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Simon Mason column: What makes the perfect stick?

    As Todd Williams correctly pointed out in a previous article in The Hockey Paper, when it comes to buying a stick there are an overwhelming …

Old habits die hard, so the legend Ric lives on

Our news editor Claire Middleton goes Down Under to meet top Australian coach Ric Charlesworth… It’s a typical West Australian summer day when I …

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Millfield hosts hockey event in partnership with Help for Heroes.

This Friday, Millfield pupils will play a team from Help for Heroes made up of wounded, injured or sick serving and veteran personnel.  This is just …

Back to the future – England re-appoint Danny Kerry as women’s hockey coach

Danny Kerry has been appointed as coach of the England and Great Britain women’s hockey programme through to the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games in 2016. …

China and Australia win youth Olympic gold at Hockey 5s

China and Australia have won gold in the Hockey 5s competition at the youth Olympic Games in Nanjing. In the men’s final Australia defeated Canada on a …

One year to go to the EuroHockey Nations Championships

This time in 2015 the EuroHockey nations championships will be in full swing in London. Tickets went on sale last month for the event on …

2014 What Stick is out now

Click here for Push Hockey’s exclusive guide to the best hockey sticks of 2014. This year it includes the best sticks from a whopping 22 brands. Of …

Two hockey players are flag bearers at Glasgow

England’s Kate Richardson-Walsh and Australia’s Mark Knowles have been chosen to carry the flags of their respective countries at the closing …

England win first Commonwealth Games men’s hockey medal since 1998

England’s men beat New Zealand to claim Commonwealth Games hockey bronze in a match played in wet conditions at the Glasgow National Hockey Centre. In …

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