Source: WORLDSPORTPICS KOEN SUYK

England women into Euros semi finals

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

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Source: Worldsportpics Frank Uijlenbroek

Women on brink of semis with Germany draw

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.

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Source: Frank Uijlenbroek - Worldsportpics

Winning EuroHockey start for England’s women

England’s women’s team put in a clinical display to get off to the perfect start in their EuroHockey Championships with a 2-1 victory over Ireland. Two goals from two penalty corners in the first-half gave the side a strong advantage with Suzy Petty in the right place at the right time for the opening goal

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Source: GB Hockey

McCallin returns, Watson debuts as GB beaten by Japan

Shona McCallin played her first capped international game since February 2018 as Great Britain’s women were beaten 3-2 by Japan in Hiroshima this morning. Scotland’s Charlotte Watson also made her GB debut in a close encounter where the hosts came out on top. Japan took the lead in the second minute through Motomi Kawamura before

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