Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Mumbai win in Senior Women National hockey
Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Mumbai win in Senior Women National hockey

Jharkhand outplayed Karnataka 6-1, while Uttar Pradesh thrashed Assam 8-1 in Pool C matches of the 5th Senior National hockey championship 2015 (Women) division 'A' here today.

RSPB, Odisha, Haryana, MPHA win in Women's Sr National Hockey
RSPB, Odisha, Haryana, MPHA win in Women's Sr National Hockey

Railway Sports Promotion Board (RSPB) thrashed Hockey Maharashtra 12-0, while Hockey Odisha spanked Delhi Hockey 8-0 in pool matches of the fifth Senior National Hockey Championship 2015 (Women) 'A' Division here today.

Have come back with lot of positives from Hawke's Bay: Ritu Rani
Have come back with lot of positives from Hawke's Bay: Ritu Rani

 The Indian women's hockey has drawn quite a few positives from its performance in the recently-concluded Hawke's Bay Cup even though it ended seventh in the event, feels captain Ritu Rani.

Hockey India announces 25 probables for India-Japan series
Hockey India announces 25 probables for India-Japan series

Hockey India on Monday announced a list of 25 probables for the upcoming India-Japan series, to be played in Bhubaneswar from May 3 to 9, which will be in preparation for the FIH Hockey World League Semi-Final (men), scheduled in June.

Indian women finish seventh in Hawke's Bay Cup hockey
Indian women finish seventh in Hawke's Bay Cup hockey

 The Indian women's hockey team defeated Japan 3-2 in the seventh-eighth position classification match to secure the seventh spot in the Hawke’s Bay Cup tournament here on Sunday.

Indian eves goes down 0-3 to USA in the classification match
Indian eves goes down 0-3 to USA in the classification match

India women hockey team conceded two goals in the first quarter as they lost 0-3 to the USA in the classification match of the Hawke's Bay Cup.

Indian eves suffer 1-4 defeat to New Zealand in Hawke's Bay Cup
Indian eves suffer 1-4 defeat to New Zealand in Hawke's Bay Cup

Indian women's hockey team lost 1-4 to hosts New Zealand to crash out in tyhe quarterfinals of the Hawke's Bay Cup here on Thursday.

Auditor-General to carry out an audit of Pakistan Hockey Federation
Auditor-General to carry out an audit of Pakistan Hockey Federation

The Auditor-General of Pakistan is set to carry out an audit of the national hockey federation (PHF) accounts from 2008 to 2014 on the instructions of the finance ministry.

India hockey eves confident against New Zealand
India hockey eves confident against New Zealand

Following a strong performance against World No.2 Australia, the Indian women's hockey team is all geared up for their quarter-final clash against hosts New Zealand in the Hawke’s Bay Cup here on Thursday.

India hockey coach Paul van Ass keen to rope in psychologist
India hockey coach Paul van Ass keen to rope in psychologist

Conceding late goals by a fragile backline has been Indian's men hockey team's perennial bane which new chief coach Paul van Ass wants to eradicate by roping in a full-time psychologist for Sardar Singh and Co.

Gautam Gambhir donates Rs 4 lakh to cash-strapped ice hockey team
Gautam Gambhir donates Rs 4 lakh to cash-strapped ice hockey team

Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) skipper Gautam Gambhir on Tuesday donated Rs.4 lakh to help the cash-strapped Indian ice hockey team in their quest for participation in the 2015 Challenge Cup of Asia in Kuwait.

Indian eves hold mighty Aus to 0-0 draw in Hawke's Bay Cup
Indian eves hold mighty Aus to 0-0 draw in Hawke's Bay Cup

After two consecutive defeats, India women's hockey team put up a much-improved show to hold world No. 2 Australia to a goalless draw in their third match of the Hawke's Bay Cup, here on Tuesday.

India eye revival against Australia in Hawke's Bay Cup
India eye revival against Australia in Hawke's Bay Cup

 Pushed to wall by two consecutive losses, the Indian women's hockey team would seek revival but it would be easier said than done when they take on Australia in the Hawke's Bay Cup here on Tuesday.

Lack of an experienced back-up goalkeeper a worry for PR Sreejesh
Lack of an experienced back-up goalkeeper a worry for PR Sreejesh

India's PR Sreejesh is considered one of the best goalkeepers in the world at the moment, but the lanky Kerala lad feels that the absence of an experienced back up custodian is a major cause of worry for the team going into next year's Rio Olympics.

New Zealand stop Oz juggernaut to win 2nd Azlan Shah title
New Zealand stop Oz juggernaut to win 2nd Azlan Shah title

A gritty New Zealand surprised world champions Australia 3-1 in the penalty shoot-out in a keenly-contested summit clash to claim their second Azlan Shah Cup hockey title here on Sunday.

We learnt lessons in Azlan Shah Cup, says coach Paul van Ass
We learnt lessons in Azlan Shah Cup, says coach Paul van Ass

 For Paul van Ass, the third-place finish in his maiden assignment as India's new hockey chief coach was undoubtedly a creditable performance and the Dutchman on Sunday said that he has managed to achieve his target in the tournament by learning "six beautiful lessons".

Azlan Shah Cup: Spirited India beat Korea in shoot-out to finish 3rd
Azlan Shah Cup: Spirited India beat Korea in shoot-out to finish 3rd

India produced a spirited performance to beat Korea 4-1 in the penalty shoot-out after both the teams were locked at 2-2 at regulation time, to finish a creditable third in the 24th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament, here.

Indian women lose 2-4 to USA in Hawke's Bay Cup
Indian women lose 2-4 to USA in Hawke's Bay Cup

New Zealand: The Indian women's hockey team let slip some early advantage to go down 2-4 against USA in its second match of the Hawke's Bay Cup at the Hastings Sports Park, here on Sunday.

NZ draw with Korea to set up title clash against Australia
NZ draw with Korea to set up title clash against Australia

New Zealand on Saturday eked out a hard-fought 3-3 draw against Korea to seal their place in the final of the 24th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament, while hosts Malaysia beat a lowly Canada in an inconsequential league match here.

Win against Aussies showed we can play hockey: Paul van Ass
Win against Aussies showed we can play hockey: Paul van Ass

 The 4-2 win over world champions Australia in the Azlan Shah Cup here was India's new chief coach Paul van Ass' first big win since taking over the charge a month back and he said Saturday's result showed the world that the Sardar Singh-led side "can play hockey".