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Education is key to Janneke’s success

“The team contesting the 2018 World Cup is completely different from the team that played in 2014, so it is impossible to compare them.” USA Coach Janneke Schopman is considering her team’s prospects ahead of the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup in London and reflecting on the fourth place finish the team achieved at the same event in 2014. Continue reading Education is key to Janneke’s success

Applications open for role of England & GB Hockey Men’s Head Coach

Applications are now open for role of England & GB Hockey Men’s Head Coach.

Reporting to the Performance Director, the Head Coach will be responsible for providing world class leadership and coaching to the national team. The Head Coach will be responsible for transitioning the men’s programme to a place of delivering systemic and consistent international success on the world stage, most specifically, medal winning performances at world-level events and the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

The senior team operates within a centralised programme at Bisham Abbey. The Head Coach is required to work closely with key performance staff, providing detailed planning for the programme to Tokyo and the following cycle.

To find out more information and submit your application for the role click here.

Please note – the deadline is midday (11:00 GMT) on 11 June 2018.

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Controversy as Club Campo De Madrid finish third

EuroHockey Club Cup 3rd/ 4th Place Playoff

AH&BC Amsterdam 1 Club Campo De Madrid 2

Club Campo De Madrid finished third in the EuroHockey Club Cup in controversial circumstances, AH&BC Amsterdam having a potential equaliser disallowed after an umpire consultation with just 16 seconds remaining.

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Mannheimer show dominance over Victorya Smolevichi

EuroHockey Club Cup 5th/ 6th Place Playoff

Mannheimer HC 7 Victorya Smolevichi 0

Mannheimer completely dominated Victorya Smolevichi to finish fifth, both teams making their debut in the competition. Continue reading Mannheimer show dominance over Victorya Smolevichi

“Always win your last game” Host Surbiton bow out fighting

EuroHockey Club Cup 7th/ 8th Place Playoff

University College Dublin 0 Surbiton 4

Hosts Surbiton finally found their form after a disappointing tournament to beat University College Dublin 4-0 and finish seventh at the EuroHockey Club Cup. Continue reading “Always win your last game” Host Surbiton bow out fighting

Den Bosch to strong for Club Campo De Madrid

EuroHockey Club Cup Semi-Final

s-Hertogenbosch 3 Club Campo De Madrid 1

Cup holders, ‘s-Hertogenbosch ensured that the 2018 EuroHockey Club Cup Final would be a repeat of the 2017 final versus UHC Hamburg with a 3-1 win over Club Campo De Madrid.

Continue reading Den Bosch to strong for Club Campo De Madrid