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Hockey returning to pitch: No spitting and close contact celebrations

By Richard Bright No spitting, an avoidance of shouting, chewing gum bans and no contact during celebrations are some of the edicts put in place for …

Is your club parahockey active?

The Hockey Paper hears from Libby Nichols on ParaHockey’s aims in the UK What is your role at Access Sport? I work on our disability inclusion team as the …

Full letter from nine BAME clubs to England Hockey

Nine clubs have signed a letter sent to England Hockey highlighting issues on ethnicity in the sport. Here we print the letter in full and England …

England Hockey ‘out of touch with modern-day Britain’ say clubs in letter

By Rod Gilmour England Hockey’s diversity and inclusion working group is expected to meet in the coming weeks for the first time in a bid to make inroads …

Scottish Hockey releases updated edict on return to play

Players of all ages from hockey clubs across Scotland are back on the pitch after Scottish Hockey released updated guidelines. Under-12s have been told that no …

Alex Danson-Bennett returns to hockey on Wimbledon Women’s coaching team

By Rod Gilmour England and GB great Alex Danson-Bennett will return to the game – albeit on the sidelines – after being announced as part of the …

Hockey coaching: Getting the ball in the right position to pass

By Todd Williams Next time you watch a game of hockey, take note of the weak or inaccurate passes. Almost certainly you’ll see that most of them will have …

Hockey in west goes #watchyour1s wild

Coach Elliot Foweraker says we all have a responsibility to grow our game. None more so than after the pandemic Teams in the West Premiership have always been …

Nottingham Hockey Centre set to become biggest club outside of Holland

By Richard Bright Nottingham Hockey Centre, home of Beeston HC, is set to become the largest hockey centre in the world outside Holland following a £2 million …

The discrimination case which led to England Hockey disrepute changes

By Rod Gilmour England Hockey say that a discrimination complaint levelled against a regional umpires’ association four years ago led to …