International

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. …

David Forsyth ends Scotland goal hoodoo at Hockey Series Open

By The Hockey Paper David Forsyth said he hoped that he doesn’t have to wait 85 matches to score another Scottish goal. And judging by Scotland’s …

Carla Rebecchi returns to Argentina hockey ahead of Tokyo 2020 Olympics

By The Hockey Paper The lure of playing in the famous Las Leonas shirt has proved too great for Carla Rebecchi. The Argentinian has returned to the national …

Sports psychologists bring negative vibe, says India hockey coach

By Richard Bright India will enter the pressured cauldron of a home World Cup in November without the need of a team psychologist as they search for a first …

Final Women’s Hockey Champions Trophy set for China

By The Hockey Paper Holland will be favourites to win a seventh title in the last women’s Champions Trophy, set to be played in China in November. A win …

Sardar Singh, former India hockey captain, to retire from international game

By The Hockey Paper Sardar Singh, the former India captain, reportedly retired from international hockey on Wednesday, ending a lengthy service with the …

Japan stun Malaysia to take Asian Games hockey men’s gold

By Richard Bright In a stunning comeback, Japan men won their first Asian Games hockey gold to match the achievements of the women’s side, as both …