Top flight newcomers Buckingham face high-flying Holcombe on Saturday as they bid to continue their strong start in the Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division. Holcombe, last season’s runners-up, will head to Stowe School with a side packed full of talent, but Buckingham will be going all out to repeat the 4-2 victory they secured
Hannah Martin scored twice as defending champions Surbiton defeated Clifton Robinsons 3-1 in the Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division. Surbiton were held at Canterbury last weekend whilst Clifton Robinsons started their season with a 2-0 victory, but the hosts were in control early on Saturday. Martin opened the scoring with a field goal just
After securing an emphatic victory over Leicester in their season opener, Clifton Robinsons take on reigning champions Surbiton in the Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division on Saturday. Clifton Robinsons will need to be on top form as they head to Sugden Road to take on a side who lost just once last season on
TWO goals from Fiona Burnet helped Clifton Robinsons kick off the new Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division season with a 2-0 home victory over Leicester. The two sides were separated by just a single point last season and there was nothing to split them at the break, neither side able to break the deadlock.
HockeyFest returns this summer with clubs across the UK opening their doors to thousands of new and current players, all with the aim of doing one thing: celebrating the social and friendly aspect of playing hockey! This year’s HockeyFest runs from 19th August – 10th September, supported by Notts Sport, will be jam-packed with fun
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.