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.


FREE TO SEE top Bristol men's hockey derby tonight

england hockey 2021If I had a pound for every time I've told people all hockey – national and regional league, men and women’s – is FREE TO SEE would be on way to first million.

Tonight a top national league Bristol derby will kick off this weekend’s free to see hockey programme. 


MENS HOCKEY LEAGUE back in full swing

england-shieldThe national Men's Hockey League gets in full swing today.

Yes I know there were men and women's premier division games last week but - for most - the league season starts for real this weekend with games across all national league divisions. 


Womens National League Hockey today - SW results

investec ehbSunday November 24

Investec Womens League Division 1 North
Swansea Spartans 4 Brooklands-Poynton 1
Gloucester City 1 Ben Rhydding 2
Investec Womens League Division 1 South
Trojans 1 Harleston Magpies 1
Isca Exeter University 0 Cambridge City 2
Investec Womens League Conference West
Exe 3 Basingstoke 2

COUNTY HOCKEY FINALS getting bigger and better...

Dart Hockey Club image courtesy Dart Hockey Club (Totnes, Devon)This weekend’s eagerly anticipated end-of-season Devon Hockey Finals will be hosted at two venues this year.

Exeter University hosts four of the five free to see finals today while last night the purpose-built hockey pitch at Plymouth Marjon University staged the women’s plate final between Plymouth’s Devonport Services and Totnes-based Dart (pictured).


ENGLAND HOCKEY Exeter Uni claim first Prem point

England Hockey shieldUniversity of Exeter claimed their first Men’s Hockey League Premier Division point with a 1-1 comeback draw at defending champions Surbiton.

James Thomas converted a 52nd minute penalty corner opportunity for the newly promoted greens just four minutes after former University ace James Royce had put the home side ahead in open play.


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