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Todd Williams is a former Australian international, the hockey professional at Magdalen College School in Oxford and was a Premier League coach for over 12 seasons with Hampstead and Westminster, Slough Ladies and Surbiton.

Two games in four quarters: Rio 2016 Olympic hockey analysis one...

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One year on from the Rio Olympics, columnist Todd Williams looks back at whether the quarter rule changed nations' perspectives in Brazil. In the wake...

Time to ask the hard questions in English hockey

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It’s a curious thing to live on an island, which between Tasmania and here, I’ve done for most of my life. Even without Brexit,...

Now watch the cream rise back to the top in field...

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Round Two of the men’s World League in Belfast showed us just how competitive the quest for a spot in the top bracket of...

Todd Williams: It’s time to come in from the cold

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In the 1930s, the playwright and composer Noël Coward wrote the famous lyric “Mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the midday sun”. With...

Todd Williams column: Get players better, not the best players

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Every edition of The Hockey Paper so far has seen plenty of thoughts on improving the health and future of the two Premier Leagues. Ian...

Todd Williams column: The best players chase the game

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The upcoming men’s and women’s Junior World Cups will provide players with an important lesson about succeeding at the international level. Players from big...

Todd Williams column: GB Hockey desperate for more like Harry Martin

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Apart from the GB women and Argentina’s men, every team left Rio with some level of disappointment. On the men’s side, Australia’s quarter-final exit...
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