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News

January
2006
  • England Hockey commits to new Equality Standards

    | England Hockey is currently aiming to acheive the Foundation and Preliminary levels of the new National Equality Standards in the sport in 2006.

  • B&Q "You Can Do It" Awards 2006

    | B&Q are offering to transform sports clubs with £5000 of products. With a closing date of 17 March, you have plenty of time to get your application in!

  • Mary Flint

    | Mary Flint, the former North Womens League secretary and a tireless worker for hockey in the North, Yorkshire and Sheffield has passed away.

  • Volunteers for Youth Committee required

    | The England Hockey Youth Committee is looking to recruit two more volunteers. We are particularly keen to receive applications from people with interest and experience in...

  • Board Agenda - 24 January 2006

    | View the Board Agenda for their meeting on 24 January.

  • Indoor EHL

    | Loughborough Students and Chelmsford lead the way in the Indoor EHL Premier Divisions and the race to get to the NIA.

  • England destroy South Africa

    | Having completed a clean sweep in their three match test series in South Africa, England beat New South Wales in their latest tour game.

  • Midlands office on the move!

    | The England Hockey Midlands office has a new home. You can now contact your regional office at Loughborough University.

  • World Cup Qualifiers

    | The pools and match schedules have been announced for the Mens and Womens World Cup Qualifiers in April & May 2006.

  • Dangerous Hits

    | Attention is drawn to the ‘low forehand’ hit. This note provides an interpretation of this action in relation to dangerous play (Rule 9.7).

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