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Hockeyroos Hold Nerve In Shootout To Reach Grand Final

Friday, 28 June 2019 2:50:57 PM Australia/Sydney

Hockeyroos Hold Nerve In Shootout To Reach Grand Final

Author: Mitch Wynd

The Hockeyroos have reached the inaugural FIH Pro League final after a nail biting shootout against Argentina following a 1-1 draw in Amstelveen.

Argentina were on the front foot for much of the game and hadn’t lost a shootout in four attempts throughout the competition - but the pressure of a semi-final is different to a home & away match and the Hockeyroos stepped up to the plate.

The final will be played against the winner of the second semi-final between Germany and the Netherlands.
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Trans-Tasman rivals set for battle on Anzac Day

Tuesday, 23 April 2019 10:30:37 AM Australia/Sydney

Trans-Tasman rivals set for battle on Anzac Day

The Black Sticks final home match in the FIH Pro League for 2019 is on Thursday April 25th (Anzac Day). The men and women will take on their Australian counterparts at North Harbour Hockey Stadium in what promises to be two entertaining matches. 

 The Vantage Black Sticks Men and Women will have the traditional poppy design heat pressed onto their uniforms in a special tribute to our servicemen and women on Anzac Day. 

The New Zealand Defence Force Men and Women will be playing the Australian Defence force in two curtain raisers which will begin with the women at 10:30am, followed by the men at midday on the 25th.

Vantage Black Sticks Women vs Australia at North Harbour Hockey Stadium. Thursday 25thApril 2:30pm NZT. Coverage is on Spark Sport

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The Netherlands men and Argentina’s women and men all recorded home wins on Match Day 33 of the FIH Pro League, with Spain and the national teams of New Zealand suffering defeats on their travels.

In the men’s competition, the Netherlands thrilled the home fans with a 4-0 victory over Spain in Rotterdam, avenging the shoot-out defeat they suffered in the reverse fixture earlier this year in Valencia. Spain were outstanding in the first half, but goals from Roel Bovendeert, Mirco Pruijser, Lars Balk and Arjen Lodewijks ensured a Dutch win. The Netherlands ended the day sitting sixth in the standings having claimed 50 percent of the available points, with Argentina’s men climbing to fourth place thanks to a narrow 4-3 success over New Zealand in Rosario. To see the current men’s FIH Pro League standings, click here.

 

 

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Double home success for Argentina while Great Britain women win on the road

Monday, 1 April 2019 11:52:30 AM Australia/Sydney

Argentina’s national teams claimed home wins against China women and Spain men respectively while Great Britain’s women recorded an impressive away victory over USA on Sunday (31 March).

A brilliantly improvised penalty corner strike from Silvina d’Elia gave Argentina’s women a second successive 1-0 win over China, with their result at the Estadio Mundialista in Rosario complementing the same score-line achieved in Changzhou ten days ago to help the Pan American giants narrow the gap on the Netherlands at the top of the FIH Pro League standings. Great Britain’s women were also triumphant on Sunday, with Lily Owsley scoring twice as the Olympic champions earned a 3-1 success over hosts USA at the Spooky Nook Sports Complex in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. 

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Lily Owsley scores twice as Great Britain seal win over USA

Monday, 1 April 2019 11:48:29 AM Australia/Sydney

GB celebrate a Lily Owsley goal

Lily Owsley scored twice on her 50th appearance for Great Britain as the Olympic champions beat the United States 3-1 in the FIH Pro League.

Mackenzie Allessie opened the scoring for the hosts in Pennsylvania but Owsley pulled GB level just five minutes later.

Emily Defroand gave Mark Hager's side the lead with her first international goal, with Owsley providing the assist.

Owsley then wrapped up victory with her second goal from a penalty corner.

The victory was GB's first in the competition, following defeats by New Zealand and Australia and a draw with China - though they claimed a bonus point in the latter by winning the shootout.

"To win is unbelievable," said Owsley, who took her tally to 12 goals for GB. "It's been a long time coming and it means the world to us to get three points.

"It's been a tough journey, a tough transition since the World Cup, and I feel exhilarated and relieved."

GB's next FIH Pro League fixture is against Argentina in Rosario on 6 April.

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