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Sam Ward vows to reach Tokyo Olympics after losing vision

By The Hockey Paper Hockey fans have flocked to support Great Britain forward Sam Ward after news broke on Monday that he had initially been forced to retire …

Hockey Pro League: Great Britain in high-scoring evening of mixed fortunes

By The Hockey Paper Great Britain endured mixed fortunes in their FIH Pro League double header clash against New Zealand on Friday night. Adam Dixon’s …

England forward Sam Ward ruled out of Hockey World Cup

By Rod Gilmour Forward Sam Ward became the latest player to be ruled out of a major competition through England Hockey’s concussion protocols on …

Sam Ward: Great Britain hockey has new lease of life under Danny Kerry

By The Hockey Paper Sam Ward says new coach Danny Kerry has added a “new spark” to the team as England aim towards a first World Cup title. Great …

England’s Sam Ward bags timely hat-trick to seal Commonwealth final four berth

By Rod Gilmour on the Gold Coast Sam Ward was dissecting his hockey future four years ago. Can you believe that this morning, on a garage forecourt somewhere …

Commonwealth Games Hockey: Sam Ward leads England men’s rout over Malaysia

By Rod Gilmour on the Gold Coast Whisper it quietly – and there is a long way to go yet on the Gold Coast – but England men are an increasingly …

Commonwealth Games Hockey: Sam Ward drives England men forward

By Rod Gilmour As the Gold Coast start looms, Sam Ward reflects on his rise through the England ranks while Mark Gleghorne reveals England’s ‘Dumb and …

Sultan Azlan Shah Hockey Cup: England men and Australia set up final showdown

By Rod Gilmour England set up a mouthwatering Azlan Shah Men’s Cup final against old rivals Australia after routing hosts Malaysia 7-2 on Friday night in …

EuroHockey 2017: England men tune up for bigger hurdles with 6-0 win over Poland

By Rod Gilmour in Amsterdam England men recorded their biggest win over Poland as Bobby Crutchley’s side powered – sometimes laboured – to a …