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Moritz Furste ‘the Cristiano Ronaldo of the hockey world’

The Hockey Social looks back on the great German’s career with an assorted mix of social media which underlined his status as one of the game’s greats What …

Great Britain hockey book takes gold at 2018 Sports Book Awards

By Richard Bright Hockey has scored another significant victory after ‘The History Makers’, which recalls the success of the Great Britain …

England Hockey adds television value with Toshiba ahead of women’s World Cup

By The Hockey Paper Toshiba TVs will deliver ‘edge of your seat’ viewing experiences for the hockey community and sports fans ahead of the two World Cups …

The Hockey Social: The day Zimbabwe won Moscow Olympic gold

The Hockey Social brings you the latest offerings from across the globe in social media, news, images and video The Olympic Games has produced many great …

Sam Quek turns down hockey World Cup interviews ahead of book launch

By The Hockey Paper Sam Quek, the Olympic gold medallist, marked the 50-day countdown to the Vitality women’s Hockey World Cup by hosting the launch of …

USA field hockey player Brynn Cartelli wins NBC’s The Voice

By The Hockey Paper USA hockey player Brynn Cartelli has become the youngest contestant to ever win NBC’s The Voice – aged 15. Cartelli overcame nerves to …

Watch: Holcombe’s cheeky lob wins shoot-out

By The Hockey Paper Leah Wilkinson said that team-mate Beth Bingham’s ‘cheeky’ lob which handed Holcombe top honours at the women’s EuroHockey Club …

Hockey journalists nominated for Sports Book Awards with Rio Olympic success

By The Hockey Paper Two English hockey journalists have been nominated for the Sports Book Awards with their brilliant recollection of Great Britain …

Women’s sport in UK slowly breaking barriers as World Cup hosts

By Rod Gilmour After a decade and more working alongside women’s national sides, Danny Kerry has come to realise that leveraging social cohesion within …

Hockey’s own Andy Halliday confused by Rangers and Celtic fans

By The Hockey Paper Great Britain’s hockey manager Andy Halliday experienced a case of mistaken identity when he found himself under a deluge of Twitter …

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