Both unbeaten after the first three matches, the University of Birmingham head to Surbiton on Saturday for what could prove a crucial clash for both sides in their Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division campaign. Last season’s champions Surbiton top the early table with two wins and a draw, while the University of Birmingham are
England Hockey are excited to launch a three-part series about Performance Centres in England. Ahead of the new season they have created a series of videos about the England Hockey Performance Centre environment to demonstrate the hard work and commitment that is required to progress in sport. Performance Centres are the top tier of the
Rivals East Grinstead and Surbiton are preparing for battle on Saturday afternoon, as the Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division gets up to full speed. Although champions Surbiton are already the only unbeaten team in the league after the first two matches they have had to work for their wins, settling for a one-nil victory
The University of Birmingham were made to work hard by visitors Slough to clinch a narrow 2-1 victory in the Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division on Saturday. Jo Turnbull’s early goal was cancelled out by Emma Onien for Slough on 27 minutes, and the University of Birmingham had to wait until seven minutes from
England and Great Britain midfield ace Emily Defroand hit two goals in two minutes to help Surbiton secure a 4-0 win at Slough as the Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division began on Saturday. The 24-year-old scored in the 19th and 20th minute to put the defending champions ahead, and they were 3-0 up once
Hinch made her international debut as a 19-year-old back in 2008, and has made a total of 133 appearances for England and Great Britain since then. Since 2012 she has played in fifteen consecutive major international hockey events; winning gold at the Olympic games and European Championships, with further medal success at two Commonwealth Games.
Goals from Laurien Leurink and Lidewij Welten saw the Netherlands past Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup hosts England and progress into the semi-finals. England battled hard against the number one side in the world and went behind on the stroke of the first break as Welten ran onto a through ball and slotted past Hinch.
Goals from Lily Owsley and Sophie Bray guided England to a 2-0 win over Korea to progress to the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup quarter-finals. England will now face the world number one side the Netherlands on Thursday night at 8.15pm in front of another sell out crowd of 10,000 at Lee Valley Hockey and
A late drag-flick from Giselle Ansley guided England to a 1-0 win over Ireland to secure a their place in the knockout stages of the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup. England dominated from the off but couldn’t make the breakthrough roared on by another sell-out crowd of 10,000 at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis
– Danson marks 200th England appearance with fine solo goal – England captain also equals all-time Great Britain and England goals record – Next up for England at the Vitality Hockey Women’s Cup are Ireland at 8pm on Sunday Alex Danson netted her 62nd England goal on her 200th appearance for her country as the