Latest News | The Hockey Paper - Part 31

Cambridge City handed £2.5m boost for ‘hockey hub’

By The Hockey Paper Cambridge City HC believe they will be “on a par” with some of the biggest hockey clubs in Europe after a donation to the tune …

Can Irish hockey replicate World Cup success with domestic crowds?

By The Hockey Paper There will hopefully be a surge of interest on the back of the Green Army’s World Cup success when the Irish women’s domestic …

Hockey backboard noise was like ‘crack from high-powered rifle’

By The Hockey Paper Neighbours living next to a hockey pitch in northern England complained that the ball thudding the backboard was akin to “gunshot …

World hockey turns down Malaysia and India automatic Olympic places

By Rod Gilmour World hockey chiefs will turn down the Asian Hockey Federation’s request that the silver medallists from the Asian Games be awarded Tokyo …

Beeston hockey’s live TV venture once again sets club template

By The Hockey Paper | Editorial There may have been little fanfare for the opening weekend of England’s domestic season, but there was visibility abound …

Hockey Social: ‘Why is a girl playing with the boys?’

The Hockey Paper‘s scroll through the weekend in hockey in five tweets Girl Power This tweet stuck out the most at Hockey Paper Towers, not least for her …

Wearing Kinesio tape for hockey? Get advice for best results

By Natalie Turner | Comment It seems a distant memory watching Vets play on a late Saturday afternoon with my team-mates having to drink two fingers of …

1988 Seoul hockey book published to coincide with 30th anniversary match

By The Hockey Paper Danny Kerry’s first match in charge of the Great Britain men’s team will fall against the backdrop of one of the nation’s …

Scottish hockey mother hailed inspirational after shedding five stone

By The Hockey Paper A Scottish masters player has been hailed an inspirational figure after returning to the sport which helped her to then lose …

Argentina beat Australia to win Darwin hockey international

By The Hockey Paper Kieran Govers notched his first goal for the Kookaburras in nearly two years – but in a losing cause as Argentina won the Darwin …