Schedule and Results: FIH World League Round 2 (Women): New Delhi 2015

FIH World League Round 2 (Women)
New Delhi : Schedule and Results

FIH World League Round – 2 (Women) LogoVenue: Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium, New Delhi (India)
March 7-15, 2015

Final Standings: 1. India, 2. Poland, 3. Malaysia, 4. Thailand, 5. Russia, 6. Kazakhstan, 7. Ghana, 8. Singapore

Teams:
Pool A: Ghana, India, Poland, Thailand
Pool B: Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Russia, Singapore

FIH World League Round 2 (Women): Points Table

  • Pool A

    Country Played Wins Win Draws Loss Draws Losses GF GA GD Points
    India 3 3 0 0 0 21 0 21 9
    Poland 3 2 0 0 1 8 3 5 6
    Thailand 3 1 0 0 2 4 11 -7 3
    Ghana 3 0 0 0 3 1 20 -19 0
    Day 3 After 12 Games Played – March 10
  • Pool B

    Country Played Wins Win Draws Loss Draws Losses GF GA GD Points
    Malaysia 3 3 0 0 0 16 0 16 9
    Kazakhstan 3 2 0 0 1 7 10 -3 6
    Russia 3 1 0 0 2 9 6 3 3
    Singapore 3 0 0 0 3 0 16 -16 0
    Day 3 After 12 Games Played – March 10

FIH World League Round 2 (Women): Schedule and Results:

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Indian Women’s Hockey Team for FIH World League Round 2 is Known

Indian Women’s Hockey Team is known for FIH World League Round 2 which is scheduled to be played at Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium, New Delhi from 7th March to 15th March 2015. The league featuring eight teams is divided in Pool A and Pool B.

The 18 member Indian squad will be captained by the very proficient midfielder Ritu Rani who has to her credit of 193 International caps. Deepika, who has donned Indian jersey 138 times will be her deputy. Also, to guard the nets under the bar will be goalkeeper Savita who has made several crucial saves for the Indian Women’s Hockey team in the past. Continue reading →

India ready to host FIH World League Round – 2 (Women) from March 7

The FIH World League Round – 2 (Women) is all set to make a start on the 7th of March 2015 at Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium, New Delhi in India. The turf will witness eight international women hockey teams take on each other with the sole objective to win and advance to the semi finals of the League.

FIH World League Round – 2 (Women) Logo

The Indian Women Hockey Team was touring Spain to play matches in preparation for the FIH World League Round 2. Playing five games at Valencia, two against Spain, one each against the two Dutch hockey clubs – GCHC and HDM and Germany, the team India was seen giving a tough fight to their opponents on the foreign turf prior to the upcoming FIH World League Round 2. The girls from India were appreciated for their on-ground skills and team coordination as they dished out some noticeable performances at Spain.

The League holds importance as each team will look at winning and going on to play the World League Round 3 which is the final stage of qualification for the 2016 RIO Olympics. The Indian team, post their great show at Spain will look at winning and proceeding to the next round of the League. Continue reading →

India Beat Black Sticks to Open Up Pool C in Junior World Cup (Women)

India defeated Junior Black Sticks Women by 2-0 in their second game of the ERGO Hockey Junior World Cup in Mönchengladbach (Germany), while Jillaroos beat Russia 6-0.

Vandana Katariya of India celebrating a goal (of 2) against Malaysia in Hockey World League 2 in New Delhi

File photo of Vandana Katariya

With today’s results, Jillaroos (Australia‘s Under 21 Women’s Hockey team) sit on top of pool C with 6 points, followed by New Zealand and India with 3 points each after two matches each. With various possibilities any two of Australia, New Zealand and India can make it to quarter-finals.

In what was a hotly contested match, the New Zealanders were hoping to secure a second win after beating Russia 10-0 in their opener, while India needed a victory to stay in competition as they had lost to Jillaroos in the opener. Continue reading →

Jillaroos Beat Russia 6-0 in Junior Hockey World Cup (Women)

A hat-trick from Madison Fitzpatrick was central to the Jillaroos’ 6-0 victory over Russia on day two of the Ergo Junior World Cup in Mönchengladbach on Sunday. The Queenslander struck three times while teammates Murphy Allendorf (QLD), Kathyrn Slattery (WA) and birthday girl Emily Smith (NSW) also inked their names on the score sheet.

Ergo Hockey Junior World Cup 2013 (Women) Logo

The Jillaroos moved to the top of Pool C with the result following India’s 2-0 victory over New Zealand in the other match in the group.

And while the six goal margin of victory was as comprehensive as might be imagined, it may well have been larger but for the performance of the substitute Russian goalkeeper Viktoriia Alexandrina, who played a critical role in thwarting Australia efforts throughout the second half. Continue reading →

Final 18 Jillaroos Announced for Hockey Junior World Cup (Women)

Hockey Australia has submitted its final 18-athlete Jillaroos squad for the women’s Ergo Junior World Cup in Mönchengladbach, Germany. The biggest tournament in junior hockey, the Junior World Cup 2013 will see Australia’s U21 women looking to reach the medal matches having finished fifth at the 2009 edition of the tournament in Boston.

Hockey Australia LogoA 20-strong group has been preparing for the tournament with warm-up fixtures against the U21 sides of Germany, Korea and the Netherlands. But with competition regulations requiring teams to nominate a squad of 18, Jacqui Day (Mountain Creek, QLD) and Hayley Padget (Hurstbridge, VIC) are the unfortunate pair missing out on selection. Continue reading →