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Rising star Erica Sanders can be next Alex Danson, says Phil Gooderham

By Rod Gilmour University of Birmingham coach Phil Gooderham believes that rising star Erica Sanders has a “tremendous” future ahead of her and can …

Three-way partnership earns Leeds Hockey Club high status

Leeds Hockey Club are toasting their elevation to the men’s National League – clinched this week following their runaway exploits in the Northern Premier. …

Kate Richardson-Walsh: Let’s work together to help hockey grow

As the next Olympic cycle begins and the new international league looms on the horizon, what will become of our sport in the coming years? Our international …

Club Spotlight: Find your game at Guildford HC

GUILDFORD Hockey Club are looking for adult members to bolster their thriving set-up, so whether you have memories of hockey from school days, were inspired by …

Will Sam Quek continue to play hockey – or will the lure of television prove too much?

So Sam Quek has finished her three-week sojourn in the Australian jungle. After being treated to a luxury dinner of kangaroo’s tail and chocolate cake on …

Norman Hughes: the player who refused to move south from Wakefield

Wakefield’s Norman Hughes made his name as a dynamic left-midfielder in the Great Britain side of the mid-80s. Since then, he’s established himself as one …

Surbiton win national title in second season in premier hockey division

Surbiton defeated league-toppers Canterbury 3-0 on Sunday to win the women’s championship after only two seasons in the top flight of English hockey. The …

Blackheath goes back in time for hockey 1861-style

The world’s oldest hockey club, Blackheath Hockey Club in south-east London, will mark its 150th anniversary by holding a Victorian-themed hockey match on …