Racing secure vital win to snatch last Belgian men’s top eight spot

Racing Club de Bruxelles won the battle for the final playoff place from the Belgian Honor Division as they beat Herakles 1-0 to sneak into the top eight on the last day of this phase of the season. Saturday’s results left Racing in ninth place with only a win being enough to knock Herakles out […]

Raoul Ehren Takes Belgium hotseat

Den Bosch coach Raoul Ehren has been promoted to national coach of the Belgian women’s team, taking over from fellow Dutchman Niels Thijssen, who announced he will step down from the role this week. Ehren had been acting as Thijssen’s assistant and so will now lead the Red Panthers up to and including the European […]

Hockey Returns in Belgium

Belga Orée – Waterloo Ducks: 0-3 For the return to competition, the Brabançons had to avoid the trap of the Orée which wanted to resume its forward march after being defeated at Leopold just before the interruption of the championship. A special match for Xavier de Greve and John-John Dohmen who welcomed their former club to […]

Hockey returns as La Gantoise go top

La Gantoise moved back to the top of the Belgian men’s Honor Division following the competition’s return to action on Sunday following a Covid-related cessation. They got the best of Antwerp to make it seven wins in eight games – with a back match against struggling Namur also in the pipeline – as they remain […]

THE INNOVATION OF THE RED PANTHERS IS TAKING SHAPE

The Red Panthers are in a rebuilding phase. After failing to qualify for the Olympics a year ago, the staff decided to focus on the future, educating emerging talent and building a close-knit team that can handle all conditions. The ambition is to develop a solid Belgian team that is able to surprise at the Olympic Games […]

Danny Kerry’s GB Side lose again

With just a 32% (combined GB & ENG) win rate for Danny Kerry, things, from the outside, seem far from content in the GB camp. Having led his side into 49 encounters and coming away with just 16 victories, after stepping away from the ladies team after the world cup, grumblings around the hockey family […]

Robertson Scores on her 50th Cap

FIH Pro League – Women Belgium 1 Great Britain 2  Great Britain finally won on the road in their four match tour of the Netherlands and Belgium, securing a 2-1 victory against the Red Panthers in Brussels on Sunday afternoon. Ironically, having failed to force a single penalty corner in the first meeting 24 hours […]

Belgium leave it late against Great Britain

Belgium maintain lead atop FIH Pro League with Great Britain win Reigning World and European champions Belgium extended their lead atop the FIH Pro League table by grabbing a 3-2 win against Great Britain at the Royal Uccle Sports Club in Brussels. After a goalless first quarter in which Great Britain were unable to capitalise […]

A tale of missed opportunities

Belgium 1 Great Britain 1 (Great Britain win 3-1 in shootout) Great Britain came away from their first meeting of two with Belgium in Brussels with two points after winning a shootout, but will be wondering how they didn’t claim all three after failing to convert several scoring chances. Belgium will also consider that they […]

Belgian Hockey League falls victim of Covid-19

Belgian hockey competition temporarily shuts down The Belgians fears were realised when the call came that the Audi Hockey League for the World & European Champions is to grinds to a halt- at least for adults – due to the increase in the number of corona infections. This week, the sports protocol was further examined and […]