News

2005
  • Marketing and Communications Director

    | Following a very thorough interview and selection process I am delighted to announce that England Hockey has appointed Barry Snellgrove to the position of Marketing and...

  • Team Coaching Series a hit with the FIH!

    | The first four titles in the Team Coaching Series have now received official endorsement by the FIH Coaching Committee.

  • EHL Review for 29 & 30 October

    | Canterbury leave it late to win in the Womens Premier, Cannock remain top in the Mens. Read all the news from last weekend's fixtures.

  • Hockey boosted by Olympic Decision

    | Hockey’s presence at the Olympic Games has been boosted significantly with the announcement that the women’s competition will be increased from 10 to 12 teams for the 2008...

  • A Framework for All!

    | England Hockey’s 5,3,2,1 coaching workshop proved a great success at the weekend with tutor David Vinson proving a great hit with the delegates.

  • Leisa King retires from international hockey

    | Following the European Nations Cup in Dublin in August in which England won a bronze medal, the England and Great Britain forward, Leisa King, has announced her retirement...

  • Boys Regional Tournament

    | The top Under 15 and Under 17 boy's players will be taking part in the annual Regional Tournaments at Belle Vue on 28-30 October. UPDATED WITH RESULTS & STANDINGS.

  • Men's Cup Round Four draw

    | The Fourth Round draw of the Men’s Cup took place at the Girls U15/U17 Regional Tournament at Millfield at 10.30 this morning, following yesterday’s Round Three ties.

  • EHL Review for 22 October 2005

    | It was first v second in both the Men's and Women's Premier Division fixtures on Saturday 22 October.

  • Girls Regional Tournament

    | This weekend sees the Girls Under 15 & Under 17 Regional Tournaments at Millfield School in Somerset. UPDATED WITH RESULTS & REPORT FROM DAY THREE.