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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 …

England Hockey Championship finals: Hampstead & Westminster’s day to savour

By The Hockey Paper | Lee Valley What a history-making weekend for Hampstead & Westminster. On Saturday, the club marked 125 years since coming into …

Argentina v Great Britain, Hockey Pro League: Olympic champions come unstuck

By The Hockey Paper Great Britain men and women endured contrasting FIH Pro League matches against Argentina on Saturday. In the end, both current Olympic …

The Hockey Paper: back in print with plenty to cover

By Rod Gilmour | Editor After nearly two years away, we are back this week as a print product for readers. Our concept was first conceived thanks to several …

Mark Hager interview: I want to take Great Britain hockey to new boundaries

Exclusive | By Rod Gilmour Mark Hager, the Great Britain women’s coach, aims to take his players to ‘new boundaries’ in both physicality and …

World hockey needs players’ union body, believes Ireland’s David Harte

By Rod Gilmour Ireland captain David Harte, the two-time world goalkeeper of the year, believes the setting up of a players’ union body should be …

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