Netherlands men’s coach Roelant Oltmans has named his provisional squad to prepare for the 11th European Nations Cup in Leipzig, Germany, in late-August early September.
Changes to the sqaud made me made prior to the tournament, with members of the Dutch Under 21 men’s team competing at the Rabo Hockey Junior World Cup in Rotterdam in contention to join the senior team.
The Nertherlands will play New Zealand and Poland in three matches later this month and in early August as their preparations for the tournamert begin.
Before the European championship, Netherlands will also host an eight-team tournament featuring eight of the world’s top 10 teams in Amstelveen.
Netherlands Men’s Squad
Ronald Brouwer (HGC)
Matthijs Brouwer (Oranje Zwart)
Jeroen Delmee (Den Bosch)
Geert-Jan Derikx (SCHC)
Rob Derikx (SCHC)
Paul Frederik van Esseveldt (Amsterdam)
Floris Evers (SCHC)
Timme Hoyng (Amsterdam)
Karel Klaver (Bloemendaal)
Jesse Mahieu (Amsterdam)
Teun de Nooijer (Bloemendaal)
Rob Reckers (Oranje Zwart)
Klaas Veering (Amsterdam)
Guus Vogels (HGC)
Sander van der Weide (Real Club de Polo)
Roderick Weusthof (SCHC)
Thomas Boerma (Bloemendaal)
Balder Bomans (Amsterdam)
Taeke Taekema (Amsterdam)
Thijs de Greeff (Klein Zwitzerland)
30 July: Netherlands v New Zealand, Amstelveen, 12:00
6 August: Netherlands v Poland, Amstelveen, 16:00
7 August: Netherlands v Poland, Den Haag
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