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Men’s sponsor could follow Vitality deal, says England Hockey

England Hockey says it is in talks with potential men's sponsors before next season's regional and county restructure. In what could be a huge boost for the sport ahead of one of the biggest changes in two decades, landing a...

British clubs set for European outdoor hockey events set for April

British clubs will compete in various European outdoor club competitions set for spring 2021. In the men's events, Cardiff & Met men will compete in the EuroHockey Club Trophy I in Vienna from 2-5 April 2021, after the EHF announced...

GB Hockey men train heroic in adapting to life in lockdown

GB men have used training app to keep players fit and healthy on road to Tokyo 2.0 Paul Stretch, GB Hockey men's lead strength and conditioning coach, says it was a "tough hit" when news filtered through that the Tokyo...

Danny Kerry finds delight in defeat after second England loss

England will rely on the old Hockey Champions Trophy format in a bid to come away from Valencia with 4 Nations success. Danny Kerry's side sit bottom after defeats to Ireland on the opening day and the Netherlands, after a...

Russell Garcia to lead Great Britain side on European tour

By Richard Bright Russell Garcia, who won hockey gold at the 1988 Olympics as a player, has been appointed stand-in coach for Great Britain men's European tour later this month. Garcia had been assistant coach to Bobby Crutchley before his sudden...

Australia favourites for Commonwealth Games after edging past England at Azlan Shah Cup

A resolute Australia, led by man-of-the-match Mark Knowles on his 34th birthday and playing his last international hockey match on foreign soil, beat England 2-1 to regain the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Ipoh on Saturday. Australia, without a shot...

Chris Griffiths back on England hockey path after injury setback

Chris Griffiths felt the emotional weight of his team-mates as he struck his first goal after 11 months out of the international wilderness last week. The East Grinstead forward was on target during England's opening 5-2 win over South Africa...

EXCLUSIVE: Bobby Crutchley to stay on as England and GB coach for Tokyo 2020

By Rod Gilmour Bobby Crutchley will lead England and Great Britain to Tokyo 2020 after securing his job as head men's coach, The Hockey Paper can disclose. Crutchley's stay of execution was granted following an extensive review into the Rio Games' failings...

Phil Roper to make Commonwealth Games debut

Wimbledon forward  Phil Roper, who missed out on World Cup selection, has been included in England's 16-player hockey squad for the 2014 Commonwealth Games. Missing out from the 18-man World Cup squad are forward Tom Carson, defender Dan Shingles and...
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