Index

For the record - results, etc
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16th Commonwealth Games

Kuala Lumpur (MAS) 10-20/9/98:

Men - Pool A: Australia, India, New Zealand, South Africa, Trinidad & Tobago, Wales; Pool B: Bangladesh, Canada, England, Kenya, Malaysia, Pakistan.

Women - Pool A: Australia, India, Jamaica, Malaysia, Scotland, Trinidad & Tobago; Pool B: Canada, England, New Zealand, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Wales. Note: Trinidad & Tobago, which had been the first reserve country, replaces Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka replaces Singapore in the Asian zone. Both Zimbabwe and Singapore have withdrawn from the tournament.

12th Alps Cup (Women)

Prague (Czech Republic) - 19-21/6/98, Austria, Czech Republic, France, Italy

16th Alps Cup (Men)

Prague (Czech Republic) - 18-21/6/98, Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Italy, Switzerland.

8th European Nations Cup - Qualifying Tournaments (Men)

Dundee (Scotland) - 05-11/7/98, Pool A: Armenia, Denmark, Switzerland, Ukraine. Pool B: Georgia, Russia, Scotland. Top 2 teams qualify.

Alicante (Spain) - 06-12/7/98, Pool A: Austria, Malta, Spain, Sweden.

Pool B: Azerbaijan, Belarus, France, Portugal. Top 2 teams qualify.

Prague (Czech Republic) - 09-12/7/98, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Gibraltar, Wales. Winner qualifies.

4-Nations men's tournaments

Hamburg (GER) - 21-23/8/98, Germany, India, Netherlands, (one more country to be confirmed)

19th Central America & Caribbean Games - Caracas (VEN) (To be played on natural grass)

Men: Barbados, Cuba, Jamaica, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Trinidad & Tobago, Venezuela.

Women: Barbados, Bermuda, Cuba, Jamaica, Mexico, Venezuela.

5th European Nations Cup - Qualifying Tournaments (Women)

Helsinki (FIN) - 4-10/7/98: Pool A: Belgium, Ireland, Wales, Pool B: Czech Republic, Finland, France, Slovakia. Top 3 teams qualify.

Mora (SWE) - 20-26/7/98: Pool A: Austria, Italy, Poland, Ukraine, Pool B: Azerbaijan, Belgium, Lithuania, Sweden. Top 3 teams qualify.

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Upcoming Junior Tournaments

9th European Nations Cup (Junior Men)

"A" Division - Poznan (POL) - 24-30/8/98: Pool A: Belgium, Netherlands, Scotland, Spain, Pool B: Austria, England, Germany, Poland. Last 2 teams go down to "B" Div.

"B" Division - Padova (ITA) - 24-30/8/98: Pool A: France, Italy, Gibraltar, Portugal, Pool B: Czech Republic, Denmark, Ireland, Wales. First 2 teams go up to "A" Div., last 2 teams go down to "C" Div.

"C" Division - Moscow (RUS) - 5-11/8/98: Pool A: Bulgaria, Russia, Ukraine, Pool B: Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Switzerland. First 2 teams go up to "B" Div.

9th European Nations Cup (Junior Women)

"A" Division - Belfast (IRL) - 9-15/8/98: Pool A: England, Germany, Ireland, Spain, Pool B: Belgium, Czech Republic, Netherlands, Ukraine. Last 2 teams go down to "B" Div.

"B" Division - Bratislava (SVK) - 16-22/8/98: Pool A: France, Lithuania, Russia, Scotland, Pool B: Italy, Poland, Slovakia, Wales. First 2 teams go up to "A" Div.

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Final Rankings of Completed Tournaments

8th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup (Men)

Ipoh (MAS) - 28/2-9/3/98: 1. Australia, 2. Germany, 3. Korea, 4. New Zealand, 5. England, 6. Malaysia.

4-Nations women's tournaments

Sydney (AUS) -26-29/3/98: 1. Germany, 2. Argentina, 3. Australia, 4. U.S.A.

Adelaide (AUS): 1. Australia, 2. Argentina, 3. Germany, 4. U.S.A.

4-Nations Men's tournament

Durban (RSA) - 8-12/4/98: 1. Pakistan, 2. South Africa, 3. Canada, 4. Egypt.

4-Nations Men's tournaments

Sydney (AUS) - 9-12/4/98: 1. Australia, 2. Argentina, 3. India, 4. New Zealand.

Melbourne (AUS) -16-19/4/98: 1. Australia, 2. Argentina, 3. New Zealand, 4. India.

5-Nations Men's tournament

St Micha?l (BAR) - 9-12/4/98: 1. Trinidad & Tobago, 2. Barbados, 3. Puerto Rico, 4. Bermuda, 5. Venezuela.

4-Nations Men's tournament

London (ENG) - 22-26/4/98: 1. England, 2. Scotland, 3. Wales, 4. France.

4-Nations Women's tournament

Springfield (USA) - 22-26/4/98: 1. England, 2. U.S.A, 3.Canada, 4. India.

4-Nations Women's tournaments

Dublin (IRL) - 8-10/5/98: 1. Ireland, 2. Wales, 3. France, 4. Italy.

9th Women's World Cup

Utrecht (NED) - 20-31/5/98: 1. Australia, 2. Netherlands, 3. Germany, 4. Argentina, 5. Korea, 6. New Zealand, 7. South Africa, 8. USA, 9. England, 10. Scotland, 11. China, 12. India.

9th Men's World Cup

Utrecht (NED) - 21/5-1/6/98: 1. Netherlands, 2. Spain, 3. Germany, 4. Australia, 5. Pakistan, 6. England, 7. Korea, 8. Canada, 9. India, 10. New Zealand, 11. Malaysia, 12. Poland.

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Junior Tournament rankings

Celtic Cup (Junior Men)

Glasgow (ECO) - 12-14/6/98: 1. France, 2. Scotland, 3. Ireland, 4. Wales.