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Late heartbreak for Wales

Canada 2 Wales 1 Leading by an Emma Batten goal with just three minutes left on the clock, Canada scored two late goals to beat Wales

Dutch champs Bloemendaal host coaching clinics in Edinburgh

Current Dutch hockey league champions Bloemendaal will visit Edinburgh this October to offer a fantastic opportunity for children and young adults to attend …

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England crash to New Zealand

England 1 New Zealand 4 England’s women must now beat Malaysia on Saturday to guarantee a semi-final place after crashing to the Blacksticks in Delhi. …

Scotland and Wales join the winners list as England falter

Results October 7th Scotland 6 Trinidad & Tobago 1 (women) Wales 2 Malaysia 1 (women) England 1 Canada 1 (men) India 2 Australia 5 (men) Canada held one …

England coach turns up the heat on Games organisers for ‘dangerous’ hockey schedule

England women’s hockey coach Danny Kerry (pictured) has slammed the ‘ivory tower’ Commonwealth Games organisers for a hockey schedule that …

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England sides carry on winning in Delhi

Results, October 7th Australia 9 Scotland 0 (men) England 4 Canada 1 (women) Australia 2 India 1 (women) England 4 Trinidad and Tobago 0 (men) New Zealand 4 …

Pakistan put away Scotland (men)

Pakistan 3 Scotland 0 First-half goals from stalwarts Shakeel Abbasi and Rehan Butt set Pakistan’s Commonwealth Games campaign on a roll. A second-half …

England overpower Wales (women)

England 4 Wales 1 England played a controlled power game against Wales, who were undone by three Crista Cullen penalty corner drag-flick goals. A well-drilled …