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Sargent Joins Elite Team

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Sargent Joins Elite Team

Ireland women have recently returned home after mixing it with the big guns at the Hawkes Bay Cup in New Zealand. The Green Army finished a creditable fifth after beating Korea and India in the closing stages of the tournament. Ireland suffered early defeats at the hands of Australia, New Zealand and China, ...

Breaking The East West Divide

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Breaking The East West Divide

Mention hockey in Canada and most people will think of ice-hockey. Kids grow up wanting to be Wayne Gretsky and the shirts worn bear the logos Montreal Candiens, the Toronto Maple Leafs or the Edmonton Oilers. Nowhere is this more true than on the snowy side of the country – the east. ...

Capt Courageous Enters The Record Books

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Capt Courageous Enters The Record Books

It was the 2012 Olympic Games that saw Kate Richardson-Walsh break into public consciousness after she courageously led Great Britain to the bronze medal despite suffering a broken jaw in the middle of the pool matches. Until then, Richardson-Walsh had been well-known in hockey circles, now she had become a national hero. ...

Hockey Showcases Its Power To Do Good

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Hockey Showcases Its Power To Do Good

As we prepare for a summer of high class hockey, starting in London as some of the best teams in the world contest the men’s and women’s Champions Trophies and then in Rio, where the Olympic hockey medallists will be crowned, it is easy to overlook the other end of the hockey spectrum –the grassroots ...

A New Era For Guatemala

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A New Era For Guatemala

For a developing hockey nation like Guatemala, where there are no artificial turfs for hockey, not just in the country, but in the region, an award that gives you a new pitch with lighting must seem like all your red letter days have come at once. The ...

Matias Shines At Copa del Rey

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Matias Shines At Copa del Rey

The Spanish Copa del Rey has a long history, starting back in 1914. Since then it has been dominated by four clubs: RC Polo, Atletica Terrassa, Club Egara and Club de Campo. And, as Joan F. Chico reports, RC Polo continue to lead the way as they eased to a ...

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