Latest News

Alex Danson: ‘I always felt a real license to compete when I stepped on the field’

Great Britain hockey great Alex Danson-Bennett speaks exclusively to THP on a life in hockey and the golden road to the top A COMPETITIVE WAVE It was funny, …

Punch shots and the ramp: Hockey is losing out to cricket’s magic hands

Just before last summer’s Cricket World Cup, Jonny Bairstow used the sport’s showpiece event to pay ode to hockey, writes Shahbaz M. The English …

England Hockey releases anti-racism message after player incident

Tendo Kimuli, who this week stood up to racism after charting abuse on the pitch, revealed that England Hockey chief executive Nick Pink has spoken to him to …

Wales’ Rupert Shipperley passes off rugby for GB hockey dream

By Richard Bright Teak-tough geography teacher Rupert Shipperley hopes to rack up the air miles on the return road to Tokyo 2020 next year. The Hampstead & …

Calls for anti-racism support after hockey pitch abuse aimed at black player

By Rod Gilmour A promising black hockey player has recalled his experiences of racial abuse on the pitch and questioned England Hockey’s lack of …

PSI Hockey aims to grow in UK for 2020

Pro Series Indoor (PSI) organisers have hailed its first UK event as a “massive success” as the growing indoor event broadened its reach in 2019. PSI held …

Where does hockey sit as elite sport returns in England?

By Richard Bright Elite sport can resume behind closed doors in England from Monday if certain guidelines are met, with the government announcing on Saturday …

Club hockey file: Leicester City pitch project on track despite pandemic

In our Club File series we’ve heard from Gloucester City on momentum after pandemic, Eastcote on insurance issues and Wakefield HC on how the …

Club hockey file: How Wakefield aim to return stronger

In our Club File series we’ve heard from Gloucester City on momentum after pandemic and Eastcote on insurance issues. Here, Helen Royan, Wakefield HC …

Team GB women’s hockey gold edged out in best women’s sport moment

By Rod Gilmour Nearly four years after Team GB women etched themselves into history, the hockey squad’s memorable, stop-the-nation performance has been …