Sunday 5 August 2018 | The Hockeyroos have cruelly missed out on a spot in the 2018 Women’s World Cup final in a penalty shootout after fighting back for a brave 1-1 draw with the Netherlands in Sunday morning’s (AEST) semi-final in London. Continue reading Brave Hockeyroos Suffer Shootout Heartache
London: The second lowest ranked team in the competition will take on the world number one team and reigning champions in a fascinating final of the Vitlaity Hockey Women’s World Cup. Continue reading Ireland Continue To Rewrite Their Record Books
The Green Army have continued their history-making run by beating India in a penalty shootout to secure their place in the World Cup semi-finals. Continue reading Green Machine Rolls on
World number three team Argentina and the world number five team Australia have always been well-matched but in this quarter-final it seemed nothing could separate them. They have both won the World Cup twice, they have long occupied a place within the top five in the world, they both have iconic players in their glorious hockey history and neither side can stand losing. Continue reading Hockeyroo’s In To The Semi Final In Dramatic Fashion
London: The surprises just keep coming. This time it was Spain who claimed a higher ranked scalp at the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup, London 2018 as they beat Germany 1-0.
“If you don’t score, you don’t win,” was the simple summing-up statement of a clearly hugely disappointed Head Coach Xavier Reckinger.
In the second crossover match between England and Korea, the host nation came out to play with an intensity and fluidity that had been missing for some of their earlier matches. Suddenly the passes were connecting, the runs were better-timed and chances were being created. Continue reading England Half Find Form To Beat Korea
The difference between India (WR:10) and Italy (WR:17) was the first touch control and the ability to finish an attacking move successfully. When it came to bravery in defence you could not fault the Italian’s approach but when you saw the speed, agility and confidence of the Eves as this game progressed, the outcome became more and more obvious. Continue reading India Find Scoring Ways To End The Italian Dream
- Spain defeat Belgium in shoot-out after tense goalless draw
- Argentina hit form as they defeat New Zealand
- Spain to play Germany and Argentina to face Australia in quarter-finals
There was a distinctly fiesta feel to Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre as first Spain and then Argentina won through to the quarter-finals of the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup, London 2018. Continue reading Fiesta time at the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup as Spain and Argentina win cross-over matches
The Hockeyroos must get a better return from their penalty corners in their final 2018 Women’s World Cup pool game against New Zealand in London on Sunday morning (AEST) according to goalkeeper Rachael Lynch. Continue reading Hockeyroos Looking For Payback
London, England: Ireland made history as they won their second game at the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup by a solitary goal over India. Prior to this tournament, Ireland had never won two games at a World Cup competition. Continue reading Ireland celebrate as they become first team to qualify for Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup quarter finals