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Georgie Twigg’s all-round class will aid Surbiton, says Sarah Haycroft

By The Hockey Paper Georgie Twigg will focus her efforts on gaining more honours with Surbiton this season after closing her international career. Twigg, 27, …

Maddie Hinch steps aside from international hockey – with Tokyo 2020 Olympics in mind

By Rod Gilmour Maddie Hinch, widely considered the world’s best goalkeeper, has ‘pressed pause’ on her international career. The England …

England’s Ellie Watton retires from international hockey

By The Hockey Paper England and Great Britain’s Ellie Watton was praised for her work ethic and overcoming adversity after announcing her international …

Joie Leigh hopes Dutch hockey tilt will warrant England return

After a summer leading the sustainability programme at the World Cup, The Hockey Paper speaks to Joie Leigh as she embarks on a stint playing in Europe Joie …

Danny Kerry continues English coaching ethos to lead men’s hockey

By The Hockey Paper Danny Kerry was unveiled as England and Great Britain’s men’s coach on Monday after over a decade in charge of coaching the …

England women’s hockey coach Danny Kerry mooted for men’s role

By Richard Bright England women’s coach Danny Kerry is being tipped to take charge of the men’s team, according to reports. It is widely rumoured …

Women’s Hockey World Cup: England play like headless chickens, says Dutch captain

By The Hockey Paper Dutch captain Carlien Dirkse van den Heuvel has upped the ante ahead of tonight’s eagerly-anticipated World Cup showdown with England …

Hockey World Cup: Dutch antics, crashing sticks and tunnel focus

By The Hockey Paper England women will face the Dutch, the world No 1 side, for the first time since last summer’s EuroHockey Championships – and …

Women’s Hockey World Cup: Spirited England set up Holland showdown

THE WORLD CUP REPORT “People who bought those tickets didn’t think they would get such a good game.” So said Susannah Townsend, referring to …

England edge into Women’s Hockey World Cup knock-out stages

THP WORLD CUP REPORT First, the words of Danny Kerry. “If you put yourself in my shoes you’re the coach of the national team playing in a home World …