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Hockey caps project under way to find modern players’ numbers

Plans have been drawn up to give England and Great Britain players personalised hockey player numbers that will represent their place in the sport’s …

Welsh hockey fans launch history research in landmark month

By Richard Bright Challenges come in all shapes and sizes – and in the case of two hockey enthusiasts we have one which will be etched in history. The …

Hockey World Cup: Are Pakistan’s victorious 1982 team the greatest?

Pakistan once ruled the world. Ijaz Chaudhry looks back at the last time the Hockey World Cup was played on natural grass. The best ever team or the finest …

It’s been fun, says Biddy Burgum, one of England hockey’s oldest living players

By Rod Gilmour Here at the World Cup, Biddy Burgum, who celebrates her 92nd birthday this month, is describing the modern game with lively hand gestures in the …

EuroHockey Championships 2017: fixtures, schedule and England men and women preview guide

BY THE HOCKEY PAPER History England women are defending the European Hockey Championship title they won in such dramatic style in at London 2015 when they …

Hockey’s torchbearer for the Gulf: Oman

Oman may not be well-known to European hockey fans, but the Gulf nation has the longest and deepest affiliation with the sport of any country in the region, …

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