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EuroHockey 2019: England women play for bronze after ‘inexcusable’ defeat

By The Hockey Paper | Antwerp England coach Mark Hager said that he would ‘look deep’ into how to get his bruised side back up and running and …

EuroHockey classic for the ages: Belgium beat Germany in Antwerp epic

By Rod Gilmour | Antwerp Belgium 4 Germany 2 So, a handball in a major sporting semi-final went against Germany as Belgium memorably, brilliantly and …

EuroHockey Championships 2019: Team ratings, who’s a title contender?

The Pool stages over, The Hockey Paper ranks the men’s and women’s teams ahead of the Championship and Relegation matches MEN Holland Authoritative …

EuroHockey relegation will be a’dog fight’ says Ireland’s Conor Harte

By The Hockey Paper Defender Conor Harte says Ireland men will be ready for a ‘Celtic dog fight’ in their fight to maintain their EuroHockey …

EuroHockey 2019: World Cup pain is England catalyst, says Pearne-Webb

The Hockey Paper | Exclusive England captain Hollie Pearne-Webb says last summer’s World Cup disappointment is the “fuel” needed for the …

Hockey Belgium president on World Cup win: ‘We weren’t football, Eddy Merckx or Justine Henin!’

By Rod Gilmour | EuroHockey Special The email came through from the city of Brussels on Marc Coudron’s phone shortly after Belgium’s first world …

Wales can be EuroHockey threat, says Dan Kyriakides

By Rod Gilmour Wales men will play their first elite EuroHockey Championships for 20 years with the belief they can follow the Welsh footballers’ …

Hockey caps project under way to find modern players’ numbers

Plans have been drawn up to give England and Great Britain players personalised hockey player numbers that will represent their place in the sport’s …

Hockey Belgium’s rise to top is simple: strong club network, coaching talent

By Todd Williams | opinion As far as years go, 2007 wasn’t particularly significant in the international men’s game. With no Olympics or World Cup, the …

Can Stoop project spark much-needed life into domestic hockey?

By Rod Gilmour | Opinion Richard Leman, the 1988 Olympic-winner, played in plenty of hockey cauldrons across the globe in his career and was a keen observer at …