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Resilient Spain take all three points

Spain’s women took all three points thanks to a very resilient performance and a brilliant display from goalkeeper Melanie Garcia. Xantal Gine opened the scoring in the twentieth minute with an excellent penalty corner, and although England pushed from then on, they found Garcia in excellent form between the posts. And when England removed the

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Source: England Hockey

England Hockey announce squad to play Spain

England see the return of two Olympians for this weekend’s FIH Hockey Pro League home games against Spain. England’s women welcome back double Olympic medal-winning goalkeeper Maddie Hinch, as well as Tokyo bronze medallist Anna Toman. Hinch will be playing her first international match since the last Olympics; with both her and Toman having been

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Source: England Hockey

England lose to China

China take three points vs England women England’s women suffered defeat to China in the FIH Hockey Pro League in London. Having drawn the previous match on Saturday, England were looking to get back to winning ways but came up against an extremely determined China side who countered expertly to win the game. Grace Balsdon

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Late China goal denies England women

England women denied by late China equaliser after Tess Howard goal in 1-1 draw Beeston take Women’s Tier 1 EH Championship Trophy, beating Buckingham 3-1 China win shootout 4-3 to earn bonus point A goal scored with only three seconds remaining denied England’s women all three points against China at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis

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Source: England Hockey

Netherlands matches moved to Lee Valley

England’s FIH Hockey Pro League fixtures against the Netherlands – scheduled for the Twickenham Stoop on Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 June – will now be played at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre with the same dates and times. England Hockey have made the decision to switch venues, in agreement with Harlequins. Ticket sales

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Source: Frank Uijlenbroek

England come from behind to stun Germany

Darcy Bourne’s double helped England twice come from behind to stun Germany 4-3 in the FIH Pro League. Hannah Gablac gave the hosts the lead in Monchengladbach after 25 minutes but Grace Balsdon replied 35 seconds later. Nike Lorenz’s penalty stroke restored Germany’s advantage before Bourne and the returning Tess Howard put England ahead. Germany

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