India qualified post securing the Asian title
In front of the FIH Ladies’ Hockey 5s World Cup Oman 2024, which will occur from 24th January 2024 to 31st January 2024, in Muscat, Oman, the worldwide body, FIH, revealed the pools and the match plan on Sunday. A sum of 16 countries will contend in the debut version of the competition and they have been isolated into 4 gatherings, with India being put in Pool C alongside the US, Poland and Namibia.
In different pools, has Oman were attracted Pool An alongside Malaysia, Fiji and the Netherlands. Australia, South Africa, Ukraine and Zambia are put in Pool B, while New Zealand, Uruguay, Thailand and Paraguay are put in Pool D.
The Indian Ladies’ Hockey Group got their capability for the FIH Ladies’ Hockey5s World Cup Oman 2024 in the wake of winning the debut Ladies’ Hockey5s Asia Cup 2023 by overcoming Thailand 7-2 in the Last. In the Last, Mariana Kujur, Monika Dipi Toppo, Jyoti, Chief Navjot Kaur and Mahima Choudhary were on track which assisted the Indian Ladies’ Hockey With joining lift the slippery Prize. India finished off the Tip top Gathering with a sum of 9 focuses from three matches.
It should be referenced that Navjot Kaur drove the Indian Group and they were undefeated all through the esteemed competition, which likewise filled in as a passing occasion for the FIH Ladies’ Hockey5s World Cup Oman 2024.
Navjot Kaur stated, “It’s an exciting Pool and I am looking forward to competing with some very strong teams “It’s an exciting Pool and I am looking forward to competing with some very strong teams. Having won the inaugural FIH Women’s Hockey5s Asia Cup 2023, the confidence among the players is high and they all are ready to play the FIH Women’s Hockey5s World Cup Oman 2024 and bring glory to the country.
“It is an honour to represent the country at the highest level in this format and we will make sure that we get our hands on the trophy.”
Talking on India’s trip in the competition, Navjot’s representative during the Ladies’ Hockey5s Asia Cup 2023, Jyoti said, “It was a serious competition and playing against quality groups will help us proceeding. It has been a decent growth opportunity for every single player. Notwithstanding, we will continue really buckling down in our preparation and give everything when we are out there on the field.
“We will not be taking anything for granted. We played some good hockey in the FIH Women’s Hockey 5s Asia Cup, and we hope to continue the same form in the FIH Women’s Hockey5s World Cup Oman 2024.