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    The Australian women's hockey team beat China to clinch the Bronze Medal match at the "Ready Steady Tokyo" Hockey Olympic Test event in Tokyo, Japan on Wednesday. Australia rode on goals through Commerford (11’), Malone (16’) and R.Taylor (34’) while Li Jiaqi (57') was the lone scorer for China. The Hockeyroos...
    Indian Women's Hockey Team
    India brought the Ready, Steady, Tokyo 'Olympic Test Event' competition to a close in Tokyo by taking the gold medals in both the men’s and women’s events. Four days of competition culminated in two hugely entertaining finals at the Oi Hockey Stadium and saw the Indian Men's hockey team beat...
    New Zealand Men's Hockey Team
    The New Zealand men's hockey team suffered a heartbreak in the final match of the "Ready Steady Tokyo" Olympic Test event in Tokyo, Japan after losing to India (0-5) in a keenly contested summit clash to settle for the silver medal. The New Zealand team had edged out India (2-1)...
    Japan Men's Hockey Team
    An impressive Japanese men's hockey team claimed the 'Bronze' at the Olympic Test event here on Wednesday, defeating Malaysia by a huge margin of (6-1). Japan are World ranked 18th, while Malaysia stand 12th on the World Ranking table. Hirotaka Zendana (32', 56') and Yoshiki Kirishita (39', 45+') scored a brace...
    Nic Woods
    The Vantage Black Sticks registered their third consecutive win in the final round robin game of the Ready, Steady, Tokyo test series against Malaysia with a 3-1 win. Jared Panchia (’30), Nic Woods (’39), Sam Lane (’57) rode goals for New Zealand, while Najmi Jazlan (’21) was the lone scorer...
    The Ready Steady Tokyo 2020 Olympic Test event that is underway in Tokyo, Japan saw the Indian and Chinese women's hockey team claim opening day victories. While the India women's hockey team beat host Japan (2-1), the Chinese women's hockey team beat Australia (3-2). Gurjit Kaur scored a brace for India...
    Hockeyroos Head Coach Paul Gaudoin has named his 16-players for the official Tokyo Olympics Test Event to be held in the Japanese capital from 17-21 August 2019. The event is seen as valuable preparation for the upcoming Oceania Cup in Rockhampton, a best of three match series against New Zealand...

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