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Emotional Alyson Annan reveals tough day at Hockey World Cup final

By The Hockey Paper Dutch coach Alyson Annan has admitted to a tough day watching Holland defend their World Cup title at the weekend. Annan’s brother …

Players and fans not in tune with Women’s Hockey World Cup music

By Richard Bright Players were not in tune with the loud music played during the Women’s World Cup while “inane blasts” during play did …

Holland star Kitty van Male undecided over Tokyo 2020 future

Despite finishing as top goalscorer at the World Cup, Kitty van Male says she is undecided over her international future. Van Male, who made her debut in 2009, …

The youthful side of the Women’s Hockey World Cup

The Hockey Paper’s World Cup coverage is supported by St. Bert’s Clothing – SUMMER SALE The 2018 Women’s World Cup proved a …

Australia show youthful intent at Women’s Hockey World Cup

By The Hockey Paper Defender Jodie Kenny says the Hockeyroos’ top four finish at the Women’s World Cup is a sign of the youthful team’s growth, but …

Spanish hockey hopes for funding boost after Women’s World Cup history

By Richard Bright From “scraping through” Hockey World League 2 in Valencia in 2013 to World Cup bronze, Spanish coach Adrian Lock hopes that his …

Now for the Olympics, says Irish women’s hockey coach Graham Shaw

Ireland women returned home on Monday to a true hero’s welcome, a civic reception held by Dublin’s lord mayor, silver medals and the catalysts for …

Underdogs Ireland show spirit in Women’s Hockey World Cup silver

By The Hockey Paper Ireland midfielder Nicci Daly is a motor racing data engineer and knows all about speed on four wheels. Yet even she was forced to …

Ireland hockey sent into Women’s World Cup wonderland as Holland awaits

THE WORLD CUP REPORT “I’ve been asking the Dutch for a bloody game for three years, so they don’t have a choice now,” Irish coach …

Hockey World Cup: Holland v Australia and Ireland v Spain is perfectly set up

By The Hockey Paper And then there were two. Well, four in all for the World Cup semi-finals. But while Holland and Australia march on, it’s the teams in …

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