Dutch Women's team win silver at World Indoor Hockey Championships
The Dutch women's indoor hockey team have lost the final to Germany at the World Championships in Poznan, Poland.
Four years ago the Dutch women's team won the world champion title in Vienna. In the final, the ladies were in the lead in the third minute after a goal by Kiki Collot d'Escury. But by half time Germany were back in control with 1-2. After the break German star player Fanny Rinne brought the scoring up to 1-4 scoring two goals with as many corners.
Merel de Blaey failed to score a penalty for Holland leaving it up to Collot 'd'Escury once again to restore the Netherlands honour bringing the final score to 2-4 .
The Dutch men's team finished in fifth place.
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