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- Latest edition of my podcast is up, covering the main talking points of #HWC2018. Search for “The Top of the D pod” on your usual podcast platform and give it a listen! 👍🏻Chipped in a few bits of *ahem* insight on the @bbcsport live text for the #HWC2018 final yesterday. Proud moment!When Irish eyes are smiling. Phenomenal from these lot. Repost from @hockey_ireland using @RepostRegramApp - World Cup silver medalists!!!! #greenarmy #hwc2018Deserved #HWC2018 winners the Netherlands have been on 🔥 throughout the tournament.Absolute scenes! Repost from @hockey_ireland using @RepostRegramApp - WORLD CUP FINAL, HERE WE COME!!!! #greenarmy #hwc2018One of my favourite photos of the tournament so far from @spactionimages! Plenty more where that came from, give him a follow! Repost from @spactionimages using @RepostRegramApp - Err, @hannahmatthews17 I'm pretty sure you're allowed to do this!! I think you need to go to Croke Park. England v Ireland - Vitality Hockey Women's World Cup, Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, London, UK on 29 July 2018. Photo: Simon Parker
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Becoming quite a regular on Galvanised’s Hockey Shed show. Here we discuss the latest happenings in the domestic leagues as well as whether there should be a winter break or not, plus plenty more. Full video below.
Another appearance on Galvanised Hockey’s “Hockey Shed” this time putting my interview skills to good use to chat to England and Great Britain Captain Alex Danson. Full video is below.
Much of the talk in the wake of both the London and the Rio Olympics has been around inspiration and getting people not only playing hockey but improving as players. Dan Fox, who played at both of those tournaments as … Continue reading
It’s hard not to like England international David Ames when you meet him. A polite, humble man with an unassuming demeanour; you could be forgiven for thinking his Mr Nice Guy personality does not lend itself to the rigours of … Continue reading
Australia held their nerve to win the Commonwealth Games title with a dramatic shootout victory over England in Glasgow. Lily Owsley’s 48th minute strike had looked like it would be enough to give Danny Kerry’s team the win but Jodie Kenny’s … Continue reading