Sunday, October 17, 2021


Veteran striker SV Sunil calls it quits from international hockey

New Delhi: SV Sunil, the veteran forward and star striker of India men's field hockey team, announced his retirement from international hockey on Friday. The...

This Indian hockey team is mentally very tough: Coach Reid

This group is very focused and mentally very tough. They have imbibed a team-first mentality and have great bonding among them.

Hockey: Nizamabad emerge champions of Mukesh Gold Cup

Hyderabad: Nizamabad defeated Mahabubnagar 4-1 to emerge champions of the Mukesh Gold Cup under-16 five-a-side one day tournament, conducted by Hockey Rangareddy, on the...

Zafar Iqbal team record victory in Legends Hockey Premier League

Hyderabad: Riding on two goals each from Manikanta and Deepak, Zafar Iqbal team defeated Dhanraj Pillay team 4-3 in the Legends Hockey Premier League,...

Five-a-side U-16 men’s hockey tournament on August 29

The tournament will be played at the South Central Railway hockey astro turf ground.

Nehru Senior hockey tourney in Hyderabad from Nov 14

The winning team will stand to receive Rs.4 lakhs, the runners-up will bag a purse of Rs.2 lakhs

Dhanraj Pillay team emerges winner in Legend Hockey Premier League

In another match, Mukesh Kumar XI downed Bhaskaran XI 6-2.

I’m happy what I did with the women’s team: Marijne

Under Marijne, the Indian women did the unthinkable in Tokyo Olympics, reaching the semifinals for the first time by stunning three-time world gold medallist Australia 1-0 in the quarterfinals

Hockey stadium turns into police hub

Begumpet stadium has now been turned into Hyderabad Traffic training Centre while the two astro-turfs at Gachibowli Stadium is torn and ragged because of poor maintenance and non-utilization of the ground.

We missed bronze, but won hearts: Asstt. coach Ankitha

While the men's hockey team won bronze, the women's hockey team lost to Great Britain in the bronze medal play-off.

No podium finish, so what as tearful Indian women lose to Britain

India lose to Great Britain 3-4 in the bronze medal match

Sjoerd Marijne quits as Indian women’s hockey team coach

Marijne coached the Indian women's hockey team to its best ever performance in the Olympic Games, guiding them to a creditable fourth place finish

Olympics: Haryana to give Rs 50 lakh each to state’s women’s hockey players

Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar congratulated the Indian women's team for its best-ever performance at the ongoing Olympics.

Tokyo Olympics: Indian women’s hockey team loses 3-4 to Great Britain

Having made it to the bronze-medal match, the Rani Rampal-led side rallied from a 0-2 deficit to lead the Game at 3-2.

Hockey is back! 41-year wait ends in bronze

The V Baskaran-led team was the last to secure an Olympic medal (gold) back in Moscow 1980.
- Advertisement -

Latest News

- Advertisement -