HOCKEY Hawker announces international retirement

After more than a decade of international hockey, Welsh international and Men’s Senior Captain Luke Hawker has made the decision to retire from international hockey.

Hawker made his debut for Wales 12 years ago against Poland after joining Cardiff Metropolitan University. He has since gone on to receive 126 international outdoor caps and 10 international indoor caps, firmly cementing his place as a key figure of the men’s game in Wales.


HOCKEY WALES Prosser retires from international duty

Lewis ProsserHockey Wales’ most capped men’s player Lewis Prosser has announced his retirement from international hockey.  

Since receiving his first cap in 2008 Lewis has gone on to make 180 appearances for Wales.


MENS HOCKEY Cardiff & Met eye historic promotion

Cardiff  Met M1s courtesy IRFON BENNETT

Cardiff & Met Mens Hockey Club play their final home Men's Hockey League North game of the season today against Belper at the Hockey Wales National Centre (1400ko).

Victory or a draw in today's top-versus-bottom clash in Cardiff will see the free-scoring blues make history and become the first Welsh men's team to be promoted to domestic hockey's top flight and top 10, the MHL Premier.


WOMENS HOCKEY Wilkinson retires from internationals

Leah Wilkinson Wales captain and Great Britain international defender Leah Wilkinson has retired from international hockey after winning 204 caps.

Burton-on-Trent born Wilkinson, 36, is Wales’ most capped ever sports person, featuring in four Commonwealth games, nine European Championships and winning a bronze medal at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics for Team GB.


WOMENS HOCKEY Wales ace French "stepping away"

Sian French Wales Women's Hockey skipper and midfield ace Sian French is retiring from international hockey.

Playmaker French, 32, continues to play club hockey for Cheshire's table-topping Women's Division One side Bowdon.


HOCKEY WALES Men's squad for World Cup warm-up

Hockey wales redWith the FIH Men’s Hockey World Cup just two months away, Wales men are set to take part in a preparation tournament in Cadiz, Spain from December 10-21.

The selected squad of 24 will play six games against high-level opposition including Germany, Belgium, Spain, France, Japan and Korea during the Nations League Road to India 2023 tournament.


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