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Danson Hangs Up Her Stick on Stellar Career

Great Britain and England Hockey have mixed emotions in reporting that Alex Danson-Bennett has decided to retire from hockey. Whilst it is hugely disappointing to lose a player of Alex’s calibre, we are happy in the knowledge that this is the right decision for her.

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Eugene Magee Retires from International Hockey

Having made his debut for Ireland in 2005 against Belgium, Magee since received 295 caps for Ireland before officially deciding to retire from International Hockey. With over 60 goals scored for Ireland, and a self-described career high of scoring against Germany in the Olympics in Rio 2016, Magee informed team-mates and management of his decision late last week.

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CONTRARY to reports Sam Ward has not retired

As reported by the BBC this morning, Great Britain and England hockey player Sam Ward has been forced to retire after losing the sight in his left eye.

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David Forsyth retires from international hockey

David Forsyth has announced his retirement from international hockey. The Scot played in two Commonwealth Games as well as in the momentous Men’s EuroHockey Championship II gold medal winning team in 2017.

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BARRY MIDDLETON RETIRES FROM INTERNATIONAL HOCKEY

Barry Middleton – the most capped player in the history of Great Britain and England Hockey – has announced his retirement from international hockey. Continue reading BARRY MIDDLETON RETIRES FROM INTERNATIONAL HOCKEY

GLENN TURNER ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT FROM INTERNATIONAL HOCKEY

Hockey Australia today congratulates Glenn Turner after he announced his retirement from international Hockey effective immediately. Continue reading GLENN TURNER ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT FROM INTERNATIONAL HOCKEY

Hockey India congratulates former captain Sardar Singh

Hockey India (HI) Friday congratulated just-retired Sardar Singh on his glorious international career, saying he was a “true ambassador of the game”. Continue reading Hockey India congratulates former captain Sardar Singh

Goalkeeper Briggs, Captain Gonzalez Announce Retirement from USWNT

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – August 22, 2018 – After competing at the 2018 Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup in London, U.S. Women’s National Team goalkeeper Jackie Briggs (Robesonia, Pa.) and captain Melissa Gonzalez (Mohegan Lake, N.Y) have formally announced their retirement from the senior squad. The duo joined the USWNT in 2010 and have been staples of the red, white and blue roster for nearly a decade. Together, the pair combined for 425 international caps and several moments of shock, cheer and success on the pitch. Continue reading Goalkeeper Briggs, Captain Gonzalez Announce Retirement from USWNT

MARK KNOWLES TO RETIRE AFTER 2018 COMMONWEALTH GAMES

Hockey Australia today confirms four-time Olympian and long-serving Kookaburras captain Mark Knowles has announced he will retire from international hockey after the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Continue reading MARK KNOWLES TO RETIRE AFTER 2018 COMMONWEALTH GAMES

“It’s retirement time! I’d like to share a few thoughts..” By Hannah MacLeod

After a few months away from the sport, I have made my mind up to retire from international hockey. I had never planned to make a formal announcement – I rather liked the idea of just stepping away quietly Continue reading “It’s retirement time! I’d like to share a few thoughts..” By Hannah MacLeod