Women’s Hockey

Olympic hockey qualifiers: Great Britain joy as Tokyo 2020 tickets confirmed

THP Report | Lee Valley It took several seconds after the final hooter, but then the moment dawned for the 11 players out on the Lee Valley pitch. Great …

Olympic hockey qualifiers: Ireland women’s countdown to Tokyo matches

Munster’s Roisin Upton hopes the 2018 World Cup can be recreated with a sea of green when Ireland women run out for their Olympic play-offs this weekend. …

Olympic hockey qualifier: Chile Devils aim to put heat on Great Britain

By Rod Gilmour “We started playing hockey because of Britain,” smiles Manuela Urroz. “In Chile, hockey is played by the British schools. …

Olympic hockey qualifiers: Great Britain’s home nations feel for Chile clash

By Cassie Worth Great Britain women’s squad for their Olympic qualifying test will have a home nations feel for the two-legged clash against Chile next …

Great Britain Hockey’s Alex Danson boosted by ’30 minute jog’

Alex Danson has been handed a major boost when after revealing that she was able to jog for half an hour for the first time in over a year. Danson celebrated …

Alex Danson backs calls for women’s sport on free-to-air TV

By The Hockey Paper Great Britain’s Alex Danson has backed calls for elite women’s sport to be added to sports’ ‘crown jewels’ …

Hampstead & Westminster, Holcombe and Surbiton open up with wins

Newly-promoted Hampstead & Westminster put in a fine debut performance in the top flight as they beat Beeston 4-1 in their season curtain-raiser in the …

It’s a teen game in Investec Hockey Premier Division as Izzy Shelley sets sights

Rising teenage star Izzy Shelley is set on a lengthy hockey career after a breakthrough season with Holcombe. Believed to be the youngest playing hockey at …

Hockey Ireland secure pop-up pitch for Tokyo Olympic qualifiers

Hockey is set for its second venture into a rugby stadium this year following the news that Ireland women’s Olympic qualifier against Canada in November …

EuroHockey 2019: England women play for bronze after ‘inexcusable’ defeat

By The Hockey Paper | Antwerp England coach Mark Hager said that he would ‘look deep’ into how to get his bruised side back up and running and …