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England : Goalkeeper Maddie Hinch to take a break from International Hockey
England and Great Britain goalkeeper Maddie Hinch is taking a break from international hockey. Hinch made her international debut as a 19-year-old back in 2008, and has made a total of 133 appearances for England and Great Britain since then. Since 2012 she has played in fifteen consecutive major international hockey...
England : Ellie Watton announces her retirement from international hockey
Ellie Watton has announced her retirement from international hockey after representing Great Britain and England for nearly six years.   Watton made her debut against South Africa on the 4 February back in 2013 and went on to earn 77 international caps, scoring 13 goals.   Ellie made her final appearance when she...
HWC2018: "We will be well prepared" Laura Unsworth
England defender Laura Unsworth is relishing the challenge of facing Ireland and says the squad will be ‘well prepared’ for their final Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup pool match on Sunday.   Two draws in their opening two games against India and the USA means that England can no longer top...
Adidas launch England Women's Hockey team's bespoke kit
To mark the Vitality Hockey Women's World Cup in London, kit sponsor adidas has worked closely with the England Women’s Hockey Team to create a bespoke kit that celebrates their creativity as athletes, whilst featuring key adidas performance technology. Driven by a passion to create and inspire the everyday athlete,...
HWC2018: England Women's Hockey team's Susannah Townsend in training
As the England Hockey campaign #BehindEveryGreatPlayer highlights, the wide support network behind the sport's greatest athletes is crucial to success. In recognition of this, our regular blogger Susannah Townsend has handed over the mantle of writing about her countdown to the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup London 2018 to her mother...
Hockey is first among equals
After a busy few weeks preparing for and participating in the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia, Great Britain and England midfielder Susannah Townsend was on hand to watch another sporting showcase as she witnessed the English domestic finals for women’s rugby union. This experience made her think about the progress...
England's Townsend Is Aware Of The Ticking Clock
It is something every athlete must face. The moment the sporting career is over and the world of work beckons. Even as she prepares for the Vitality Hockey Women's World Cup, London 2018, England midfielder Susannah Townsend is all too aware of the ticking clock. For as long as I...
One month to go until the Vitality Hockey Women's World Cup
It’s just one month to go until the biggest women’s sporting event in London this summer, the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup.   With over 100,000 tickets already sold, the Arena being increased to 10,000 seats and a spectator zone called Fan Central the size of three hockey pitches being built...
HWC2018: England Women's Hockey team beat Ireland 1-0
England recorded their first win at the Vitality Hockey Women's to finish second in Pool B and qualify for the knockout stages.    England beat Ireland 1-0 thanks to a late goal from Giselle Ansley who fired home a drag-flick after 53 minutes.   Next up for England is a crossover game against...
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World number one prevailed against world number two at the Vitality Women’s Hockey World Cup as the Netherlands beat England to advance to the semi-finals.    In recent years, these two powerhouses of the modern women’s game have developed a firm rivalry, stemming from closely fought matches in major competitions.    In 2015...
England fought back to seal a late 1-1 draw against India in their opening match of the Women’s Hockey World Cup in London. A late strike from Lily Owsley saw England come from behind to grab a point in their Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup opener with India.   Neha Goyal gave India the...
Merchant Gourmet and England & GB Hockey announce partnership
Merchant Gourmet and England & GB Hockey are delighted to announce the start of a three-year sponsorship deal with the men's and women's teams.    The market-leading pulses, grains, seeds and nut brand is seeking to encourage more of us to lead healthier lifestyles by eating nutritious and tasty food, combined...
England Hockey launches #BehindEveryGreatPlayer campaign
England Hockey today unveil the launch of #BehindEveryGreatPlayer, an integrated communications campaign that celebrates the importance of supportive role models in achieving sporting success.    The launch of #BehindEveryGreatPlayer coincides with 50 days to go until the start of the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup which kicks off on 21 July...
Great Britain's women were beaten by New Zealand in their first FIH Pro League game after an emphatic display by the Black Sticks. Britain had 60% possession but found it difficult to get a foothold in the game, while Olivia Merry scored a hat-trick for the Commonwealth Games champions in...
"This is really special" says England Hockey CEO Sally Munday
England Hockey CEO Sally Munday is backing her team to host the best ever Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup. ‘The eyes of the country will be on us and I know we’re going to smash it out the park.’   "I wouldn’t want to be on any other team… I know we...

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