Taking the Game Global

There was an irony in Ipoh, Malaysia this week as the International Hockey Federation conferred a posthumous award on the late Sultan Azlan Shah. The FIH awarding him the “Members of Honour” award to recognise his years of dedicated service

Should Testing Net Be Widened?

For those who listen to our podcasts, you may recall the topic of all supplies of Meldonium, the drug that Maria Sharapova had taken that is now on the banned list sold out on the internet within 48 hours. Many

Sportsmanship Alive and Well

Playing the game in the right spirit should be something that is commonplace, but sadly in today’s world when we witness acts of sportsmanship they stand out. Yesterday at the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Ipoh, Malaysia, Australia played arch

Protecting Officials

For decades football has struggled to attract referees and keep hold of them. In recent times it is not the only sport to find themselves in this position. One of the main reasons umpires and referees walk away from the

Podcast #16 – Stacey Rosman from the West Coast Fever plus plenty more under the microscope

Yes we’re back with another show. Our special guest on this show is the West Coast Fever coach Stacey Rosman. After an outstanding debut season in which the team made the finals for the first time we thought it an

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