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Young Gun: Freya Bull

Reading youngster Freya Bull’s love affair with hockey started when her mum persuaded her to pick up a stick at the age of ten because she thought “it …

Alex Danson column: Karen and Craig are huge losses

We are losing Karen Brown and Craig Keegan – two key members of our England and Great Britain coaching staff – and although they have decided to leave the …

Simon Orchard column: My long road back to my normal self

A little over a year ago, I was diagnosed with a generalised anxiety disorder. Roughly characterised, that means I have excessive, uncontrollable and often …

Alex Danson column: I’m excited by what the future holds

We are coming towards the end of what has obviously been a momentous year for Great Britain hockey but it is time now to look forward to 2017 and start to get …

Maddie Hinch: Building on the legacy of Rio will be one hell of a journey – the sport needs new financial backing

Rod Gilmour discusses the way forward for GB hockey with Olympic golden girl Maddie Hinch As the traffic grinds to a halt outside the Century Club on …

Club Spotlight: Find your game at Guildford HC

GUILDFORD Hockey Club are looking for adult members to bolster their thriving set-up, so whether you have memories of hockey from school days, were inspired by …

Will Sam Quek continue to play hockey – or will the lure of television prove too much?

So Sam Quek has finished her three-week sojourn in the Australian jungle. After being treated to a luxury dinner of kangaroo’s tail and chocolate cake on …

What have the Great Britain women hockey stars been up to since Rio Olympics?

Our Rio golden girls have been here, there and everywhere since landing back in the UK. With Team GB up for the team award at the BBC’s Sports Personality of …

Ian Jennings column: We must make the stars want to stay

How can we make our best players want to stay and play in the Premier Division, rather than perhaps taking the easier option of dropping down leagues for …

Young Gun: James Albery

  Beeston’s James Albery is part of a talented under-21 GB team hoping to make a big impact at this year’s Junior World Cup. The 21-year-old started …

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