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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 …

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 …

Play the Euro Hockey League fantasy game with Gryphon and Scorrd

Gryphon has teamed up with Scorrd to release the first EHL Fantasy League game – and with the European showpiece starting on Wednesday there is no better …

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 …

Hockey Pro League: Great Britain women aiming to climb table

By The Hockey Paper Great Britain and Germany face off on April 24 in Moenchengladbach with both sides battling to make the Pro League top four. The two sides …

Hockey Belgium’s rise to top is simple: strong club network, coaching talent

By Todd Williams | opinion As far as years go, 2007 wasn’t particularly significant in the international men’s game. With no Olympics or World Cup, the …

FIH Hockey Pro League is ridiculous, says Kampong coach Alex Cox

By The Hockey Paper There were Dutch fireworks in equal measure after a leading Hoofdklasse coach blasted the new Pro League for getting in the way of the …

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 …