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Hockey player’s death ruled accidental, clubs to be issued safety guidelines

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England Hockey is expected to issue updated health and safety guidelines to all clubs following the death of a 'kind and loving' 14-year-old hockey...

Hockey player, 14, died ‘after being hit on the head at...

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A junior club member at Blueharts HC in Hertfordshire died after being hit on the head with a hockey stick before a training session,...

‘Always check your own insurance at your hockey club’

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Great Britain and Surbiton midfielder Emily Defroand has stressed the importance of amateur players checking their own insurance with clubs. The Hockey Paper has heard...

What hockey can learn from cricket’s protection

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By Angus Porter Cricket and hockey are sports in which a hard ball can travel on an unpredictable path, at speeds in excess of 80mph....

Why every hockey club has responsibility to educate on concussion

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By Natalie Turner Concussion is the hot topic in hockey. No doubt about it. “It wasn’t like that in the olden days” I hear you...

Getting safety ready for the new hockey season

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Published before the pandemic, England Hockey were keen to respond to questions posed by The Hockey Paper’s readers around safety in our sport. Are concussions...

FIH outlines face mask recommendations for recreational hockey return

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By Rod Gilmour World hockey says that grass-roots sides should have enough individual face masks at penalty corners to avoid sharing when the game returns...

No one wants to be in hospital on Monday morning, says...

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By Richard Bright Jon Royce, the former GB coach, says that 'mismatches' in junior hockey skills are accounting for the current dangers at grass roots...

Safety in hockey: Readers’ respond

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Our coverage this year on Sam Ward's injury - despite it being an accident - provoked an overwhelming response to safety within the game,...

‘Player safety needs to be tighter at hockey internationals’

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Adrian Lock, Spain women's coach, says more can be done to combat injuries at major tournaments. Speaking on Hockeytoday.cc's regular Ask Me Anything coaches' chat, along...
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