The final day of the Men’s Hockey League in England is upon us and what a mouth-watering day ahead. With no less than 13 teams still to realise their fate Championship and relegation spots still to be decided in all three of the Men’s National Leagues. Continue reading Survival Day up and Down the Country
Wales booked their spot in the Semi Finals of World League round 2 with a comprehensive display in Belfast against Italy, running out comfortable winners by 3 – 0
In a match that saw Lewis Prosser earn his 100th cap, Wales made it two from two in Belfast after coming from behind to secure a 2 – 2 draw and going on to win against Scotland in the resulting shoot out. Continue reading Shoot Out Drama Secures Another Wales Win
New Delhi: There is a recurring theme whenever top hockey coaches speak of success and failure.
Holcombe Women enjoyed consecutive wins in a crucial double-header over the weekend. A home win against Bowdon Hightown was followed by a dramatic win away at East Grinstead to claim a valuable 3 points for the Kent side.
Penalty corner specialists have struggled this HIL season and have two days to get it right
This week there was an article released by a top Australian player about officials and their accountability in the game. Continue reading Dear Simon Orchard….. Love an Official
As Scotland Women return home from Valencia, having competed in World League 2, we look back at how they fared and talk to their midfield supremo Nikki Lloyd. Continue reading Scotland Hockey, Good Achievement or Missed Opportunities
England Hockey National Premier League
Clifton Robinsons HC 2-4 Holcombe HC
Clifton Robinsons HC: Hannah Coulson, Joanna Leigh
Holcombe HC: Sarah Jones, Leah Wilkinson, Emily Maguire, Lucy Wood
Coombe Dingle Sports Complex, Bristol
Lt Cdr Alan Walker who dedicated his life to the sport of hockey sadly passed away on Fri 17th Feb after a short battle with cancer. Continue reading Lt Cdr Alan Walker 1943 – 2017