• 2010 Women's CAC Games

    2010 CAC Games - Day 3 (Women)

    Bermuda vs. Trinidad & Tobago : 0 - 4 Although it was raining in the morning the weather conditions changed and it turned to be an excellent day to play hockey. Both teams entered the field with a good performance but, Trinidad y Tobago quickly showed supremacy when players #10, Stacey SIU BUTT and #20, Kristin THOMPSON netted at minutes 20 y 34. First goal came from a penalty corner and the second one was a field goal. With this result the teams went to the break. For the second half and after the advice of their coach the women from Bermuda returned to the field with new air, but Trinidadians maintained their pace and player #3, Blair WYNNE scored twice at minutes 36 and 57. Trinidad and Tobago won 4-0. Jamaica vs. Mexico : 0 - 2 Both teams had had a good performance on the first day of the tournament, now they had the chance to show their competiveness. México started the game attacking as expected, but Jamaica frustrated their intention to score. Jamaica... More

  • 2010 Men's CAC Games

    2010 CAC Games - Day 2 (Men)

    Netherlands Antilles vs. Jamaica : 0 - 0 This was a hard game with short approaches to the goal line. Netherlands Antilles displayed technical and physical strength while Jamaica showed speed and skills. Both teams reached the rival area, but although it was Jamaica who had the best opportunities to score none of them was able to net to win the match. Netherlands Antilles was very close to score but Jamaica GK and defense invalidated any intend to score.   Barbados vs. Panama : 12 - 0 Very early in the first half Barbados after a number of attacks scored their first goal from a deflection by player #11, Barry CLARKE at minute 8th. The rest of the game was for Barbados who showed an excellent performance and the final result of 12-0 against Panama. It is important to highlight this was Panama’s first participation at an international event same for Geert HUISMAN as an international umpire.   Mexico vs. Dominican Republic : 8 - 0 Mexicans achieved a victory of... More

  • 2010 Women's CAC Games

    2010 CAC Games - Day 1 (Women)

    Trinidad & Tobago vs. Barbados : 3 - 0 The Caribbean derby match opened the Hockey Tournament after an important delay due to bad weather. Both teams had a number of chances to net but it was Trinidad & Tobago who achieved the advantage through player #10, Stacey SIU BUTT after 27 minutes of play; SIU BUTT had an outstanding performance throughout the game. From that moment to the very end of the match her team gained the control of the game with a final result of 3-0, resulting from two more goals from Blair WYNNE; minute 39 and 49. Bermuda vs. Guyana : 0 - 0 Bermudian players opened the game with a number of opportunities in the circle but Guyana’s defence frustrated their ambitions to score. The players from the Earth of Water had some chances to net too, but again no goals were scored. The game ended 0 -0, first match of the tournament with no goals. Mexico vs. Dominican Republic : 6 - 0 No doubt this was an attractive match with Mexican team beating... More

  • 2011 Pan American Games - Qualifying Procedure  

    This memo contains the final version of the qualification procedures for the 2011 Pan American Games. More

  • PAHF Board Meetings in Jamaica

    The Pan American Hockey Federation (PAHF) Board of Directors and all committees held successful meetings in Kingston Jamaica on May 14-16, 2010. More

  • Antonio von Ondarza, with his wife Maria Elena Celedon, accepting the Award

    Spirit of Sport Award for PAHF President Antonio von Ondarza

    Antonio von Ondarza, Vice-President of the International Hockey Federation (FIH) since 1988 and President of the Pan American Hockey Federation (PAHF) since 1987, received the individual Spirit of Sport Award 2010 of Sportaccord in Dubai. More

  • 2010 Men's Champions - Toronto Lions FHC

    Big Apple International Indoor

    Toronto Lions FHC took their third straight Big Apple International Indoor Tournament title in the men’s division while it was the first women’s crown for the University of Virginia. More

  • Ken Pereira and Rob Short

    300 Caps Milestone Reached by Two Canadian Players

    In the World Cup match against New Zealand, Ken Pereira and Rob Short, two veteran players on the Canadian Team, earned their 300th International Cap. More

  • FIH President Leandro Negre and FHC President Mary Cicinelli

    FIH President meets with Field Hockey Canada

    On his way to the Opening Ceremony of the Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, FIH President Leandro Negre stopped in Toronto to meet with representatives of Field Hockey Canada. More