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Memories rekindled at Hockey Masters World Cup in Barcelona

By The Hockey Paper Two Great Britain Olympians have been showcased in a short film charting their experiences playing for Scotland at this summer’s Exin …

Pakistan in limbo after Scottish hockey severs ties ahead of Pro League

By The Hockey Paper The FIH’s Pro League has been dealt a blow after Scottish Hockey withdrew from hosting Pakistan men’s home matches – …

Scottish hockey mother hailed inspirational after shedding five stone

By The Hockey Paper A Scottish masters player has been hailed an inspirational figure after returning to the sport which helped her to then lose …

David Forsyth ends Scotland goal hoodoo at Hockey Series Open

By The Hockey Paper David Forsyth said he hoped that he doesn’t have to wait 85 matches to score another Scottish goal. And judging by Scotland’s …

Alster’s unrivalled passion saw us to German hockey title, says Amy Gibson

By Rod Gilmour Scotland goalkeeper Amy Gibson has revealed the “amazing passion” which propelled Alster to a first German women’s title. Alster went to …

Italy warm up for hockey World Cup with Test series defeat

Scotland’s women edged their Test series 2-1 against World Cup-bound Italy after a 3-0 shoot-out win at Glasgow Green on Sunday. Sarah Jamieson, Heather …

Alan Forsyth, the Scot who continues to top English hockey’s goal charts

By Rod Gilmour Surbiton coach Mark Pearn has praised Alan Forsyth’s “complete desire” to find the net as a key attribute for the Scot finishing as top …

Scotland men’s hockey continues to fly in face of funding cuts

By Rod Gilmour Funding, goes the dictionary, is when money is “made available for a particular purpose”. In the case of Scotland men, Derek …