Source: Worldsportpics Frank Uijlenbroek

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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Source: GB Hockey

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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Olympian Townsend back for double headers

Great Britain’s squads for this weekend’s games with Argentina and Belgium have been announced. Rio 2016 gold medallist Susannah Townsend will make her first appearance in six months after being included in an international squad for the first time since sustaining an injury at the Champions Trophy in November, whilst 18-year-old Izzy Petter could make

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Teams announced for latest FIHPL matches

Great Britain’s men and women have each made three changes to their teams for this weekend’s FIH Pro League matches in London. The women’s team play first on Friday evening as they host China in the capital, and Scottish duo Nicki Cochrane & Sarah Robertson come into the 18, along with Surbiton’s Emily Defroand. The

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Great Britain win 2-1 on shootout

Great Britain’s women came away with two points from the first ever FIH Pro League game in London. Goalkeeper Amy Tennant’s heroics in the shootout earned a bonus point, with Giselle Ansley on target in normal time in a 1-1 draw. A 4,000-strong crowd went away with positive memories of this first ever home game,

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Source: GB Hockey

GB women defeated by Germany

Great Britain’s women suffered defeat away to Germany in a rain-affected match in Moenchengladbach.j The start of the match was delayed by 45 minutes because of heavy rain, and the visitors were left to rue a below par second half performance that saw Germany take a deserved victory. The opening two periods saw Britain holding

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League Finalists Decided

Surbiton are in with a chance of securing a third straight League Finals double with both teams easing their way into the last two. However they face stern opposition in Hampstead & Westminster’s men and Holcombe’s women, with both sides keen to overturn last year’s losses to the south-west London outfit. Men’s semi-final action: Surbiton

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