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Women’s hockey: Clifton Robinsons taste success under Sinton’s watch

We speak to Clifton chair Janis Sinton on a hockey club which bonds its own superstars Celebrating 30 years of Women’s National League Hockey, with …

Hockey clubs need to report all injuries and concussion

England Hockey respond to questions posed by The Hockey Paper’s readers around safety in our sport Are concussions on the rise? The incidence of concussion …

The hockey debate: state v private school

A speculative approach has resulted in a Lancashire hockey club finally returning to its hometown after 24 years and a high school being able to offer a …

North Carolina hockey ‘has best facilities in the US’

By Cassie Worth USA’s opposition teams for the 2020 FIH Pro League will experience one of the best facilities anywhere in world hockey after North …

Alex Danson-Bennett: My Hidden Story

Rio Olympic hero Alex Danson retired from hockey in February 2020 due to a “life-changing” head injury. Here, in association with Investec, she tells her …

Readers’ View: How to make the game more interesting with less injuries

I have read the comments about reverse stick and the injuries with interest. I am sure that many more head or face injuries have taken place and not reported. …

How Belper continues to punch above its weight

Australian coach has returned to a club where he first set down roots Celebrating 30 years of Women’s National League Hockey, with Investec In an ideal …

The Hockey Paper in 2020: Brand perfect

With more events in the calendar than you can call a video review for, 2020 will be a big one for hockey: The EHL goes for equality The culmination of the …

Sam Ward helped me through struggles, admits GB star Harry Martin

Exclusive | By Rod Gilmour Harry Martin, the Hampstead and GB midfielder, has revealed to The Hockey Paper that he struggled to cope after accidentally hitting …

Masters hockey ‘not just for old men and women’

Australian Masters Hockey has seen continued growth since inception of a national intrastate competition in 1980, writes Bill Tomkins. The competition has …