JWC Round Up: South Korea Records Late Victory, Party at Zimbabwe

South Korea JWC - JWC Round Up: South Korea Records Late Victory, Party at Zimbabwe - '5 0-1 Terblanche'24 0-2 Pope'58 1-2 GoodmanThe first surprising result of this tournament took place in the group of the Dutch Juniors. Canada, which was known as the best opponent of the Netherlands in the first phase of the World Cup, lost 1-2 against Zimbabwe. The Africans screamed their lungs out after both goals. In a match with four green and four yellow cards, Canada got plenty of corners to change the score. The answer came, but too late. As a result, Zimbabwe is taking a nice step towards second place in this group. Canada, still scoreless, will be the next opponent of the Orange on Saturday.

The Netherlands clapped 9-0 over poor America and is, therefore, the leader in group A. But of course, there was much more on the menu in Potchefstroom. We’ll update you on day 1 of the World Cup-21. South Africa – England 0-3 ’13 0-1 MacKenzie (sc)’45 0-2 Giglio (sb)’56 0-3 MacKenzie (sc)Host nation South Africa was […]

England: Old Georgians a Win From Championship Glory – Media Guide

England Hockey League Ultimate Preview

Men’s Hockey League Preview – 2/3 April 2022 Old Georgians can finally clinch their maiden MHL Premier Division title if they win at East Grinstead on Saturday night. Holding an eight point lead over second-placed Wimbledon, Old Georgians missed the chance to become champions last Saturday, losing a 2-0 lead to draw 2-2 at home […]

Belgium: Rescue Mission for Beerschot

Authur De Sloover Beerschot - Belgium: Rescue Mission for Beerschot - Ie Beerschot caused a sensation in 2019 by reaching the playoffs final and being, on the verge of winning his first national title since 1944. But today, the situation is quite different. And the atmosphere is clearly not at the party, in Kontich, after an appalling season. The Antwerpers occupy the penultimate place in the general classification 3 days from the end of the regular phase. But with 17 points, and only 4 successes in 19 games, the future of the Bee is really very uncertain. “Right from the start of the competition, we had some difficulty getting into it,” explains Arthur De Sloover, one of the team's executives. “With a new coach and a new central midfielder, it took us some time to find a rhythm and the first round was quite complicated. Next, we took advantage of a very good winter camp in Barcelona which we followed up with a great victory at the Dragons, on the restart. But the machine seized up again afterwards and the ball didn't roll for us. Now, the point we won last Sunday against Leopold gives us a lot of confidence even if we remain in an unfavorable situation. »

The people of Antwerp are living through a dark season.  But nothing is yet folded on the side of Kontich even if they no longer have their fate in their hands. There are 3 games left to ensure their place in the Division of Honor and thus avoid the disaster of a descent into D1 for […]

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