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USA Hockey Cut Jobs in COVID-19 Restructuring

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – In a move designed to mitigate the financial impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, USA Field Hockey has announced a restructuring of the organization that includes staff cuts and reductions in pay for all staff as well as a number of reassignments of responsibilities. The cuts and restructuring were made to sustain the organization through this challenging time while enabling the National Governing Body to continue to focus on its mission to Grow the Game, Serve Members, and Succeed Internationally.

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Rescheduling of the Euro Hockey Championships

Following the announcement from the IOC of the rescheduled dates for Tokyo 2020 to 2021, it was clear that the EHF and our hosts for the EuroHockey Championships and Championships II would be compelled to change the dates. 

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‘These things gel you, going through tougher times’ – Hollie Pearne-Webb

Great Britain’s hockey captain, who played a key part in the Rio gold, believes the postponement of the Olympics will give extra time to develop her young squad

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‘Ridiculous’ and ‘Obscene’, just two words to describe rule 7.1j

Great Britain goalkeeper Maddie Hinch described a rule as “ridiculous” and “obscene” after Australia were awarded points for a game that was abandoned, despite Britain leading.

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No Joy on Australia Day in Sydney

Double FIH Hockey Pro League joy for Belgium against Australia in Sydney

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KOOKABURRAS DRAW FIRST BLOOD AGAINST BLACK STICKS

Thursday 5 September 2019 | The Kookaburras have sent an early statement in their quest to qualify for Tokyo 2020 with a clinical 4-0 win against New Zealand in their opening match of the Oceania Cup at the new hockey facility in Rockhampton.

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Narrow defeat for Scotland men against Ireland

Scotland 1-2 Ireland (A. Forsyth / J. Duncan, B. Walker)

Scotland men were narrowly defeated 2-1 by Ireland in the second of two matches at the Glasgow National Hockey Centre. The first encounter ended in a 1-1 draw as both teams prepare for the EuroHockey Championship in Antwerp.

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Golden goal puts Scotland men in semi-finals

Scotland 1-0 Chile (C. Golden)

A fantastic goal by Cammy Golden gave Scotland men a 1-0 victory over Chile in the FIH Series Finals in Le Touquet. Scotland will now take on hosts France in the semi-finals on Saturday.

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Young Mexicans looking for bright future

Bhubaneswar, India: The young Mexican team said before the FIH Men’s Series Finals Bhubaneswar Odisha 2019 that they wanted to gain some experience. For sure, they did. They also won today’s match against Uzbekistan, enabling them to grab seventh place in the standings. The action continues tonight with the cross-overs which will determine who will join India and USA in the semi-finals.

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CLASSY HOCKEYROOS CLAIM IMPRESSIVE ANZAC DAY VICTORY

The Hockeyroos have firmed up their grip on a top four spot in the FIH Pro League standings with an impressive 5-1 win over New Zealand in Auckland on Thursday.

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