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Our Watch Your 1s campaign gathers momentum for new hockey season

The Hockey Paper‘s Watch Your 1s campaign, launched in our last print edition and online, received great feedback from clubs eager to get on board and be …

Your view: State school v private school hockey

A recent report, Elitist Britain 2019, looked at more than 5,000 people in the country’s top professions and their educational background and concluded …

Tess Howard: ‘We all want the same thing, for GB to defend Olympic hockey title’

GB international Tess Howard speaks to The Hockey Paper on her whirlwind six months since debut I guess I truly didn’t know what the senior programme was …

Hockey Paper and St. Bert’s Clothing seek junior ambassadors

The Hockey Paper has teamed up with our junior partner St. Bert’s Clothing for an exciting initiative for the 2019/20 hockey season. We are looking for …

The Hockey Paper launches ‘Watch Your 1s’ campaign to lift domestic game

By The Hockey Paper | Editorial We have launched our campaign and competition to boost attendances at 1st XI level and reinvigorate match day atmospheres in …

Hockey at The Stoop and why the Pro League is here to stay

Since January, Great Britain’s men and women have playing home and away in the inaugural year of the FIH Pro League. A ground-breaking, new, global hockey …

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 …

Don’t let juniors wallow: key steps to enhancing players’ strengths

I’m mindful that too many cold winters, unforgivable yellow cards and woeful excuses about not making training or fixtures have moved me away from the sorts …

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 …

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