Monday, June 24, 2024

Scotland to continue bold, attacking hockey at World Cup qualifiers

Scotland will aim to continue “punching above our weight” in Pisa this week as they bid to reach the women’s World Cup for the first time in 20 years.

The hockey mantra left by former coach Jen Wilson still resonates strongly across the Scottish squad as the third seeds set about overcoming Poland and then Italy or Wales to leave them one match from glory. Unlike the men’s tournament, the women have only one World Cup ticket left and winning the qualifier outright is the task ahead. 

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