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Indian men`s hockey team chief coach Terry Walsh says their first target is to make the semifinals at the Commonwealth Games while Neil Hawgood, the person entrusted with the task of getting the best out of the women`s outfit, also expresses
Influential midfielder eager for squad to go one better than silver in Delhi four years ago. Anita Punt's speed on the turf and expertise with penalty corners make her a valuable player. Photo / Getty Images When Mark Hager writes down his team list
They had finished 8th in the previous edition of the world cup which was held at home...This will, indubitably, give rise to a lot of negative sentiment at home...Another new beginning will be made to prepare our team for the 2016 Olympics or the
Australia clinched their third hockey World Cup by successfully defending the title they had won four years ago in New Delhi when they thrashed hosts Netherlands 6-1 in the final at the Kyocera Stadium here Sunday.
The result of the 5th/6th classification playoff sees New Zealand finish with three wins, two losses and a draw at the tournament, according to Hockey New Zealand. China won both games against the Black Sticks at the Hawke's Bay Festival of Hockey
The Netherlands were simply superb throughout the contest, with Paumen netting a 12th minute penalty stroke before ace striker Lammers netted a second in her 200th and final international match. The result, which was watched by 15,000 screaming fans
Akashdeep Singh scored two goals as India posted a comfortable 3-0 win over Asian champions South Korea to finish a lowly ninth in the men`s hockey World Cup at the Kyocera Stadium here on Saturday. With this win in the ninth-10th place play-off
It sets up a dream showdown with hosts the Netherlands, who booked their place in Sunday's final with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over England...Not even a green card, and two-minute sin bin, for Australia's five-time player-of-the-year Jamie Dwyer
England's captain Barry Middleton shows his dejection after the World Cup semi-final defeat to Holland. Photograph: Ady Kerry/PA England's hopes of a first World Cup final appearance for 28 years were dashed after losing 1-0 to the hosts Holland.
Indian hockey seems a work in progress, feels Dutch legend Floris Jan Bovelander who wants the erstwhile champions of the game to re-assert their right among the new elite nations. "There is change evident in the Indian team, they were unlucky to