Friday, July 19, 2024

Craig Boyne: What I’ve learnt as a hockey coach

Canterbury men’s coach and former Kookaburra Craig Boyne tells The Hockey Paper about his experiences as a player and club coach

As a player coach, the main difficulty is that when you are playing you have tunnel vision and you have to go from your position on the pitch. 

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