Tentative Schedule of Indian Hockey Teams

MYAS (Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports) announced a tentative schedule for training cum foreign/ international exposure competitions of Indian Hockey Team prior to London Olympics 2012. Which are as given below:

Hockey Men

Azlan Shah Cup Malaysia 05th -15th May, 2011
First Asian Champion Trophy Ordos , China 03rd -11th September, 2011
Tri Series at Australia Perth, Australia 12th -19th October, 2011
4 Nation Tournament Perth, Australia 20th -23rd October, 2011
Champions Trophy in India India 26th November to 04th December, 2011
Olympic Qualifying Tournament New Delhi, India February, 2012

Hockey Women

7th FIH Women’s Champion’s Challenge -1 Dublin, Ireland 18th -26th June, 2011
2nd Asian Champion’s Trophy Ordos, China 03rd -11th September, 2011
Test Series at Australia Perth, Australia 12th -19th October, 2011
4 Nation Tournament Perth, Australia 20th -23rd October, 2011
5 Test Series at Argentina Argentina Date to be finalize (Tentatively December, 2011)
January, 2012 Invitation Tournament (1 / 2 Foreign Teams) Delhi Date and Countries will be finalized later.

National Games 2011: Women’s Hockey Schedule and Results

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34th National Games 2011

Following are the detailed results and schedule for Women’s Hockey competition at 2011 National Games, which telecasted live on DD Sports:

Group A ASSAM ,HARYANA ,JHARKHAND ,UTTAR PRADESH
Group B DELHI ,MADHYA PRADESH ,MAHARASHTRA ,ORISSA

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National Games 2011: Men’s Hockey Schedule and Results

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34th National Games 2011

Following are the detailed results and schedule for Men’s Hockey competition at 2011 National Games, which telecasted live on DD Sports:

Group A CHANDIGARH, JHARKHAND, SERVICES, TAMILNADU
Group B DELHI, MAHARASHTRA, ORISSA, PUNJAB

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India’s chances in Asian Games Hockey: Points table till now

Indian men’s team has won their both the matches against lowly Hong Kong China (7-0) and Bangladesh (9-0) while their female counter parts won their first game against Malaysia (4-0) and lost next two against Japan (0-3) and Korea (0-1). Indian women’s team is virtually out of the contest of Gold medal, but still are in race for Bronze. India need to win two games to be in top four in the league round and they can easily come over Thailand (19th Nov) and Kazakhstan (20th Nov), before facing to hosts and favorites China on 22nd Nov. While men’s team need to win their two matches against Pakistan (20th Nov) and Japan (21st Nov) to top the pool and have easy semi finals, as Korea (defending champions) are expected to top other pool which only strong team in Pool A.

Men’s Group B Points Table
# Team Pts MP W D L GD
1 IND 6 2 2 0 0 16
2 PAK 3 1 1 0 0 12
3 JPN 3 1 1 0 0 2
4 BAN 0 2 0 0 2 -11
5 HKG 0 2 0 0 2 -19
Women’s Standings
# Team Pts MP W D L GD
1 KOR 12 4 4 0 0 17
2 JAP 9 3 3 0 0 8
3 CHN 6 2 2 0 0 16
4 IND 3 3 1 0 2 0
5 MAS 0 3 0 0 3 -10
6 KAZ 0 3 0 0 3 -13
7 THA 0 2 0 0 2 -18

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