June 22

Netherlands’ Victory Over The Women’s Hockey World Cup Title

With only two contestants remain at the peak of the Women’s Hockey World Cup in Den Hague, the Netherlands team won its righteous title of the world cup title, and managed to beat Australia on the score of 2-0 in Kyocera Stadium, last Saturday. Out of the four encounters of the two teams, Netherlands have won three of them, with overall seven achievements of the Women’s Hockey World Cup Title.
The Netherlands had an impressive long list of history being a winner to so many sports competitions, and hockey is just one of them. During the earlier tournaments of Women’s Hockey World Cup, dated back to 1990, the country sportsman and women had managed to make the country proud by bringing victory to both men and women hockey competitions. The Netherlands are remarkable for their dynamic and durable performances from time to time. Many of the players have the capability of turning the game, even the penalty stroke into their favor.
There are so many famous names on the fields, such as Ross Dross, Captain Martje Paumen, and many more. They have contributed many medals and pride to the country, and it seems that one can expect more of that brilliance in the future too.

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