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Sam Ward strikes to hand Danny Kerry first taste of Great Britain success

By Rod Gilmour, Lee Valley The A-Team theme tune was a constant over the tannoy given the Seoul reunion feel to this Toshiba International. Face was saved for …

‘Fierce competition’ sees Danny Kerry add youth for Belgium clash

By Rod Gilmour Danny Kerry will add a dose of youth on a night dedicated towards Eighties’ greats on Wednesday at the Anniversary International. East …

‘Mushroom’ rings appear on Belgium’s hockey pitches

By Richard Bright Belgium’s top clubs have been struck down by crop circle circle style markings on their hockey pitches. Royal Leopold’s pitch was …

Mother and daughter line up for Belgium top flight side KHC Leuven

By The Hockey Paper Former Belgium international Geraldine Chardome never thought she would have the chance to play elite level hockey with her daughter. But …

Hockey World Cup: Controversy as Belgium denied in shoot out over Spain

By The Hockey Paper Belgium’s Red Panthers were denied the chance of a World Cup quarter-final berth in controversial fashion as Spain advanced in a …

Belgium ushers in domestic league change for FIH Hockey Pro League

By The Hockey Paper As the top nations set their sights on the FIH Hockey Pro League in January, so national governing bodies have been scratching their heads …

Belgium will be world, Olympic hockey champions by 2024, claims president

By The Hockey Paper Marc Coudron, president of the Royal Belgian Hockey Association, has boldly predicted that the Red Lions will become European, world and …

EuroHockey 2017: Netherlands comeback clinches thrilling men’s gold 4-2 against Belgium

By Rod Gilmour in Amsterdam How to silence – initially – 10,000 Oranje? Play forceful, serene hockey with incisive interchanges. Belgium, 2-0 up …