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Indian eves beat China 4-1 in Asia Cup hockey

Indian eves beat China 4-1 in Asia Cup hockey

Indian eves beat China 4-1 in Asia Cup hockey: Kakamigahara, Indian eves dished out an all-round performance to stun China 4-1 and register their second consecutive victory at the women’s Asia Cup hockey tournament, here today.Goals from Gurjit Kaur (19th minute), Navjot Kaur (32nd), Neha Goyal (49th) and skipper Rani Rampal (58th) enabled the Indians to

Hockey India sacks chief coach Oltmans

New Delhi, Sep 2 Hockey India today sacked national coach Roelant Oltmans after a string of unimpressive outings at the international level. High Performance Director David John will be in charge till a suitable replacement is found for a smooth transition of the the men’s team. The decision was taken during the three-day meeting of the

India go down 2-3 against Canada, finish lowly 6th in HWL semis

India go down 2-3 Canada finish lowly 6th HWL semis. India went down 2-3 to a resilient Canada in the fifth-sixth place playoff of the Hockey World League (HWL) Semi-Final here on Sunday. By making a fifth finish, Canada have booked their berth for the 2018 Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup in Bhubaneswar. It was goals by Gordon Johnston (3′, 44′), Keegan

Hockey World League Semi-final India thrash Pakistan 7-1

Hockey World League Semi-final India thrash Pakistan 7-1. India get a all-win record as they registered a comfortable 7-1 win over arch-rivals Pakistan in their group game of the Hockey World League semi-final being played in London. India has secured their place at the top of their group with this win.By half-time India were leading

Breaking- Indian Men’s Hockey Team beats Argentina by 2-1in Rio

Rio de Janeiro: India beat Argentina 2-1 in a men’s hockey pool match at Rio Olympics here on Tuesday. Chinglensana (8th minute) and Kothajit Khadangbam (35th) were the scorers for India. Gonzalo Peillat (49th) reduced the margin for Argentina at Olympic Hockey Stadium. It is India’s second win in three Pool B matches, after beating


Indian hockey eves to embark on US tour

New Delhi: The Indian women’s hockey team led by newly-appointed captain Sushila Chanu will play a total of five practice games against Canada and US as part of the last leg of their preparations for next month’s Rio Olympics. The squad will leave for the US on Friday, and play three practice games against Canada