KARACHI: The planning for Pakistan’s first hockey League has been completed and the inaugural edition will be held in February next year, announced Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) on Sunday. Continue reading PHF announces date for first-ever domestic hockey league
MUSCAT, October 28: India and Pakistan were declared joint winners of the Hero Asian Champions Trophy on Sunday after a thunderstorm and heavy showers forced the final to be abandoned. Continue reading Pakistan and India Are Declared Joint Champions
The NSW Arrows will be recognised as the last ever Australian Hockey League gold medallists after defeating the Queensland Scorchers 7-6 in an epic finish at the Gold Coast Hockey Centre on Sunday afternoon. Continue reading NSW Arrows Claim Last-Ever AHL Title In Thriller
The Vantage Black Sticks Men suffered a 3-2 loss to Canada in the deciding game of the BDO Hockey Series this afternoon at Lloyd Elsmore Park in Pakuranga, Auckland. Continue reading Vantage Black Sticks Men suffer 3-2 loss to Canada
Pool B: Mannheimer HC 1 (G Peillat) Wimbledon 1 (E Horler)
Mannheimer HC won through to the KO16 of the EHL as they held on for a gritty 1-1 draw that sends them through ahead of Wimbledon on goal difference from Pool B ROUND1. Continue reading Mannheim Knock Wimbledon Out Of Europe With A 1-1 Draw
Capital ruined what would have been some party for North Harbour hockey tonight. Continue reading Harbour and Capital triumph in National Hockey League finals – NZ Herald
Saturday 22 September 2018 | The world number one Kookaburras have lost the final of the Darwin International Hockey Open (DIHO) to second-ranked Argentina in an entertaining 2-1 defeat on Saturday night. Continue reading KOOKABURRAS GROUNDED BY ARGENTINA IN DARWIN DECIDER
Hockey India (HI) Friday congratulated just-retired Sardar Singh on his glorious international career, saying he was a “true ambassador of the game”. Continue reading Hockey India congratulates former captain Sardar Singh
By Bernama – September 2, 2018 @ 5:38pm
JAKARTA: National No 1 goalkeeper S. Kumar was left heartbroken following Malaysia’s failure to win the Asian Games men’s hockey gold medal and the 2020 Olympic ticket.
World No 12 Malaysia were edged 3-1 via penalty shootout to Japan after a 6-6 draw in regulation time on Saturday.
In the match, Malaysia allowed Japan to claw back from 5-2 down for a 6-6 draw to force a penalty shootout.
Japan had no pressure going into the game as they have already qualified as hosts for the 2020 Olympics.
“What else can I say? I am heartbroken. We played so well to take a 5-2 lead and at that juncture, I already started thinking that we will win gold and qualify for the Olympics.
“We (all the players) need to accept the defeat and be happy with the silver medal.
“We should have killed off the game with our early lead, but we allowed Japan back into the match,” he said when met after the sizzling final.
It was Japan’s first Asian Games gold medal in hockey.
They were pre-tournament favourites expected to clash for the title but India and Pakistan faced-off here on Saturday for a consolation third place, India winning 2-1. For the houseful crowd, though, it didn’t matter and the teams, true to their reputation, played out perhaps the best match of the competition. Continue reading India beats Pakistan in the match of the tournament – The Hindu