2010 Asian Roller Hockey Championship

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Asia Cup 2012
2010 Asian Roller Hockey Championship
Tournament details
Host country China
Dates 9 January – 15 January
Teams 4
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions Macau Macau (16th title)
Runners-up Japan Japan
Third place India India
Fourth place Taiwan Taiwan
Tournament statistics
Matches played 6
Goals scored 50 (8.33 per match)
2009
2011

The 13th Asian Roller Hockey Championship, was held in Dalian, China, between 9 and 15 January 2010. The place of the matches was the Dalian Nationalities University. This Tournament is organized by the Confederation of Asia Roller Sports (CARS) and is the Rink Hockey Asian Championship.

Men Championship[edit]

The Men's National teams participating were Macau, Japan, Taiwan and India.

Macau's Team was composed by the following players: Keepers: Leong Chak In and Paulo Gibelino. Field Players: Nuno Antunes, Hélder Ricardo, Augusto Ramos, Ricardo Atraca, Alexandre Torrão, Dinísio da Luz, Alfredo Almeida and Alberto Lisboa Trainer: Alberto Lisboa

Results

12-01-2010 Macau 6-2 Taiwan
Macau Goals by: Nuno Antunes (3), Alberto Lisboa, Augusto Fernandes e Ricardo Atraca
12-01-2010 Japan 4-3 India
13-01-2010 Macau 12-7 India
Macau Goals by: Hélder Ricardo (4), Alberto Lisboa (3), Augusto Fernandes (3) e Nuno Antunes (2)
13-01-2010 Japan 4-1 Taiwan
14-01-2010 India 5-2 Taiwan
14-01-2010 Macau 2-2 Japan
Macau Goals by: Hélder Ricardo e Ricardo Atraca

Winner 2nd place 3rd place 4th place
Macau Macau Japan Japan India India Taiwan Taiwan

Ladies Championship[edit]

The Women's National teams participating are Macau, Japan, Taiwan and India.

Macau's Team was composed by the following players: Keepers: Michelle Ritchie and Palmira Pena. Field Players: Sara Barrias, Dulce Atraca, Shelley Calangi, Cíntia Leite, A Weng and Kok Ka Man. Trainer: Alberto Lisboa.

Results

11-01-2010 Taiwan - India
11-01-2010 Japan 5-0 Macau
12-01-2010 India 12-1 Macau
Macau Goals by: Dulce Atraca Lisboa
12-01-2010 Japan - Taiwan
13-01-2010 India - Japan
13-01-2010 Macau 1-13 Taiwan
Macau Goals by: Sara Barrias

Winner 2nd place 3rd place 4th place
India India Japan Japan Taiwan Taiwan Macau Macau

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