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David Forsyth ends Scotland goal hoodoo at Hockey Series Open

By The Hockey Paper David Forsyth said he hoped that he doesn't have to wait 85 matches to score another Scottish goal. And judging by Scotland's goal at the Hockey Series Open, so does the hockey world. Forsyth, brother of goal hungry...

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 called on clubs to support England’s national champions when they host the women’s EuroHockey Club Cup later this month....

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

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 Forsyth, the league's top scorer for a third straight year, was able to...

Surbiton bag second League hockey title over spirited Hampstead & Westminster

By Rod Gilmour For a second year running, Surbiton came back from the brink to record successive League Finals titles from a shoot-out at Lee Valley. Hampstead and Westminster were 90 seconds from a Euro Hockey League spot before Gareth Furlong...

Alan Forsyth, the Scot who continues to top English hockey’s goal charts

Surbiton coach Mark Pearn has praised Alan Forsyth’s “complete desire” to find the net as a key attribute for the Scot finishing as top scorer in the English top flight for the third season in a row. Forsyth notched 26...

Scotland men’s hockey continues to fly in face of funding cuts

By Rod Gilmour Funding, goes the dictionary, is when money is "made available for a particular purpose". In the case of Scotland men, Derek Forsyth's side continue to produce purposeful tournament performances. Yet they have done so in the face of a...

Beeston and Surbiton clash ‘end of National Hockey League as we know it’

This weekend Beeston and Surbiton will play a crucial top-of-the-table men's Premier Division clash, with a Europe berth up for grabs and play-off spots still very much alive. The season finale could not be much closer. Beeston will open their...

Great Britain put men’s hockey back on track with thrilling Azlan Shah Cup victory over Australia

By The Hockey Paper staff Great Britain 4 (Forsyth 8, Goodfield 11 & 43, Willars 33) Australia 3 (Ockenden 28, Pollard 34, Wotherspoon 48) Great Britain lifted the Azlan Shah Cup for first time since 1994 after beating Australia, the defending champions,...

Six goals lift Surbiton into the play-offs

Surbiton clinched the final play-off place in the NOW: Pensions men’s hockey premier division with an impressive 6-1 win over Canterbury on Sunday. Will Calnan scored two on his first team debut, and Alan Forsyth also chipped in with a...
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UK summer hockey camps: Williams Hockey Coaching

The aim of Williams Hockey Coaching is to give players, no matter what their level or age, a clear...
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