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Graham Shaw quits Ireland hockey to take up New Zealand women’s role

By The Hockey Paper In a shock departure – and a big blow for Irish sport after its summer of hockey last year – Graham Shaw quit as coach of World …

Great Britain Hockey support Mark Hager after review findings released

By Rod Gilmour England Hockey said on Monday that the findings from the independent review published by Hockey New Zealand into its women’s programme was …

New Zealand Hockey sees player funding suspended after Mark Hager exit

By The Hockey Paper Hockey New Zealand confirmed to The Hockey Paper on Tuesday that it is hopeful of a “positive outcome” after reports …

Mark Hager defends coaching abilities after GB hockey appointment

Great Britain women’s coach Mark Hager has spoken for the first time since taking charge of his opening game in his new role with the Olympic champions. …

Anita McLaren ends record New Zealand Hockey career

By The Hockey Paper Anita McLaren, New Zealand women’s record goalscorer, called time on her superb near decade international career on Wednesday. …

Rich lister Sir Owen Glenn continues New Zealand Hockey investment

Kiwi multi millionaire businessman Sir Owen Glenn has continued to invest in Black Sticks hockey after supporting the men’s and women’s set up …

New Zealand hockey close to appointing independent reviewer

By The Hockey Paper An independent reviewer will be chosen next week to look into the claims blighting New Zealand hockey in recent weeks. It follows …

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 …

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 …