Latest News | The Hockey Paper - Part 20

Hockey Pro League: Kookaburra Nathan Ephraums set to debut against GB

Debutant Nathan Ephraums has the star appeal to succeed with the Kookaburras, according to coach Colin Batch. Ephraums, 20, will make his senior international …

Nicola White: I’m not frightened by my concussion injury anymore

The Hockey Paper Exclusive Nicola White, the Rio gold medal-winning Olympian, says she is doing all she can to still make selection for the Tokyo 2020 …

Harry Martin: GB Hockey ready for Tokyo heat after testing

Harry Martin believes the the GB players’ heat tolerance testing before Christmas will be crucial ahead of Tokyo 2020. “I’m not going to lie, I …

GB Hockey’s Lizzie Neal: ‘Ballgirling helped me on journey to elite player’

By Rod Gilmour Five years ago at the Hockey Writers’ Awards, Lizzie Neal was asked about her aims after winning the junior prize. “My ambition is to play …

Hockey Pro League: USA hold moment’s silence in memory of Larry Amar

USA held a moment of silence in memory of team manager Larry Amar before their FIH Pro League match against world No 1 Holland. Following Saturday’s …

Belarus spark wild scenes to lift EuroHockey Nations women’s title

All hail European indoor hockey. Belarus sparked euphoric scenes in front of home support as they scored in the dying seconds of the EuroHockey Nations final …

Hockey Pro League: Belgium sour hosts’ Australia Day

By The Hockey Paper The Kookaburras and Hockeyroos had their Australia Day celebrations soured on Sunday at Sydney’s Olympic Park. The Kookaburras …

Australia and Belgium set for hockey showdown and top bragging rights

By Richard Bright Belgium, the men’s world and European champions, open their FIH Pro League account this weekend gunning for revenge against Australia …

Great Britain Hockey women raise funds for Australia bushfire appeal

The Great Britain women’s squad are raising funds for the Australian bushfires, with a raffle to win the Olympic champions’ sticks. The 26 players …

Ollie Pope: from hockey to England cricket

An England cricketer crediting hockey for their rise in red and white ball cricket? It has been an all-too-familiar theme in the last few years. First, Jos …