Tuesday, August 9, 2022

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The Hockey Social: The day Zimbabwe won Moscow Olympic gold

The Hockey Social brings you the latest offerings from across the globe in social media, news, images and video The Olympic Games has produced many great hockey stories over the years. Perhaps the best came 28 years ago at the...

Hockey World Cup: Parents need to be seen supporting athletes’ careers in sport

England Hockey launches campaign to leverage hosting the women's Hockey World Cup on home soil - and enhance public perception By Richard Bright Ellie Watton is recalling the time she returned to her family home in Derbyshire after missing out on...

Why it’s time to put hockey clubs first for season-ending league finals

Columnist Todd Williams reflects on the English season and urges hockey officials to look to Hoofdklasse success and bring League Finals back to the clubs fighting for their very existence in the sport So, English hockey lovers, where were you on the...

Georgie Twigg relishing club hockey life at Surbiton after international pressures

Georgie Twigg last stepped inside Bisham Abbey two years ago as Great Britain women were putting the final touches to their soon-to-be golden sojourn in Rio. And although the Surbiton midfielder admits that the mere thought of returning for the...

EuroHockey Club Cup: Time to do ourselves justice in Europe, says Surbiton Ladies coach Brett Garrard

Next year, Brett Garrard will mark 10 years at the helm of - and let's not hold back here - one of the biggest success stories in British sport at club level. One season in South Clubs' Women's League, two...

Is this the best club outfit in world hockey?

The standout maroon, green and white has been noticeable at league play-offs and on the continent when the club have played in Europe. But the time has come to recognise this colourful jacket and ask The Hockey Paper readers whether...

Hosting Europe’s elite is opportunity to showcase why hockey matters

For the majority of hockey players, club hockey is a major part of how you first fall in love with the game. Our Surbiton Ladies team is full of homegrown talent, club stars and GB internationals, but whatever our...

The Hockey Social: Vanuatu’s scoring system keeps enjoyment flowing

The Hockey Social brings you another regular dose of the latest happenings in the global game and the best in social media Month by month, Vanuatu Hockey is slowly building a platform. Yet this South Pacific island will hope one day that...

Women’s sport in UK slowly breaking barriers as World Cup hosts

By Rod Gilmour After a decade and more working alongside women’s national sides, Danny Kerry has come to realise that leveraging social cohesion within all-female teams has been one of the aspects to achieving squad tasks – and success –...

Mark Knowles: The making of Australia’s inspired hockey leader

Mark Knowles retired from hockey after leading Kookaburras to a sixth Commonwealth gold. Here, columnist Todd Williams salutes an Australian sporting great, who found gold 18 months on from Rio For those who don't know much about Mark Knowles, the response of Australia's...
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Laura Unsworth: England and GB’s underappreciated great of world hockey

If you were to name the modern day greats from Great Britain’s women’s squad, the list would most likely...
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