Day 06 Updated Women’s Junior AHF Cup 2024


Chinese Taipei Defeats Indonesia with a 5-0 Victory in Women’s Junior AHF Cup 2024

Singapore, June 20, 2024 – Chinese Taipei showcased their dominance with a decisive 5-0 win over Indonesia in the Women’s Junior AHF Cup held in Singapore. The match, played at the Singapore Hockey Stadium, was a display of Chinese Taipei set the tone early in the match, taking control from the outset. The first goal came in the 12th minute, with forward  scoring a well-placed shot that beat the Indonesian goalkeeper. Chinese Taipei continued to press their advantage, and in the 22nd minute, midfielder Ai-Ling Wang doubled their lead with a powerful strike from the top of the circle. By halftime, Chinese Taipei was firmly in control, leading 2-0.Chinese Taipei’s superior skill and strategic execution, leaving Indonesia struggling to keep pace.

The second half saw Chinese Taipei maintaining their aggressive play and further extending their lead. In the 35th minute, forward added a third goal, capitalizing on a defensive lapse by Indonesia. The pressure continued to mount on Indonesia, and in the 45th minute, midfielder scored the fourth goal with a brilliant solo effort.

Chinese Taipei’s dominance was capped off in the 55th minute when Mei-Ling Chen scored her second goal of the match, sealing a comprehensive 5-0 victory. Despite Indonesia’s efforts to counterattack, Chinese Taipei’s defense remained solid, ensuring a clean sheet.

Sri Lanka Edges Out Singapore with a 2-1 Victory in Women’s Junior AHF Cup 2024

Singapore, June 20, 2024 – In a thrilling match, Sri Lanka secured a narrow 2-1 win over Singapore in the Women’s Junior AHF Cup held in Singapore. The intense game at the Singapore Hockey Stadium showcased the competitive spirit and skill of both teams.The match began with both teams displaying strong defensive strategies and looking for opportunities to break through. Sri Lanka took the lead in the 15th minute with a brilliant goal from forward

The second half saw Singapore increasing their efforts to level the score. Their persistence paid off in the 40th minute when midfielder Grace Tan scored a well-executed goal, bringing the score to 1-1. The match continued with high intensity, as both teams vied for the winning goal.

In the 55th minute, Sri Lanka regained the lead with a stunning goal from midfielder Tharushi Silva, who delivered a powerful shot that left the Singaporean goalkeeper with no chance. Despite Singapore’s relentless attacks in the final minutes, Sri Lanka’s defense remained solid, securing a hard-fought 2-1 victory.

, who capitalized on a defensive lapse by Singapore. Despite several attempts by Singapore to equalize, Sri Lanka’s defense held firm, and the first half ended with Sri Lanka leading 1-0.


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