Karri McMahon cuts short her Hockeyroo career

Veteran Hockeyroos defender Karri McMahon has called a premature end to her international playing career due to a chronic knee injury. Despite being involved in the recent selection camp, results of scans last week led medical specialists to inform her of the potential of long term issues if she continued to compete at the highest […]

Mavericks leave it late to take Bronze

The Hauraki Mavericks have left it late scoring a goal in the dying moments against the Southern Alpiners to seal a 1-0 win and secure the Bronze Medal in the Sentinel Homes Premier Hockey League.  The Alpiners continued their fine play to start the match as they would swing the ball around with great confidence […]

Hockey Returns in Belgium

Belga Orée – Waterloo Ducks: 0-3 For the return to competition, the Brabançons had to avoid the trap of the Orée which wanted to resume its forward march after being defeated at Leopold just before the interruption of the championship. A special match for Xavier de Greve and John-John Dohmen who welcomed their former club to […]

Hockey returns as La Gantoise go top

La Gantoise moved back to the top of the Belgian men’s Honor Division following the competition’s return to action on Sunday following a Covid-related cessation. They got the best of Antwerp to make it seven wins in eight games – with a back match against struggling Namur also in the pipeline – as they remain […]

Three Cork Clubs Have Full Sanctions Imposed By Hockey Ireland

In a surprise move, yesterday Hockey Ireland imposed in full the suspended sanctions they had handed out to three Cork hockey clubs several weeks ago. At various stages Church of Ireland, UCC and Harlequins women’s side said they were not fulfilling EY Irish Hockey League fixtures due to concerns at having to travel to Dublin […]

RAF Women’s Hockey Team raise over £3,000 for Royal British Legion

The RAF Women’s Hockey Team have managed to raise over £3,000 for the Royal British Legion. Throughout lockdown many of us have had to adapt our fitness routines. The RAF Women’s Hockey Team took it one step further this month and committed to each running the 10km Poppy Run on the 11th November to raise […]

Promising Signs For Resumption of Hockey Following Government Announcements

Following the Government announcements earlier today (Monday), there are now signs of what will be allowed during the next return to play. Whilst the headlines are promising there is not yet clarity on the detailed implications for hockey or the nature of what will be allowed in what tier from December 2. England Hockey have […]

THE INNOVATION OF THE RED PANTHERS IS TAKING SHAPE

The Red Panthers are in a rebuilding phase. After failing to qualify for the Olympics a year ago, the staff decided to focus on the future, educating emerging talent and building a close-knit team that can handle all conditions. The ambition is to develop a solid Belgian team that is able to surprise at the Olympic Games […]