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Hockey’s best April Fools Day jokes

Portsmouth HC is rolling out Zorb Hockey next season. To increase player safey, all outfield players will be forced to wear increased protective equipment. FIH …

Hockey New Zealand cancels 2020 season

Hockey New Zealand aims to bring as many people as possible back to the turf after being forced to cancel all national tournaments for its 2020 season. Hockey …

Former GB hockey star suffers mild traumatic brain injury

Former Great Britain player Tim Whiteman says he is on the road to recovery one year after suffering a mild traumatic brain injury while playing hockey. …

Scottish ace Sarah Robertson hails hockey mentor Janet Jack

We speak to Scotland’s Sarah Robertson as she looks to fulfill Olympic dream Hockey is filled with multi-talented stars and Sarah Robertson is no …

Volunteering: the life blood of hockey

Dave Miller is retiring after 45 years of volunteering. He tells The Hockey Paper why we shouldn’t take volunteers for granted Hockey, like so many …

I don’t do this for the ego, says committed Sutton Coldfield volunteer

Sutton Coldfield are enjoying a surge in junior success as club plans robust future Sutton Coldfield Ladies may have endured another season away from the top …

England Hockey still considering outcome on league placings

England Hockey has yet to make contact with those league clubs whose seasons rest on the outcome made by the national governing body after the sport’s …

Hockey sisters doing if for themselves at Old Merchant Taylors’

Celebrating 30 years of national league women’s hockey, with Investec By Richard Bright A director of hockey at Old Merchant Taylors’ HC says the …

Third time lucky for Hampstead hockey’s own Tavern?

By The History Museum’s Mike Haymonds Many London area hockey people will remember with affection the home that Hampstead & Westminster HC created …

East Hockey League to calculate placings on points percentage

The East Hockey League says its decision to complete the 2019/20 with immediate effect “will not please some” after it became the first English …