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England hockey teams outdone by Germany with final pool matches deciding EuroHockey fate

Amsterdam - For the first few days at these EuroHockey Championships, there was a distinctly English feel. The local cricket side played behind the Wagener Stadium. Team GB's golden girls were celebrating one year since Rio. Kate and Helen Richardson-Walsh...

EuroHockey 2017: England women lose out as Surbiton coach impact helps Germany to 1-0 win

Amsterdam - Germany coach Jami Mulders hailed the impact of his English assistant Brett Garrard as England women were beaten 1-0 at the Rabo EuroHockey Championships here. Maddie Hinch produced several world-class stops but not even the Rio hero could...

EuroHockey 2017: England men tune up for bigger hurdles with 6-0 win over Poland

Amsterdam - England men recorded their biggest win over Poland as Bobby Crutchley's side powered - sometimes laboured - to a 6-0 victory at the Rabo EuroHockey Championships. The match took on a near training ground atmosphere, with the 9am...

EuroHockey 2017: England women’s captain Alex Danson praises team’s pace and dimension in Ireland win

By The Hockey Paper Captain Alex Danson believes that hockey is entering a new era of fast-paced matches - and England women have just the kind of weaponry to cope with its physical demands. Danson netted her 104th international goal following...

Two games in four quarters: Rio 2016 Olympic hockey analysis one year on

One year on from the Rio Olympics, columnist Todd Williams looks back at whether the quarter rule changed nations' perspectives in Brazil. In the wake of the incredible Great British and Argentinian victories, every other team left Rio with some...

Recalling Team GB women’s hockey Rio gold: ‘It got a bit sour singing at the Dutch – but was all good fun’

As the women’s hockey team set their sights on gold in Rio, members of Team GB’s other sports had finished their competition and were ready to party. Here, Olympic gold medallist Moe Sbihi recalls how it was for rowing...

EuroHockey Championships 2017: England’s three-way hockey captaincy suits Ian Sloan in quest for men’s success

Amsterdam - Ian Sloan may have already gained the necessary armoury in his short career, yet the 23-year-old freely admits that captaining his country was not top of the agenda. “It’s not something I ever thought about," he says ahead...

EuroHockey Championships 2017: England men’s ‘different’ style of hockey captains serves us well, says Phil Roper

Amsterdam - Co-captain Phil Roper says England Hockey's decision to appoint three leaders in the men's team has paid dividends - as the trio all have "different" attributes. England men begin their European Hockey Championships campaign in Amsterdam on Sunday...

EuroHockey Championships 2017: fixtures, schedule and England men and women preview guide

BY THE HOCKEY PAPER History England women are defending the European Hockey Championship title they won in such dramatic style in at London 2015 when they overcame the Netherlands in a shoot out. If they reach next Saturday's final, it will...

World Cup fate is in our own hands, says USA star Adam Miller

The final men’s Hockey World League (HWL) Round Two event is underway in Trinidad and Tobago and, with it, rests Scotland’s fate. If the team finishing third in Tacarigua is ranked higher on the International Hockey Federation (FIH) world rankings...
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Laura Unsworth: England and GB’s underappreciated great of world hockey

If you were to name the modern day greats from Great Britain’s women’s squad, the list would most likely...
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