quarter finals

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

Patience, and Faith in Youth Can Deliver a Dream

Patience is a real virtue in modern-day sport, but sadly very few club owners, administrators or even national associations seem to possess this virtue. In 2005 the Junior Hockey World Cup was played in Rotterdam. In the final Argentina defeated

Elite Focus is Damaging Australian Sport

At the start of last week following the Wallabies second defeat to the All Blacks former Australian international Brett Papworth wrote an article that struck a chord with rugby fans across the country. It was titled “As you Sow, so

Split Decision

Tomorrow Real Madrid will look to book their place in the final of the UEFA Champion’s League providing they can overcome Manchester City. While the players will be looking to come out on top on the pitch, coach Zinedine Zidane

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