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Bedford buy face masks with our #watchyour1s prize

By Jean Fitch As a goalkeeper, any suggestion that I should stand in the line of fire of a shot on goal without my full body, face and head protected would …

Petition grows to keep hockey in Fife and 3G pitches away

The Hockey Paper is getting behind a campaign to stave off yet another 3G pitch being installed which will severely affect hockey provision. Hockey players in …

Hockey and mental health: Why juniors need better support

Goalkeeper Katie Knight shares her emotion-charged story and how hockey can deal better with mental health issues. “When I tried to hang myself,” wrote …

Petition launched by former England Hockey athlete to support young stars

A former athlete at GB Hockey’s Elite Development Programme (EDP) is campaigning for an increase in lifestyle mentoring for young hockey stars after she cut …

#watchyour1s campaign: A heartening start to lift hockey crowds

THP Editorial Perhaps one of the best aspects of our #watchyour1s campaign has been that the hashtag continues to be used across the country, despite our …

Watch your hockey 1s: Our campaign gathers pace, is your club on board?

By The Hockey Paper | #watchyour1s campaign There’s no question that our campaign to get more people watching domestic hockey has been well received by …

Hockey players and coaches back Watch Your 1s campaign

The Hockey Paper’s #watchyour1s campaign and competition to reinvigorate attendances has received backing from clubs, players and coaches — WIN …

Why our #watchyour1s must start at top, with elite clubs backing

The Hockey Paper | Editorial It was an inauspicious start ahead of the 2019/20 Premier Division fixtures. First, The Hockey Paper received correspondence from …

Hockey clubs at heart: How to enter our Watch Your 1s campaign

The Hockey Paper | Editorial Hockey clubs across the UK have ‘big belief’ in our Watch Your 1s campaign after we received great feedback following …

Can Stoop project spark much-needed life into domestic hockey?

By Rod Gilmour | Opinion Richard Leman, the 1988 Olympic-winner, played in plenty of hockey cauldrons across the globe in his career and was a keen observer at …