Hinch named the best in the world….again!

For the third year in a row, Great Britain and England goalkeeper Maddie Hinch has been named the FIH Female Goalkeeper of the Year. Continue reading

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Bray announces her international retirement

Great Britain and England international Sophie Bray has announced her retirement from international hockey. Continue reading

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Pearne-Webb to lead Great Britain in opening Pro League matches

Olympic gold medallist Hollie Pearne-Webb will captain Great Britain in their opening three FIH Pro League games. The defender, who is the most capped player in the 20-strong squad named on Wednesday, took the armband during the Champions Trophy and will continue to lead the team in Alex Danson’s absence through injury.  Continue reading

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Double delight for East Grinstead at the Super 6s

There was a sense of déjà vu at the Super 6s finals as East Grinstead repeated the feat from the 2015-16 season, winning both men’s and women’s titles at the Copper Box in London. Continue reading

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Richardson-Walsh excited by Hager appointment

Olympic gold medallist Kate Richardson-Walsh says Great Britain’s appointment of Mark Hager as head coach is a “risk” but she’s “excited to see what he brings to the table.” Continue reading

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Great Britain hold on in Pro League thriller

Great Britain got their FIH Pro League campaign off to a winning start in an extraordinary match with Spain. Danny Kerry’s side trailed 4-2 at half time but three goals in seven second-half minutes turned the match on its head and despite a late flurry of penalty corners for the hosts, Great Britain clung on to win 6-5. Continue reading

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Kerry relishing Pro League challenge

Danny Kerry spoke of his “excitement” as he named his Great Britain squads to compete in the first FIH Pro League matches of the new competition. Continue reading

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Hager appointed Great Britain Head Coach

 

Mark Hager is “excited” at the challenge ahead after being named as the new head coach of the Great Britain and England women’s hockey teams. Continue reading

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Dare to dream? No, focus on the process

“Of course we dream of winning a World Cup, which athlete doesn’t?”

England captain George Pinner is typically honest as he weighs up England’s chances of glory ahead of their Hockey Men’s World Cup semi-final with Belgium. However any notion that the giant goalkeeper has his head in the clouds and has taken his focus off the job at hand is quickly dispelled: Continue reading

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Kerry urges England to play the game, not the occasion

Danny Kerry declared Belgium to be “red hot favourites” as he prepares his England side to face the Red Lions in the semi-final of the Hockey Men’s World Cup this weekend. Continue reading

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