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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 …

Watch Bath University student get flattened by hockey water cannon

By The Hockey Paper A University of Bath student got more than she bargained for when she attempted to gatecrash the annual Varsity hockey match against …

Canada women’s hockey on the crest of ‘something great’

By The Hockey Paper Canada captain Kate Wright believes the women’s side is beginning to show signs of “something great” after ending the …

Vitality women’s Hockey World Cup 2018: England’s path to Lee Valley

By The Hockey Paper No sooner has the Commonwealth Games finished than focus turns to hockey’s bigger prize, the Vitality women’s World Cup in …

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 …

The Hockey Social: Australia and New Zealand hockey rule the Gold Coast

The Hockey Social looks back on a memorable Commonwealth hockey tournament for two Antipodean rivals and perfect send off for a retiring great “There was …

England’s penalty corners were below par, says women’s coach Danny Kerry

  By Rod Gilmour Danny Kerry was plotting Great Britain’s path towards Tokyo 2020 on a spreadsheet in his hotel room just hours after their Rio 2016 …

Commonwealth Hockey: Mark Knowles ends with gold as New Zealand take women’s bounty

By The Hockey Paper Mark Knowles began the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games in style, carrying the Australian flag into the Opening Ceremony. And …

Commonwealth Hockey: England women blitz to bronze against hapless India

By Rod Gilmour on the Gold Coast Thinking Thursdays? Call this Smashing Saturday as England women finished their Commonwealth campaign with a superb bronze …

Commonwealth Hockey: Australia edge England to confirm Trans-Tasman finals

By Rod Gilmour on the Gold Coast The semi-final curse struck England men again on Friday as a 2-1 defeat to Australia edged the world champions into a sixth …

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