1997 Women's Hockey World Cup Qualifier

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The ninth Women's Hockey World Cup Qualifier for the World Cup in Utrecht, Netherlands was held in the Magamba Stadium in Harare, Zimbabwe, from Friday 1 August to Tuesday 12 August 1997. Twelve nations took part, divided into two groups of six in the preliminary round. The top six teams joined Argentina, Olympic champions Australia, Germany, South Korea, the United States and hosts the Netherlands.

Team squads[edit]

 Canada[edit]

Dana Anderson, Sue Armstrong, Nicole Colaco, Lisa Faust, Sarah Forbes (gk), Aoibhinn Grimes, Chris Hunter, Laurelee Kopeck, Amy MacFarlane, Karen MacNeill, Veronica Planella, Gillian Sewell, Carla Somerville, Sue Tingley, Krista Thompson (gk), and Candy Thomson. Head Coach: Dru Marshall.

 India[edit]

Tingonleima Chanu (gk), Helen Mary (gk), Sandeep Khaur, Shashi Bala (captain), Maristella Tirkey, Mukta Xalco, Sita Gussain, Sumrai Tete, Sunita Dalal, Nidhi Khullar, Manjinder Kaur, Pritam Thakran, Kamala Dalal, Suraj Lata Devi, Jyoti Sunita Kullu, and Ferdina Ekka. Head coach: Balbir Singh.

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Points G W D L GF GA Diff
1.  South Africa 13 5 4 1 0 20 6 +14
2.  India 9 5 3 0 2 7 6 +1
3.  England 9 5 2 3 0 10 7 +3
4.  Ireland 4 5 1 1 3 5 10 −5
5.  Japan 4 5 1 1 3 10 15 −5
6.  Canada 2 5 0 2 3 5 13 −8


Match 1
1 August
14:30
India  1–0  Ireland


Match 2
1 August
16:30
England  1–1  Canada


Match 4
1 August
20:30
Japan  1–6  South Africa


Match 7
2 August
18:00
India  0–1  England


Match 8
2 August
20:00
South Africa  3–0  Ireland


Match 9
3 August
14:00
Canada  2–4  Japan


Match 13
4 August
16:00
Canada  1–4  South Africa


Match 14
4 August
18:00
Japan  2–3  India


Match 15
4 August
20:00
England  3–1  Ireland


Match 19
6 August
14:00
South Africa  3–0  India


Match 20
6 August
16:00
Ireland  1–1  Canada


Match 21
6 August
18:00
Japan  1–1  England


Match 25
7 August
18:00
England  4–4  South Africa


Match 26
7 August
20:00
India  3–0  Canada


Match 27
8 August
14:00
Ireland  3–2  Japan

Group B[edit]

Team Points G W D L GF GA Diff
1.  New Zealand 11 5 3 2 0 20 6 +14
2.  Scotland 10 5 3 1 1 14 2 +12
3.  China 8 5 2 2 1 16 4 +12
4.  Russia 7 5 2 1 2 12 8 +4
5.  Spain 5 5 1 2 2 7 7 0
6.  Zimbabwe 0 5 0 0 5 0 42 −42


Match 3
1 August
18:30
China  2–2  New Zealand


Match 5
2 August
14:00
Spain  1–1  Russia


Match 6
2 August
16:00
Scotland  9–0  Zimbabwe


Match 10
3 August
16:00
Zimbabwe  0–11  China


Match 11
3 August
18:00
Russia  1–0  Scotland


Match 12
3 August
20:00
Spain  1–2  New Zealand


Match 16
5 August
16:00
Scotland  1–1  New Zealand


Match 17
5 August
18:00
Spain  1–1  China


Match 18
5 August
20:00
Zimbabwe  0–8  Russia


Match 22
6 August
20:00
Scotland  3–0  Spain


Match 23
7 August
14:00
New Zealand  10–0  Zimbabwe


Match 24
7 August
16:00
Russia  0–2  China


Match 28
8 August
16:00
Zimbabwe  0–4  Spain


Match 29
8 August
18:00
New Zealand  5–2  Russia


Match 30
8 August
20:00
China  0–1  Scotland

Semi finals[edit]

Match 31
9th/12th place
10 August
09:00
Japan  5–2  Zimbabwe


Match 32
9th/12th place
10 August
11:30
Spain  3–2  Canada


Match 33
5th/8th place
10 August
15:00
England  2–1  Russia


Match 34
5th/8th place
10 August
17:30
China  3–0  Ireland


Match 37
1st/4th place
11 August
15:00
South Africa  2–1  Scotland


Match 38
1st/4th place
11 August
17:30
New Zealand  2–1  India

Finals[edit]

Match 36
11th place
11 August
09:00
Canada  5–0  Zimbabwe
Amy MacFarlane 17'
Laurelee Kopeck 20' (pc)
Dana Anderson 26' (pc)
Sue Armstrong 37' (pc)
Dana Anderson 50'


Match 37
9th place
11 August
11:30
Japan  0–4  Spain


Match 39
7th place
12 August
09:00
Ireland  2–4  Russia


Match 40
5th place
12 August
11:30
China  1–1  England
England wins after penalty strokes


Match 41
3rd place
12 August
15:00
India  1–1  Scotland
Scotland wins after penalty strokes


Match 42
1st place
12 August
17:30
New Zealand  2–2  South Africa
South Africa wins after penalty strokes

Final ranking[edit]

RANK TEAM
1.  South Africa
2.  New Zealand
3.  Scotland
4.  India
5.  England
6.  China
7.  Russia
8.  Ireland
9.  Spain
10.  Japan
11.  Canada
12.  Zimbabwe

Remarks[edit]

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