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‘Expectation to win hockey World Cup will be higher than London Olympics’

By The Hockey Paper Some of Great Britain women’s players from the London 2012 bronze medal-winning squad will impart their experiences of playing in …

The Hockey Social: The day Zimbabwe won Moscow Olympic gold

The Hockey Social brings you the latest offerings from across the globe in social media, news, images and video The Olympic Games has produced many great …

Why it’s time to put hockey clubs first for season-ending league finals

Columnist Todd Williams reflects on the English season and urges hockey officials to look to Hoofdklasse success and bring League Finals back to the clubs …

The making of Mark Knowles: Australia’s inspired hockey leader

Mark Knowles retired from hockey after leading Kookaburras to a sixth Commonwealth gold. Here, columnist Todd Williams salutes an Australian sporting great, …

Australia v England: Commonwealth Hockey men’s semi-final, LIVE!

By Rod Gilmour on the Gold Coast  Welcome to another dose of live hockey coverage from the Gold Coast Hockey Centre. And we’ve got a cracker for you: …

Shoot-out sees New Zealand beat England to reach Commonwealth hockey final

By Rod Gilmour on the Gold Coast England were denied a fourth shot at Commonwealth gold by New Zealand – but were still outdone by an Australian on …

Commonwealth Games semi-final hockey, LIVE! England women v New Zealand

By Rod Gilmour on the Gold Coast Welcome to coverage of the Commonwealth Games semi-final clash between England and New Zealand, live from the Gold Coast …

The Hockey Social: Tinder, goals and caps at the Commonwealth Games

The Hockey Social, our regular dose on what’s happening in the world of hockey, brings you the latest from the Commonwealth Games Fun after the Games …

Ghana women set hockey dreams high at the Commonwealth Games

Ghana women were dealt Trans-Tasman baptism of fire to mark global tournament debut, but have hearts to match, writes Rod Gilmour “We are here to give …

International hockey players heading into pressured waters ahead of Pro League

By Todd Williams in Perth When news broke of the lengthy suspensions for Australian cricket’s disgraced ball tampering trio, it was surprising to hear …

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