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Old Georgians halt Surbiton title party

Men’s Hockey League Premier Division

Surbiton 3 Old Georgians 3 (Sat)

East Grinstead 0 Surbiton 5 (Sun)

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Surbiton clinch regular season title with four games to spare

Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division

Buckingham 2 Surbiton Ladies 5 (Sat)

Surbiton Ladies 2 Holcombe 1 (Sun)

Two victories over a hectic doubleheader weekend ensured that Surbiton Ladies will finish top of the Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division for the fifth time in six years and qualify for Europe.

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India claim bonus point with shoot-out triumph over Australia

India men produced a near-perfect shoot-out performance

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Danson Hangs Up Her Stick on Stellar Career

Great Britain and England Hockey have mixed emotions in reporting that Alex Danson-Bennett has decided to retire from hockey. Whilst it is hugely disappointing to lose a player of Alex’s calibre, we are happy in the knowledge that this is the right decision for her.

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Eugene Magee Retires from International Hockey

Having made his debut for Ireland in 2005 against Belgium, Magee since received 295 caps for Ireland before officially deciding to retire from International Hockey. With over 60 goals scored for Ireland, and a self-described career high of scoring against Germany in the Olympics in Rio 2016, Magee informed team-mates and management of his decision late last week.

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Netherlands Triumph after 3hrs of Hockey Vs Argentina

Due to a hellish storm that swept Buenos Aires on Sunday evening, the Dutch national team played a game against Las Leonas that started at 8:30 PM Argentine time and only ended at 11:45 PM. First the game was stopped, then the players re-entered the field, then they had to wait another hour and finally the game was played. The Orange did win, 3-1.

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Netherlands women suffer first defeat at the hands of Las Leonas

Argentina’s women claimed a stunning 2-0 victory over reigning World, European and Pro League champions the Netherlands in one of four FIH Hockey Pro League matches to take place in recent hours. There were also positive results for the Netherlands men and the national teams of New Zealand.

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This years FIH Star Awards actually Make Sense…

For the Goalkeepers anyway, as the World No.1 in each gender have been voted FIH Goalkeepers of the Year.

Congratulations Vincent Vanasch & Rachael Lynch

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Kalinga thriller as Belgium triumph against India in FIH Hockey Pro League

Belgium Strike back against India

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Dixon Leads GB To First ProLeague Win Of 2020

Two goals from Adam Dixon helped Great Britain’s men secure their first win in the 2020 FIH Hockey Pro League as they comfortably beat New Zealand in Auckland.

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