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The 2003 Men's Champions Challenge is the second tournament of the Champions Challenge, which took place in Johannesburg, South Africa from July 19 to July 27, 2003.

Participating nations were England, Malaysia, New Zealand, Spain, host South Africa, and Korea. Spain earned a spot at the 2002 Champions Trophy in Lahore, Pakistan after defeated Korea 7–3 in the final.

Contents

Venue

  • Randburg Hockey Stadium

Squads

 England

(1.) Jimi Lewis (gk), (2.) Simon Mason (gk), (3.) Robert Todd, (4.) Jason Collins, (5.) Jon Peckett, (6.) Craig Parnham Captain sports.svg, (7.) Guy Fordham, (8.) Andy West, (9.) Mark Pearn, (10.) Jimmy Wallis, (11.) Brett Garrard, (12.) David Mathews, (13.) Danny Hall, (14.) Ben Hawes, (15.) Barry Middleton, (16.) Martin Jones, (17.) Michael Johnson, (18.) Jerome Goudie. Head Coach: Mike Hamilton.

 Malaysia

(1.) Roslan Jamaluddin (gk), (2.) Muhamad Amin Rahim, (3.) Chua Boon Huat, (4.) Gobinathan Krishnamurthy, (5.) Kuhan Shanmuganathan Captain sports.svg, (6.) Nor Azlan Bakar, (7.) Azlan Misron, (8.) Jiwa Mohan, (9.) Mohammed Madzli Ikmar, (10.) Tajol Rosli Mohamed, (11.) Mohamed Rodhanizam Radzi, (12.) Keevan Raj Kalikavandan, (13.) Ismail Abu, (14.) Prabahkaran Periyathamby, (15.) Shaiful Azli Abdul Rahman, (16.) Kumar Subramamiam (gk), and (17.) Fairuz Ramli Mohamed. Head Coach: Paul Lissek.

 New Zealand

(1.) Simon Towns Captain sports.svg, (2.) Mitesh Patel, (3.) David Kosoof, (4.) Darren Smith, (5.) Wayne McIndoe, (6.) Dion Gosling, (7.) Blair Hopping, (8.) Dean Couzins, (9.) Casey Henwood, (10.) Ryan Archibald, (11.) Umesh Parag, (14.) Bevan Hari, (16.) Paul Woolford (gk), (17.) Kyle Pontifex (gk), (18.) Phillip Burrows, (19.) Hayden Shaw, (21.) Bryce Collins, and (24.) Gareth Brooks. Head Coach: Charlie Oscroft.

 South Africa

(1.) David Staniforth (gk), (3.) Ken Forbes, (4.) Craig Jackson Captain sports.svg, (5.) Craig Fulton, (6.) Bruce Jacobs, (7.) Gregg Clark, (8.) Iain Evans, (9.) Emile Smith, (10.) Mike Cullen, (12.) Justin King, (13.) Steve Evans, (14.) Eric Rose-Innes, (15.) Kevin Chree, (16.) Marvin Bam, (17.) Reece Basson, (18.) Wayne Denne, (19.) Chris Hibbert (gk), (20.) Charl van der Merwe. Head Coach: Paul Revington.

 Korea

(1.) Koo Dong-Shik (gk), (2.) Cha Jong-Bok, (3.) Hong Eun-Seong, (5.) Lim Jung-Woo, (6.) Lee Sung-Min, (7.) Kim Chul, (8.) Kim Jung-Chul Captain sports.svg, (9.) Seo Jong-Ho, (10.) Yoon Young-Sik, (11.) Lee Jung-Seon, (13.) Lee Nam-Yong, (15.) Hwang Seung-Sun, (17.) Yoo Min-Ho, (19.) You Hyo-Sik, (20.) Park Wan-Tae, (21.) Jang Jong-Hyun), (22.) Kim Sam-Seok, and (23.) Hong Sung-Kweon. Head Coach: Kim Young-Kyu.

