England Hockey embarrassment as diversity group member suspended

Vice president of Barford Tigers is banned until December 2021 following series of complaint A member of England Hockey’s newly-installed external diversity panel has been suspended from all activity for 14 months for derogatory and racist behaviour, Telegraph Sport can disclose. Dr Sukhdev Gill, vice president of Birmingham-based Barford Tigers, has been banned until December […]

Forensic investigation called into the governance and operations of Field Hockey Canada

Former Vancouver Canucks president and general manager Mike Gillis is calling for a forensic investigation into the governance and operations of Field Hockey Canada and how its board of directors has treated the women’s team. Gillis, who played for the Boston Bruins and Colorado Rockies, has been embroiled in a long-running dispute with the board […]

Hockey World News Edition 17

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A delayed edition of Hockey World News but one that I feel will be a great read and will spark quite a few conversations around the clubhouse. From the Turmoil within the Hockeyroos to a Gold Medal winning Corona Warrior, we have a full edition that we hope you will enjoy. Feature articles from Jaspreet […]

EHTV+ the ground-breaking ecosystem for club hockey in Europe

The European Hockey Federation in conjunction with our stakeholder partners Recreational International Systems (RSI) and Scorrd is delighted to launch EHTV+. The EHTV+ project has been in development for the last year. The brainchild of likeminded committed entities in hockey in Europe (The European Hockey Federation, RSI, Scorrd, Team TV, Studio Hockey and Hockey Filmpje) […]

100th international match Coen van Bunge: ‘wants to become a record international’

Seventeen years after Peter Elders whistled his hundredth international match, Coen van Bunge will receive the Golden Whistle on Wednesday at the FIH Pro League match between Belgium and the Netherlands . On the eve of that game, we watch his first, best, worst and most memorable match with the Dutch arbiter. “The images of my worst match still hurt […]

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 […]

Hockey player Luke Hobson’s death ‘accidental’

The death of a 14-year-old boy hit in the head with a hockey stick during an unsupervised and unlit practice was an accident, a coroner has found. Luke Hobson was injured as about 20 boys practised hitting balls before a training session at Blueharts Hockey Club in Hitchin on 28 March 2019. The inquest heard […]

Hockeyroos icon Jodie Kenny announces retirement

One of the most popular and decorated Hockeyroos of the past decade has played her final match for her country, with Jodie Kenny retiring from international hockey. After months of deliberation following the 12 month postponement of the Tokyo Olympics, the 33 year old decided to call time on a career that began in 2011 […]

Field Hockey Canada appoints Andrew Wilson WNT Head Coach

WILSON JOINS TEAM CANADA AFTER A DECADE COACHING IN THE SPANISH HOCKEY PROGRAM Field Hockey Canada is thrilled to announce Andrew Wilson as the Head Coach of the Women’s National Team. Following the hiring of High-Performance Director, Adam Janssen, and Men’s National Team Head Coach, Andre Henning, Field Hockey Canada continues to build out its […]