EuroHockey Championship II (Women) Glasgow 2019 Full Time Review After seven days and 20 games we finally have a set of final standings, winners, losers and goals a plenty. The top two ranked teams coming into the tournament did in fact make the final, the lowest ranked and
Austria vs. Poland Bronze Medal Match 10.09.2019 14.00 Poland, ranked FIH 24 in the world came into this tournament as the fourth highest placed team, so they have at least met their expectations. The Austrians are seven places behind them and are the second lowest ranked side in the
Scotland vs. Poland Semi Final 2 09.08.2019 17.00 The second semi final of the day sees the hosts, Scotland, take on one of the surprise packages of the tournament, Poland. This might well be the hardest match of the tournament for the Scots, as on the way to this
EuroHockey Championship II (Women) Glasgow 2019 After four days of hockey, we’ve seen eight different teams play three games each, giving the local fans twelve games in total. Four teams played in Pool A and four teams played in Pool B. The top two teams go into the semi
Wales vs. Poland Pool A 07.08.2019 14.30 Wales need to win this tin order to progress to the semi finals; they have won one game from the two played and are on three points and are placed third in Pool A. Poland are currently on four points after
Poland vs. Italy Pool A 05.08.2019 18.00 The second match of the day sees the two winners from yesterdays games come up against each other. The tournament favourites Italy will want to consolidate their push for top spot in the group. Poland go into today’s match currently in
Poland vs. Turkey Pool A 04.08.2019 12.30 The second game of the day sees Poland take on the lowest ranked team in the tournament, Turkey. The Polish captain, Marlena Rybacha, wins her 100th cap today. This means that she becomes the most capped player in Polish Women’s Hockey history.