New Zealand first team to qualify for semi-finals of Nations Cup


PETALING JAYA: Paris Olympics-bound New Zealand are on a roll at the Hockey Nations Cup in Poland after marching into the semi-finals by winning all four of their Group A matches.

The Black Sticks concluded their group campaign with an emphatic 4-2 win over South Korea on Tuesday to emerge as the favourites.

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