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Surbiton men's coach Mark Pearn believes that Zach Wallace will be one of the leading players in the Hoofdklasse next season after joining HGC. The men's domestic champions lost Wallace and Alan Forsyth to...
Double GB Olympian James Tindall is rubbing shoulders with former England cricket greats over the next two weeks. Tindall, who still plays for Old Georgians in the men's Premier Division, is the only non-cricketer...
The GB international exodus to the continent after the Tokyo Olympics has continued apace with further big name signings. Hannah Martin will leave Surbiton after five seasons to play for THC Hurley next season...
English domestic hockey will lose one of its most potent forwards in recent years after Surbiton ace Alan Forsyth was announced as an HGC player next season. The Hague club secured the signings of...
Overseas hockey supporters face being barred from attending the Tokyo Olympics. Japan's Mainichi newspaper reported this week that the government was planning to stop overseas visitors due to over pandemic fears.
MPs will examine the role of national governing bodies regarding concussion in an inquiry to be launched on Wednesday. The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport's concussion in sport inquiry will consider scientific...
The Hockey Museum has unearthed newspaper reports to mark the 125th anniversary of the first ever women’s international hockey match. The Ireland and England match in Dublin took place on March 2, 1896, the...
Great Britain, the Olympic women's hockey champions, will travel to Ireland for a three-match uncapped series this month, with coverage live on RTE and BBC Sport. The SoftCo series matches will take place from...
In our latest Club File, George Money Muter, Aberystwyth University Men’s treasurer and kit secretary, sets the scene as Welsh club hopes to return to the pitch. In the 2018/19 season, the club...
In our latest Club File series, we speak to an administrator who has written a book aiming to help club volunteers Over the last 20 years, John Oates has worked with governing bodies, as...