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No drawn matches and PumpPlays: Hockey Australia aims fan-centric

By Richard Bright Is change always a good thing? In sport or business it will always divide opinion. The latest in hockey comes via Hockey Australia as it aims …

Kitty van Male says goodbye to Oranje as Holland set out FIH Pro League path

By The Hockey Paper Kitty van Male, the World Cup’s top scorer, has announced her retirement aged 30. The fearsome striker netted eight times in London …

Wimbledon turn to wise heads for Euro Hockey League campaign

By The Hockey Paper Wimbledon will aim to kick start their season in Europe this weekend after another slow start to the domestic campaign. Beaten by London …

Sam Ward strikes to hand Danny Kerry first taste of Great Britain success

By Rod Gilmour, Lee Valley The A-Team theme tune was a constant over the tannoy given the Seoul reunion feel to this Toshiba International. Face was saved for …

Danny Kerry open to Ashley Jackson’s return to Great Britain hockey

By Rod Gilmour Danny Kerry, the England and Great Britain men’s coach, has offered Ashley Jackson, one of this country’s most gifted stick players, …

Hockey shorts: Roelant Oltmans new Malaysia coach, Hertzberger’s milestone

Dutchman Roelant Oltmans is Malaysia’s new head coach after he replaced Stephen Van Huizen on Monday. Oltmans, 64, quit the same role with Pakistan 10 …

‘Fierce competition’ sees Danny Kerry add youth for Belgium clash

By Rod Gilmour Danny Kerry will add a dose of youth on a night dedicated towards Eighties’ greats on Wednesday at the Anniversary International. East …

Spanish hockey continues heady heights and sponsorship to match

By The Hockey Paper Spanish hockey continues to make hay in a football-obsessed nation. Real Sociedad’s hockey team had a weekend to remember when they …

Kate Richardson-Walsh: More female hockey coaches needed for role models

By Rod Gilmour They may be featuring in the Conference, but it was a premier start for the Richardson-Walsh name on Saturday. Helen starred with a Cambridge …

Seoul Olympics 1988 memories: I turned my hockey stick and shinned Roger Self

In an extract taken from Seoul Glow, a new book about Great Britain‘s golden success in 1988, defender Martyn Grimley recalls training sessions with late …