Scotland’s senior men’s hockey team has qualified for the World League semi-final for the first time, and will play at the tournament in London on 15-25 June 2017.
Scotland’s senior women’s hockey team have qualified for the World League semi-final for the first time and will play in Belgium from 21 June to 2 July.
In a match that saw Lewis Prosser earn his 100th cap, Wales made it two from two in Belfast after coming from behind to secure a 2 – 2 draw and going on to win against Scotland in the resulting shoot out.
As Scotland Women return home from Valencia, having competed in World League 2, we look back at how they fared and talk to their midfield supremo Nikki Lloyd.
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