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.
Great Britain 4 (Forsyth 8, Goodfield 11 & 43, Willars 33)
Australia 3 (Ockenden 28, Pollard 34, Wotherspoon 48)
Great Britain’s men lifted the Azlan Shah Cup after beating Australia in a seven-goal thriller in Malaysia, with Scotland’s Alan Forsyth on the score sheet – his fourth of the tournament. Continue reading Forsyth scores again as GB men lift Azlan Shah Cup
Wimbledon’s Michael Hoare said his club drew huge lessons from their first EHL experience against Amsterdam in 2016 to power their way to the FINAL4. Continue reading Hoare says 2016 learning experience key for Wimbledon
Naomi van As (33) sensationally announces her full retirement from hockey on conclusion of this season.
Continue reading Van As The Great Announces Her Full Retirement
New Zealand have pulled off their first win at the Azlan Shah men’s hockey tournament in Malaysia tonight. Continue reading Kane KO’s Japan
England Hockey’s Playoffs saw the top 4 sides in the country; Surbiton, Holcombe, East Grinstead and the University of Birmingham battle it out to be crowned Champions of England
The now world-renowned EHL KO16 and KO8 Rounds weekend has never been short of excitement and passion.
The Vantage Black Sticks Women have retained the Hawke’s Bay Cup by defeating Japan 3-0 in the final of the Vantage Hawke’s Bay Festival of Hockey.