Hockey info’s [update]

Olympic Beijing 2008

MASUM hockey schedule 08

Saturday

8/mac/08 – MMU vs UDM ( 5-1 )

15/mac/08 – MMU vs UTHM ( 1-0 )

22/mac/08 – MMU vs UMT ( 7-2 )

Rest untill July b’cos SUKMA 08 Event had started.

This is some Field Hockey basic info that u need to know

Most hockey field dimensions were originally fixed using whole numbers of imperial measures and are expressed as such in this article. It is, nevertheless, the metric measurements shown in parenthesis which are the current official dimensions of the field of play as laid down by the International Hockey Federation (FIH) in the “Rules of Hockey 2005”.

The game is played between two teams of eleven players on a 100 × 60 yard (91.4 m × 55 m) rectangular field. At each end there is a goal 7 feet (2.14 m) high and 12 feet (3.66 m) wide, and a semi-circle 16 yards (14.63 m) from the goal known as the shooting circle (or D or arc), with a dotted line 5 yards (5 m) from the semi-circle, as well as lines across the field 25 yards (22.9 m) from each end-line and in the center of the field. A spot, called the penalty spot, is placed 7 yards (6.4 m) from the center of each goal. Traditional grass pitches are far less common in modern hockey with most hockey being played on synthetic surfaces. Since the 1970’s sand based pitches were favoured as they dramatically speed up the pace of the game. However, in recent years there has been a massive increase in the number of ‘water based’ artificial turfs. Indeed, international hockey is now predominantly played on this surface as it requires a greater level of ball control due to the less

Hockey Pics

MJHL 06 (best teammates ever since school)

My Dream Shoes ” Asics GEL Hockey Pro Hockey

One of My Dream Stick ” Adidas HS 1.0 Christopher Zeller Composite Hockey Stick

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~ by alepinho87 on March 24, 2008.

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