Indian Women Hockey Team Show Their Potential

It so happens that sometimes the final outcome of a match does not really tell the true story of how a team have performed – the performance of the Indian women hockey team the recently-held Hawke’s Bay Cup in New Zealand is a classic example of this. Indian women hockey team put up emphatic performance

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Hawkes Bay Cup 2015: New Zealand Trounce India 4-1

The 4-1 loss to the Black Sticks saw the Indian eves getting knocked out in the quarter-finals of the Hawkes Bay Cup 2015. Following an indifferent start to the tournament with losses to USA and China, the Indian eves pulled off an incredible draw over Australia. However, just when things were getting brighter, Ritu Rani and Co.

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Hawkes Bay Cup: India Go Down 2-4 To USA

For the second match in a row, the Indian eves failed to maintain the early lead given by forward Anuradha Thokchom and went down 2-4 to the USA in the Hawkes Bay Cup. Anuradha Thokchom went on to score a brace (6th and 44th minute) at the Hastings Sports Park on Sunday but could not

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Hawkes Bay Cup: India Manage Draw Against Australia

India women’s hockey team salvaged a goalless draw against Australia in the final Pool A game of the Hawkes Bay Cup. World #13 India showcased a strong defensive performance to keep Australia at bay and will face New Zealand in their quarter-final clash on Thursday. India open their account in Hawkes Bay Cup By virtue of this

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Hawkes Bay Cup Tournament : China Beat India 2-1

India went down 2-1 to China, after a fighting contest in the opening game of the Hawkes Bay Cup tournament in New Zealand. The Indians were unable to preserve the 31st minute lead earned by Anuradha Thokchom and conceded two goals in the next 7 minutes. Both sides defend strongly in first two quarters, no

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Vandana Katariya: Gaining Experience Has Helped

She infuses a breath of fresh air into the Indian forwardline that already boasts of experienced strikers like Rani Rampal and Poonam Rani. Vandana Katariya has been one of the most talked-about players in the Indian women hockey team. The 22-year-old Uttarakhand girl, who slammed 11 goals in the Hockey World League Round 2 Event

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