So much has changed from the early 1990s when our colleague and columnist Nick Irvine commentated on hockey for Sky Sports at Birmingham University. A single camera set-up with rudimentary graphics, a yellow, sandy pitch and a dirty white ball Continue reading Hockey on TV
Netherlands star goalkeeper Joyce Sombroek (26) has today sensationally announced that she is to retire from the Orange Women Continue reading Sombroek Hangs Up Her Pads
It is said that when Belgium’s current generation of hockey players were growing up, they looked up to Holland legend Teun de Nooijer for inspiration.
Nottingham based Beeston Hockey Club and Dutch club, HC Rotterdam, are delighted to formally announce a ground-breaking new partnership Continue reading Beeston HC and HC Rotterdam launch ground-breaking new partnership
Annan: “Marloes Keetels’s new captain of the Orange Ladies”
Coach Alyson Annan appointed Marloes Keetels as the new leader of the Orange Women. Continue reading Netherlands Name Keetels as New Capatin
It’s an interesting notion.
Unlike our American counterparts in the world of Basketball and American Football Continue reading Are University sides weakening the National Leagues?
New Delhi, 15th January 2017: Ashley Jackson of Great Britain has been one of the most successful captains in the Coal India HIL with his team Ranchi Rays
It’s that time again when in every four years cycle social media goes a little crazy, as hockey fans around the world watch closely for the release of the new National Squads for next Olympic cycle. Continue reading Missing Names or Hot Prospects
Holcombe 5-8 Beeston
Scorers: David Appleton x2, Nick Bandurak x2, Harry Trusler
Holcombe 11-0 St. Albans
Scorers: Nick Bandurak x5, Richard Lane x 3, Gareth Andrew, Ali Bray, Rob Field
Holcombe 6-2 Southgate
Scorers: Nick Bandurak x3, Dan Fox x2, Harry Trusler
Holcombe 10-1 Sheffield Hallam
Scorers: Rob Field x4, Richard Lane x3, Nick Bandurak x2, Ali Bray
Following several tremendous years of performing on the international stage for the U.S. Women’s National Team, two-time Olympians and standout-star sisters Katie Reinprecht (Perkasie, Pa.) and Julia Reinprecht (Perkasie, Pa.) have announced their retirements from the squad. Continue reading Reinprecht Sister Announce Their Retirement