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2020: biggest year of change in English club hockey?

England Hockey AGM will see vote on restructure changes but the review has met resistance from some leagues By The Hockey Paper England Hockey’s …

Safety in hockey: We need immediate changes, says Olympian coach

Exclusive | By Rod Gilmour A leading coach and two-time Olympian has called for immediate changes towards safety in the sport at junior level after expressing …

3G in hockey: Another week, another pitch under threat

Thetford HC chairman Barry Reynolds on another 3G plight facing grass roots hockey For over 40 years, Thetford hockey has been a fabric of the town in Norfolk. …

Surbiton aiming to continue unbeaten streak before winter break

Surbiton HC head into the final round of outdoor matches before the winter break aiming to remain unbeaten across the men’s and women’s Premier …

‘Collaboration with clubs key for England Hockey vision’

England Hockey will work with clubs on a “collective journey” before implementing any changes to the domestic set up, says new chief executive Nick …

Surbiton and Great Britain’s Brendan Creed sidelined with ACL injury

Great Britain Hockey have been dealt a major blow ahead of the Olympic qualifiers, as well as Surbiton’s domestic and Euro hopes, after Brendan Creed was …

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 …

Surbiton hammer Reading to underline title credentials

What a way to the start the 2019/20 season. Surbiton, bidding to reclaim the title from Hampstead & Westminster, put Reading to the sword with a huge 10-1 …

English hockey continues to lose club lustre for international bluster

By The Hockey Paper | editorial | online special Later this month, the Terrassa Division of Honor men’s and women’s teams will convene at a hotel …

We want clubs to be professional, says England Hockey

By Richard Bright England Hockey “senses an appetite” from the top clubs to become more professional which could see international players have …