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Beckie Middleton column: Is Hockey a big player in the world of sport?

IT’S megabucks for HIL players, while international teams made up of full-time athletes gain increasing media exposure in mainstream sports coverage. But is …

Richardson-Walsh column: And so it begins, the next four-year cycle…

As the men’s and women’s England squads return from their respective South Africa trips, I am reminded that the immediate period post-Olympics is always an …

More MBEs for Team GB’s hockey heroes!

By Rod Gilmour Half of the victorious Great Britain women’s squad have now received their MBEs at Buckingham Palace. But even with the team’s …

Rising star Sanders can be next Danson, says Gooderham

By Rod Gilmour University of Birmingham coach Phil Gooderham believes that rising star Erica Sanders has a “tremendous” future ahead of her and can …

Lion Harte David won’t ever forget proud roots

Crowned the world’s best goalkeeper for a second year running, David Harte says it is an achievement he “had never imagined possible”. Part of that is …

Nick Irvine: “Are HIL eligibility rules fair to all?”

It was interesting and puzzling in equal measure to read that English league rules apparently prevented Ashley Jackson and Barry Middleton playing for East …

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 …

Chris Griffiths back on England hockey path after injury setback

Chris Griffiths felt the emotional weight of his team-mates as he struck his first goal after 11 months out of the international wilderness last week. The East …

Ben Wright going Down Under

Last Saturday, at home to league leaders Old Loughtonians, Men’s 1st team player-coach Ben Wright played his last game for the club before taking up his …

Beckie Middleton column: Surbiton captain unphased after unbeaten run ends

Surbiton’s 53-game unbeaten run has been talked about much more externally than it has by us. We weren’t even aware it had been so long until someone …

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