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After the pandemic, universities face obstacles ahead of hockey season

By Rod Gilmour England Hockey “fully anticipates” university teams to compete in the English Premier Divisions for the 2020/21 season despite …

England Hockey season still in limbo over Leicester and Bowdon appeals

By Rod Gilmour The fixture list for the 2020/21 Premier Division season looks set to be delayed following the drawn out appeal featuring Bowdon men and …

Esme Burge backs gender play gap campaign in women’s sport

By Richard Bright Great Britain hockey international Esme Burge has backed a gender play gap campaign after admitting there continues to be under participation …

BAME players challenge England Hockey on racial inequality

By Rod Gilmour A group of BAME players have written an open letter to England Hockey expressing disappointment at the lack of representation at the top of the …

England Hockey seeks safe return after team sport approval

By Richard Bright Recreational team sports in England can begin returning outdoors, under government guidance published on Thursday – although a …

Landlord buys hockey pitch to spruce up pub ahead of reopening

Phil Taylor may well have the same name as a great in darts, a pastime favourite in pubs, but the Norfolk landlord is bringing an infinitely more active sport …

Jo Hunter returns to Buckingham after leaving Surbiton

GB midfielder Jo Hunter is back in the club game after signing for Buckingham HC, the current national indoor hockey champions. After nearly 18 months away …

England Hockey optimistic on season start, Holland issues spectator edict

England Hockey’s return to hockey roadmap remains at Step 2, although the national governing body is still hopeful of the 2020/21 season taking place. …

How do I become a better hockey defender?

Our resident coaching expert Todd Williams has been giving the best advice for budding juniors since 2017 Q: My favourite player is Hollie Pearne-Webb. How do …

No one wants to be in hospital on Monday morning, says top hockey coach

By Richard Bright Jon Royce, the former GB coach, says that ‘mismatches’ in junior hockey skills are accounting for the current dangers at grass …