Day 05 Updated Womens Junior AHF CUP 2024


Chinese Taipei Dominates Bangladesh with a 3-0 Victory in Women’s Junior AHF Cup 2024

Singapore, June 19, 2024 – Chinese Taipei delivered an outstanding performance, securing a decisive 3-0 win over Bangladesh in the Women’s Junior AHF Cup held in Singapore. The match, played at the Singapore Hockey Stadium, highlighted the strength and skill of the Chinese Taipei team as they outclassed their opponents.

Chinese Taipei took control of the game early on, showcasing their superior tactics and teamwork. The first goal came in the 15th minute from forward Mei-Ling Chen, who skillfully navigated through Bangladesh’s defense to score. The early lead set the tone for the rest of the match, with Chinese Taipei maintaining pressure on Bangladesh’s defense.

The second half saw Chinese Taipei continue their dominance. Midfielder Ai-Ling Wang doubled the lead in the 40th minute with a powerful shot that left the Bangladeshi goalkeeper with no chance. As Bangladesh struggled to find their rhythm, Chinese Taipei capitalized on their advantage. In the 55th minute, forward Shu-Fen Lin sealed the victory with a third goal, ensuring a comfortable win for her team.

Thailand Secures Dominant 4-0 Victory Over Hong Kong China in Women’s Junior AHF Cup 2024

Singapore, June 19, 2024 – Thailand showcased their prowess in women’s field hockey with a commanding 4-0 win over Hong Kong China in the Women’s Junior AHF Cup held in Singapore. The match, held at the Singapore Hockey Stadium, was a testament to Thailand’s skill and strategic superiority, as they outplayed their opponents from start to finish.

Thailand took early control of the match, demonstrating their offensive strength. The first goal came in the 10th minute, with forward Suthida Chaiyaphum finding the back of the net through a well-coordinated play. The

The second half continued in the same vein, with Thailand dominating possession and creating numerous scoring opportunities. In the 45th minute, forward Natcha Promruang added a third goal, further extending Thailand’s lead. Hong Kong China’s attempts to mount a comeback were thwarted by Thailand’s solid defense and effective midfield control.

The final blow came in the 60th minute, when Suthida Chaiyaphum scored her second goal of the match, sealing a comprehensive 4-0 victory for Thailand. The team’s performance was marked by excellent coordination and relentless pressure on their opponents.

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