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  • 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

  • Korea defeated France 3-2 to top pool B.
    Korea defeated France 3-2 to top pool B.
    (Photo: FIH)

    Korea top pool B – Malaysia finish last despite win

    New Zealand will now face Malaysia in the quarter final

    Korea remain unbeaten after the pool stage while Canada suffered their first defeat when losing 4-3 to Malaysia 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 their match later tonight. The quarter finals now see New Zealand facing Malaysia, Korea playing Japan, Ireland taking on France with Canada clashing with Poland. More

  • Spain's long-serving captain is is still going strong

    Can Ramon lead Spain to a first World Cup title?

    Ramon Alegre is one of the stalwarts of the Spanish side. He has played for the national team since 2004 and plays his domestic hockey in the Dutch league with SV Kampong. The 33-year-old has a wealth of experience at the highest level – he has played in three Olympic Games, including the 2008 Beijing Olympics, where he was part of the silver-medal winning squad. More

  • Korea v Belgium, pool A, Day 2 Champions Challenge
    Korea v Belgium, pool A, Day 2 Champions Challenge
    (Photo: Rodrigo Jaramillo)

    Pool A produces good result for home team, and Korea continue winning ways

    Four goals floor India, while Belgium can't find way past Korea defence

    Scotland put in a convincing performance to beat India 4-0 in their second pool A match of the Champions Challenge 1 tournament, while Korea wore Belgium down with a composed performance. The result means the tournament favourites have maximum points from two games. More

  • Emily Beatty (IRL) celebrates a goal against Spain
    Emily Beatty (IRL) celebrates a goal against Spain
    (Photo: Rodrigo Jaramillo)

    Pitch side ponderings with Ireland's two-goal hero, Emily Beatty

    Hockey hero on the sport in Ireland, half-time team talks and THAT goal

    Here is our daily 'pitch side ponderings' with Emily Beatty, after the Ireland drew with Spain 2-2 in the second round of pool B matches. More

  • Spain v Ireland in pool B Champions Challenge 1
    Spain v Ireland in pool B Champions Challenge 1
    (Photo: Rodrigo Jaramillo)

    Irish eyes smile, and South Africa overcome USA strength in Day 2, pool B matches

    Both pool B matches were games of two halves as Spain and USA lose points

    Both the USA and Spain found themselves letting a dominant opening first half performance disintegrate, leaving their opponents the opportunity to get back into the game and, in the case of USA, lose all three points. More

  • The students enjoyed their clinic with the Polish team.
    The students enjoyed their clinic with the Polish team.
    (Photo: FIH / Polish Hockey Association)

    Poland use rest day to hold a hockey clinic at a local school

    More than 80 kids enjoy meeting Polish hockey stars

    The Polish team used today’s rest day to conduct a hockey clinic for more than 80 kids from the Pahang region in Malaysia. After finishing their morning training session, the Polish team went to a local school where they spent an hour teaching a group of talented young Malaysian hockey players. More

  • RSA v USA pool B
    RSA v USA pool B
    (Photo: Rodrigo Jaramillo)

    USA slip up against South Africa

    Pool B wide open as South Africa grab three points

    Both the USA and South Africa enjoyed periods of dominance in this pool B match, but it was South Africa's better finishing and an unfortunate slip in front of goal that separated the teams and left South Africa 2-1 winners.  x 4 More

  • RSA v USA pool B
    RSA v USA pool B
    (Photo: Rodrigo Jaramillo)

    USA slip up against South Africa in Champions Challenge 1

    Pool B is wide open as South Africa score twice to take three points

    Both the USA and South Africa enjoyed periods of dominance in this pool B match, but it was South Africa's better finishing and an unfortunate slip in front of goal that separated the teams and left South Africa 2-1 winners. More

  • Belgium and England at the Four Nations
    Belgium and England at the Four Nations
    (Photo: Rodrigo Jaramillo)

    Belgium and Argentina play off for top spot in Four Nations

    Scotland's home support to act as 12th man in encounter with England

    Belgium and Argentina will play off for first and second place in the Glasgow Four Nations, while England will face the home nation Scotland, as well as a large and passionate crowd, in the third/fourth play-off. More

  • Malaysia want to win tomorrow's match against Canada.
    Malaysia want to win tomorrow's match against Canada.
    (Photo: FIH)

    Malaysia plan "a giant step forward" at CC1 in Kuantan

    Preliminary round finishes on Tuesday at the Pahang Hockey Champions Challenge 1

    National head coach Muhammad Dhaarma Raj said Malaysia will take a "giant step forward" to ensure the host nation pulls off a majestic win over Canada in the last pool B match of the Pahang Hockey Champions Challenge 1 at Kuantan's Wisma Belia Hockey Stadium on Tuesday. More

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