Men’s Hockey

Danny Kerry continues English coaching ethos to lead men’s hockey

By The Hockey Paper Danny Kerry was unveiled as England and Great Britain’s men’s coach on Monday after over a decade in charge of coaching the …

England women’s hockey coach Danny Kerry mooted for men’s role

By Richard Bright England women’s coach Danny Kerry is being tipped to take charge of the men’s team, according to reports. It is widely rumoured …

Australia edge India in final men’s hockey Champions Trophy

By The Hockey Paper Australia’s Kookaburras, in their first tournament without Mark Knowles, won the final men’s Champions Trophy in Breda courtesy …

Great Britain hockey men draw 5-5 with Germany to end European tour

By The Hockey Paper Luke Taylor, who joined the centralised programme in 2017, nearly capped a superb individual end to his European tour as Great Britain drew …

Eddie Ockenden steps up to co-lead in Australia hockey’s new era

By The Hockey Paper Eddie Ockenden moved a step closer towards becoming Australia’s national captain after he was appointed co-leader for the upcoming …

Russell Garcia to lead Great Britain side on European tour

By Richard Bright Russell Garcia, who won hockey gold at the 1988 Olympics as a player, has been appointed stand-in coach for Great Britain men’s …

Double Dutch for Kampong as Amsterdam denied

By The Hockey Paper Kampong became Dutch national hockey champions for the second season running after the Utrecht team beat Amsterdam 3-1 – and now have the …

Bobby Crutchley quits England Hockey men’s coaching role

By Rod Gilmour Bobby Crutchley surprisingly quit his post as Great Britain and England men’s coach on Tuesday night after five years in the role. With …

Hockey’s own Andy Halliday confused by Rangers and Celtic fans

By The Hockey Paper Great Britain’s hockey manager Andy Halliday experienced a case of mistaken identity when he found himself under a deluge of Twitter …

Showboating or dazzling skill? Alan Forsyth shows ‘unpredictable’ side with Surbiton shoot-out heroics

By Rod Gilmour His shoot out strikes may have got lost in the ticker tape if Hampstead & Westminster had held on for a famous League Finals win. But Alan …