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newshockeya year ago

Six hockey players struck with Covid-19 discharged from hospital on Monday

Six hockey players, who were struck with the Covid-19 and admitted to a multi-specialty hospital in Bengaluru, have been discharged on Monday after recovering from the virus. The players would be kept in quarantine at the SAI centre in the city over the course of the next ten days.
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newshockeya year ago

Hockey camps to start on August 19 despite six players struck by Covid-19

The Sports Authority of India (SAI) has given clearance for the national hockey camps to start as per schedule on August 19, even though six of the players from the men’s squad are affected by Covid-19. The players hit by the virus are currently admitted to a multispecialty hospital in Bengaluru.
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reporthockey2 years ago

India Men's tour of Australia | Sumit Kumar’s brace helps India beat Australia A 3-0

Sumit Kumar junior scored two back-to-back goals after Rupinder Pal Singh had opened the scoring for the visiting Indian side to help them register a 3-0 win against Australia A in Perth. The Indian men’s hockey team is on an Australia tour and will play the senior Aussie team next week.
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newshockey2 years ago

18-member Indian hockey squad named for Australia Tour

Young midfielder Jaskaran Singh from Jalandhar would get to make his international debut while veteran defender Rupinder Pal Singh would make a comeback as Hockey India announced India’s 18-man squad for Australian Tour. This will be the first series under Chief Coach Graham Reid.
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newshockey2 years ago

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup | India thrash Poland by 10 goals in their last league encounter

The Indian men’s hockey team has defeated Poland by 10-0 goals to end their league stage at the ongoing Sultan Azlan Shah Cup. Varun Kumar and Mandeep Singh scored a brace while Vivek Prasad, Sumit Kumar, Surender Kumar, Simranjeet Singh, Nilakanta Sharma and Amit Rohidas scored one each today.
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newshockey3 years ago

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup | Exposure for youngsters will be beneficial for India, opines Surender Kumar

Vice-captain Surender Kumar has stated that the exposure Indian youngsters will get in Malaysia in the upcoming Sultan Azlan Shah Cup will be of great help for them in the FIH Series Finals. The defender has also added that the Indian team will go into the tournament with an aim of winning gold.
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