DAY 8: NO SURPRISES ...

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2006-09-13 • As by most expected (and by the Netherlands feared) the last day of the pool matches did not bring surprises. In the semi-finals on Friday face each other:

  • Australia - Korea
  • Germany - Spain

John Wright (RSA)Remarkably is the 100th international match of the South African umpire John Wright. In the 30 pool matches we saw 120 goals, on average thus 4. The rest day gives the opportunity to regard the matches again: by text and photo, audio or video. Probably you will find something new on these site ...

PLAYER OF THE DAY: Jamie Dwyer (AUS)

 

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» How to get to the HockeyPark?

» Report school-hockey 2nd day

» Day 4: Sold off stadium

» Report school-hockey 1st day

» Day 3: 8 goals and 3 penalty strokes ...

» School Teams allready arrived

» Day 2: Spain beats Australia

» Day 1: Exciting opening of the WC

» Boy's choir of the Chorakademie

» Training in the HockeyPark

» FIH World Cup Coaching Conference

» Participants parants hockey

» Participants school hockey

» Security Checks

» Change of an umpire

» 100 season tickets ...

» Who becomes champion?

» Mini-World-Cup-Dress-Rehearsal

» Sport-Medical symposium

» The WC Programme is ready

» WC History

» Barry Dancer: "I'm totally ..."

» The world is looking on MG

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