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Afghanistan hockey team invited to Pakistan international event

By The Hockey Paper Afghanistan, whose national team don’t have an FIH outdoor world ranking, have been invited to compete in a six-nation international …

The Hockey Social: Vanuatu’s scoring system keeps enjoyment flowing

The Hockey Social brings you another regular dose of the latest happenings in the global game and the best in social media Month by month, Vanuatu Hockey is …

FIH launches Hockey Series with World Cup and Olympic tickets

By The Hockey Paper The International Hockey Federation launched a new global structure this week – the Hockey Series – aimed at future World Cups …

Women’s sport in UK slowly breaking barriers as World Cup hosts

By Rod Gilmour After a decade and more working alongside women’s national sides, Danny Kerry has come to realise that leveraging social cohesion within …

Women’s Hockey World Cup: Takara Haines rejoins England squad

By Rod Gilmour England coach Danny Kerry’s stance in bringing through new talent as Great Britain ultimately look to defend their Olympic title at Tokyo 2020 …

Indian hockey rejigs coaching roles

By The Hockey Paper The crazy merry-go-round world that is Indian hockey reared its head again on Tuesday as Dutchman Sjoerd Marijne became the 24th coach in …

Hockey’s own Andy Halliday confused by Rangers and Celtic fans

By The Hockey Paper Great Britain’s hockey manager Andy Halliday experienced a case of mistaken identity when he found himself under a deluge of Twitter …

Surbiton call on English clubs to forget rivalry and support EuroHockey Club Cup

By Rod Gilmour Forget club tribalism and rally together against Europe’s finest. That’s the message from Surbiton defender Giselle Ansley, who has …

Competition: Win VIP day to remember at Surbiton’s EuroHockey Club Cup

The Hockey Paper is giving you the chance to be at the centre of the action at the women’s EuroHockey Club Cup at Surbiton later this month. The EuroHockey …

Showboating or dazzling skill? Alan Forsyth shows ‘unpredictable’ side with Surbiton shoot-out heroics

By Rod Gilmour His shoot out strikes may have got lost in the ticker tape if Hampstead & Westminster had held on for a famous League Finals win. But Alan …