World hockey has abandoned trials for its mooted penalty corner rule change just a few short weeks after announcing plans.
FIH chief Tayyab Ikram said that the trial wouldn’t be sidelined completely but had ordered “an evaluation on further options”.
A three-page initiative had initially been sent to national associations across the globe before one page had been published on social media. It had generally been derided by hockey hockey fans and players.
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