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The rule changes that can make hockey a safer game

Sam Ward’s high-profile injury has added urgency to considerations as to whether or not anything can be done to increase player safety in hockey, writes Cris …

England Hockey governance: Time to end the committee culture

David Lloyd-Williams, chairman of the London League, voices his opinion ahead of England Hockey’s AGM in March My light bulb moment was in the middle of …

Sam Ward to wear glasses on remarkable hockey return

Sam Ward will become one of the few senior male players to wear glasses or goggles as protection when he makes a remarkable return to hockey on Sunday. But …

Buckingham look to outdoor hockey success after Super 6s history

Buckingham will aim to take their historic indoor success – which included an honorary mention in the House of Commons this week – to the outdoor …

Tina Cullen keeps Bowdon Hightown in frame after 30 years

Bowdon Hightown coach Tina Cullen recalls playing in the inaugural women’s league 30 years ago Celebrating 30 years with Investec It was an exciting time …

Hockey Pro League: Belgium have ‘best corner routine in world’

Nico de Kerpel says Belgium have the best penalty corner routine in the world after topping the Pro League table in their away legs. The world champs beat …

Hockey Pro League: Great Britain women ease past New Zealand

Shona McCallin scored her first Great Britain goal in superb fashion on Saturday as Mark Hager’s side secured their first Pro League points of the …

‘We want Masters hockey to become a full, lifetime experience’

By Rod Gilmour World Masters Hockey (WMH) will aim to bring about a “full lifetime experience” for players as an eagerly-anticipated year for the …

England Hockey cites packed calendar for indoor international axe

England senior teams were once again absent from the line ups at the recent EuroHockey Indoor Championships. Men’s and women’s teams from Germany, Belgium …

25 years on, it’s time we had discussions on reverse stick hits in hockey

There have always been some head-scratching rules in our game that have made it, at times, a little more dangerous than it should be, writes Todd Williams …