India

One Man’s Opinion

We received a lengthy email in the past few days from Jospeh Fritz. In it he raised a number of issues affecting the game of hockey at the moment. The email started with Joseph saying “I am a hockey fan,

Clarity Needed Leading into 2018.

The Hockey Pro-League is due to commence in just over a year. A competition that is predicted to “revolutionise the sport.” Yet six months after the announcement of the nine men’s and women’s teams due to compete in this new

Schedule Upsets Some.

Following the conclusion of the Asia Cup hockey we questioned the scheduling of the fixtures and whether they were fair on all teams and enabled the tournament to come to a conclusion with the two finalists rested and at their

The Sore Points of Hosting

What is it they say about the best laid plans of mice and men? No matter how carefully you plan an event, and how many people check and double check that everything is in place and that there will be

Should Match Schedules Be Reviewed?

The Asia Cup hockey tournament finished at the weekend and India were victorious over Malaysia in the final, and claimed their third title. The tournament had a new format this time around, after the round-robin pool games the top two

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