 Spain

(1.) Bernardino Herrera (gk), (2.) Santi Freixa, (3.) Pau Quemada, (4.) Marc Garcia-Cascon, (5.) Francisco "Kiko" Fábregas, (6.) Miquel Codina, (7.) Juan Escarré Captain sports.svg, (8.) Alex Fábregas, (9.) Pablo Amat, (10.) Eduardo Tubau, (11.) Eduardo Aguilar, (12.) Alberto Esteban, (13.) Ramón Alegre, (14.) Josep Sánchez, (16.) Xavier Ribas, (17.) Albert Sala, (18.) Rodrigo Garza, and (22.) Francisco Cortes (gk). Head Coach: Maurits Hendriks.

Round robin

Standings

Team Points G W D L GF GA Diff
1.  Spain 12 5 4 0 1 15 9 +6
2.  Korea 10 5 3 1 1 12 8 +4
3.  New Zealand 8 5 2 1 1 9 5 +4
4.  South Africa 6 5 2 0 3 7 8 –1
5.  Malaysia 4 5 1 1 3 10 13 –3
6.  England 3 5 1 0 4 4 18 –14

Results

July 17, 2003
South Africa  3–1  Malaysia
King 8', 47'
Smith 50'
Shanmuganathan 3'

July 19, 2003
Spain  6–2  England
Ribas 4', 34'
Amat 35', 45'
Tubau 41', 68'
Middleton 12'
Goudie 70'

July 19, 2003
Korea  0–0  New Zealand
 

July 20, 2003
New Zealand  1–1  Malaysia
Brooks 31' Abu 58'

July 20, 2003
England  2–0  South Africa
Hall 8'
Pearn 55'

July 20, 2003
Spain  2–3  Korea
Tubau 4'
Ribas 55'
Lee Jung-seon 48', 52', 64'

July 22, 2003
Korea  2–3  South Africa
Lee Jung-seon 12', 65' King 11'
Basson 55'
Evans 68'

July 22, 2003
New Zealand  2–3  Spain
Parag 6'
Hari 38'
Ribas 23'
Tubau 40'
Garza 70'

July 22, 2003
Malaysia  4–1  England
Mohan 15'
Kalikavandan 50'
Misron 59'
TR Mohamad 68'
Garrard 6'

July 23, 2003
South Africa  1–2  New Zealand
King 3' Hari 34'
Shaw 44'

July 23, 2003
Korea  2–1  England
Lee Jung-seon 3'
You Hyo-sik 29'
Mathews 52'

July 23, 2003
Malaysia  2–3  Spain
Shanmuganathan 17', 57' Freixa 9'
Esteban 23'
Amat 35'

July 25, 2003
Spain  1–0  South Africa
Ribas 63'

July 25, 2003
Malaysia  2–5  Korea
Shanmuganathan 25'
TR Mohamad 41'
Lee Jung-seon 12', 30', 39'
Seo Jong-ho 45'
Hwang Seung-sun 70'

July 25, 2003
New Zealand  4–0  England
Burrows 9', 40'
Shaw 11'
Hari 59'

Classification

Fifth place play-off

July 27, 2003
Malaysia  2–3  England
Shanmuganathan 19', 22' Hawes 14'
Wallis 64'
Hall 68'

Third place play-off

July 27, 2003
New Zealand  2–2 (AET)
(4–5 PS)
 South Africa
Shaw 25', 48' Cullen 44'
King 46'

Final

July 27, 2003
Spain  7–3  Korea
Tubau 8', 36', 41'
Esteban 14', 63'
Escarré 3' (ps)
Ribas 41'
Lee Jung-seon 20'
Yoon Young-sik 62'
You Hyo-sik 64'
 2003 Men's Champions Challenge Winners 

Spain
First title

Awards

Top Scorer Best Goalkeeper
South Korea Lee Jung-Seon South Africa David Staniforth

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