Begin the Super Series Hockey tournament 2012 of the 1st match against Pakistan vs Australia on 22 November 2012 at 19:20 local -11:20 GMT live in Perth Hockey Stadium in Bentley, WA (AUS). We will be providing live score updates with full information on here. There are four International teams included in Super Series Hockey tournament Pakistan, Australia, India and England.
The first opening match played against Pakistan vs Australia. Both teams are good progress on previous tournaments. Pakistan Hockey Team is leaving for Australia to participate in International Super Series Hockey 9’s tournament, the warm up tournament for the forthcoming Champions Trophy in Melbourne. Described as hockey’s version to T20 cricket, Hockey 9’s is played with only nine players per side and 20 minute halves.
Pakistan vs Australia Live Score Super Hockey Series 2012
Tournament: Super Series Hockey tournament 2012
venue:Perth Hockey Stadium in Bentley, WA (Aus)
Match: Pakistan vs Australia 1st match
Time: 2012 at 19:20 local – 11:20 GMT
Date: 22 November 2012
Pakistan 2 : 4 Australia
Australia won by 2 Goals.
The innovative International Super Series Hockey 9’s tournament is sure to draw comparisons with cricket’s game changing T20. The Pakistan will face teams from England, India, Australia and Malaysia this weekend in the International tournament Super Series Hockey 9’s at the Perth hockey stadium. There has been few modification to rules of 1st edition (2011), which includes increasing the duration of a half to 20 minutes which was 15 minutes in last edition. Additional 10 minutes of the game, will not only ensure the plenty of action and goals but also will test the fitness levels of the sides, especially Asian giants India and Pakistan.
The 9th ranked nation in the world played an excellent 2012 London Olympic tournament, finishing 7th. With the majority of their team experiencing the new format of hockey at last year’s inaugural tournament, Pakistan will be looking to showcase their skill and speed against higher ranked nations England and Australia, and arch rival India.