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Hockey great Jamie Dwyer signs off Bloemendaal career with EHL title

By The Hockey Paper Arthur Van Doren, the world player of the year, will have big boots to fill when he joins Euro Hockey League champions Bloemendaal next …

Surbiton’s young hockey fan laps up European club hockey showpiece

Last month, we asked Oliver Fitch, Surbiton’s ardent 10-year-old fan, to preview the EuroHockey Club Cup. After a successful staging of the event at …

Record ticket sales for the Hockey Women’s World Cup

The UK is going hockey crazy, and that’s official. The BBC recently reported that ticket sales for this year’s women’s World Cup in London have exceeded …

Why it’s time to put hockey clubs first for season-ending league finals

Columnist Todd Williams reflects on the English season and urges hockey officials to look to Hoofdklasse success and bring League Finals back to the clubs …

They cost how much? Ticket sales launched for 2018 men’s hockey World Cup

By The Hockey Paper While the Rolling Stones attempt to sell out stadiums on their latest tour, with tickets costing up to £150 for the average punter, why …

Euro Hockey League final: Bloemendaal power to victory over Kampong

By The Hockey Paper Retiring goalkeeper Jaap Stockmann hailed an ‘unstoppable’ HC Bloemendaal as the Dutch team powered to the Euro Hockey League …

Kampong aiming for emotional Euro Hockey League finale in Bloemendaal

By The Hockey Paper SV Kampong will be hoping to end an incredible season by lifting the Euro Hockey League title – and give their retiring quartet of …

Australia’s Kieran Govers looks to hockey World Cup after exile ends

By Rod Gilmour Kieran Govers has admitted that an “open and honest” dialogue between the exiled Kookabuurra and coaching staff propelled him back …

USA’s Katelyn Ginolfi retires ahead of women’s hockey World Cup

By The Hockey Paper Three-time Olympian Katelyn Ginolfi has announced her retirement from US hockey. Ginolfi made 216 caps for the United States having …

USA field hockey player Brynn Cartelli wins NBC’s The Voice

By The Hockey Paper USA hockey player Brynn Cartelli has become the youngest contestant to ever win NBC’s The Voice – aged 15. Cartelli overcame nerves to …