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News

January
2007
  • Statement about Goalkeeping rules

    | Concern about the safety of players using the new goalkeeping rules has been brought to the attention of England Hockey and we have therefore sought independent legal advice...

  • England Hockey announce Royal Patron

    | England Hockey is proud to announce that HRH The Countess of Wessex is to become their royal patron.

  • Hockey Writers Club Annual Awards

    | Monday 29th January saw the annual Hockey Writers Club Awards Ceremony. Amongst the winners were young umpire Dan Barstow and young goalkeeper Maddie Hinch.

  • Jerome Goudie retires from international hockey

    | Jerome Goudie has announced his retirement from the international arena in order to concentrate on his career as Hockey Sales Manager with Tempest Sports.

  • England Hockey Agenda

    | View the Board Agenda for 30 January at the National Hockey Stadium in Milton Keynes.

  • Slazenger EHL Set for Re-start

    | The Slazenger EHL is set to re-start this weekend after the mid-season break. We have launched a new section on our website, dedicated to England's flagship league.

  • Great Britain Youth win Gold & Silver Down Under

    | Great Britain Youth has recently won gold (women) and silver (men) in the Australian Olympic Youth Festival.

  • National Performance Centres

    | England Hockey is looking to award the title of National Performance Centre to a minimum of two and a maximum of six Higher Education Institutions.

  • Clarification regarding new rules

    | Clarification re Rule 9.11 of the Rules of Hockey - “Field players must not stop, kick, propel, pick up, throw or carry the ball with any part of their body."

  • Centrally Contracted Coaches

    | England Hockey, in partnership with the five regional Hockey Associations, is looking to select, appoint and work with 25 part-time Centrally Contracted Coaches.

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