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FIH REVEALS LINE-UP FOR WOMEN’S HOCKEY CHAMPIONS TROPHY CHANGZHOU 2018

Monday, 10 September 2018 1:54:26 PM Australia/Sydney

FIH REVEALS LINE-UP FOR WOMEN’S HOCKEY CHAMPIONS TROPHY CHANGZHOU 2018

  • Six nations will battle for historic title in November
  • Event to be held at the Wujin Hockey Stadium in Changzhou, China
  • Reigning World Cup & World League, Olympic, Champions Trophy, Asian and Oceania champions amongst participants  

Changzhou, China: The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has revealed that Argentina, Australia, China, Great Britain, Japan and Netherlands will participate in the Women’s Hockey Champions Trophy Changzhou 2018 between 17-25 November.

In line with the event qualification criteria, the hosts China, reigning World Cup and World League Champions Netherlands, 2016 Olympic champions Great Britain and the previous Hockey Champions Trophy winners Argentina, all qualified automatically. Tokyo 2020 hosts and recently crowned Asian champions Japan and reigning Oceania champions Australia, were invited by the FIH Executive Board.

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FIH Pro League Proposed Venues Announced

Monday, 3 September 2018 1:20:08 PM Australia/Sydney

FIH Pro League Proposed Venues Announced

FIH Pro League Proposed Venues Announced

Author: Ben Somerford/Friday, 31 August 2018 

The proposed overseas venues for the Hockeyroos and the Kookaburras’ FIH Pro League fixtures in the inaugural season of the competition have been announced.

Hockey Australia, in conjunction with the International Hockey Federation (FIH), had previously announced Melbourne, Hobart, Perth and Sydney would host matches in Australia.

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Japan stun Malaysia to take Asian Games hockey men’s gold

Monday, 3 September 2018 1:16:25 PM Australia/Sydney


Japan taste historic gold in Jakarta PIC: Asian Hockey Federation

In a stunning comeback, Japan men won their first Asian Games hockey gold to match the achievements of the women’s side, as both nations scored significant title wins on the path to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics

Japan, who were 5-2 down, overhauled the deficit to beat Malaysia 3-1 on a shoot out after equalising in the final seconds to draw 6-6 in normal time in Jakarta.

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Kookaburras Team Named For Darwin International Hockey Open

Monday, 3 September 2018 1:10:22 PM Australia/Sydney

Kookaburras Team Named For Darwin International Hockey Open

Kookaburras Team Named For Darwin International Hockey Open

Author: Ben Somerford/Monday, 3 September 2018/Categories:

Hockey Australia today announces the 20-member Kookaburras team for the upcoming Darwin International Hockey Open (DIHO) and two Tests against Argentina.

The world number one Kookaburras will compete against Argentina (ranked second), Malaysia (12th) and Japan (16th) in the DIHO from Tuesday-Saturday 18-22 September at Marrara Hockey Centre.

 
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Rocky to Host 2019 Oceania Cup

Friday, 17 August 2018 9:58:52 AM Australia/Sydney

HA Congratulates Rockhampton On 2019 Oceania Cup Hosting Rights

HA Congratulates Rockhampton On 2019 Oceania Cup Hosting Rights

Author: Ben Somerford

Hockey Australia (HA) today congratulates the Rockhampton Hockey Association (RHA) on being awarded official hosting rights for the 2019 Oceania Cup.

The Oceania Hockey Federation have confirmed Rockhampton as the host for next year’s event, which was last year won by both the Hockeyroos and the Kookaburras in Sydney.

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