The only full and detailed Matchday Media Guide for the English Premier LeagueContinue reading The Definitive Media Guide for the English Premier League.
Men’s Hockey League/ Women’s Hockey League Preview – 26/27 September 2020Continue reading English Hockey Leagues Weekend Preview
MHL Premier Division Review – 20 September
Defending champions Surbiton romped to a big opening day win for the second successive season, beating Brooklands Manchester University 8-1 at Sugden Road, thanks to a five star performance from penalty corner specialist, Luke Taylor.Continue reading Surbiton Rout At Sugden Road Whilst Bandurak nets 100th Goal At Holcombe Park
IWHL Premier Division Review – 19 September
Newly promoted Wimbledon showed that they intend to make their mark in the Premier Division with a 4-0 home win over also promoted Swansea. Fiona Burnet opened Wimbledon’s account in the fifth minute with Georgie Blackwood doubling their lead in the 28th minute, both goals coming from open play. Suzy Petty added a third goal with a penalty corner conversion in the 49th minute, with Anna Reynolds’ penalty stroke putting the icing on the cake for the hosts.Continue reading Wimbledon set the early pace in the WHL As Surbiton lift the Trophy
The Men’s Matchday Media Guide is back
As in previous seasons, the aim is to produce statistical information about forthcoming matches in the Men’s Hockey League Premier Division with an overview of the rest of the league.
For one season only, the Premier Division will consist of eleven teams, with Oxted and University of Durham both promoted from Division One and the University of Exeter retaining their top flight status after finishing ninth in 2019-20.Continue reading Oxted Premier Debut As MHL Is Back
WOMEN’S HOCKEY LEAGUE
MATCHDAY MEDIA GUIDE
19 SEPTEMBER 2020Continue reading WHL Media Guide – Match preview
HISTORY MAKING SEASON IN THE WOMEN’S HOCKEY LEAGUE
For the first time since the Women’s Hockey League was formed in 1989-90, Bowdon Hightown will be missing from the Premier Division in the 2020-21 season after their automatic relegation last season. As a result, there will be no northern clubs in the Women’s top flight with teams clustered in the South, West and Midlands.Continue reading Hockey In England Is Back!
England Hockey have laid out plans to return to play with a new road map based on government advice.Continue reading England Hockey road map the return to competitive sport