Glenn Turner (Mumbai Magicians) clashed with Robert Hammond (Punjab Warriors) during the match
Goals from Dharamvir Singh, Robert Hammond and Malak Singh earned very important 5 points for the visitors. While Kookaburra Liam De Yong scored Magicians only goal when he deflected Jonny Jasrotia’s flick on a PC, by tournament’s top scorer Sandeep Singh failed to convert any of the three penalty corners that he took.
Warriors thus won all the three games that played against the Magicians in the tournament and Magicians have lost all three games against Delhi Waveriders also. Continue reading →
Author: ""; Last updated on March 28, 2013 23:27 .
Floris Evers and Moritz Fürste in a training session of Ranchi Rhinos
The Rhinos would be banking on their twelfth man i.e. the vocal crowd of Ranchi, when they look to settle the scores with the Waveriders by handing them their first league defeat in the Hero Hockey India League when the two teams face off for the third and final time in the league stage here at the Astroturf Hockey Stadium on Friday.
In the contest of table toppers, Rhinos will look forward from their last encounter in Delhi where they came close to an upset on Wednesday but had to settle for draw. After eight matches, the Waveriders are only unbeaten team in the league and lead the standings with 34 points while Rhinos are just 5 points behind them from five wins, a draw and two loses. Continue reading →
Author: ""; Last updated on January 31, 2013 20:16 .
Hockey Australia is pleased to announce the appointment of two new highly credentialed and respected women to the Hockey Australia Board.
Ms Sandra Sully and Ms Tracey Scott will join the nine member Board at the first meeting of the year. Both new appointments will bring valued skills and experience to an already highly credentialed Board.
Hockey Australia President, Stuart Grimshaw stated, “I am delighted to announce the appointment of both Sandra & Tracey to the Board. Sandra’s extensive knowledge and expertise in the media industry will add significant value to our organisation. Tracey’s legal acumen, commercial experience and exposure to high performance sport at Cricket Australia will also bring a tremendous skill set to our Board.” Continue reading →
Author: ""; Last updated on January 31, 2013 13:55 .
Floris Evers (Ranchi Rhinos) in action as Gurbaj Singh (Delhi Waveriders) approaches
Despite goals from Justin Reid Ross and Floris Evers, Rhinos were unable to take five full points. With this draw, Waveriders stay on top of the table with 5 points ahead of Rhinos, who are at the second position with 29 points.
“We were not as good as we have been in the league so far. We made some mistakes today, and hopefully we would learn from them,” Waveriders’ captain Sardar Singh said.
Ranchi Rhinos drew first blood in this top of the table clash, in the 14th minute. Ashley Jackson showed some excellent skills to enter the Waveriders’ circle before passing the ball to an unmarked Justin Reid Ross. Reid Ross struck an accurate hit past a charging Nicolas Jacobi to put the visitors 1-0 ahead.
Rhinos looked like scoring another goal soon, but Jacobi made a superb save. Continue reading →
Author: ""; Last updated on January 30, 2013 23:17 .
Jonny Jasrotia celebrates a goal with Mathew Swann and Faisal Saari
Jonny Jasrotia (11th minute), Jason Wilson (45) and Sandeep Singh (52, 66) found the target for the hosts to keep themselves alive in the inaugural edition of HIL.
“This is our first win in the tournament and we are very happy today. We have been playing well in the last few matches and we hope to keep improving,” said Sandeep after the match.
The Magicians needed nothing less than a win in this encounter between two bottom placed teams and came out with clear intention to take the battle to their opponents on the home turf. Continue reading →
Author: ""; Last updated on January 30, 2013 22:10 .