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Philippines

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Season 2016-2017

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Recent gamesseason 2016-2017
Mar. 11 17 | 13:00Philippines - Malaysia3-1
Mar. 12 17 | 13:00New Zealand - Philippines8-0
Mar. 14 17 | 13:00Philippines - United Arab Emirates3-2
Current rosterseason 2016-2017
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GMa Jessica Cabili17.03.1992171 cm56 kgleft
GCamille Pastrana12.06.1994171 cm56 kgright
DRita Ann Ceguerra06.12.1985163 cm72 kgright
DLaura Jane Cortez09.07.1981160 cm62 kgright
DEadrea Ham06.01.1998168 cm69 kgright
DChristel Janine Mamaril13.10.1984157 cm65 kgright
DAlyssa Candace Sanchez21.11.1991150 cm52 kgright
DNikka Marie Villanueva05.06.1989160 cm56 kgleft
FJulia Mari Abitria28.09.2000158 cm69 kgright
FPatricia Co22.12.1997153 cm58 kgleft
FBianca Yasmine Cuevas03.09.1998152 cm58 kgright
FKayla Herbolario31.08.1994159 cm45 kgleft
FDanielle Lourdes Imperial11.02.1997159 cm52 kgright
FCassia Zeth Marino08.01.1997156 cm71 kgright
FMariah Crystal Santos26.08.1998150 cm50 kgright
FMaikkie Wendell See18.07.1995155 cm53 kgright
FHenrietta Jayne Smith25.02.2001162 cm53 kgright
FMelanie Tikhonova09.11.1998165 cm54 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Francois Gautier28.11.1983GM
Steven Füglister25.01.1986Head Coach
Paul Sanchez19.04.1990Assistant Coach

* no longer in the club

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Jonathan De Castro named Head Coach of Philippines

Filipino-American Jonathan de Castro is the new Head Coach of Philippines Men's National Team. De Castro, from Long Beach, California, worked as goaltending coach in the New York area, for Long Island Royals and Manhattanville College men and women teams. From last January he worked also as Director of Hockey Development and Director of Player and Coaching Development for the Philippine Hockey Federation. DE Castro will lead Philippines at the Challenge Cup of Asia in Manila from April 3 to 8

(02 Apr 2018)
 

Chinese Taipei U18 and Malaysia win titles in Kuala Lumpur

The Women's Challenge Cup of Asia was played this week in MyNiss Arena in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Chinese Taipei U18 won the elite division after beating Thailand 5-3, New Zealand U18 4-1 and Singapore 12-1.

Malaysia won division one after wins against Philippines 3-1, India 5-0 and United Arab Emirates 5-3.

(11 Mar 2018)
 

2017 Southeast Asian Games starts

The 2017 Southeast Asian Games started today in Kuala Lumpur. In the opening game Malaysia beat Indonesia 10-3.

(20 Aug 2017)
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Fast factsseason 2016-2017
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Philippines participates in season 2016-2017: Asian Winter Games - Division 2, Women’s Challenge Cup of Asia

 
 
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