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Sultan of Johor Hockey: Great Britain and India to meet again in final

After their spirited Sultan of Johor Cup draw with Australia, Great Britain men’s coach Jon Bleby said their tournament could now start in earnest. They …

World hockey turns down Malaysia and India automatic Olympic places

By Rod Gilmour World hockey chiefs will turn down the Asian Hockey Federation’s request that the silver medallists from the Asian Games be awarded Tokyo …

Sports psychologists bring negative vibe, says India hockey coach

By Richard Bright India will enter the pressured cauldron of a home World Cup in November without the need of a team psychologist as they search for a first …

Sardar Singh, former India hockey captain, to retire from international game

By The Hockey Paper Sardar Singh, the former India captain, reportedly retired from international hockey on Wednesday, ending a lengthy service with the …

Women’s Hockey World Cup: India’s Ashoka Chakra ‘reappears’ on Indian flag after London launch

By The Hockey Paper Hockey World Cup organisers have seemingly moved swiftly to correct an omission on the Indian flag at a pre-tournament launch event. …

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 …

Australia edge India in final men’s hockey Champions Trophy

By The Hockey Paper Australia’s Kookaburras, in their first tournament without Mark Knowles, won the final men’s Champions Trophy in Breda courtesy …

Rani to lead India against England in women’s hockey World Cup opener

By The Hockey Paper Rani will lead out India in their opening game against hosts England at the Vitality women’s World Cup on July 21. The Asian nation …

Make hockey India’s No 1 sport, urges Odisha chief to prime minister

By The Hockey Paper The chief minister from Odisha, hosts of this year’s men’s World Cup, has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to recognise …

Bhubaneswar’s 2018 hockey World Cup to feature murals and mobikes

By Richard Bright Bhubaneswar, host of this year’s men’s World Cup, will see an upsurge in wall murals with a hockey theme ahead of the December …