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Emily Defroand upbeat on Great Britain hockey future under Mark Hager

By Rod Gilmour Midfielder Emily Defroand believes new coach Mark Hager can turn Great Britain women into a “a forward-playing hockey nation”. …

Great Britain women set for Hockey Pro League debut and Mark Hager tenure

By Rod Gilmour So long, Olympic champions! The Great Britain women’s team set off for their first Pro League matches on Wednesday evening, a campaign …

Hockey Pro League: world champions Belgium off to a flier in overseas leg

By The Hockey Paper Carla Rebecchi returned to international hockey after a two-year hiatus in front of an adoring home public to help Argentina’s women …

Hockey Pro League: Great Britain record thrilling 6-5 win over Spain

By The Hockey Paper If the opening two FIH Pro League matches are anything to go by, then hockey fans are in for an exciting six-month journey in the …

Hockey Pro League: Great Britain coach Danny Kerry to unleash more talent

Great Britain coach Danny Kerry admitted he took a “calculated decision” in picking his first Pro League men’s squad as he looks to find more …

TV review: FIH Hockey Pro League starts its six-month journey with minimal fuss

By The Hockey Paper | TV review A familiar sporting feel played out on Saturday as the FIH launched its self-titled Pro League tournament. On the chilly …

Giselle Ansley and Alan Forsyth voted UK hockey players of year

By The Hockey Paper Giselle Ansley and Alan Forsyth, who both play for Surbiton, have won the prestigious UK hockey player of the year awards for 2018, …

The Hockey Paper’s top 10 most read stories of 2018

From Ireland’s heroic women’s World Cup campaign to a bored motorist keeping up motorway stick skills, our most read online stories from the last …

Hockey Pro League: Barry Middleton and Alex Danson not picked for Great Britain

Barry Middleton and Alex Danson, two of Great Britain’s most experienced campaigners, have not been included in the first FIH Pro League squads. The new …

Hockey World Cup: Belgium paint Bhubaneswar red with first gold

By The Hockey Paper, Bhubaneswar When Jeroen Hertzberger missed his sudden death shoot out attempt for the Netherlands, Belgium could finally celebrate a first …