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Kyle Marshall switches from England back to Ireland hockey

Beeston’s Kyle Marshall has switched allegiances back to Ireland after briefly playing for England. Marshall, 22, was the latest Ulster-born athlete to …

Hockey Paper #Watchyour1s put on hold

This season we were hoping to bring life to domestic hockey with our second #watchyour1s campaign. Our first year proved a welcome success with clubs across …

A stick down summer, domestic league hockey is back

By Rod Gilmour | Editor’s note We saw garages converting to gyms, gardens turned into skill zones. An array of viral hockey trick postings – keepy …

England Hockey chief calls for responsibility as league reconvenes

England Hockey chief executive Nick Pink has called for a “sense of responsibility” ahead of league hockey’s return this weekend. The …

FIH launches Watch.Hockey app to boost fan engagement

By Cassie Worth World hockey has launched its latest digital offering – Watch.Hockey – which it says will be the new online home of hockey across …

England Hockey league structure changes given green light

By Richard Bright England Hockey’s restructure plans for regional and county leagues – the biggest changes to the sport in two decades – have been …

Beeston call for Euro hockey places for English cup winners

By Richard Bright Beeston chiefs believe that a European place being offered for top tier domestic cup winners would make the Championships “the best, …

Second match called off in Dutch league due to coronavirus

A second Hoofdklasse match has been postponed due to coronavirus in Holland. Following the postponement of the the Amsterdam-HGC women’s match last …

‘Always check your own insurance at your hockey club’

Great Britain and Surbiton midfielder Emily Defroand has stressed the importance of amateur players checking their own insurance with clubs. The Hockey Paper …

What hockey can learn from cricket’s protection

By Angus Porter Cricket and hockey are sports in which a hard ball can travel on an unpredictable path, at speeds in excess of 80mph. So whilst fatalities are …