- Tim Brand nets winner as Kookaburras overcome impressive Ireland
- Du Talake late show gives China surprise point against England
- Netherlands, Malaysia, Germany and Pakistan all in action on Saturday 1st December
Bhubaneswar, India: The third day of competition at the Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup Bhubaneswar 2018 saw Australia make a winning start to their title defence, while 17th ranked China claimed a surprise draw against England as the first Pool B matches of the competition were played. Continue reading Title holders Australia make winning start as China make lacklustre England pay
FIH Disciplinary Commissioner sanctions Chinese player Li Dongxiao with a one-year suspension
Lausanne, Switzerland: On 8 November, the FIH Disciplinary Commissioner decided to suspend Li Dongxiao for a period of one year. Continue reading China’s Li Dongxiao Recieves 1 Year Doping Ban
Thursday 22 November 2018 | The Hockeyroos have missed a chance to book a spot in Sunday’s Champions Trophy final but remain in the box seat after a 0-0 draw with hosts China PR in Thursday’s group game. Continue reading HOCKEYROOS DRAW BUT REMAIN IN POLE POSITION FOR FINAL
Saturday 10 February | The Hockeyroos have sealed an impressive Test Series victory over China PR with a hard-fought but exciting 4-2 win on Saturday night at Guildford Grammar Turf.
Continue reading HOCKEYROOS CLINCH CHINA SERIES VICTORY
The Hockeyroos have taken the lead in the five-match series against China PR Continue reading HOCKEYROOS TAKE SERIES LEAD WITH 4-1 VICTORY
Wednesday 7 February | The Hockeyroos’ five-game series with China remains all square after a 1-1 draw in Game Three at UWA Hockey Club in Perth on Wednesday evening.
Continue reading DEADLOCK KEEPS HOCKEYROOS-CHINA SERIES ALL SQUARE
Monday 5 February | The Hockeyroos have bounced back emphatically from Sunday’s series opening loss to China with a 5-0 win at Hale Hockey Club in Perth on Monday afternoon. Continue reading HOCKEYROOS BOUNCE BACK WITH EMPHATIC WIN
Sunday 4 February | The Hockeyroos have suffered a 3-1 loss to China PR in the opening game of their five-match series at Hale Hockey Club on Sunday evening. Continue reading HOCKEYROOS BEATEN IN CHINA SERIES OPENER