Category Archives: International Hockey

Tennant sets her sights on the very top

January 2011. In front of a packed house at Wembley Arena, a young goalkeeper is carried on the shoulders of her Bowdon Hightown team mates. Amy Tennant, then aged just 16, is the hero of the hour. Her save from … Continue reading

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Retiring Danson-Bennett has ‘zero regrets’

An international career which began way back in October 2001 has come to an end: Alex Danson-Bennett has announced her retirement from hockey. The 34-year-old, who has won 306 caps, has spent the last 18 months battling a long-term concussion … 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 … 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.

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England’s semi-final chances wrecked by stubborn Spain.

England missed out on the semi-finals of the EuroHockey Championships for the first time in 12 years after drawing their final pool game against Spain, 2-2.

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