Edition seven of the Asia Cup women’s championship enters the homestretch in
All the four teams—the champion, Japan, and former title holders, Korea, China and India—are a step away from clinching the two automatic qualifier slots for the next BDO
Which two among the four will accomplish this? It is a fascinating poser that invests the semi-finals with extraordinary significance.
If statistics is the yardstick,
Kang Keon Wook, the stalwart of men’s hockey at the turn of the century—he was the captain of the team at the Sydney Olympics, where the team picked up a silver—has worked hard with the players.
Everyone looks to the gangling penalty corner flicker, Seul Ke Cheon, who leads the table with 12 goals thus far. More than that,
“We were lucky not to lose,” admitted chief coach, M.K.Kaushik.
For the enthusiasts, the semi-finals should offer an exciting fare.
Friday’s schedule: 5-8:
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