Tyler Lovell Joins Mercian Hockey’s Ever Growing Stable Of World Stars

Mercian Hockey is delighted to announce that Australian goalkeeper Tyler Lovell is joining the brand.
The well-known international player has a global profile and forms part of a growing stable of
international players and goalkeepers supported by the company.
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Austria the Euro indoor champs for second time at a rocking Lotto Arena

14th January 2018: Austria are the European indoor champions for the second time as they held off an incredible challenge from hosts Belgium who rocked the Lotto Arena in Antwerp. Continue reading Austria the Euro indoor champs for second time at a rocking Lotto Arena

GB & England GoalKeeper George Pinner signs for Mercian Hockey

GEORGE PINNER RETURNS TO MERCIAN HOCKEY

Mercian Hockey are pleased to announce the return of George Pinner to the brand. The Great Britain and Holcombe goalkeeper returns to the brand that helped launch his international career. Continue reading GB & England GoalKeeper George Pinner signs for Mercian Hockey

Smith: Spain Test Series Is ’Very Important’ For Comm Games

Hockeyroos captain Emily Smith says the upcoming five-match Test series against Spain is “very important” as the group vies for spots for the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.

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Hockey World News Magazine Edition 3

The third installment of our truly successful magazine is now here!

Packed full of great content, featuring;

Sally Munday, England Hockey CEO, talks exclusively to Hockey World News.

Hockeyroo Steph Kershaw on her year of pain and the bright future ahead. Continue reading Hockey World News Magazine Edition 3

Australia’s Kookaburras claim Odisha Men’s Hockey World League Final Bhubaneswar 2017

  • Australia defend title by edging past Olympic champions Argentina
  • India claim bronze despite Germany reserve goalkeeper Mark Appel scoring 
  • Germany’s Mats Grambusch named Odisha New Opportunities Best Player 

Bhubaneswar, India: Australia’s Kookaburras have defended the Hockey World League title that they won in Raipur two years ago by claiming a 2-1 triumph over reigning Olympic champions Argentina, bringing the curtain down on ten pulsating days of world class hockey at the Kalinga Stadium. Continue reading Australia’s Kookaburras claim Odisha Men’s Hockey World League Final Bhubaneswar 2017

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