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Hockey Pro League: Great Britain earn extra point after Amy Tennant heroics

By The Hockey Paper Great Britain came away with two points from the first women’s FIH Pro League game in London – but this would have felt like a …

2014 Hockey World Cup review: England expected … well much more

The Hockey Paper looks back to England’s campaigns at the 2014 tournament in The Hague, which saw the men finish just outside the medals following a …

Hockey’s midfield and forwards staying positive are key to goals success

Keeping positive in the lean times is an aspect Todd Williams has been lucky enough to witness great forwards do first-hand Team culture, fitness and …

Hockey World Cup: Dutch antics, crashing sticks and tunnel focus

By The Hockey Paper England women will face the Dutch, the world No 1 side, for the first time since last summer’s EuroHockey Championships – and …

England edge into Women’s Hockey World Cup knock-out stages

THP WORLD CUP REPORT First, the words of Danny Kerry. “If you put yourself in my shoes you’re the coach of the national team playing in a home World …

Hockey World Cup: women’s media coverage expands the world over

By Richard Bright After 48 hours of World Cup hockey wonder, a rest day was handed out on Monday for us all to recover. And if the opening two days are …

‘England can now deal with Hockey World Cup expectations’

By The Hockey Paper England’s players and coach were unanimous in agreement: the hosts now have a better understanding of dealing with the home pressures …

Women’s Hockey World Cup 2018: England has ‘world-class’ squad ready to play host

By Rod Gilmour England coach Danny Kerry believes he has the squad “to think clearly under pressure” after naming an 18-strong squad on …

A hockey crusade, to get people watching the women’s World Cup this summer

Todd Williams believes that club first mentality will shape hockey’s participation numbers as more children are lured away from open air and onto sofas …

Commonwealth Games Hockey: How England women rose after 2014 shoot-out loss to Australia

By Rod Gilmour on the Gold Coast “I’ve stood there myself and, in my eyes, just to take one means you are a hero. The silence that descends in the stadium …

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