After a few months away from the sport, I have made my mind up to retire from international hockey. I had never planned to make a formal announcement – I rather liked the idea of just stepping away quietly Continue reading “It’s retirement time! I’d like to share a few thoughts..” By Hannah MacLeod
SV Kampong won the Dutch Hoofdklasse for the first time in 32 years as they won a shoot-out for the second time in four days against Rotterdam to spark massive celebrations in Utrecht. Continue reading 32 year wait comes to an end for SV Kampong
Sam Ward Returns to Beeston HC on a 3 year contract.
On the last day of the 2012 season the Blackheath HC 1st XI travelled to Crawley knowing that anything other than a win would see the team relegated to Kent Division 1 Continue reading TROPHY SUCCESS CONFIRMS A RETURN TO THE GOOD TIMES FOR THE OLDEST HOCKEY CLUB IN THE WORLD: BLACKHEATH & ELTHAMIANS HC
Scotland hockey stars Heather Howie and Lee Morton are raring to go as Scotland’s international teams prepare to compete at the Hockey World League Semi-Finals for the first time ever next month. Continue reading Scotland hockey stars raring to go to World League semi finals
The four play-off candidates today fought for a ticket to the final of the play-offs in two decisive duels. Continue reading Round-up play-offs Hoofdklasse (H): Rotterdam and Kampong in final
In a match that saw attack after attack for Amsterdam it was the SCHC defensive line who came out on top. Continue reading Carmen Wijsman gives SCHC the advantage over Amsterdam
Halfway through the first half of the first playoff duel with Oranje-Rood, Marloes Keetels gave her team a 0-1 lead through a Penalty Corner variant, followed by a lot of protest from the home team Oranje Rood Continue reading Den Bosch Scores “dubious” goal: first or second shot?
By Tommy Alexander (Scotland & Reading HC)
It’s really important when reading this article that people understand that I’m not saying it’s “Hockey or Education” and I’m not suggesting that students should not play University sport.
What I am saying however, is that Universities playing in the National League is wrong.
With the latest edition of the England Hockey County Championships being held over the weekend, there’s one overriding thought process that has come to the fore over the past couple of days;
It’s becoming increasingly obvious that the competition is not what it used to be.