Hosts Vanuatu will meet Fiji in the finals of the men's and women's tournaments at the Hockey Series in Port Vila, after round-robin play concluded today.
Fiji doubled up with a pair of victories in the women's tournament on day two of the Hockey Series event in Vanuatu.
Hosts Vanuatu won twice in the women's tournament as the Hockey Series event in Port Vila began today.
The fifth Hockey Series event of the season will get underway in Vanuatu tomorrow, featuring both men's and women's tournaments.
Ireland have climbed into the top 10 on the latest International Hockey Federation (FIH) women's world rankings as The Netherlands retained top spot following their World Cup triumph.
Ireland's glorious progress to the Women's Hockey World Cup final in London ended in defeat as The Netherlands were ruthless in defence of their title, winning 6-0.
Ireland’s incredible run at the Federation of International Hockey (FIH) Women’s World Cup in London continued today as they beat Spain on a shootout to make their first-ever final where they will play The Netherlands.
Holders Netherlands too strong for England as Ireland make it to first Women’s Hockey World Cup semi-final
England’s progress at their home Women’s Hockey World Cup in London came to an honourable but predictable end as they were beaten 2-0 in their quarter-final by the defending champions, The Netherlands on a day when Ireland reached their first ever semi-final in beating India on penalties.
Spain and Australia each battled to quarter-final victories today at the Women's Hockey World Cup in London.
Goals either side of half-time by Sophie Bray and Lily Owsley gave hosts England a 2-0 win over South Korea at the Women's Hockey World Cup in London, and earned them a quarter-final meeting with defending champions The Netherlands.
Spain beat Belgium in sudden-death penalty shootout to qualify for Women's Hockey World Cup quarter-final
Beatriz Perez was the match-winner for Spain today at the Women's World Cup in London, earning a quarter-final match against Germany with a sudden-death penalty against Belgium.
Defending champions The Netherlands broke the record for the biggest win at a Women's Hockey World Cup as they continued their rich vein of scoring form in a 12-1 demolition of Italy here today.
Australia progressed directly to the quarter-finals of the Women's Hockey Cup in London, despite being held to a 1-1 draw by New Zealand in a repeat of the Commonwealth Games final.
Defending champions The Netherlands continued their impressive start at the Women's Hockey World Cup as Italy guaranteed a place in the play-off round in England.
Ireland have ramped up the pressure on hosts England by beating India 1-0 in a shock result at the International Hockey Federation Women's World Cup in London.