Hockey New Zealand is on the hunt for a new chief executive following yet another defection from the unsettled organisation.Continue reading Alarm bells ring for BlackSticks as CEO resigns
Glynn joins following role as Assistant Coach of New Zealand’s senior women’s team
Jones arrives after 12 years as Head Coach of Wales’ senior menContinue reading GB Hockey Bolster Their Coaching Staff after Departures Of Key Personnel
GB men and women back playing FIH Hockey Pro League matches in October
After an 18-month wait, three huge weekends of hockey on home soil in May 2021Continue reading Great Britain’s men’s and women’s international teams to return to action
Lausanne, Switzerland: The FIH Hockey Pro League – the annual global home and away league involving the world’s best international teams, both Men and Women – will resume on 22 September with the national teams of Germany hosting their Belgian counterparts in a thrilling clash between two European powerhouses!Continue reading Germany to host Belgium as “Hockey at its Best” restarts!
Justin Reid-Ross will be seen in the Hoofdklasse once again next season – as he stays in the Amsterdamse Bos. The South African penalty corner specialist signed a commitment to Hurley on Thursday evening. “I am happy that it is now complete, in the end it was an easy choice for me,” said the 33-year-old defender.Continue reading Free Agent Reid-Ross snapped up by THC Hurley
Blues midfielder Hugo Genestet (28) underwent a positive doping control after the indoor final on February 9, while playing in the jersey of the Amicale Anderlecht. Traces of cocaine were detected in his analyzes as well as during the second opinion which he immediately requested.Continue reading Hugo Genestet fails doping control test
As the first hockey player of color in the Dutch team, Terrance Pieters breaks the silence about racism in his sport. On Tuesday he also tells his teammates in the Wagener Stadium about the pain of hurtful words and jokes.Continue reading Terrance Pieters on racism in hockey: ‘It’s done now, I dare to confront’
A senior Indian Olympic Association (IOA) official has claimed Narinder Batra’s election as International Hockey Federation (FIH) President was “illegal” and accused him of making false declarations on his way to securing the top job at the IOA.Continue reading Batra In “illegal” election For FIH and IOA Presidency
It is just over a year since Great Britain and England’s most- capped hockey player retired from the international game.
After three years as Great Britain’s men’s Assistant Coach, Russell Garcia is moving back to his former club GTHGC in Germany for family reasons.Continue reading Garcia and Revington step down from senior GB roles