International

Seoul Olympics 1988 memories: I turned my hockey stick and shinned Roger Self

In an extract taken from Seoul Glow, a new book about Great Britain’s golden success in 1988, defender Martyn Grimley recalls training sessions with late …

Can Irish hockey replicate World Cup success with domestic crowds?

By The Hockey Paper There will hopefully be a surge of interest on the back of the Green Army’s World Cup success when the Irish women’s domestic …

World hockey turns down Malaysia and India automatic Olympic places

By Rod Gilmour World hockey chiefs will turn down the Asian Hockey Federation’s request that the silver medallists from the Asian Games be awarded Tokyo …

1988 Seoul hockey book published to coincide with 30th anniversary match

By The Hockey Paper Danny Kerry’s first match in charge of the Great Britain men’s team will fall against the backdrop of one of the nation’s …

Argentina beat Australia to win Darwin hockey international

By The Hockey Paper Kieran Govers notched his first goal for the Kookaburras in nearly two years – but in a losing cause as Argentina won the Darwin …

Roelant Oltmans quits as Pakistan men’s hockey coach

By The Hockey Paper Roelant Oltmans admitted that the Pakistan Hockey Federation couldn’t match his ambitions after he stepped down as men’s coach. …

Hockeyroos appoint assistant coaches after surprise exits

By The Hockey Paper The world No 3 Hockeyroos will be aiming for stability after a period of uncertainty within its coaching ranks. Former international Katie …

Maddie Hinch’s international break highlights Hockey Pro League pitfalls

By Rod Gilmour | Analysis No one said international hockey was easy. On the fixtures’ front, just ask Graham Shaw, the Irish women’s coach who had …

Japan women show ‘Roadrunner’ hockey aggression on path to Tokyo Olympics

By Rod Gilmour Japan coach Anthony Farry is aiming to get full-time status for his squad ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics; a green light for their home Games …

French hockey stalwart calls time with Wembley memories

By The Hockey Paper Pascal Poulenc has retired after 35 years service at the French hockey federation with the lasting memory of beating England at Wembley. …

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