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Forsyth hoping to work on fine details at EuroHockey qualifers

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Scotland men’s head coach Derek Forsyth aims to build on the good phases of the form they showed at the recent Commonwealth Games when they host the EuroHockey, Qualifier D, at Uddingston Hockey Club on...

Sarah Robertson is Scotland’s new hockey captain as part of a new long-term strategy

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Olympic bronze medallist Sarah Robertson (pictured by Duncan Gray playing for Scotland) has been confirmed as Scotland's new women's hockey captain as the build-up continues towards the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham in July, and the...

Grange skid to defeat in EuroHockey Ranking Cup in Spain

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Edinburgh club side Grange held Belgian cracks Waterloo Ducks scoreless for 25 minutes in their opening EuroHockey League Ranging Cup clash in Terrassa, Spain, then the roof fell in. Ducks, who were the first Belgian...

Grange captain relishing the prospect of playing top sides in EuroHockey Ranking Cup in...

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David Forrester captains Grange against "world-class" opposition in the EuroHockey League Ranking Cup and the 32-year-old said is was crucial that Grange maintain the intensity they showed in the first quarter of their last domestic game...

Scots hopes dashed by late strike

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Scotland's hopes of a moral-boosting win in the EuroHockey Indoor Championships, Division Two, in Spain were dashed by a goal 40 seconds from full time. Razor-sharp Sofie Stomps capitalised on a loose ball near the...

Scotland enjoy double success

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Coach Iain Strachan believes that edging Ireland 2-1 in the women's indoor mini-series was a real bonus. The Dundee-based playcaller used three different systems and experimented during the three games in Antrim this week. And this,...

Hockey – Scotland rocked by Dutch masters

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Scotland crashed to their third straight defeat in the EuroHockey Championships in Amsterdam when they were thumped 10-0 by the hosts following losses to Spain and Ireland. Four goals came in the third quarter and...

EuroHockey – it’s gold to add to promotion for Scotland’s women

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Scotland women, including several players from the Lothians, celebrated winning the gold medal to add to their promotion to the elite of European women’s hockey. A goal from new Great Britain international Charlotte Watson clinched...

EuroHockey – Poland test as Scots go for elite level promotion

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Jen Wilson targeted promotion back to the elite of European hockey when she announced her 18-strong squad for the EuroHockey Championship II. And the South African-born coach is on the verge of achieving that goal...

EuroHockey – Jamieson on target as Scots beat Austria

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Scotland claimed three goals in eight minutes to secure top spot in their pool and march into the semi-finals of the EuroHockey Championship II at Glasgow’s National Hockey Centre. Jennifer Eadie, Sarah Jamieson and a...

EuroHockey – Campbell slots winner as Scotland make semi-finals

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Louise Campbell slotted the game-winner as Scotland defeated Czech Republic 3-2 to qualify for the women’s EuroHockey Championship II semi-final at Glasgow's National Hockey Centre. The Edinburgh University star scored late-on in a tense game...

EuroHockey – Cochrane urges Scots to tighten up at the back

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Nicola Cochrane urged Scotland’s women to tighten up their 7-0 demolition of Ukraine in their opening EuroHockey Championship II clash at Glasgow’s National Hockey Centre. The national side, including several players from the Lothians, face...

EuroHockey – captain ready for Czech challenge

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Captain Kaz Cuthbert (pictured) admitted that having Scotland’s First Minister in the stands was an inspiration as Scotland demolished Ukraine 7-0 in the opening game of their EuroHockey Championship II campaign at Glasgow’s National...

EuroHockey – Lanigan double as Scots open with seven-goal blitz

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Watsonians striker Lucy Lanigan fired two goals as Scotland opened their EuroHockey Championship II campaign with a magnificent seven-goal shutout over Ukraine. The Rutherglen-born player was congratulated by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon after the game...

EuroHockey – now it is crunch time for Scotland

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Sarah Jamieson is under pressure on two fronts. The 25-year-old is a key cog in Scotland’s EuroHockey squad. And the law graduate (pictured in action for Scotland) is also anxiously waiting word back from several...

Field hockey – Fraser voted Player of the Tournament

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Cameron Fraser capped a season of achievement by being voted Player of the Tournament as his club Grange reigned supreme in Europe. The Dumfries-born midfielder had earlier skippered his club side to the EuroHockey Club...

Women’s hockey – top event set for Glasgow

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Scotland captain Kaz Cuthbert has welcomed the news that the women’s EuroHockey Championship II will be staged in Glasgow from August 4 to 10 next year (2019). Cuthbert, who is in the Gold Coast preparing...

Field hockey – Grassick aims to lead Scotland to victory

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Chris Grassick is determined to make up for lost time having spent months on the sidelines with a leg injury. The Edinburgh-born playmaker leads Scotland’s men into a nervy showdown with Russia in Glasgow on...

Field hockey – it’s bronze for Scotland in Russia

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EuroHockey Junior (under-21) Championship (men): third and fourth place: Scotland 4, Czech Republic 3 (in St Petersburg, Russia) EuroHockey Junior (under-21) Championship (women): Pool C: Scotland 3, Poland 0. Scotland claimed a bronze medal in the...

Euro hockey – Inverleith survive late surge to stay in Trophy

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EuroHockey Indoor Club Trophy (men): Inverleith 5, HC Bohemians Prague 4 (in Sveti Ivan Zelina, Croatia). EDINBURGH side Inverleith maintained n Scotland’s position in the EuroHockey Indoor Club Trophy but it was tight. The former Scottish...

Indoor hockey – Inverleith suffer two setbacks in Europe

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EuroHockey Indoor Club Trophy: Pool B: Inverleith 1, HC Rotweiss Wettingen (Switzerland) 6; Inverleith 5, Slagelse HC (Denmark)7; HC Rottweiss Wettingen 3, Atletico Clube de Portugal 2; Atletico Clube de Portugal 3, Slagelse HC...

EuroHockey Indoor Club Trophy, Day 3

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On the third and final day of the EuroHockey Indoor Tournament at Edinburgh Napier University's GAGE sports arena, Inverleith were still in with a chance of promotion to the top division. They had to...

EuroHockey Indoor Club Trophy, Day 2

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Inverleith's opening match of Day 2 was third on the programme against Slagelse HC from Denmark. The Danish side had lost one match and drawn the other on Day 1, but still looked like a good side....

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