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Hockey player practices on M6 motorway after traffic chaos

On his way back for pre-season training, a hockey player decided to thrown in some extra practice on Monday night after being stuck on the motorway for three …

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 …

A hockey crusade, to get people watching the women’s World Cup this summer

Todd Williams believes that club first mentality will shape hockey’s participation numbers as more children are lured away from open air and onto sofas …

St Ives revels in women’s hockey World Cup ticket bonus

By The Hockey Paper England Hockey has been engaging clubs across the country during World Cup year. The national governing body ran a Big Idea’s …

Anglesey junior hockey threatened by council’s pitch demolition

  By Richard Bright Anglesey is under threat from the prospect of no junior or school hockey matches being played on the Welsh island. Anglesey Council is …

Why it’s time to put hockey clubs first for season-ending league finals

Columnist Todd Williams reflects on the English season and urges hockey officials to look to Hoofdklasse success and bring League Finals back to the clubs …

Tributes paid to ‘inspirational’ Devon hockey player and teacher

By The Hockey Paper Tributes have poured in for an “inspirational” hockey player and teacher who died after collapsing on the pitch playing for her beloved …

Sevenoaks and Beeston make moves for English hockey top flight

By The Hockey Paper Sevenoaks captain Tim Warrington said his side took in past Play Off experiences to rally back and defeat Oxted – and take a big step …

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

By Rod Gilmour 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 …

Pendle Forest: is this Lancashire hockey team Britain’s most successful?

By Rod Gilmour One of Lancashire’s biggest advocates of grassroots sport has been firmly in the thoughts of five members of Pendle Forest 1s this season …