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  • (Photo: Rodrigo Jaramillo todos los derechos reservados)

    Korea and USA take top spots, while Scotland delights the crowds and Belgium hit high five

    The stage is set for an exciting round of quarter-finals in Champions Challenge 1

    Korea maintained top spot in pool A, despite a spirited Scotland performance, while Belgium found their firing range against India. South Africa and Spain played out a tense draw, while the USA stormed into their match against Ireland to top pool B. More

  • Korea top pool A, Champions Challenge 1
    Korea top pool A, Champions Challenge 1
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    Korea top pool A, India remain without a win

    The home nation delighted the fans, while Belgium hit a fantastic five

    Korea maintained their unbeaten record to finish top of pool A, but Scotland delighted their fans by forcing a draw with the tournament favourites. India remain the only team without a point after Belgium hit five goals past them to take second place in the pool. More

  • Sulette Damons
    Sulette Damons
    (Photo: Rodrigo Jaramillo)

    Pitch side ponderings with Sulette Damons

    The South Africa striker shares her thoughts on today's performance and the beauty of Glasgow

    Here is our daily 'pitch side ponderings' with South Africa's Sulette Damons following her team's 1-1 draw with Spain in pool B of the Champions Challenge 1.  x 4 More

  • USA beat Ireland to top pool B
    USA beat Ireland to top pool B
    (Photo: Rodrigo Jaramillo)

    Glory Days for USA as they top the table, but no smiling Irish eyes

    Spain and South Africa battle for a point in final pool B matches

    South Africa and Spain played out a tense draw, while the USA stormed into their match against Ireland to top pool B. More

  • GreenFields Stadium officially opened in The Hague

    Internationals Jeroen Hertzberger and Seve van Ass scored the first symbolic goals to open GreenFields Stadium

    The GreenFields Stadium in The Hague was officially opened this morning. It is the second stadium for the Rabobank Hockey World Cup 2014 (31 May - 15 June) and is situated next to the main Kyocera Stadium. Dutch internationals Jeroen Hertzberger and Seve van Ass scored the first symbolic goals. To add to the fun, keeper Jaap Stockman was joined in goal by World Cup mascot Stockey.  x 3 More

  • Spain v South Africa in pool B at Champions Challenge 1
    Spain v South Africa in pool B at Champions Challenge 1
    (Photo: Rodrigo Jaramillo)

    Honours even as Spain rise to the occasion

    South Africa captain denied chance to win all three points

    A saved penalty stroke by the Spanish goalkeeper in the dying minutes of the game meant honours were even in the opening match of Day 3 in the Champions Challenge 1. This game was a tense affair, with both sides chasing three points.  x 3 More

  • Poland want to finish in the top four in Kuantan.
    Poland want to finish in the top four in Kuantan.
    (Photo: FIH)

    All set for the quarter finals in Kuantan

    Let’s take a closer look at the upcoming matches

    The quarter finals of the Pahang Hockey Champions Challenge 1 in Kuantan see New Zealand facing Malaysia, Korea clashing with Japan, Ireland taking on France and Canada facing Poland. More

  • Helen Richardson-Walsh faces a race against time

    The England midfielder is on the road to recovery, but will she be in time for the Rabobank Hockey World Cup

    "Whenever I go on Twitter I will often see one of the FIH’s (International Hockey Federation) tweets counting down the days to the World Cup. The excitement for the tournament is building, but in all honesty whenever I catch a glimpse of it I get a sickening tug in the pit of my stomach." So says England star midfielder Helen Richardson-Walsh.  x 3 More

  • David Harte was named Man of the Match after Ireland defeated Japan.
    David Harte was named Man of the Match after Ireland defeated Japan.
    (Photo: FIH)

    Pitch side ponderings with Ireland goalkeeper David Harte

    A few words on how a 26-year old can feel like he is old

    Here is our daily 'pitch side ponderings' with the Irish goalkkeper David Harte speaking about Ireland’s 1-0 win over Japan at the Pahang Hockey Champions Challenge 1 in Kuantan. More

  • Malaysia defeated Canada 4-3 in Kuantan's Stadium Wisma Belia.
    Malaysia defeated Canada 4-3 in Kuantan's Stadium Wisma Belia.
    (Photo: FIH )

    Quarter finals are confirmed at the Pahang Hockey Champions Challenge 1

    Host nation Malaysia will face tournament favourites New Zealand in Kuantan

    New Zealand finished first of pool A after grabbing their third successive win at the Pahang Hockey Champions Challenge 1 in Kuantan. A 3-2 win over France was enough for Korea to win pool B as Canada lost 4-3 to Malaysia. The quarter finals now see New Zealand facing Malaysia, Korea clashing with Japan, Ireland taking on France with Canada facing Poland.  x 2 More

  • The winning Belgium team at the Four Nations tournament in Glasgow
    The winning Belgium team at the Four Nations tournament in Glasgow
    (Photo: Rodrigo Jaramillo)

    Belgium win shoot-out, despite Argentine recovery

    The Four Nations Hockey tournament in Glasgow comes to an exciting conclusion as Red Lions win shoot-out

    Belgium beat Argentina in a shoot-out after the 1st/2nd place match in the Four Nations finished 2-2. The encounter was very much a game of two halves, with the Red Lions of Belgium winning the first half 2-0 with goals from Loick Luypaert (6') and Tom Boon (22'). Argentina rallied in the second half and goals from Gonzalo Peillat (35') and Agustin Mazzilli (44') meant the game went to shoot-out.   More

  • New Zealand finished on top of pool A.
    New Zealand finished on top of pool A.
    (Photo: FIH)

    Black Sticks win pool A - Green Machine gets the better end of Samurais

    Ireland finish second, Poland are third, Japan became fourth

    New Zealand finished first of pool A after grabbing their third successive win at the Pahang Hockey Champions Challenge 1 in Kuantan. The Black Sticks were too strong for Poland defeating them 8-3. Earlier, Ireland’s Green Machine had taken their first victory in this tournament after winning 1-0 against Japan’s Samurais. Ireland, Poland and Japan finished on three points each. Because of goal difference Ireland become second, Poland third and Japan fourth. More

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