8 hrs ago
South China Morning Post
Hockey 'shoots itself in the foot'
Former men's hockey captain Farooq Saeed has hit out at Hong Kong's failure to qualify for the Asian Games for the first time in two decades saying the Hong Kong Hockey Association's excuse that stringent player-eligibility rules led to the poor show in the qualifiers in Bangladesh did not stand up to scrutiny.
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
Pakistan name new coaches in search of...
Pakistan named new coaches for their senior and junior hockey teams Wednesday as they try to drag themselves out of a slump and revive past glories.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Pakistan hockey superstar to play, coach here
A LITTLE known Tasmanian sporting club has created waves, signing international sporting royalty as player-coach of its senior men's side for two years.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Sydney Morning Herald
Argentina beat Hockeyroos in NZ final
Argentina have beaten Australia 3-0 in the final of the six nations women's hockey tournament in New Zealand on Sunday.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
Hockey: Naylor set to crack NZ test record in Aussie clash
The former Black Sticks' defender ended her career with a New Zealand record 238 test appearances but didn't think her name would stay at the top of the tree forever, and she was right too.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Echo: De La Salle School pupils with Jess Ennis-Hill and Darren Campbell
A GROUP of 20 pupils from Basildon 's De La Salle School had a day they will never forget with Olympic heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill.
Burgers to speak at sports awards
FORMER Kookaburras keeper and Olympic medallist Nathan Burgers has been announced as the special guest at this year's Gloucester Sport Star Awards.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Echo: Pupils line up with Jessica Ennis and Darren Campbell
The youngsters, from De La Salle School, in Ghyllgrove, Basildon , took part in hockey, judo, basketball, athletics, football, gymnastics, rugby, boxing and badminton, alongside world-class athletes.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
National prize for Regis School pupils
London 2012 gold canoeing medallist Tim Baillie and bronze hockey winner Alex Danson were among the top athletes who met the pupils of The Regis School.
Pupils put through their paces at the inter-school games
Buy this photo St Gregory the Great pupil Elyse Thomas-Collaire, right, in action against Zosia Pears, of Cherwell School Participants came from 77 schools across the county, and they threw themselves into 33 competitions in athletics, basketball, football, hockey, netball, and swimming.
Sports Shorts: 'Schumacher showing moments of consciousness'
According to News.com.au , there has been a ''noticeable improvement'' in Schumacher's condition and his manager Sabine Kehm confirmed the reports, saying that there have been ''encouraging signs'' in his recovery.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Malaysian National News Agency
National Discus Athlete, Irfan Eyes Gold Medal In Taiwan, US
KUALA LUMPUR , April 2 -- National discus athlete Muhammad Irfan Samsudin is aiming to collect gold medals at two international tournaments in June and July.
Sun Mar 30, 2014
Kate Middleton's 'Sextrepreneur' Friend Launches Orgies for Over-45s
A school friend of the Duchess of Cambridge, who is already known for organising sex parties for young actors and models, has started organising orgies for older people.