featurehockeya month ago

FIH Olympic Qualifiers | Deep Grace Ekka targets Olympic qualification in home conditions

Senior defender of the Indian women’s hockey team Deep Grace Ekka has a target of taking her team in the Tokyo Olympics via the FIH Olympic Qualifiers in Bhubaneswar. Ekka has expressed her excitement of playing in front of an energetic and passionate hockey crowd at her home venue.
Chiranjibi Pati
newshockey7 months ago

Rani Rampal to lead 18-member Indian women’s hockey team for Korea tour

Rani Rampal will lead the 18-member Indian women’s hockey team which will tour Republic of Korea for a bilateral Test series. The Indian team will play three test matches in the tour to Korea under the guidance of Sjoerd Marijne with goalkeeper Savita being Rani’s deputy in the side.
Press Release
newshockey7 months ago

60 players to join Hockey India’s senior women's national coaching camp

Hockey India has called 60 women hockey players for the senior national coaching camp to be held at the Sports Authority of India (SAI) Centre in Bengaluru. The camp for the female players will be held under the supervision of chief coach Sjoerd Marijne from 26 April 2019 in Bengaluru.
Press Release
newshockey8 months ago

Savita to lead 18-member Indian women’s hockey team for Malaysia Tour

Goalkeeper Savita will lead the Indian women’s hockey team in the upcoming Malaysia tour in the absence of injured Rani Rampal while defender Deep Grace Ekka has been named the vice-captain. The five-match series in the eight-day tour of Malaysia will be played from April 4 in Kuala Lumpur. 
Press Release
newshockey2 years ago

Hockey World League Semi-finals | Indian women go down to USA

The Indian women's team were hammered 1-4 by their counterparts from the United States of America on day three of the competition in Johannesburg. With the win, the Americans virtually guaranteed themselves a place in the quarter-finals of this World Cup and World League Final qualification event.
Press Release
reporthockey3 years ago

Indian eves come back strongly to beat USA in second game of Tour

India beat the hosts USA 2-1 in their second game of the USA tour in Pennsylvania today. After conceding an early lead, India fought back to equalize through Preetu Dubay, before Lilima Minz scored off a penalty corner to win it for his side in the final quarter.
Press Release