This weekend ended the triangle FIH Pro League that was played in Australia. Silver’s men’s field hockey team, the Lions, beat Spain 1-0 in the first match of the day. The Lions, for their part, won 3-0 in the last match of the Oceania tour in the United States. Both duels were played in the city of Hobart, Australia, and are the 12th day of the competition.
In the women’s field, the albiceleste team led by DT Fernando Ferrara achieved a third consecutive victory (they were 3-0 against the United States and 1-0 against Australia). The goals of the Lions, winners of the 2022 edition of this competition, were converted twice by Maria José Granatto and Delfina Thome.
As for the men’s branch, led by Mariano Ronconi, they got their victory so far in the tournament, against none other than the showman who took all three points in the first leg with a goal in the last play that took the final 4 decision. to III. The South American scored his first and only victory on the Australian tour. They had previously defeated the local team in a penalty shootout (4-2, after a 2-2 draw at the end of the period) and successively fell to the Spaniards 4-3 and against the Australians 3-0. The victory was scored. Maico Casella from Pcena.
Las Leonas lead the Women’s Pro League standings with 23 points thanks to seven wins, two draws and three losses. It is followed by Australia, which has 15, and a third of Germany with 13. The last are Belgium with 12 and China with 10; The United States has seven units, New Zealand and Belgium have five, with Great Britain the only team yet to win the championship.
In the Men’s Pro League, the Lions are in second position in the general classification with 13 points in 12 submissions. They won two games, drew five (in two of them they got a bonus point after Australia won on penalties) and lost the remaining five. It is the only team that has 12 commitments before (the others have played four, unlike Spain, which has already played eight and is at the top of the table with 17 units).
The fourth edition of Pro League takes place in various triangles, in which everyone plays against everyone for a week. Meetings are held in Argentina, Australia, Belgium, England, India, the Netherlands and New Zealand. Another novelty this season is that promotions and relegations have been completed. The last team in the general table will go down and next year will play in the Cup of Nations, a new tournament.
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