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The Mental Game: Motivate your field hockey pre-season

Pre-season training is upon us and with it the thought of no end of pain from various parts of the body that have not been used for several months. Cries of “I hate pre-season” “I wish we didn’t have...

Eat like a hockey pro: Banana oat muffins recipe

Muffins don’t have to be high carbohydrate and high fat cake-like productions. By avoiding flour and including higher protein ingredients like Greek yoghurt and oats you can produce something that tastes decent and is well under 100 calories. If you...

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 controversial ending Where next for England? In the wake of the men’s fourth-place finish...

Comment: Extend the new schools’ knockout competition format

This year has seen the introduction of a knock-out Cup and Plate competition for the boys’ U18 national school competition. The format of the matches is 35 minutes each way with all normal rules and regulations applying. This is a...

Reviews: CHECK training device and more

CHECK your readiness to exercise Hockey’s demands on your fitness levels are ever increasing. But while we all know the benefits of training programs, one big question nobody seems to take account of is ‘what does my body say?’ If we...

RDS completes a dream season

While England’s club’s wiped out at the last-16 stage of the Euro Hockey League (EHL), at least there was some national representation on the podium with former Loughborough Student and Bowdon player Richie Dawson-Smith a key member of the...

Khawaja Junaid: Where to for Pakistan hockey?

Khawaja Junaid was in the Hague for the World Cup, his country wasn’t. World Cup gold medallist and Olympic bronze medallist Junaid played for Pakistan from 1987-1995. The great left-half was player of tournament when Pakistan last won the Champions...

Scotland women target Commonwealth Games top-four

After finishing seventh in Delhi four years ago, Scotland ladies have openly set a target of a top-four finish at Glasgow 2014. And with the squad of 16 that coach Gordon Shepherd has selected, it is definitely achievable, writes...

Maddie Hinch not stumped by this cricket test

No, England goalkeeper Maddie Hinch isn’t working on a career change, but she has been picking up a few ideas from England wicketkeeper Matt Prior and wicketkeeping coach Bruce French. “The physical demands of wicket-keeping are immense and it’s a...

Michael Hoare: Taking it all in his stride

Michael Hoare is the hard hitting Merseysider who has taken to international hockey like a duck to water. In a two-year England career Hoare has played in a World Cup semi-final and won a World League Final bronze medal....
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England Hockey sets out latest roadmap in welcome club boost

Car sharing is set to be allowed, clubhouses can open and there is a welcome back for spectators from...
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