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Clarity Needed Leading into 2018.

The Hockey Pro-League is due to commence in just over a year. A competition that is predicted to “revolutionise the sport.” Yet six months after the announcement of the nine men’s and women’s teams due to compete in this new

Schedule Upsets Some.

Following the conclusion of the Asia Cup hockey we questioned the scheduling of the fixtures and whether they were fair on all teams and enabled the tournament to come to a conclusion with the two finalists rested and at their

Time to Quash Rumours With More Information

It was back in June that the International Hockey Federation (FIH) announced the teams that would participate in their revolutionary global league to be known as the Pro League. Within a month of that announcement India withdrew both its men’s

Time For Tougher Penalties at The Top

If ever fans needed proof that the commercialisation of sport is more important than the game itself, they need look no further than the suspension handed out to Real Madrid’s Portuguese superstar Ronaldo. Ronaldo received two yellow cards in his

Vale: Kevin Carton

It was sad to hear over the weekend of the passing of a man who had every right to be called the “Gentleman of Hockey,” Kevin Carton. I never saw Kevin play hockey, but grew to know the man when

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