Category Archives: International Hockey

Wales denied memorable win by late Gall goal

Wales captain Luke Hawker was left with mixed feelings after James Gall’s late penalty corner goal salvaged a point for England, denying Wales a famous win in their opening match of the EuroHockey Championships in Antwerp.

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Pearne-Webb praises Great Britain’s ‘growth’ as she looks to the future.

Great Britain captain Hollie Pearne-Webb praised her team’s ‘growth’ as they rounded off their FIH Pro League campaign with a 3-1 win over New Zealand in front of a big crowd at Harlequins’ Twickenham Stoop.

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Dixon delighted as Great Britain reach Pro League finals.

Great Britain captain Adam Dixon could not hide his delight after his side’s 2-0 win over New Zealand secured a place in the first-ever FIH Pro League grand finals. “We’re really happy. It’s a massive pay-off for the last six … Continue reading

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Unsworth weighs up the challenges ahead

Great Britain’s chances of reaching the final four of the FIH Pro League may have gone but the remaining games are of great importance for their future ambitions, says defender Laura Unsworth:

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Great Britain men face decisive Pro League tests

The FIH Pro League reaches crunch time with Great Britain’s men facing two crucial games in their quest to reach the final four at the end of June. Danny Kerry’s side sit in sixth place going into their match with … Continue reading

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