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Indian women’s hockey team lost 1-4 to hosts New Zealand to crash out in tyhe quarterfinals of the Hawke’s Bay Cup in Hastings on Thursday.
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Indian women’s hockey team lost 1-4 to hosts New Zealand to crash out in tyhe quarterfinals of the Hawke’s Bay Cup in Hastings on Thursday.

Indian women suffer defeat to Kiwis in Hawke’s Bay Cup

Indian women’s hockey team lost 1-4 to hosts New Zealand to crash out in tyhe quarterfinals of the Hawke’s Bay Cup in Hastings on Thursday.It was India who drew the first blood by successfu... »
Photo shows the Indian Ice Hockey Team practicing at Gurgaon on Monday. Photo: Kamal Narang

Indian ice hockey team all set to compete in Kuwait

The unique crowd-funding effort of the Ice Hockey Association of India got support from over 285 donors from 50 cities. »
India's Sardar Singh in action during the match against Australia at 24th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2015 at Ipoh, Malaysia on Saturday.

India beat S. Korea to clinch bronze in Azlan Shah hockey

Akashdeep Singh, Sardar Singh, Rupinderpal Singh and Birender Lakra scored. Goalkeeper P.R. Sreejesh saved three in the penalty shoot-out. »
Sreejesh.
Ipoh, April 13, 2015

‘Need for experienced back-up goalkeeper’

India’s P.R. Sreejesh is considered one of the best goalkeepers in the world at the moment, but the lanky Kerala lad feels that the absence of an experienced back-up custodian is a major cause of... »
Mysuru, April 12, 2015

Gangpur, Bengal set up title clash

Gangpur-Odisha and Bengal will meet in the Sunday’s final of the fifth Hockey India junior men’s National championship (B Division). In the semifinals here on Saturday, Gangpur registere... »
Ipoh, April 10, 2015

India makes heavy weather of Canada

Already out of the summit clash, a misfiring India had to toil hard to get the better of Canada 5-3 and register its first win in the 24th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament, here on Thursday... »
Ipoh (Malaysia), April 9, 2015

India concedes late winner

India conceded a late goal to lose 3-2 to lower-ranked Malaysia and crashed out of the title race in the 24th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament here on Wednesday. Faizaal Saari (17... »
Ipoh (Malaysia), April 6, 2015

India lose to New Zealand in Azlan Shah Cup

Sloppy defending cost India dearly as they conceded a late goal to go down 1-2 against a higher-ranked New Zealand in their second league match of the 24th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament,... »
Mysuru, April 4, 2015

Manoj stars for Uttarakhand

Five strikes by skipper Manoj Tamta, a hat-trick by forward Siddharth Miyan and a brace by Shurabh Patwal was the highlight of Uttarakhand’s 12-3 win over Goa in a Pool A match on the fourth day o... »
NEW DELHI, April 3, 2015

SAI approves Ahrens as women’s coach

Less than a week after Hockey India submitted a revised proposal for the appointment of the chief women’s coach, the Sports Authority of India has cleared Mathias Ahrens for the job. The Ca... »
Paul van Ass. Photo: S. Subramanium
New Delhi, April 2, 2015

Focus is on improving of technical skills of players: Van Ass

The Indian men’s hockey team coach Paul van Ass says he is focussing on improving the technical skills of the players ahead of the 24th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup to be played at Ipoh, Malaysia from Ap... »
A file photo of India's Gurbaj Singh tries to push the ball away during the 11th-12th position decider hockey match against South Africa at Olympic Games in London. File photo
New Delhi, March 31, 2015

‘Versatile, speedy’ Gurbaj key for India in Azlan Shah: Sreejesh

A “versatile” and “speedy” Gurbaj Singh will be key to Indian hockey team’s success in the upcoming 24th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup to be held in Ipoh, Malaysia, feels the national side’s vice-captain... »
NEW DELHI, March 25, 2015

India drawn with Pakistan in semifinals

India and Pakistan will clash yet again at a major international hockey tournament on June 26, after being drawn in the same pool of the Fintro Hockey World League semifinals (men and women) in An... »

As a foreigner I’ll have to adjust to system: Van Ass

Indian women win World Hockey League Round 2

Hockey World League: India takes on Thailand in women’s Round 2 semi final

A learning curve for the smaller teams

Hockey World League: India struggles past Poland

The challenge now is to get better: Oltmans

The Gangpur-Odisha team which won the junior men's National champpionship. Photo: M.A. Sriram
Mysuru, April 13, 2015

Gangpur-Odisha wins national title

Gangpur-Odisha emerged as the ‘B’ division champions in the 5th Hockey India junior men’s National championship 2015, when it beat Bengal 4-2 in the final played at the Chamundivihar stadium here... »
Ipoh (Malaysia), April 11, 2015

India stuns world champions Australia in Azlan Shah Cup

Nikkin Thimmaiah scored a hat-trick as India produced its best performance of the tournament to stun world champions and title holders Australia 4-2 on Saturday. Already out of title race... »
NEW DELHI, April 9, 2015

‘I envision taking Indian team up in rankings’

The Indian women’s hockey team left for the eight-nation Hawkes Bay Cup tournament in New Zealand on Tuesday without the chief coach. Bereft of one since Neil Hawgood’s contract ended in De... »
Ipoh, April 7, 2015

India succumbs to the Kiwis

Sloppy defending cost India dearly as it conceded a late goal to go down 1-2 against a higher-ranked New Zealand in its second league match of the 24th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament, her... »
Ipoh, April 6, 2015

India holds Korea

India on Sunday drew 2-2 with Korea to make a satisfactory start to its campaign in the 24th Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament here, in what was Dutchman Paul van Ass’s first match as the team’s ch... »
Ipoh, April 4, 2015
Azlan Shah Cup hockey

India takes on Korea

Already assured of a place in the Rio Olympics, Asian Games champion India will start its preparations for the mega event with the 24th Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament where it will face Korea he... »
READY FOR THE CAMPAIGN: The Indian hockey team is all set to leave for the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in New Delhi on Thursday.
NEW DELHI, April 3, 2015

India will look to test young talent at Azlan Shah Cup

With a new coach in charge at the beginning of a new international season, the Indian men’s hockey team leaves for the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup on Friday early morning. And the team is confide... »
Indian men’s hockey team coach Paul van Ass.
New Delhi, April 1, 2015

Focus is on improving of technical skills of players: Van Ass

The Indian men’s hockey team coach Paul van Ass says he is focussing on improving the technical skills of the players ahead of the 24th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup to be played at Ipoh, Malaysia from Ap... »
NEW DELHI, March 28, 2015

New coach unlikely for the women’s team now

The Indian women’s hockey team is unlikely to get a coach in time for its crucial tour of New Zealand next month. Anthony Mark Thornton, who was selected to replace Neil Hawgood last month, is unav... »
Indian captain Sardar Singh with P.R. Sreejesh. File photo
New Delhi, March 25, 2015

India fields full strength team for Azlan Shah cup

Ace midfielder Sardar Singh will lead a full strength Indian men’s hockey team in the 24th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup to be held in Ipoh, Malaysia from April 5 to 12.The Azlan Shah Cup despite b... »

van Ass takes charge as chief coach

India storms into the final, meets Poland

Vandana Katariya puts India in last four

India thrashes Thailand

Indian hockey has benefitted from HIL

India to begin its campaign against Ghana


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