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TV review: FIH Hockey Pro League starts its six-month journey with minimal fuss

By The Hockey Paper | TV review A familiar sporting feel played out on Saturday as the FIH launched its self-titled Pro League tournament. On the chilly …

England’s Hockey World Cup hopes rely on fitness and clear heads

What a night it was in Bhubaneswar for England – but six long days for Argentina. Ever since their dispiriting 5-3 defeat to France, Argentina had played …

Hockey World Cup: England ready to take flight against Argentina

By The Hockey Paper, Bhubaneswar England will hope to halt Argentina’s world title hopes with aerial prowess in Wednesday’s World Cup …

Hockey World Cup: France set for historic showdown with Australia

By Rod Gilmour, Bhubaneswar Maximilien Branicki took a moment to compose himself following France’s crossover win over China. The Frenchman will reach …

Barry Middleton: Making of an England hockey great

A remarkable world caps record in sight, Barry Middleton should rightly be feted as one of world hockey’s greats. Rod Gilmour reports With four World …

Danny Kerry open to Ashley Jackson’s return to Great Britain hockey

By Rod Gilmour Danny Kerry, the England and Great Britain men’s coach, has offered Ashley Jackson, one of this country’s most gifted stick players, …

Maddie Hinch’s international break highlights Hockey Pro League pitfalls

By Rod Gilmour | Analysis No one said international hockey was easy. On the fixtures’ front, just ask Graham Shaw, the Irish women’s coach who had …

Hockey World Cup: Dutch antics, crashing sticks and tunnel focus

By The Hockey Paper England women will face the Dutch, the world No 1 side, for the first time since last summer’s EuroHockey Championships – and …

It’s been fun, says Biddy Burgum, one of England hockey’s oldest living players

By Rod Gilmour Here at the World Cup, Biddy Burgum, who celebrates her 92nd birthday this month, is describing the modern game with lively hand gestures in the …

Women’s Hockey World Cup: Ireland well placed as England await opposition

THE WORLD CUP PREVIEW England women return to their 10,000 on Sunday in a final Women’s Hockey World Cup Pool B game featuring a team brimming with …