Field hockey at the 2010 Asian Games – Women

The women's field hockey at the 2010 Asian Games was held in Guangzhou from 13 November to 24 November, 2010 at the Aoti Hockey Field.

Women's field hockey tournament
at the 2010 Asian Games
Tournament details
Host country China
CityGuangzhou
Dates13–24 November 2010
Teams8
Venue(s)Aoti Hockey Field
Medalists
gold medal 
silver medal 
bronze medal 
Tournament statistics
Matches played24
Goals scored124 (5.17 per match)
Top scorer(s)5 Players (see list below) (7 goals)
2006 (previous) (next) 2014

China won the tournament for the third time after defeating South Korea 5–4 in a penalty shoot-out after the final finished as a 0–0 draw.

OfficialsEdit

The following umpires were appointed by the FIH and AHF to officiate the tournament:

  • Mercedes Sánchez (ARG)
  • Chen Hong (CHN)
  • Miao Lin (CHN)
  • Christiane Hippler (GER)
  • Kitty Yau (HKG)
  • Anupama Puchimanda (IND)
  • Nor Piza Hassan (MAS)
  • Miskarmalia Mohd Ariffin (SGP)
  • Lynn Hassan (SGP)
  • Lesley Nunn (RSA)
  • Kang Hyun-young (KOR)

SquadsEdit

ResultsEdit

All times are China Standard Time (UTC+08:00).

Preliminary roundEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1   China 6 5 1 0 31 4 +27 16 Gold Medal Match
2   South Korea 6 5 1 0 24 5 +19 16
3   Japan 6 4 0 2 21 7 +14 12 Bronze Medal Match
4   India 6 3 0 3 24 6 +18 9
5   Malaysia 6 2 0 4 12 18 −6 6 Fifth Place Match
6   Thailand 6 1 0 5 5 44 −39 3
7   Kazakhstan 6 0 0 6 3 36 −33 0
Source: Guangzhou2010
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) goals scored; 4) head-to-head result.[1]

Pool matchesEdit

13 November 2010
15:30
Japan   5–0   Kazakhstan
Murakami   10'29'
Mitsuhashi   17'
Nakashima   21'
AWARDED Domashneva   65'
Umpires:
Kang Hyun-young (KOR)
Miskarmalia Mohd Ariffin (SGP)
13 November 2010
17:30
South Korea   5–0   Thailand
Kim E.   13'
Park M.   40'66'
Cheon   54'68'
Umpires:
Lynn Hassan (SGP)
Christiane Hippler (GER)
13 November 2010
19:30
India   4–0   Malaysia
Chanchan   26'
Deepika   43'
Rani   53'
Surinder   67'
Umpires:
Miao Lin (CHN)
Lesley Nunn (RSA)

14 November 2010
15:30
South Korea   10–3   Kazakhstan
Kim B.   4'
Lee   24'30'35'36'40'50'
Park M.   56'69'
Kim Jong-E.   66'
Chsherbakova   21'39'
Mikheichik   64'
Umpires:
Nor Piza Hassan (MAS)
Kitty Yau (HKG)
14 November 2010
17:30
Japan   4–2   Malaysia
Chiba   3'63'
Murakami   12'
Nakagawa   68'
Noor   55'
Norfaraha   61'
Umpires:
Chen Hong (CHN)
Mercedes Sánchez (ARG)
14 November 2010
19:30
China   13–0   Thailand
Ma Y.   4'11'43'47'
Zhao   7'22'
Song   24'50'
Gao   26'
Wang   28'
De.   32'
Xu   60'
Sun   63'
Umpires:
Kim Jung-hee (KOR)
Anupama Puchimanda (IND)

16 November 2010
13:00
Japan   3–0   India
Nakagawa   10'
Chiba   31'
Arai   69'
Umpires:
Christiane Hippler (GER)
Miao Lin (CHN)
16 November 2010
14:30
South Korea   4–0   Malaysia
Park M.   27'
Cheon   39'
Kim E.   49'
Lee   67'
Umpires:
Mercedes Sánchez (ARG)
Lesley Nunn (RSA)
16 November 2010
15:00
China   5–0   Kazakhstan
Ma Y.   2'
Zhao   11'
Song   19'
AWARDED
Umpires:
Nor Piza Hassan (MAS)
Miskarmalia Mohd Ariffin (SGP)

17 November 2010
14:30
South Korea   1–0   India
Kim Jong-H.   8'
Umpires:
Mercedes Sánchez (ARG)
Chen Hong (CHN)
17 November 2010
18:00
Kazakhstan   0–5   Thailand
Chsherbakova   5'12'43' AWARDED
Umpires:
Kang Hyun-young (KOR)
Kitty Yau (HKG)
17 November 2010
20:00
China   6–0   Malaysia
Zhao   16'44'
Ren   30'
Fu   35'
Xu   55'
Ma W.   70'
Umpires:
Kim Jung-hee (KOR)
Anupama Puchimada (IND)

