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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.

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Final Rankings of Completed Tournaments

1st AHF Cup (men) Hong Kong 22-30/11/97:
1. Hong Kong-China, 2. Oman, 3. Sri Lanka, 4. Singapore, 5. Uzbekistan, 6. Macau, 7. Chinese Taipei. The first two teams qualify for the 5th Asian Cup to be played in 1999. (Full match details can be found in results section of the site.)

1st AHF Cup (Women) Singapore 6-14/12/97:
1. Kazhakstan, 2. Singapore, 3. Malaysia, 4. Sri Lanka, 5. Chinese Taipei, 6. Hong Kong-China. The first two teams qualify for the 4th Asia Cup to be played in 1999. (Full match details can be found in results section of the site.)

4th South American Championship (men) Santiago (Chile) 18-24/1/98:
1. Argentina, 2. Chile, 3. Peru, 4. Uruguay, 5. Brazil.

5th South American Championship (women) Santiago (Chile) 18-24/1/98:
1. Argentina, 2. Chile, 3. Uruguay, 4. Paraguay.

8th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup (men) Ipoh (MAS) 28/2 to 9/3/98:
1. Australia, 2. Germany, 3. Korea, 4. New Zealand, 5. England, 6. Malaysia. (Full match details can be found in results section of the site.)

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.