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Rio failure is motivation for GB hockey goalkeeper George Pinner

England and Great Britain goalkeeper George Pinner is ready to right wrongs and bounce-back from Olympic heartache in Rio. Great Britain's Men's team, ranked fourth in the world before the Games, were tipped for glory but crashed out in the group stages. The gold...

Comment: Extend the new schools’ knockout competition format

This year has seen the introduction of a knock-out Cup and Plate competition for the boys’ U18 national school competition. The format of the matches is 35 minutes each way with all normal rules and regulations applying. This is a...

Maddie Hinch inspires England – but they finish 2014 Hockey World Cup with little to cheer about

England finished in the Hague with the least-celebrated victory in the history of hockey World Cups having pipped Belgium for the 11th place with a shoot-out win. With the team at a low-ebb anyway, Stephaine de Groof's slapped corner goal for...

Netherlands men stroll into the semi-finals

Day eight at a glance Last-gasp heartbreak for England Men's results and schedule Women's results and schedule Men's tables Women's tables Relive the day on our liveblog including social media action and video highlights See more great pictures at hockeyimages.co.uk Men's results New Zealand 3 Germany 5 Korea 0...

Cranleigh: The school with the Olympic touch

Cranleigh School is gaining a growing reputation for hockey with, most recently, back-to-back national girls’ U16 title. Head of admissions at the Surrey school is none other than 1988 Olympic Games hockey gold medallist Steve Batchelor. Batchelor’s own children...

Corner Kings: Who will take the crown in the Hague?

Penalty corners win important  games – here are some of the big guns to look out for at the 2014 World Cup. Ashley Jackson The best thing to come out of West Malling since the A20 was built, Ashley Jackson has...

Museum Piece: The problem with hockey’s history is that the goalposts keep moving

I wrote the first piece for this magazine just over a year ago in February 2013. Much has happened at the National Hockey Museum since then as, weekly, the operation gets bigger. A couple of personal items or collections...

Hockey four quarters: Where is the pressure to make changes coming from?

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has announced its latest rule change to be used in international hockey. Matches will now be split into four 15-minute quarters with timeouts for penalty corner setup and after goals. The mathematicians among you will...

Field hockey goalie-cam captured

Teddington goalie Joe Morgan’s video of a 2nd XI game vs East Grinstead has gone viral on YouTube – here is how he did it. THE CAMERA Joe used a Panasonic HX A100 wearable camcorder which retails somewhere under £300. “The setup isn’t very high tech at...

Middleton, Mantell and Dixon all go to Hockey India League

England/GB skipper Barry Middleton and England stars Simon Mantell and Adam Dixon will play in the 2014 edition of the Hockey India League after being picked up in today's player auction.Middleton will joing Ashley Jackson, the only English player...
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Maddie Hinch: ‘So proud to make history’ as Tilburg reach Dutch big league

Images like this have become a familar sight in world hockey: Maddie Hinch jumping into sprinting team-mates following shoot-out...
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