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Hockey - 16. August 2007.

BRITISH EUROSPORT TO SCREEN EURO HOCKEY NATIONS CHAMPIONSHIPS 2007


British Eurosport will have comprehensive coverage of the forthcoming EuroHockey Nations Championships 2007, which takes place from 18th-26th August at Belle Vue in Manchester. British Eurosport will be able to screen England’s highs and lows as they gun for Olympic Qualification for Beijing 2008 as the tournament offers the top three teams in each category direct qualification for next year’s Olympic Games.

The schedule of coverage is as follows:

Saturday 18th August 2007

15.00-16.30 – Live women’s group stage: England vs. Ireland

Monday 20th August 2007

11.00-12.30 – Live women’s group stage: Germany vs. Ukraine

15.00-16.30 – Live women’s group stage: Netherlands vs. Ireland

Tuesday 21st August 2007

13.45-15.00 – Delayed women’s group stage: England vs. Italy

15.00-16.30 – Live women’s group stage: Ireland vs. Italy

17.15-18.30 – Live women’s group stage: Germany vs. Spain

18.30-19.00 – Women’s group stage action

19.00-20.30 – Live women’s group stage: England vs. Netherlands

Thursday 23rd August 2007

16.00-16.45 - Live women’s semi-finals

17.00-17.30 – Live women’s semi-finals

17.30-18.30 – Delayed women’s semi-finals

18.30-20.00 – Live women’s semi-finals

Saturday 25th August 2007

16.15-16.30 – Delayed women’s third place play-off

16.30-18.00 – Live women’s final


Both the England men and women’s team will kick-off their European challenge this weekend in Manchester. The women face Ireland on Saturday 18th at 15.00 whilst the men will have to wait until Sunday where they face Belgium, a team which the men recently beat 6-2 during June’s Champions Challenge in Antwerp.

Tickets are still available and can be bought through the tournament website – www.eurohockeymanchester2007.com

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