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Jan 28

Written by: Sundeep Misra
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 


Chennai, Jan 26
India has been clubbed with Netherlands and New Zealand in Group-D in the Men's Junior World Cup hockey, scheduled to be held in Singapore and Johor Bahru in Malaysia from June 7-21. Poland and Singapore are the other teams in Group-D, an International Hockey Federation (FIH) release said today. The 20 teams in the fray have been divided into four groups, with defending champions Argentina figuring in Group-A, the release said. The draw for the BDO Women's Junior World Cup, which is scheduled in Boston, USA from August 3-16, would be released by the middle of next month, the release added.

Groupings:
Group-A: Argentina, Belgium, Egypt, Pakistan, Russia.
Group-B: Australia, Chile, Germany, Japan, South Africa.
Group-C: England, Korea, Malaysia, Spain, USA.
Group-D: India, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Singapore.



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3 comment(s) so far...

Re: India gets tough draw for Men's Jr World Cup hockey

Our boys are good ,think postive let them prepare in commando training of hockey.I am sure they will won Wold cup but we have to take every match as a final match.We have to ticket to Semi Final ist and aim should be world cup no one think about other teams.
Hoping the junior boys will bring bright feature of hockey with the blessing of and praying of Hockey lovers and thier hard work and good planning of Mr.A.K Bansal.Best of Luck

By Aman on   Thursday, January 29, 2009

Re: India gets tough draw for Men's Jr World Cup hockey

PLAY TO WIM BOYS.
YOU HAVE THE INSPIRATION.
THE NATION IS BEHIND YOU.
SHOW THE CRICKET CRAZY GUYS THAT HOCKEY IS THE REAL MEN'S GAME WHICH REQUIRES GUTS AND DETERMINATION.

By Madhuresh Mehta on   Friday, January 30, 2009

Re: India gets tough draw for Men's Jr World Cup hockey

Bansal is a good coach but the big question is that in the heat and humidity of Malaysia, would he get a team that is fit and more importantly, boys that he thinks fit the bill for a campaign as prestigious as a junior world cup...

By sundeep on   Sunday, February 01, 2009

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