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4 Nation International Festival of Hockey, Melbourne & Bendigo

Point Table (Men’s)

Day 4 after 8 games played – November 12
Points awarded for Wins: 3, Draws: 1, Losses: 0
Rank Team GP W D L GF GA GD P
1  Australia 3 3 0 0 19 3 16 9
2  New Zealand 3 1 1 1 5 7 -2 4
3  Japan 3 1 1 1 5 8 -3 4
4  Pakistan 3 0 0 3 4 15 -11 0

Live Updates (Pakistan)

PAK vs JPN (3rd Position Match)

12-Nov-2017, Pak vs Jpn: 1-2
Pak: 17# Ajaz AHMAD 13″
Jpn: 9# TANAKA Kenta 14″ , 7# MURATA Kazuma 57″

Pakistan vs japan 3rd position match bronze IFOH


PAK vs NZ

11-Nov-2017, Pak vs NZ: Full Time: Pakistan 2 Vs New Zealand 3
SCORERS:
New Zealand: PHILLIPS Hayden 18″, MUIR George 37″ , CHILD Marcus 57″
Pakistan: BHUTTA Muhammad Umar 6″, Ammad Shakeel 35″

pak vs NZ 4 nation ournament

Goals/ Team/ Players

Team Min # Player Action Score
Pakistan 6 14 BHUTTA Muhammad Umar Penalty Corner 0 – 1
New Zealand 18 31 PHILLIPS Hayden Field Goal 1 – 1
Pakistan 35 16 BUTT Ammad Shakeel Penalty Stroke 1 – 2
New Zealand 37 30 MUIR George Field Goal 2 – 2
New Zealand 57 13 CHILD Marcus Penalty Corner 3 – 2

PAK vs JPN

9-Nov-2017, Pak vs Jpn: Pakistan 1 – Japan 3
SCORERS:
Japan: 9 TANAKA Kenta 14″, 9 TANAKA Kenta 46″, 4 MITANI Genki 50″
Pakistan: 15 ATIQ Muhammad 60″Japan vs Pakistan

Goals Team / Time / Player

Team Min # Player Action Score
Japan 14 9 TANAKA Kenta Field Goal 0 – 1
Japan 46 9 TANAKA Kenta Field Goal 0 – 2
Japan 50 4 MITANI Genki Field Goal 0 – 3
Pakistan 60 15 ATIQ Muhammad Field Goal 1 – 3

PAK vs AUS

8-Nov-2017, Pak vs Aus: Pakistan 1 – Australia 9
SCORERS:
Australia: Blake Govers 3, Aaron Kleinschmidt 2, Jeremy Hayward, Jake Whetton,Kiran Arunasalam,Tom Wickham
Pakistan: Abubakr Mahmood
Aus vs pak ifoh2017

Goals Team / Time / Player

Team Min # Player Action Score
Australia 8 32 HAYWARD Jeremy Penalty Corner 1 – 0
Australia 12 12 WHETTON Jake Field Goal 2 – 0
Australia 18 14 KLEINSCHMIDT Aaron Field Goal 3 – 0
Pakistan 32 27 MAHMOOD Abu Penalty Corner 3 – 1
Australia 33 14 KLEINSCHMIDT Aaron Field Goal 4 – 1
Australia 43 13 GOVERS Blake Penalty Corner 5 – 1
Australia 47 28 ARUNASALAM Kiran Field Goal 6 – 1
Australia 55 13 GOVERS Blake Field Goal 7 – 1
Australia 57 5 WICKHAM Tom Field Goal 8 – 1
Australia 60 13 GOVERS Blake Penalty Corner 9 – 1

Event Information

The best international hockey in Australia will be landing on Victoria’s doorstep again this November in Melbourne and Bendigo.

This world-class tournament will see the nations of Australia, New Zealand, Netherlands, Japan, Pakistan and the United States of America battle it out across a week-long competition.

Watch our Kookaburras and Hockeyroos compete with some of the best international teams in the world, including the number one ranked women’s team from Netherlands.

Now in it’s second year, the International Festival of Hockey will be an incredible experience with great food, entertainment and fast paced hockey to enjoy with your family and friends.

 

Teams

Men’s
Australia
World Ranking #2
New Zealand
World Ranking #8
Pakistan
World Ranking #13
Japan
World Ranking #16

*FIH Hero World Rankings posted July 2017

Venues

The International Festival of Hockey will take place at two venues.

Bendigo (5-6 November)
Melbourne (8-12 November)

Match Schedule

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Schedule below in PAKISTAN STANDARD TIME
Sunday 5 November 2017, Bendigo
10:00am – Australia v New Zealand (men)

Monday 6 November 2017, Bendigo

10:001m – Australia v New Zealand (men); 12:00pm – Australia v USA (women)

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Wednesday 8 November 2017, Melbourne
9:00am – USA v Japan (women); 10:30am – New Zealand v Japan (men); 12:00pm – Australia v Pakistan (men); 1:30pm – Australia v Netherlands (women)

Thursday 9 November 2017, Melbourne
9:00am – Pakistan v Japan (men); 10:30am – Netherlands v Japan (women); 12:00pm: Australia v New Zealand (men); 1:30pm – Australia v USA (women)

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Saturday 11 November 2017, Melbourne
8:00am – Netherlands v USA (women); 9:30am – New Zealand v Pakistan (men); 11:00am – Australia v Japan (women); 12:30pm – Australia v Japan (men)

Sunday 12 November 2017, Melbourne
9:00am – Bronze Medal JPN v PAK (men); 12:45pm – Gold medal playoff (women); 12:30pm – Gold medal playoff (men)

Pakistani Team For Event

M.Irfan (Sr) is the captain with Umar Bhutta as his vice captain

TEAM:

Amjad Ali, M.Irfan, Abubakr Mahmood, Atif Mushtaq,Hassan Anwar, Ammad Shakeel Butt,

Tasawwar Abbas, M.Rizwan Jr, Arslan Qadir, Shajeeh Ahmed, Shan Irshad, Umar Bhutta, Atiq Arshad, Ajaz Ahmed,Bilal Qadir & Khizer Akhtar

OFFICIALS:
Farhat Khan (Manager/Head Coach), Malik Shafqat (Coach) & Muhmmad Sarwar (Coach)

Dr Atif Bashir (Team Doctor) Abuzar Umrao (Video Analyst)

The team includes five players who have won selection for the National side for the first time:

Khizer Akhtar (Tando Jam, district Hyderabad), Shajeeh Ahmed (Sargodha), Hassan Anwar (Faisalabad), Bilal Qadir (Pir Mahal, district Toba Tek Singh) & Shan Irshad (Sheikhupura)

Videos

Supporter of Team Pakistan


Pakistan Hockey team players on Karachi Airport leaving for Melbourne Australia

Pakistan Hockey players on Karachi air port leaving for Melbourne Australia (clip)