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Alex Danson is England Hockey women’s captain – but coach Danny Kerry yet to confirm full-time leader

BY ROD GILMOUR England women head into the summer, starting with the Investec International weekend against Argentina and the Netherlands in London, with no …

Kate Richardson-Walsh: creating one vision and why hockey teams fascinate me

Kate Richardson-Walsh, the former GB and England captain, is closing in on her first season at Dutch club HC Bloemendaal. Here, she speaks to The Hockey Paper …

Is Alex Danson set to become England Hockey’s next women’s captain after Kate Richardson-Walsh?

BY ROD GILMOUR England Hockey remained tight-lipped on Friday over Kate Richardson-Walsh’s replacement as women’s national captain. After 13 years …

Hockey For Heroes crew are ready to hit the road – From Cardiff to Marlow in 10 gruelling days

BY GRAHAM OTWAY As a national sports centre, Bisham Abbey has over the years provided training and coaching facilities for a wide variety of top sportsmen and …

Kate Richardson-Walsh column: And so it begins, the next four-year cycle…

As the men’s and women’s England squads return from their respective South Africa trips, I am reminded that the immediate period post-Olympics is always an …

Kate Richardson-Walsh: Let’s work together to help hockey grow

As the next Olympic cycle begins and the new international league looms on the horizon, what will become of our sport in the coming years? Our international …

What have the Great Britain women hockey stars been up to since Rio Olympics?

Our Rio golden girls have been here, there and everywhere since landing back in the UK. With Team GB up for the team award at the BBC’s Sports Personality of …

Kate Richardson-Walsh, Great Britain’s jubilant Rio skipper, is eager for her Dutch challenge

Rod Gilmour finds out about the latest chapter in the life of captain Kate It seems an unlikely meeting point for an elite athlete, but the latest chapter in …

England in turmoil: Coach Jason Lee stands down on eve of Games

England women’s preparations for the Commonwealth Games have been thrown into disarray with coach Jason Lee leaving his post less than four weeks before the …

England left stunned in the Hague

England are unlikely to reach the semi-final stage of the women’s hockey World Cup after suffering their second straight defeat in the Hague today. The …