1993 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy

The 1993 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy was the 15th edition of the Hockey Champions Trophy men's field hockey tournament. It took place from July 3–11, 1993 in the Tun Razak Hockey Stadium in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.[1]

1993 Men's Hockey
Champions Trophy
Tournament details
Host countryMalaysia
CityKuala Lumpur
Dates3–11 July
Teams6
Venue(s)Tun Razak Hockey Stadium
Final positions
Champions Australia (6th title)
Runner-up Germany
Third place Netherlands
Tournament statistics
Matches played18
Goals scored75 (4.17 per match)
Top scorer(s)Netherlands Taco van den Honert (8 goals)
1992 (previous) (next) 1994

For the second time in the history the annual six nations tournament ended with play-offs, in which the numbers one and two from the round robin faced each other in the final. The numbers three and four played the bronze medal game, while the numbers five and six tried to avoid relegation in their fifth and sixth place match.

ResultsEdit

PoolEdit

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
  Germany 5 5 0 0 15 6 +9 10
  Australia 5 3 0 2 12 8 +4 6
  Netherlands 5 3 0 2 8 7 +1 6
  Pakistan 5 2 1 2 10 8 +2 5
  Malaysia 5 1 1 3 8 13 −5 3
  Spain 5 0 0 5 2 13 −11 0
3 July 1993
16:00
Netherlands   2–1   Malaysia
Drenth   23'
Brinkman   33'
Report Lim Chiow Chuan   62'
Umpires:
Steve Horgan (USA)
Don Prior (AUS)

3 July 1993
18:00
Germany   2–0   Spain
Michel   10'
Mayerhöfer   54'
Report
Umpires:
Rob Lathouwers (NED)
Sathasivan Yasudhasan (MAS)

3 July 1993
20:00
Australia   2–1   Pakistan
Hager   4'
Wansbrough   60'
Report Zaman   55'
Umpires:
Santiago Deo (ESP)
Richard Wolter (GER)

4 July 1993
17:00
Spain   1–2   Malaysia
Usoz   39' Report Lim Chiow Chuan   25'
Zaini   43'
Umpires:
Shafat Baghdadi (PAK)
Kiyoshi Sana (JPN)

4 July 1993
19:00
Germany   3–2   Pakistan
Moissl   7'
Mayerhöfer   15'
Blunck   29'
Report Masadduq   6'
Bashir   57'
Umpires:
Don Prior (AUS)
Sasidharan Vasutheven (MAS)

5 July 1993
17:30
Netherlands   1–0   Australia
Brinkman   48' Report
Umpires:
Santiago Deo (ESP)
Sathasivan Yasidhasan (MAS)

6 July 1993
16:00
Spain   1–5   Australia
Iglesias   52' Report Wansbrough   5'
Hager   23'44'
Carey   35'
Stacy   55'
Umpires:
Shafat Baghdadi (PAK)
Sasidharan Vasutheven (MAS)

6 July 1993
18:00
Germany   4–1   Malaysia
Michel   11'16'
Dorflinger   52'
Waldhauser   54'
Report Nawawi   60'
Umpires:
Steve Horgan (USA)
Rob Lathouwers (NED)

6 July 1993
20:00
Netherlands   1–3   Pakistan
Brinkman   57' Report Bashir   33'
Ashraf   35'50'
Umpires:
Kiyoshi Sana (JPN)
Richard Wolter (GER)

7 July 1993
18:00
Malaysia   2–2   Pakistan
Nawawi   41'53' Report Bashir   25'48'
Umpires:
Santiago Deo (ESP)
Rob Lathouwers (NED)

8 July 1993
17:00
Netherlands   2–0   Spain
Van den Honert   39'59' Report
Umpires:
Don Prior (AUS)
Sasidharan Vasutheven (MAS)

8 July 1993
19:00
Australia   1–3   Germany
Hager   51' Report Schiefer   24'
Dorflinger   34'
Saliger   54'
Umpires:
Shafat Baghdadi (PAK)
Kiyoshi Sana (JPN)

9 July 1993
16:00
Pakistan   2–0   Spain
Ashraf   26'
Bashir   48'
Report
Umpires:
Rob Lathouwers (NED)
Sathasivan Yasudhasan (MAS)

9 July 1993
18:00
Malaysia   2–4   Australia
Zaini   18'69' Report Hager   20'27'
Davies   21'49'
Umpires:
Steve Horgan (USA)
Richard Wolter (GER)

9 July 1993
20:00
Netherlands   2–3   Germany
Van den Honert   6'
Veen   30'
Report Blunck   19'53'
Michel   35'
Umpires:
Santiago Deo (ESP)
Don Prior (AUS)

ClassificationEdit

Fifth and sixth placeEdit

11 July 1993
08:00
Spain   5–3   Malaysia
Arnau   20'24'
Iglesias   44'
Dinares   55'68'
Report Zaini   12'17'
Ariffin   70'
Umpires:
Steve Horgan (USA)
Kiyoshi Sana (JPN)

Third and fourth placeEdit

11 July 1993
14:00
Netherlands   6–2   Pakistan
Van den Honert   11'46'59'64'68'
Brinkman   15'
Report Bashir   14'
Ashraf   19'
Umpires:
Richard Wolter (GER)
Sathasivan Yasudhasan (MAS)

FinalEdit

11 July 1993
16:15
Australia   4–0   Germany
Wansbrough   20'
Hager   45'
Bodimeade   47'55'
Report
Umpires:
Santiago Deo (ESP)
Rob Lathouwers (NED)

Final standingsEdit

  1.   Australia
  2.   Germany
  3.   Netherlands
  4.   Pakistan
  5.   Spain
  6.   Malaysia

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Champions Trophy 1993". FIH.

External linksEdit