19 November 2010
13:00
India   13–0   Thailand
Chanchan   12'
Saba   15'
Rani   20'42'66'
Subhadra   24'57'
Surinder   28'31'60'63'
Poonam   34'
Joydeep   65'
Umpires:
Lynn Hassan (SGP)
Lesley Nunn (RSA)
19 November 2010
14:30
Malaysia   5–0   Kazakhstan
Norazlin   17'66'
Nadia   41'
Fazilla   56'
AWARDED
Umpires:
Kim Jung-hee (KOR)
Miao Lin (CHN)
19 November 2010
15:00
China   3–1   Japan
Zhao   11'26'
Gao   14'
Murakami   53'
Umpires:
Christiane Hippler (GER)
Kang Hyun-young (KOR)

20 November 2010
14:30
Japan   8–0   Thailand
Mistsuhashi   20'
Otsuka   32'
Yamamoto   45'49'
Arai   56'
Murakami   63'
Chiba   68'69'
Umpires:
Nor Piza Hassan (MAS)
Kitty Yau (HKG)
20 November 2010
18:00
India   6–0   Kazakhstan
Rani   24'44'70'
Jasjeet   40'
Surinder   54'
Saba   66'
Umpires:
Chen Hong (CHN)
Miskarmalia Mohd Ariffin (SGP)
20 November 2010
20:00
China   2–2   South Korea
Fu   36'46' Park M.   10'62'
Umpires:
Christiane Hippler (GER)
Mercedes Sánchez (ARG)

22 November 2010
15:30
Malaysia   5–0   Thailand
Siti   24'
Hidayah   32'70'
Norfaraha   33'
Norazlin   37'
Umpires:
Anupama Puchimanda (IND)
Lynn Hassan (SGP)
22 November 2010
17:30
South Korea   2–0   Japan
Kim Jong-E.   41'65'
Umpires:
Miao Lin (CHN)
Christiane Hippler (GER)
22 November 2010
19:30
China   2–1   India
Wang   27'
Xu   30'
Surinder   65'
Umpires:
Kang Hyun-young (KOR)
Lesley Nunn (RSA)
  • Three players from Kazakhstan: Anastassiya Chsherbakova, Alessya Pyotukh and Yuliya Mikheichik were found guilty of representing Belarus in the 2010 World Cup Qualifiers earlier this year in Kazan, Russia. All matches that Kazakhstan lost below five goals margin was revised to 0–5 and those matches beyond that score are stand.[2]

Classification roundEdit

Fifth and sixth placeEdit

24 November 2010
09:00
Malaysia   3–0   Thailand
Siti   13'
Nadia   34'
Fazilla   57'
Umpires:
Kim Jung-hee (KOR)
Miskarmalia Mohd Ariffin (SGP)

Bronze Medal MatchEdit

24 November 2010
14:00
Japan   1–0 (a.e.t.)   India
Manabe   78'
Umpires:
Miao Lin (CHN)
Kang Hyun-young (KOR)

Gold Medal MatchEdit

24 November 2010
17:00
China   0–0 (a.e.t.)   South Korea
Penalties
Ma Y.  
Song  
Fu  
Zhao  
Sun  
5–4   Kim E.
  Kim B.
  Lee
  Kim Y.
  Kim Jong-E.
Umpires:
Mercedes Sánchez (ARG)
Christiane Hippler (GER)

StatisticsEdit

Final standingsEdit

As per statistical convention in field hockey, matches decided in extra time are counted as wins and losses, while matches decided by penalty shoot-outs are counted as draws.

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Status
    China 7 5 2 0 31 4 +27 17 Qualified for 2012 Summer Olympics
    South Korea 7 5 2 0 24 5 +19 17
    Japan 7 5 0 2 22 7 +15 15
4   India 7 3 0 4 24 7 +17 9
5   Malaysia 7 3 0 4 15 18 −3 9
6   Thailand 7 1 0 6 5 47 −42 3
7   Kazakhstan 6 0 0 6 3 36 −33 0

GoalscorersEdit

  • Due to forfeit matches, Kazakhstan are counted as scoring 9 own goals.

There were 124 goals scored in 24 matches, for an average of 5.17 goals per match.

7 goals

5 goals

3 goals

2 goals

1 goal

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Regulations
  2. ^ Ransom, Ian (2010-10-20). "Nation-hopping Kazakh trio thrown out of hockey tournament". Reuters. Retrieved 2010-11-22.

External linksEdit