HOCKEY INDIA named the Indian Senior Menâ€™s team to take part in the 3 Nations Invitational Tournament to begin in Dusseldorf, Germany on June 1 followed by the Menâ€™s Hockey World League Semi Final London starting June 15.
IT WAS Mandeep Singh who stole the match from Japan with an incredible hat-trick of goals to ensure India a sensational 4-3 win against Japan in a nerve-gripping match here at the 26th Sultan Azlan Shah Tournament 2017 on Wednesday.
A RESILIENT INDIA went down fighting 1-3 in their game against defending champions Australia in a thriller of an encounter here at the 26th Sultan Azlan Shah Tournament 2017 on Tuesday.
HAVING ARRIVED in Ipoh, Malaysia a week before the start of the 26th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup, the Indian Senior Menâ€™s team has had enough time to get used to the humid conditions and are geared up for a good start at the tournament, asserts P.R Sreejesh, captain of the Senior Indian Menâ€™s team.
HOCKEY INDIA today announced its decision to not send the Indian Junior Men's Team for the Sultan of Johor Cup in Malaysia. The tournament to be played between October 22- 29 October 2017 in Johor Bahru features Pakistan apart from hosts Malaysia.
21-YEAR-OLD goalkeeper from Mumbai Suraj Karkera wants to make the most out of this opportunity without being too ambitious about finding his name in the national squad for the forthcoming 26th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Malaysia.
WITH THE Senior Men's Team for the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup scheduled to be announced next week, Indian midfielder Manpreet Singh says this is a great tournament to see where the team stands ahead of the Men's Hockey World League Semi Final in London in June.
ACE INDIA FORWARD SV SUNIL feels with good results in these tournaments, it is a realistic goal for the Indian team to make it to the top three position in the world.
S.V SUNIL was named the Asian Player of the Year 2016 in the senior menâ€™s category and Harmanpreet Singh was named the Asian Promising Player of the Year 2016 in the junior menâ€™s category.
20-YEAR-OLD SUMIT from Sonepat, Haryana, is in the Senior Menâ€™s national camp. His first call up was in 2013 when a group of 48 probables was named for the Asia Cup. It was then that he got to witness stalwart players like Sardar Singh, Sreejesh, SV Sunil among others who inspired him with their work ethics.
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