Latest News | The Hockey Paper - Part 30

What to watch out for at the 2018 Men’s Hockey World Cup

The biggest prize in Men’s hockey alongside the Olympics, the Hockey World Cup, returns in the coming weeks with the 14th edition of the four-yearly event …

After the Hockey World Cup, a month to savour for Ireland women

By The Hockey Paper It’s been three weeks since Ireland returned home from the Women’s World Cup after a silver medal and the hockey world and …

Joie Leigh hopes Dutch hockey tilt will warrant England return

After a summer leading the sustainability programme at the World Cup, The Hockey Paper speaks to Joie Leigh as she embarks on a stint playing in Europe Joie …

USA field hockey sees Jackie Briggs and captain Melissa Gonzalez retire

By Richard Bright USA women’s Hockey have seen three retirements this week as a youthful squad was further realised ahead of Tokyo 2020. After the recent …

New Zealand hockey close to appointing independent reviewer

By The Hockey Paper An independent reviewer will be chosen next week to look into the claims blighting New Zealand hockey in recent weeks. It follows …

Beeston Hockey Club to televise all domestic home matches

By The Hockey Paper Beeston HC have announced that it will televise all men’s and women’s home games for the upcoming season. Beeston will be the …

New Zealand hockey set for independent review after email blunder

By Richard Bright Hockey New Zealand will conduct an independent review centred on the Black Sticks after criticism over the women’s team culture and …

Danny Kerry continues English coaching ethos to lead men’s hockey

By The Hockey Paper Danny Kerry was unveiled as England and Great Britain’s men’s coach on Monday after over a decade in charge of coaching the …

Emotional Alyson Annan reveals tough day at Hockey World Cup final

By The Hockey Paper Dutch coach Alyson Annan has admitted to a tough day watching Holland defend their World Cup title at the weekend. Annan’s brother …

Players and fans not in tune with Women’s Hockey World Cup music

By Richard Bright Players were not in tune with the loud music played during the Women’s World Cup while “inane blasts” during play did …

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