Tuesday, September 28, 2021

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Hockeyroos end the great US Hockey dream

Australia defeated USA on a shootout to progress to Saturday's women's hockey World Cup final in the Hague. Goalkeeper Rachael Lynch saved three of USA's shootout attempts leaving Jody Kenny to apply the coup de grace and finish the decider...

Maddie Hinch inspires England – but they finish 2014 Hockey World Cup with little to cheer about

England finished in the Hague with the least-celebrated victory in the history of hockey World Cups having pipped Belgium for the 11th place with a shoot-out win. With the team at a low-ebb anyway, Stephaine de Groof's slapped corner goal for...

Semi-final line-ups confirmed

Day ten at a glance Sister act helps USA through to the semis Playing the Dutch will be 'incredible' Men's results and schedule Women's results and schedule Men's tables Women's tables Relive the day on our liveblog including social media action and video highlights See more great pictures at...

2014 hockey World Cup: England seal a semi-final place while Australia top the pool

Day nine at a glance Cool hand Lewers saves the day We need our captain back 'It's crazy in here' Men's results and schedule Women's results and schedule Men's tables Women's tables Relive the day on our liveblog including...

Ellen Hoog: ‘It is crazy in here’

Ellen Hoog has donned the 'Oranje' of the Netherlands all over the world but, she says, the Kyocera Stadium in Den Haag, home of the 2014 World Cup is the best place she has played hockey. The 28-year-old already has one...

‘Remember the good times’ says Lee on England women’s day of 2014 World Cup misery

England's hockey World Cup campaign has turned into a salvage mission after their third straight loss in a row in the Hague. Their semi-final hopes were already shaky after losing to the USA and China in their opening two matches,...

Eddie Ockenden: Hockey World Cup is incredibly tough competition

The two unbeaten teams in pool A meet in a marquee Ashes clash at the 2014 hockey World Cup in the Hague on Saturday. World champions Australia go into the clash with a 100 per cent record after despatching in-form...

George Pinner: ‘Every Hockey World Cup game is like a cup final’

A cool first-half finish from Mark Gleghorne and a late Ashley Jackson PC saw England home against Malaysia in the Hague, setting up an Ashes battle with Australia on Saturday. The England defence held firm as the lead stood at 1-0...

Hockey World Cup 2014: England women left stunned in the Hague

England are unlikely to reach the semi-final stage of the women's hockey World Cup after suffering their second straight defeat in the Hague today. The 3-0 loss to China leaves England with only slim hopes of finishing in the top...

Rabobank Hockey World Cup – day two

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British hockey needs innovation to tackle 3G pitch issue, says MP

The chair of the parliamentary group for hockey in the UK says that there are signs the sport could...
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