high quality, competitive match that could have gone
either way. It was South Africa who emerged victorious but both teams showed
that they are here in Valencia determined to leave everything on the pitch.
Continue reading Wales move to top of Pool B, while South Africa beat Italy in close encounter.
Hiroshima, Japan: The first crossover match of the FIH Series Finals in Hiroshima saw host nation Japan beating Poland by a convening 5-0 scoreline. Chile beat neighbours and close rivals Uruguay in the Southern American clash, also scoring five goals, but conceding two.
Continue reading Five goal hauls see Japan and Chile win through to the semi-finals
to demand for Women’s EuroHockey Championship II tickets in Glasgow this
August, Scottish Hockey is delighted to announce additional seating for the
Continue reading Tartan Hearts stand announced to increase Women’s EuroHockey Championship II capacity