Category Archives: FIH

GREAT BRITAIN COME FROM BEHIND TO DEFEAT BELGIUM IN TOSHIBA TVS ANNIVERSARY INTERNATIONAL

Sam Ward netted his 49th and 50th international goals as Great Britain defeated world number three Belgium 2-1 in the Toshiba TVs Anniversary International. Continue reading GREAT BRITAIN COME FROM BEHIND TO DEFEAT BELGIUM IN TOSHIBA TVS ANNIVERSARY INTERNATIONAL

Wales Hold Scotland In Entertaining Draw In Cardiff

Wales 1-1 Scotland

Scotland women were held to an entertaining 1-1 draw in their second match against Wales of a two-game series in Cardiff. The Scots ran out 2-1 winners the previous match in the opening games of new Head Coach Jen Wilson’s reign in charge. Continue reading Wales Hold Scotland In Entertaining Draw In Cardiff

Victory in Cardiff for Scotland in Jen Wilson’s first match in charge

 Wales 1-2 Scotland

Jen Wilson’s first match in charge of the Scotland women’s National Team saw the Tartan Hearts get off to an excellent 2-1 win at the Hockey Wales National Centre. Goals from Fiona Burnet and Millie Brown gave the Scots the ascendancy before a late penalty stroke pulled one back for the hosts in Cardiff. Continue reading Victory in Cardiff for Scotland in Jen Wilson’s first match in charge

Surbiton Settle For Point Against Exeter University

Men’s Hockey League Premier Division

Surbiton 1 University of Exeter 1

After the high intensity of a local derby against Wimbledon in week one, Surbiton had to settle for a point against newly promoted University of Exeter on Saturday night. Continue reading Surbiton Settle For Point Against Exeter University

Surbiton Ladies Continue Winning Run

Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division

Surbiton 1 Clifton Robinsons 0

Surbiton Ladies are the only team in the Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division with maximum points after the first two rounds of matches following their 1-0 home victory over Clifton Robinsons on Saturday. Continue reading Surbiton Ladies Continue Winning Run

Holcombe HC To Host Hockey’s UEFA Cup

After the succes of Holcombe Women in Europe last season, the club hierachy moved quickly to bid to host this seasons European Club Trophy.  Often touted as the UEFA Cup of Hockey, Holcombe will be looking to retain the title they won so dramatically in a shootout last year in Ireland. Continue reading Holcombe HC To Host Hockey’s UEFA Cup

European Hockey Club Venues Announced

The EHF is delighted to announce the 2019 outdoor club venues and pools. Club hockey is the beating heart of hockey in Europe. We are thankful that our clubs, some new to hosting and some experienced clubs, are ready and willing to ensure that 2019 is another great year for EuroHockey club events! Continue reading European Hockey Club Venues Announced

Roelant Oltmans Steps Away From Pakistan Head Coach Role

Roelant Oltmans (64) steps down as national coach of the Pakistan men. That is what various Pakistani media report . The Dutch coach thinks that the circumstances are insufficient to be able to perform well with the national team. Oltmans had only been coach of the Asian country since the beginning of this year and had a contract up to and including the 2020 Games in Tokyo. Continue reading Roelant Oltmans Steps Away From Pakistan Head Coach Role

KOOKABURRAS GROUNDED BY ARGENTINA IN DARWIN DECIDER

Saturday 22 September 2018 | The world number one Kookaburras have lost the final of the Darwin International Hockey Open (DIHO) to second-ranked Argentina in an entertaining 2-1 defeat on Saturday night. Continue reading KOOKABURRAS GROUNDED BY ARGENTINA IN DARWIN DECIDER