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New Zealand hockey set for independent review after email blunder

By Richard Bright Hockey New Zealand will conduct an independent review centred on the Black Sticks after criticism over the women’s team culture and …

Women’s Hockey World Cup: Australia and New Zealand renew battles

By Richard Bright New Zealand has ‘no fear’ while Australia ‘need to get them one back’. The trans-Tasman rivals go head-to-head on …

Women’s Hockey World Cup: Are umpires leaving an open goal over own referrals?

By Todd Williams | THP analysis The weekend can’t come soon enough. Eyes are on the Dutch, England and Argentina but Pool D’s wide open …

After New Zealand hockey gold, Pippa Hayward decides to leave on a high

By Richard Bright Pippa Hayward, who is still only 27, has decided to retire from international hockey following the Black Sticks’ brilliant gold medal at …

Shoot-out sees New Zealand beat England to reach Commonwealth hockey final

By Rod Gilmour on the Gold Coast England were denied a fourth shot at Commonwealth gold by New Zealand – but were still outdone by an Australian on …

Women’s Hockey World Cup teams express concern over training times

By Rod Gilmour on the Gold Coast Teams playing at the 2018 Vitality women’s World Cup in London face more time travelling to training for hockey’s …

New Zealand hockey star Gemma McCaw retires as Australia women make changes for Oceania Cup

By The Hockey Paper New Zealand will be without Gemma McCaw, married to former All Black Richie McCaw, for the Oceania Cup after she confirmed her retirement …

New Zealand women’s team named for hockey World Cup

Black Sticks women’s head coach Mark Hager has announced a mix of experience and youth in New Zealand’s team to compete at the hockey World Cup in The …

New Zealand keep finals hopes alive

The Black Sticks women have kept their final hopes alive at the Hawke’s Bay Festival of hockey with a convincing 6-2 win against Japan on Thursday. …

New Zealand defeat Korea; Argentina beat Australia

New Zealand have started the Hawke’s Bay Festival of Hockey with a 3-1 win over Korea. The Kiwis led from start to finish, with goals from Anita …