England’s women were beaten by Spain in a shootout in the bronze medal match at the EuroHockey Championships. Having taken an early lead in the match, England were begged back by the Spanish and so it proved in the shootout as well, England going 2-1 ahead only for their opponents to fight back and win
England’s women were put to the sword by the Netherlands in the semi finals of the EuroHockey Championships. The Dutch scored eight unanswered goals in a totally one-sided encounter in Antwerp. 1-0 down at the end of the first quarter, England then conceded seven in 40 minutes and had no answer to a rampant Dutch
England’s women progressed to the semi finals of the EuroHockey Championships with a narrow victory over an extremely plucky Belarus side. England were below par but got the job done in Antwerp and will now play in Friday’s semi finals. Lily Owsley opened the scoring before Izzy Petter got her first England goal, but Belarus
England’s women’s team moved one step closer to qualifying for the EuroHockey Championships semi-final with a valuable 1-1 draw against a strong German side. Initially taking the lead with a sumptuous Lily Owsley strike, England were good value for their half-time lead having limited Germany to few opportunities whilst looking a threat on the offensive.
Local schools take up free ticket offer to watch the best female hockey teams battle it out at Surbiton Hockey Club Euro Hockey Club Cup taking place 17th – 20th May First time this event has been hosted in England More than 1000 school children will be cheering on Europe’s best female hockey teams after
England secured the bronze medal at the EuroHockey Championships in Amsterdam with a 2-0 victory over Germany. Goals from Hannah Martin and Alex Danson either side of the half-time break guided England to the win in a controlled performance from start to finish. The medal means that England’s or Great Britain’s women have now won
England progressed to the semi-finals of the EuroHockey Championships with a 2-0 win over Scotland in their final Pool B match. Second half goals from Jo Hunter and Giselle Ansley (making her 100th international appearance) eventually guided England to victory and ensured top two finish in their pool. The win sees England take on either
England’s began the defence of their EuroHockey Championships title with a convincing 4-1 win over Ireland. Laura Unsworth, Ellie Watton, Sophie Bray and Alex Danson were all on target as the defending champions grabbed all three points in their Pool B opener. The victory capped off a special day for England who were also celebrating
With Saturday 19 August marking a year since Great Britain’s women’s historic gold medal at the Rio Olympic Games, and with five years having now passed since the team’s bronze at London 2012, England Hockey can announce a significant, continued growth in the sport both on and off the pitch. • 10,000 more players in
– England’s women announce 18-strong squad for EuroHockey Championships, 19-26 Aug – In pool B England’s women will face Ireland, Germany and Scotland – Hockey Women’s World Cup public ticket ballot opens on 19 August Reigning champions England have announced the 18-women squad that will travel to the Netherlands to contest the Rabo EuroHockey Championships.