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Women’s Hockey World Cup: Are umpires leaving an open goal over own referrals?

By Todd Williams | THP analysis The weekend can’t come soon enough. Eyes are on the Dutch, England and Argentina but Pool D’s wide open …

At the Women’s Hockey World Cup, Holland has plenty to savour

By Todd Williams | THP Analysis The Vitality Women’s World Cup opening games have already seen shock results and teams staking their title claims. Italy …

Why opening wins are key at Women’s Hockey World Cup

Day One of the Vitality Women’s World Cup is over and three teams can breathe easy in the knowledge that they’ve got that all-important first win, writes …

Women’s Hockey World Cup: newcomers’ guide to watching professional game

New to the game or an amateur wanting to learn from the best? The Hockey Coach, Todd Williams, takes you through what to look out for at the Vitality …

A hockey crusade, to get people watching the women’s World Cup this summer

Todd Williams believes that club first mentality will shape hockey’s participation numbers as more children are lured away from open air and onto sofas …

Why it’s time to put hockey clubs first for season-ending league finals

Columnist Todd Williams reflects on the English season and urges hockey officials to look to Hoofdklasse success and bring League Finals back to the clubs …

The making of Mark Knowles: Australia’s inspired hockey leader

Mark Knowles retired from hockey after leading Kookaburras to a sixth Commonwealth gold. Here, columnist Todd Williams salutes an Australian sporting great, …

Sentencing hockey players to airport lounges and motorway services is pulling roots of our sport

Todd Williams has done the maths and weekend travelling doesn’t make for pretty reading for some English National League clubs Check out today’s …

International hockey players heading into pressured waters ahead of Pro League

By Todd Williams in Perth When news broke of the lengthy suspensions for Australian cricket’s disgraced ball tampering trio, it was surprising to hear …

Why modified formats are hurting hockey’s Olympic status

By Todd Williams The FIH, hockey’s international governing body, was formed in 1924, largely in response to the sport being left out of the Paris …

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