Jr Asia Cup Schedule and Results

Junior Asia Cup 2012

7th Men’s Junior Asia Cup 2012 Dates: 03 May – 13 May 2012 at MELAKA (Malaysia) Final Standings: 1. Malaysia, 2. Pakistan, 3. India, 4. Korea, (First four qualifies for Junior World Cup 2013, to be held in India) 5. Japan, 6. China, 7. Iran and 8. Sri Lanka Participating teams: Standing After League Round Pool A: 1. Malaysia, 2. Korea, 3. Japan, 4. Iran Pool B: 1. Pakistan, 2. India, 3. China, 4. Sri Lanka Schedule: May 3, 2012: Korea vs Japan (Pool A) : 4-1 Malaysia vs Iran (Pool A) : 6-1 May 4, 2012: Pakistan vs China … Continue reading →




Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2012 Schedule/Results

An artist's impression of the Hockey Centre as it might look during the London 2012 Hockey competitions

21st Sultan Azlan Shah Cup Tournament Tournament Dates: 24 May- 3 June 2012 Venue: Sultan Azlan Shah Stadium, Ipoh, Malaysia Final Standings: Gold Medal: New Zealand (Their First Title) Silver Medal: Argentina Bronze Medal: India4. Great Britain, 5. Korea, 6. Malaysia and 7. Pakistan. Fairplay: Great Britain Best Player of Tournament: Sardar Singh (India) Best Goalkeeper: Kyle Pontifex (New Zealand) Top Scorer: Ashley Jackson ( Great Britain) Man of the Match (Final): Kyle Pontifex (New Zealand) Live Telecast on Neo Sports in India and on Astro Arena in Malaysia  League Stage Final Points Table: Author: “”; Last updated on June … Continue reading →




Shakeel Abbasi of Delhi Wizards: Bridgestone WSH ‘Game Changer’

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Shakeel Abbasi (PAK) City/State : Quetta (Pakistan) DOB: 05-01-1984 Field Position : Forward International Debut : 2003 International Caps : 200+ WSH Team : Delhi Wizards WSH Goals : 8 Delhi Wizards’ Pakistani import, Shakeel Abbasi, who also won the maximum number of MoM awards in the league and he scored total 8 goals in the inaugural edition of Bridgestone World Series Hockey. He was awarded with Bridgestone WSH ‘Game Changer’ with prize money of Rs 25 lakh. His Hockey Story: Right from childhood, he was very interested in sports. Cricket and hockey were the most popular games then and he spent more time playing than doing … Continue reading →




Gurbaj to lead India in 3-Nation Cup at Lahore

Fitness Training: Gurbaj Singh, Manpreet Singh, Amar Aiyamma, Sarvanjit Singh, etc..

Here, we see development hockey team of India, which will be route of the players to find a place in Indian Hockey Team for debut or return after injury. In such fashion, talented midfielder Gurbaj Singh will make his return to hockey after a knee injury, due to which he missed the Olympic Qualifiers. He has been named leader of Indian developmental team that will take part in the next month’s 3-Nation Cup at Lahore (Pakistan) which will be held from 9-13 April, 2012. Apart from hosts Pakistan, India and Malaysia complete the line up. Though, the tour of India … Continue reading →