Tuesday, June 25, 2024

‘Wales are still fighting the hockey funding battle but there’s more noise surrounding us now’

When he is not busy scoring wonder goals to secure Wales a breakthrough World Cup qualification, you can find Joe Naughalty teaching the next crop of hockey youngsters.

With the tournament in India less than a year away, the school teacher at Ardingly College in West Sussex has his sights set on helping his country in the Bhubaneswar heat early next year, but insists there is a long time to go during which lots can happen.

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