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India vs Pakistan and the off-field hockey stick battle

By Shahbaz M | Global columnist For more than a decade, India and Pakistan have cut off their bilateral hockey relations. The reasons are varying – from …

Liverpool’s lack of hockey facilities the battle for this tireless achiever

By Rod Gilmour | Editor Jean Arnold is something of an icon in Liverpool. The 79-year-old has been a revered PE teacher in the region for decades and her …

Revealed: True extent of making hockey as a career

By Richard Bright What are the chances of making the grade in hockey? How much will it cost players to set themselves up to make it at the top level? And how …

Hampstead finally secure Boizot’s Euro hockey dream

No longer do those Hampstead & Westminster supporters resplendent in their old touring jackets need cast their minds back to 1991. On a March day 28 years …

How Oxford Hockey Club medics helped to save fellow player’s life

Two Oxford HC members have been praised for dropping their sticks mid-match to save a player’s life. Medics James Harper and Chris Hadfield were playing for …

Hockey Pro League: Great Britain beat Germany for first time in 19 years

By The Hockey Paper Phil Roper’s fine goal and George Pinner’s pads helped Great Britain rise to the top of the FIH Pro League standings as Danny …

Hockey Pro League: Great Britain earn extra point after Amy Tennant heroics

By The Hockey Paper Great Britain came away with two points from the first women’s FIH Pro League game in London – but this would have felt like a …

Exclusive: Ashley Jackson trains with Great Britain hockey

By Rod Gilmour The ‘open door’ policy left ajar for Ashley Jackson‘s potential return to international has come to fruition this week, with …

Should hockey follow rugby for ‘no winners’ coaching policy?

By Helen Richardson-Walsh | Opinion I’m saddened when I see and hear stories of youngsters, at school level in particular, where the competition isn’t as …

Alan Forsyth can leave Waterloo Ducks quaking, says Surbiton coach

By The Hockey Paper Surbiton coach Mark Pearn says the world-class threat posed by Alan Forsyth will leave their Euro Hockey League rivals in a quandary. The …