Women’s Premier Division Transfers 2019-20

With the opening weekend of the Investec Women’s Premier Division almost upon us, it’s time to take a quick look at all the moves over the summer as we try to work out if anyone can stop Surbiton taking their seventh consecutive title. So here we go… Continue reading

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Men’s Premier Division Transfers 2019-20

The Men’s Premier Division returns to action this coming weekend. After a summer packed with international hockey, attentions now turn to the upcoming domestic season. The Hockey Paper’s #watchyour1s campaign, aims to get more people involved with supporting their teams and in an attempt to help raise that interest and with the curtain raiser just days away, here’s a look at some of the more notable Premier League transfers and how they might shape things for the season ahead. Continue reading

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The draw for the Olympic Qualifiers has been made

25 October – 3 November. Ten days that will make or break the Olympic dreams of a number of hockey athletes around the world.

With the FIH making the draw for the all-important Olympic qualifying ties earlier on today, we now know the matches which will decide who makes it through to the Olympic Games, Tokyo 2020. Continue reading

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Win before you play.

George Pinner, Tyler Lovell, Amy Tennant, Tommy Alexander, Amy Gibson, Kirsty Mackay, Devon Manchester…..The Top of the D. Continue reading

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Pearne-Webb calls for improvement despite semi-final berth

England collected the three points they needed to book their place in the EuroHockey Championships semi-finals but their performance against Belarus was far from convincing. Continue reading

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