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England v Ireland Hockey World Cup: Young crop are old hands, says Ian Sloan

England co-captain Ian Sloan believes that the young guns can have a “positive impact” on the older heads’ World Cup hopes against Ireland. …

England and Ireland put ties on hold at Hockey World Cup

By The Hockey Paper, Bhubaneswar Defender Mark Gleghorne will put family ties on hold on Friday when England play Ireland, with the loser exiting the …

England look to home comforts at Hockey World Cup

England have attempted to ward off sickness by renting their own restaurant at the men’s World Cup. England officials have flown out their own chef for …

England finish last at 4 Nations ahead of Hockey World Cup

How to assess the 4 Nations tournament in Valencia? Spain finished top of the round robin, England couldn’t find a win, Spain beat Netherlands and then …

Danny Kerry finds delight in defeat after second England loss

England will rely on the old Hockey Champions Trophy format in a bid to come away from Valencia with 4 Nations success. Danny Kerry’s side sit bottom …

Bobby Crutchley quits England Hockey men’s coaching role

By Rod Gilmour Bobby Crutchley surprisingly quit his post as Great Britain and England men’s coach on Tuesday night after five years in the role. With …

Women’s sport in UK slowly breaking barriers as World Cup hosts

By Rod Gilmour After a decade and more working alongside women’s national sides, Danny Kerry has come to realise that leveraging social cohesion within …

Women’s Hockey World Cup: Takara Haines rejoins England squad

By Rod Gilmour England coach Danny Kerry’s stance in bringing through new talent as Great Britain ultimately look to defend their Olympic title at Tokyo 2020 …

Women’s hockey World Cup: England players to vote on social media activity

By Rod Gilmour England defender Giselle Ansley says that the team will vote on whether they remain on social media or turn off Twitter and Instagram altogether …

Vitality women’s Hockey World Cup 2018: England’s path to Lee Valley

By The Hockey Paper No sooner has the Commonwealth Games finished than focus turns to hockey’s bigger prize, the Vitality women’s World Cup in …