Post a big win (13-0) over DPR Korea yesterday, India Junior Women Hockey team today scored a dozen past Singapore in their second encounter at the 7th Women’s Junior Asia Cup. In the other match of the day, China defeated DPR Korea by 11-0. Riding on the momentum from the last game, India adopted aggressive approach right from the first minute of the game. Singapore started the game on a cautious note and tried keeping the possession, but Indians with their experience went on the attack, piercing through their defense. Author: “The Hockey Fan”; Last updated on September 6, 2015 21:13 . … Continue reading →
With the 7th Women’s Junior Asia Cup 2015 scheduled to commence on the 5th September 2015 in Changzhou, China, the India Junior Women Hockey team departed today for the all important tourney. Placed in the Pool A of the tournament, the India will face the challenges of China, Malaysia, Singapore and DPR Korea in the pool phase. The team will clash against DPR Korea in the opening match of the tournament and will aim to open their outing with a win (Full Schedule Here). Author: “The Hockey Fan”; Last updated on September 1, 2015 16:14 . … Continue reading →
7th Women’s Junior Asia Cup Venue: Changzhou, China Date: 5-13 September 2015 Participating Teams: Pool A: China; India; Malaysia; Singapore; DPR Korea Pool B: Korea Rep; Japan; Thailand; Chinese-Taipei Detailed Schedule and results of 7th Women’s Junior Asia Cup 2015: Author: “The Hockey Fan”; Last updated on September 13, 2015 20:29 .
After losing against England in their last league match, the India U-21 Women Team took revenge after beating them by 1-0 in shoot-out to finish 3rd in the Volvo U-21 (Women) Invitational Tournament 2015 held at Breda, The Netherlands. The hosts, Netherlands defeated China by 5-1 to win the title and Germany edged past New Zealand by 2-1 to finish fifth in 6 team tournament. India’s goal-keeper Inderpreet Kaur was the hero of the match as she brilliantly thwarted all attempts by the English players during the penalty shootout which helped India clinch the closely fought match and the 3rd … Continue reading →
Australia and the Netherlands maintain top spot in men’s and women’s FIH World Rankings India and Canada men move up the rankings Changes in the women’s top eight as USA slide down rankings The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has released the latest World Rankings following the completion of the four events comprising the Hockey World League Semi-Finals – Buenos Aires and Antwerp (men); Valencia and Antwerp (women). World Cup holders Australia men and the Netherlands women remain at the top of the World Rankings after both teams won their respective Hockey World League Semi-Final events, beating Belgium and Korea in … Continue reading →
After losing to the Netherlands by 0-1 in their first match, India Under-21 Women Hockey team came back strong against Germany today and went on to draw the match 4-4 in the Volvo Invitational U-21 (Women) Tournament today. India Under-21 Men were defeated (1-3) by Belgium in their 3rd match after two convincing wins against Germany (3-0) and New Zealand (3-0). India and Germany women displayed fearless performances where both sides were looking to counter the opponent’s attack. After the goal-less first half, both the teams displayed their mettle in the second half and Belgium men outplayed India with two … Continue reading →