India Beat Japan 5-1 At Sultan Of Johor Cup

The Indian junior men’s hockey team returned to winning ways, beating Japan 5-1 at the Sultan of Johor Cup here on Tuesday. Captain Uttam Singh (3′), Rohit (12′), Johnson Purty (21′), Boby Singh Dhami (31′) and Amandeep Lakra (51′) found the back of the net for India, while Ikumi Saeki (15′) scored the only goal […]

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India beat Japan 5-1 at Sultan of Johor Cup hockey tournament | Hockey News

JOHOR (Malaysia): The Indian junior men’s hockey team returned to winning ways, beating Japan 5-1 at the Sultan of Johor Cup on Tuesday. Captain Uttam Singh (3′), Rohit (12′), Johnson Purty (21′), Bobby Singh Dhami (31′) and Amandeep Lakra (51′) found the back of the net for India, while Ikumi Saeki (15′) scored the only […]

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FIH Pro League tie will give us better understanding of Spain ahead of World Cup: Manpreet Singh | Hockey News

NEW DELHI: India will be hosting Spain in the new season of FIH Pro League next month and captain Manpreet Singh wants to use the opportunity to get a better understanding of their rivals ahead of the 2023 men’s hockey World Cup to be held in Bhubaneswar and Rourkela. India will play New Zealand in […]

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India to endure Spanish challenge in Hockey World Cup opener | Hockey News

India are all set to open their Hockey World Cup campaign against Spain at the newly-constructed Birsa Munda Hockey Stadium in Rourkela on January 13 next year. The hosts will play their remaining two group games against England at the same venue two days later on January 15 and will then travel to Bhubaneswar where […]

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Hockey India President Dilip Tirkey Wants To Promote Hockey In States Like Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu

File photo of Dilip Tirkey.© AFP Newly-elected Hockey India president Dilip Tirkey on Sunday said one of his priorities will be to promote hockey at the grassroots level by setting up more artificial turfs in states like Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. His immediate priority though is the men’s World Cup to be held […]

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IndiGo airlines charges star goalie and Olympian PR Sreejesh for 41-inch hockey stick, says only 38-inch allowed for free | Off the field News

BENGALURU: A 41-inch hockey stick resulted in Indian hockey goalkeeping ace and Olympic bronze medalist PR Sreejesh being charged extra by IndiGo airlines at Bengaluru’s Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) on Friday evening. The airline ground staff claimed his stick exceeded the permissible limit by three inches and collected Rs 1,500 from the Olympian. Sources with […]

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Dilip Tirkey: Odisha’s efforts for hockey have reflected in people supporting me, says new Hockey India president Dilip Tirkey | Hockey News

NEW DELHI: Following the change of trend in the country’s football administration, Indian hockey too has got its first player-president, with former national captain Dilip Tirkey being elected unopposed to the post of Hockey India (HI) president. Tirkey spoke to TimesofIndia.com about his new post that comes with new challenges. The HI elections were due […]

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Former India captain Dilip Tirkey elected Hockey India president | Hockey News

NEW DELHI: Former India hockey captain and a member of the 1998 Asian Games gold medal-winning side, Dilip Tirkeywas on Friday elected as the Hockey India (HI) president, after two others, who had filed nominations for the post, withdrew before the elections. One of the most capped former players — Tikey played a record 412 […]

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Dilip Tirkey files nomination for Hockey India president’s post | Hockey News

NEW DELHI: Former India captain and Olympian Dilip Turkey on Sunday filed his nomination for the post of Hockey India (HI) president. After submitting his nomination papers, Tirkey said that his intention is to take the sport to greater heights. “Submitted my nomination for the post of President, Hockey India with the blessings of all. […]

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Indian hockey teams to take Sjoerd Marijne to court for allegations against Manpreet Singh | Hockey News

BENGALURU: The Indian men’s and women’s hockey teams are set to take former coach Sjoerd Marijne and publishing house HarperCollins India to the court following the Dutchman’s accusation that Manpreet Singh asked a young player to underperform during the 2018 Commonwealth Games. In his upcoming book ‘Will Power – The Inside Story of the Incredible […]

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Indian Hockey Teams Refute Ex-Coach’s Allegations Against Manpreet Singh

The Indian men’s and women’s hockey teams, in a joint statement, have strongly refuted allegations made by former men’s team coach Sjoerd Marijne against captain Manpreet Singh. The 48-year-old former Dutch player, according to a report in The Indian Expresshas written in his soon-to-be-released book titled “Will Power” that skipper Manpreet had allegedly told a […]

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