Ipoh, Malaysia, 6 April 2016: Five time Champions India came from 0-1 down to beat Japan 2-1 in their opener match of the 25th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup. In the other matches of the day, hosts Malaysia held New Zealand by 3-3 in a knife edge match, and Asian Giants Pakistan defeated Canada by 3-1.
Harman Preet Singh India 25th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2016
Despite starting the game strongly and India holding almost 84 per cent of the possession in the first five minutes, the first quarter ended goal less as Japan defended strongly to deny them any openings. Continue reading →
25th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2016: Schedule and Results
Venue: Sultan Azlan Shah Stadium, Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia
Dates: April 06-16, 2016
Participating Teams:Australia, Canada, India, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Pakistan.
Final Standings: 1. Australia, 2. India, 3. New Zealand, 4. Malaysia, 5. Pakistan, 6. Canada, 7. Japana
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8th Men’s Junior Asia Cup 2015
Venue: Kuantan, Malaysia
Date: 14th-22nd November, 2015
India won the 8th Men’s Junior Asia Cup 2015 by defeating Pakistan in final by 6-2.
Pool A: India, Malaysia, Japan, China
Pool B: Korea, Pakistan, Oman, Bangladesh
Live Telecast of Junior Asia Cup 2015 is available on Astro Arena in Malaysia.
Detailed Schedule and Results of 8th Men’s Junior Asia Cup 2015: Continue reading →
- Ireland men confirm their place in the hockey event at Rio 2016 as Australia win Oceania Cup
- First Irish hockey team to take part in the Olympic Games since 1908
Fifth place finish in Hockey World League Semi-Final enough to secure Ireland’s qualification
- Japan women confirm their place in the hockey event at Rio 2016 as Australia and New Zealand qualify for Oceania Cup final
Ireland men’s hockey team during FINTRO Hockey World League Semi-Final 2015 in Antwerp (Credits: Grant Treeby)
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has confirmed that Ireland men and Japan women have qualified for the hockey event at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. It marks the first time in over 100 years since an Irish hockey team participated in an Olympic Games, with their men picking up the silver medals in the inaugural Olympic hockey event which took place in London, England in 1908. Continue reading →
On the penultimate day of 7th Women’s Junior Asia Cup, Changzhou, China and Japan defeated Korea and India in the respective semi-finals to reach the tournament final and also claim a ticket to next year’s Junior World Cup. Malaysia defeated Thailand to claim fifth place, while Singapore slipped past Chinese Taipei to secure the opportunity to play DPR Korea for seventh place tomorrow.
India junior Women Team taking a penalty corner against Japan in the semi final of the 7th Women’s Asia Cup 2015
India Junior Women Hockey team today went down fighting 2-2 (2-3 Shot Out) against Japan during the Semi-Final match. After a closely fought match and riding with the goals scored by Deep Grace Ekka and Renuka Yadav, Indian eves lost the match in the Shoot-Out where their Asian counterpart edged-past Indians by 3-2. Continue reading →
On the final day of pool action in Changzhou, India defeated Malaysia to join China, Japan and Republic of Korea in the semi-finals of Women’s Junior Asia Cup 2015.
India junior Women Team stretched Malaysia defence to the limits in pool match of the 7th Women’s Asia Cup 2015
The classification games are set up as follows: in the semi-finals on Saturday, China will face Korea and Japan will take on India. Malaysia play Thailand for 5th place, and Singapore and Chinese Taipei will do battle for a spot in Sunday’s game for 7th place (full schedule here). In the topscorer list, Gu Bingfeng from China is the new sole leader with nine goals scored in four matches ahead of India’s Rani’s eight. Continue reading →