Britain’s women were beaten by Australia

Britain’s women were beaten by Australia and left to rue a second period in which they conceded three quick goals. At down 4-0 with a little more than fifteen minutes to go, Britain staged a valiant fightback, goals from Hollie Pearne-Webb and Tess Howard offering a glimmer of hope. Unfortunately Mark Hager’s side had left

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GB lose to Germany in 7 goal thriller

Great Britain’s women were defeated in the last minute by Germany in a seven-goal thriller in London. In a mirror of the men’s team the night before, Britain were 2-0 and 3-2 up, but Germany showed great resilience to take all three points with only 17 seconds remaining. When the disappointment of defeat eventually subsides,

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Evans milestone as Britain beaten by Dutch

Netherlands took a deserved 2-0 win over Britain’s women in the FIH Pro League in Eindhoven, although Mark Hager’s side will have been boosted by a spirited display, particularly in the second half. Britain started well and fashioned an early corner, but Frederique Matla scored with a nice finish inside the first quarter to break

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Source: WorldSportPics Frank Uijlenbroek

Belgium earn FIHPL revenge

Having lost in London eleven days ago, Belgium’s women took a comprehensive victory over Great Britain in the FIH Pro League. An early goal from Pauline Leclef meant that the home side were on top throughout, and they were 3-0 up soon after half time; Judith Vandermeiren and Anne-Sophie Weyns on target. Sarah Robertson’s well-taken

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Owsley, Townsend, Rayer and Ansell out through injury

The women’s and men’s squads have been announced for Great Britain’s FIH Pro League matches away to Belgium and the Netherlands. Lily Owsley, Ellie Rayer and Susannah Townsend are ruled out through injury for the women, with Lizzie Neal called up to complete a squad of 19 players. Nicki Cochrane also comes in in place

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Argentina win shootout 2-1 for extra point

Great Britain’s women were unfortunate to come away with only one point as they faced Argentina in a very entertaining game in London. In front of a packed crowd at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, Britain put in arguably their best performance of the FIH Pro League so far, and coach Mark Hager will

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Maddie Hinch to return to central programme

England and Great Britain Hockey are delighted to welcome goalkeeper Maddie Hinch back into the women’s central programme from early June. Hinch – the FIH world goalkeeper of the year for the past three years – will be back in contention for Great Britain in the final FIH Pro League games of the year, as

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