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Dutch hockey: David Harte helps SV Kampong to first title in 32 years

BY THE HOCKEY PAPER David Harte became the first Irishman to lift the Dutch Hoofdklasse title as he played a key role in SV Kampong’s season-ending …

Hockey For Heroes crew are ready to hit the road – From Cardiff to Marlow in 10 gruelling days

BY GRAHAM OTWAY As a national sports centre, Bisham Abbey has over the years provided training and coaching facilities for a wide variety of top sportsmen and …

Great Britain and England hockey stars raise thousands to remember friend Abby Webb at Stowe School

BY THE HOCKEY PAPER Great Britain and England hockey stars helped a fundraising festival raise over £6,700 to remember a team-mate who passed away from rare …

Great Britain hockey stars could compete for Tokyo 2020 Olympic places in US-style trials

BY ROD GILMOUR Great Britain stars could play for their Olympic places in US-style trials after hockey was confirmed as one of the sports in talks to compete …

England eye Commonwealth glory as Gold Coast 2018 edges nearer

By The Hockey Paper staff Finally putting an end to a dry spell of over 20 years, Great Britain’s recent Azlan Shah Cup final victory over Australia was …

Great Britain put men’s hockey back on track with thrilling Azlan Shah Cup victory over Australia

By The Hockey Paper staff Great Britain 4 (Forsyth 8, Goodfield 11 & 43, Willars 33) Australia 3 (Ockenden 28, Pollard 34, Wotherspoon 48) Great Britain …

Great Britain men hit form to set up Australia finale at Azlan Shah hockey Trophy

By The Hockey Paper staff Despite some notable admissions and a new, fresh-faced outfit, Great Britain men advanced to the Azlan Shah Trophy Final for the …

England Hockey looks to talented future under performance director Ed Barney

By Rod Gilmour The wind is in England Hockey’s sails right now. With less than one year to go until the Commonwealth Games, a raft of new recruits across …

Ashley Jackson’s hockey and ice hockey skills sparks award

By Rod Gilmour Ashley Jackson underlined his amazing ability to juggle two elite sports – hockey and ice hockey – in the same season when he was …

World hockey set to discuss penalty corner issues

By Rod Gilmour World hockey chiefs will look into the possibility of changing penalty corner rules with players continuing to express fears over safety and …