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10 questions ahead of women’s Hockey World Cup and can England win it?

Craig Keegan, former England/GB women’s assistant coach, runs the rule over what we may or not see at the Hockey World Cup in London 1. Can we gauge …

England players show team values for women’s Hockey World Cup kit launch

By The Hockey Paper Giselle Ansley says that England’s women’s World Cup shirt was created with the nation in mind as they helped to design a kit …

Great Britain hockey book takes gold at 2018 Sports Book Awards

By Richard Bright Hockey has scored another significant victory after ‘The History Makers’, which recalls the success of the Great Britain …

Key to coaching is balance and having empathy for your athletes

By The Hockey Paper Danny Kerry, the England and GB women’s coach, believes that working with female athletes sees them “taking things to …

Sentencing hockey players to airport lounges and motorway services is pulling roots of our sport

Todd Williams has done the maths and weekend travelling doesn’t make for pretty reading for some English National League clubs Check out today’s …

Women’s Hockey World Cup teams express concern over training times

By Rod Gilmour on the Gold Coast Teams playing at the 2018 Vitality women’s World Cup in London face more time travelling to training for hockey’s …

Ghana women set hockey dreams high at the Commonwealth Games

Ghana women were dealt Trans-Tasman baptism of fire to mark global tournament debut, but have hearts to match, writes Rod Gilmour “We are here to give …

SheBelieves Cup: David Faulkner to drive England women’s football forward under Phil Neville – with hockey influences

By Rod Gilmour David Faulkner, the former Great Britain Hockey performance director, says that taking up the role as the Football Association’s head of …

Men’s Hockey World Cup 2018: England to face Australia in pool encounter

BY THE HOCKEY PAPER England men’s head coach Bobby Crutchley is relishing the prospect of three tough group stage matches after the World Cup draw was …

Danny Kerry reveals he is ‘very lucky’ after heart attack with England women’s hockey team

By Rod Gilmour England women’s hockey coach Danny Kerry has admitted for the first time the extent of his heart attack during a tournament in July and how …

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