International

Billy Jawanda revels in new life with England hockey over 60s

By Richard Bright When Balkar ‘Billy’ Jawanda and the England over-60s squad travelled to the Grand Masters European Cup last June, it took some …

‘My aim is to become a green and gold hockey Master’

Australian masters player Mark McElligott has reconnected with hockey after recovering from cancer If you had told me in 2015 that I would be playing a gold …

Hockey Australia suspends Pro League travel after coronavirus outbreak

Hockey has suffered its first major setback with the coronavirus outbreak after Hockey Australia suspended international travel “until further …

Museum’s holy grail: producing GB Hockey player numbers

The Hockey Museum is on the cusp of producing the first definitive records for the GB Hockey teams, writes Mike Smith During 2019 the England football team …

Australia’s Eddie Ockenden set to become most capped Kookaburra

Eddie Ockenden is set to surpass Jamie Dwyer’s all time record of 365 Kookaburras appearances this weekend. Ockenden, who was named the 2019 Kookaburras …

Paris 2024 Olympic hockey qualifier matches set for home and away

The Olympic qualifiers for Paris 2024 look set to be played on a home and away format. Seven play-offs over two legs were played for Tokyo 2020 places, with …

Hockey Wales keen to educate with rise of 3G

Hockey Wales has raised small concerns over 3G pitches being installed across the country and the potential impact it could have on the sport. There are around …

North Carolina hockey ‘has best facilities in the US’

By Cassie Worth USA’s opposition teams for the 2020 FIH Pro League will experience one of the best facilities anywhere in world hockey after North …

Why world hockey has uphill task in tackling reverse hit dangers at junior level

  By Sophie Penney The International Hockey Federation (FIH) says that at grassroots hockey it is struggling to collect sufficient data used to assess …

World hockey could make ball glow to add excitement

By Richard Bright World hockey’s chief admitted that the sport he oversees is “not so cool” as it looks to appeal to a wider audience – …