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GB Hockey Bolster Their Coaching Staff after Departures Of Key Personnel

Glynn joins following role as Assistant Coach of New Zealand’s senior women’s team

Jones arrives after 12 years as Head Coach of Wales’ senior men

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GB MEN’S SQUADS NAMED FOR OPENING FIH PRO LEAGUE FIXTURES

Head Coach Danny Kerry has named his Great Britain’s men’s squads for their first FIH Pro League fixtures, starting with an away trip to Spain on Friday 25 January before travelling to face New Zealand and Australia in February. Continue reading GB MEN’S SQUADS NAMED FOR OPENING FIH PRO LEAGUE FIXTURES

MARK HAGER APPOINTED COACH OF GREAT BRITAIN AND ENGLAND WOMEN’S HOCKEY TEAMS

  • Hager joins after a decade as coach of New Zealand’s women’s team, taking them to Commonwealth gold and best-ever Olympic finishes
  • He is due to join up with Great Britain women’s squad for the first time when they play opening FIH Pro League away games next month

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Hockey Wales are Rightfully A Part Of GB Hockey Once Again

For the first time since London 2012, Wales will see a female athlete called up to represent Great Britain in hockey. Continue reading Hockey Wales are Rightfully A Part Of GB Hockey Once Again

Barry Middleton 400 Caps

Congratulations to on this outstanding achievement. Only the 5th ever player to reach milestone of 400 caps.

 

 

 

 

Forsyth scores again as GB men lift Azlan Shah Cup

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

Missing Names or Hot Prospects

It’s that time again when in every four years cycle social media goes a little crazy, as hockey fans around the world watch closely for the release of the new National Squads for next Olympic cycle. Continue reading Missing Names or Hot Prospects