The Indian women’s Hockey team have made it to the Olympics after 36 long years and one can sense that good times lie ahead in context of the Indian hockey scenario. We at Sports Rediscovered spoke to former Indian woman hockey player and 1980 Olympian Selma D’Silva and she is elated upon the entry of
After a successful outing against Poland, the Indian women’s hockey team faced world no. 2 Australia in their final pool ‘B’ match. With a win needed to stay in the top half of the table, India had to play out of their skins to contain the Hockeyroos. Despite a valiant fight by the Indian eves,
Ritu Rani-led Indian eves stormed into the final in Round 2 of the Women’s Hockey World League as they outclassed Thailand by a convincing 5-0 margin. India will now face Poland, courtesy the latter’s slender 1-0 win over Malaysia in an earlier semifinal. 1st Quarter: Jaspreet Kaur breaks deadlock; India dominate Facing a relatively weaker
Vandana Katariya and Poonam Rani found themselves on the score sheet as the Indian women’s hockey team beat a rather hapless Poland side 2-0 at Delhi.
After the men’s hockey team won against Sri Lanka, it was the women’s turn today and they kept their end up by beating Thiland 3-0