newshockeya day ago

FIH Women’s Series Finals | India’s only mission this year is to qualify for Tokyo Olympics, says Sjoerd Marijne

Ahead of Indian women’s team’s opening encounter against Uruguay in the FIH Women’s Series Finals in Hiroshima, coach Sjoerd Marijne has mentioned that the team’s only mission is to qualify for 2020 Olympics. Marijne also said that India is a better experienced team now in women’s hockey.
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newshockey8 days ago

FIH Women’s Series Finals | We must play consistent to be successful, says Sjoerd Marijne

India women’s team coach Sjoerd Marijne has stated that the side is well aware of their highest rank in the tournament but has stressed the girls to be consistent to be successful. The Indian eves are clubbed alongside Poland, Uruguay and Fiji in Pool A of the FIH Women’s Hockey Series Finals.
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newshockey21 days ago

Korea series win good preparation ahead of FIH Women’s Series Finals, says Sjoerd Marijne

Indian women's hockey team coach Sjoerd Marijne has stated that the Indian eves had a good experience ahead of the FIH Women’s Series Finals in Korea, where they won the series 2-1. India are grouped alongside the likes of Uruguay, Poland, and Fiji in Pool A in the series finals, from June.
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reporthockey23 days ago

Indian women’s hockey team ends Korea tour with a 0-4 loss

The Indian women’s hockey team lost the third and final game of the bilateral series against Korea in Jincheon by a margin of 0-4 goals on Friday. India had earlier won the first two games of the series but failed to register a whitewash as the hosts managed to register an easy win in the last one.
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newshockey2 months ago

India women beat Malaysia 5-0 in second game

After winning the first game in the ongoing series against Malaysia, the Indian women thrashed the hosts by 5-0 goals in the second one as well in Kuala Lumpur. Navjot Kaur, Vandana Katariya, Navneet Kaur, Lalremsiami and Nikki Pradhan were the goal scorers for the Indian side today.
Press Release
newshockey2 months ago

Reports | Graham Reid’s appointment delayed as sports ministry objects to high salary

According to The Amar Ujala, the sports ministry has objected the salary to be paid to the new hockey coach Graham Reid which has resulted in his appointment being delayed. Reid was almost certain to be appointed this week as Hockey India was only awaiting a final nod from the ministry.
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newshockey4 months ago

33 core players named for Hockey India senior women camp

Hockey India has named 33 women players for its senior camp to be held in Bengaluru from 25 February under the guidance of chief national women’s coach Sjoerd Marijne. The five-week long camp will be held in at the Sports Authority of India, Bengaluru campus till 31 March this year.
Press Release
featurehockey4 months ago

Rani Rampal targets Olympic qualification for Indian women’s hockey team

After a successful tour to Spain, the captain of the Indian women’s hockey team Rani Rampal has stated that the team is focussed on qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics to be held in 2020. The Indian team will start its Olympic qualification matches in Japan’s Hiroshima from June 23 this year.
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newshockey5 months ago

Hockey | Next goal is to qualify for Olympics, says Sjoerd Marijne

Women’s Hockey coach Sjoerd Marijne has stated that after good performances at the World Cup and Asian Games last year, the next goal for the team is to qualify for the Olympics 2020. Last year, the women’s team reached the quarterfinals of the World Cup and won the silver medal at the Asian Games.
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newshockey7 months ago

Sardar Singh opens up about differences with Sjoerd Marijne & David John

Sardar Singh lashed out at Indian coach, Sjoerd Marijne, as he broke his silence over the decision to quit and blamed Hockey India's High Performance Director (HPD), David John, for ending his career. The Indian midfielder had announced his retirement after the Asian Games earlier this year.
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