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Investec women’s and men’s domestic hockey fixtures: September

It's September! Which means the start of the 2019/20 England Hockey leagues. Here are the men's and women's domestic fixtures for the Premier Division and Conference this month  #WATCHYOUR1s Saturday Sep 14 Men - Premier Division Beeston v Hampstead & Westminster Brooklands MU v...

Old Georgians looking to rival London elite in hockey top flight

Old Georgians are set for their top flight debut this weekend and want to muscle in on the established clubs' monopoly “There are people sniffing and intrigued by what's going on,” says James Tindall, the long-serving Old Georgians HC player....

Hockey players and coaches back Watch Your 1s campaign

The Hockey Paper's #watchyour1s campaign and competition to reinvigorate attendances has received backing from clubs, players and coaches -- WIN £500 AND MORE! How to get on board and enter our September campaign WHAT THEY SAY "Getting people going to watch and be involved...

Why our #watchyour1s must start at top, with elite clubs backing

The Hockey Paper | Editorial It was an inauspicious start ahead of the 2019/20 Premier Division fixtures. First, The Hockey Paper received correspondence from several concerned club officials on why there had been delays to the fixtures being released. England Hockey...

Hockey transfers 2019/20: Latests ins and outs in English Premier Divisions

Transfers should be a major talking point when it comes to domestic hockey. Unfortunately, news is harder to come by than a bumper crowd at an English league game. Here, we list the transfers we do know about, while...

Hockey clubs at heart: How to enter our Watch Your 1s campaign

The Hockey Paper | Editorial Hockey clubs across the UK have 'big belief' in our Watch Your 1s campaign after we received great feedback following our launch of the initiative. The Hockey Paper launched its campaign and competition to boost attendances...

Can Stoop project spark much-needed life into domestic hockey?

Richard Leman, the 1988 Olympic-winner, played in plenty of hockey cauldrons across the globe in his career and was a keen observer at The Stoop as the self-billed 'Big Stadia Hockey' took hold. Back in the day, Leman saw the...

England Hockey keeps four quarters rule at arm’s length, for now

England Hockey have had the "145,000 going out to play each weekend" at the heart of its decision whether to implement the four quarters rule for next season. "They are the people this is most important for, it is easy...

Our Watch Your 1s campaign gathers momentum for new hockey season

The Hockey Paper's Watch Your 1s campaign, launched in our last print edition and online, received great feedback from clubs eager to get on board and be part of the initiative. We now want clubs to be part of the...

Why the 2019 hockey rules are umpire friendly

By David Ellcock | Umpire's view In my last column I looked at two of the biggest changes to the Rules of Hockey in their 2019 edition. This time I’ll review the other, no less important, changes. Rule 13.2(f), relating to...
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Final teams secure berths for men’s Hockey World Cup 2023

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