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Upcoming Tournaments Participating Panels
4-nations womens tournament Sydney & Adelaide (AUS) 26-29/3/98 Sydney (one pool) - 1-5/4/98 Adelaide (one pool plus playoff): Argentina, Australia, Germany, USA. Note: All six pool games will be used to calculate ranking for playoff.
4-nations mens tournament Southgate (ENG) 17-19/4/98: England, France, Scotland, Wales.
4-nations tournament (women) Springfield (USA) 22-26/4/98: Canada, England, India, USA.
9th Womens World Cup Utrecht (NED) 20-31/5/98: Pool A: Australia, China, Germany, Scotland, South Africa, USA; Pool B; Argentina, England, India, Korea, Netherlands, New Zealand.
9th Mens World Cup Utrecht (NED) 21/5-1/6/98: Pool A: Canada, Germany, India, Korea, Netherlands, New Zealand; Pool B: Australia, England, Malaysia, Pakistan, Poland, Spain.
16th Commonwealth Games Kuala Lumpur (MAS) 10-2/9/98:
Men Pool A: Australia, India, New Zealand, South Africa, Trinidad & Tobago, Wales; Pool B: Bangladesh, Canada, England, Kenya, Malaysia, Pakistan; Reserve country Scotland.
Women Pool A: Australia, India, Jamaica, Malaysia, Scotland, Zimbabwe; Pool B: Canada, England, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, Wales; Reserve country Trinidad & Tobago.
Final Rankings of Completed Tournaments
1st AHF Cup (men) Hong Kong 22-30/11/97:
1st AHF Cup (Women) Singapore 6-14/12/97:
4th South American Championship (men) Santiago (Chile) 18-24/1/98:
5th South American Championship (women) Santiago (Chile) 18-24/1/98:
8th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup (men) Ipoh (MAS) 28/2 to 9/3/98:
Indoor senior Tournament Results
9th European Nations Cup (women) 23-25/1/98:
A Division, Orense (ESP): 1. Germany, 2. England, 3. Austria, 4. Scotland, 5. Slovakia, 6. Russia, 7. Spain, 8. Lithuania. Spain and Lithuania go down to B Division.
B Division, Slagelse (Den): 1. Czech Republic, 2. Belarus, 3. Ukraine, 4. France, 5. Denmark, 6. Sweden. Czech Republic and Belarus go up to A Division.
Indoor junior tournament results
6th European Nations Cup junior men 16-18/1/98
"A" Division, Vienna (Austria): 1. Spain, 2. Austria, 3. Czech Republic, 4. Poland, 5. Sweden, 6. Switzerland, 7. Portugal, 8. Denmark. Portugal and Denmark go down to B Division.
"B" Division, Bratislava (SVK): 1. France, 2. Slovakia, 3. Croatia, 4. Ukraine, 5. Russia, 6. Hungary. France and Slovakia go up to A Division.