England reached the semi-finals…and Twitter loved it.

A first World Cup win for England over Argentina in nearly 40 years thanks to a 3-2 scoreline took Danny Kerry’s side into the Hockey Men’s World Cup semi-finals. There was plenty of reaction from hockey twitter. Here are a few tweets for your enjoyment! Continue reading

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England see off Los Leones to reach World Cup Semi-Final

Man of the match Liam Ansell described England’s Hockey Men’s World Cup win over Argentina as a “stellar performance” as Danny Kerry’s side came from behind to knock out the Olympic Champions in an absorbing encounter. Continue reading

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Hockey Men’s World Cup: Preview.

The Hockey Men’s World Cup begins on Wednesday 28 November in Bhubaneswar, India, with Belgium and Canada facing off in the first match of hockey’s biggest tournament outside the Olympics.

England’s campaign starts at 1330 on Friday 30 November against China. Head Coach Danny Kerry will be hoping his side can better their fourth place finish from four years ago.  Continue reading

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Waller and Wallace selected for England’s World Cup squad.

Just 42 days after making their senior international debuts, Zach Wallace and Jack Waller have been named in Danny Kerry’s England World Cup squad. The duo, who impressed during the recent Anniversary Internationals against Belgium form part of an 18-strong squad in which 13 players will be competing in their first World Cup. Continue reading

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Forsyth urges Surbiton to make their mark in Europe

Alan Forsyth, the Surbiton striker means business this season. He’s already helped the reigning champions to the top of the league after seven games but whilst he’s got his eye on retaining the domestic title for the third season in a row, the Scotland star has loftier ambitions, too.    Continue reading

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