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Field hockey – Alexander the hero for Euro Scots

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Scotland relied on a razor-sharp goalkeeper and slick finishing to claim the scalp of France, the highest-ranked team, in their opening game of the EuroHockey Championship II in Glasgow. Ice cool Tommy Alexander showed he...

Field hockey – Moodie has platform from which to build

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Graham Moodie accentuated the positives from Scotland’s bronze medal in the EuroHockey Junior (under-21) Championship II in Russia. His bravehearts were six minutes away from promotion to the top tier but that goal was snatched...

Field hockey – Moodie up-beat despite third place finish

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Scotland's under-21 men emerged with a bronze medal from the EuroHockey Junior Championship II in Russia, but it was not the outcome they travelled to St Petersburg for. They came so close to reaching the...

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...

Field hockey – agony for young Scots in Russia

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EuroHockey Junior (under-21) Championship II, men: semi-final: Scotland 2, France 3 EuroHockey Junior (under-21) Championship II, women: Scotland 5, Ukraine 3 Scotland twice let a slender lead slip and it cost them dear as they were...

Field hockey – Moodie’s men deliver semi-final slot

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EuroHockey Junior (under-21) Championship II (men): Russia 2, Scotland 4 (in St Petersburg, Russia) EuroHockey Junior (under-21) Championship II (women): Scotland 3, Turkey 0 (in Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic) Scotland coach Graham Moodie believed his players...

Field hockey – Scots hammer Italy

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EuroHockey Junior Championship (under-21) II: Scotland 5, Italy 1 (in St Petersburg, Russia) Scotland bounced back yesterday from an opening defeat to record an emphatic victory and boost confidence ahead of their final Pool A...

Field hockey – Duncan praises Scotland under-16 squad

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Scotland under-16 coach Chris Duncan praised his squad after they bounced back with two convincing wins after a defeat. The Scots beat Ireland 7-3 and 4-0 in Belfast after going down 4-2 in their first...

Field hockey – blow to Scotland as Imrie ruled out

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Striker Hamish Imrie has been ruled out of Scotland's under-21 squad on the eve of their departure for the EuroHockey junior men’s Championship II in Russia. Dutch-based Imrie twisted his knee in the 2-1 win...

Field hockey – coach wants his squad put under pressure

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Nine Edinburgh-based players have been named in by Scotland under-16 coach Chris Duncan for a three Test series against Ireland this weekend. Duncan hopes his boys are challenged as recent jousts against Wales and Ulster...

Field hockey – three Capital players in Scotland squad

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Three Edinburgh-born players have been included in Scotland’s under-21 squad for the EuroHockey Junior Men’s Championship II in St Petersburg next month. Hamish Imrie and Patrick Christie, who have both played for the senior side,...

Field hockey – Scotland finish tenth in world semi-finals

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World League semi-final; ninth and tenth place play-off: Korea 6, Scotland 3 (at Lee Valley, London). Scotland men finished tenth in the World League semi-finals in London after losing 6-3 to Korea in their final...

Hockey – Scotland v Canada, World League Semi-finals

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Scotland miss out on Quarters after draw with Canada Image - Kenny Bain in action against Wales in an earlier World League Round -  John Preece Scotland's World Cup dream ended in London today when, in...

Field hockey – Must-win for Scotland against Canada

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World League semi-final: Pool B: Scotland 1, Pakistan 3 (at Lee Valley, London). Scotland must beat Canada in their final Pool B qualifying match on Tuesday in London to keep their World Cup dream alive. Coach...

Field Hockey – Alexander heroics save Scotland from some damage

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World League semi-final: Pool B: Scotland 0, The Netherlands 3 (at Lee Valley, London) Razor-sharp Tommy Alexander was Scotland’s hero as the Blue Sticks lost 3-0 to world No 4 The Netherlands in the World...

Field hockey – Pressure on Forsyth to lift players

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Scotland’s head coach Derek Forsyth must lift his players ahead of today's (18.00) World League semi-final clash with high-flying Holland. Forsyth’s men shocked India by taking a lead after only six minutes of their opening...

Field hockey – Scotland lead then concede four

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World Hockey League: Scotland 1, India 4 (from Lee Valley, London) Chris Grassick netted the opening goal for minnows Scotland against high-flying India in London and the Blue Sticks dreamed. The skipper struck from close in...

New Sponsor for Scottish Women’s Hockey

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Graham’s the Family Dairy Score Scottish Hockey Sponsorship The Scotland Women’s Hockey team are set for a healthy 2017, as Graham’s The Family Dairy official sponsorship of the organisation and team swings into life. Today (Thursday...

Field hockey – Pakistan call Scotland ‘home’

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Pakistan men will play their home matches of the International Hockey Federation’s (FiH) Hockey Pro League at the Glasgow National Hockey Centre. The Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) was looking for a neutral venue with a...

Field hockey – Scotland name World League squad

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Edinburgh University, Grove Menzieshill and Clydesdale Western provide nine of the squad for Scotland in the World League semi-final in Brussels from 21 June to 2 July 2017. Places in the Hockey World Cup 2018 are up...

Inverleith – 100 years old and still going strong

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One of Edinburgh's leading field hockey clubs has celebrated their 100th birthday in style. Inverleith held a two-day festival at their current home ground at Peffermill. The event included mixed teams, veteran sides (one of the...

Field hockey – ice cool Salmond slots vital penalty

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Derek Salmond punched the air in delight when his running penalty hit the backboard to guarantee Inverleith promotion back to the elite of Scottish hockey after two seasons. Yet, Salmond only managed to get to...

Field hockey – ambitious Grange bid to win play-off title

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Grange, who have recently lost out in the Division One title race and were runners-up in the Scottish Cup, clash with Dundee-based Grove Menzieshill in the European play-off, semi-final, at Glasgow’s National Hockey Centre...

Hockey – MCC Western v Edinburgh University, SH Women’s Cup Final

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Edinburgh University 'Do the Double'. Edinburgh University retained the Women’s Scottish Cup, as they secured a superb League and Cup double with a 2-1 with over Clydesdale Western. Western were the only team to have beaten the dominant...

Hockey – Glasgow University v CALA Edinburgh, SH Women’s Plate Final

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CALA take the Title despite Glasgow dominance East versus West was the billing for the Women’s Scottish Plate Final at the National Hockey Centre in Glasgow, between Glasgow University and CALA Edinburgh, and it was the...

Field hockey – Coach Knipe hopes Grange re-focus for Scottish Cup

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Coach David Knipe admitted that mistakes cost his success-hungry Grange squad the Division One title last Saturday. Then, Grange’s dream of lifting the Division One title for the first time since 2002 were extinguished. A 3-2...

Field hockey – Forsyth joins son on Malaysia trip with Team GB

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Derek Forsyth, Scotland’s senior men’s hockey coach, will join Great Britain’s men’s team as assistant coach for the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup tournament in Malaysia from 29 April  to 6 May 2017. The Scot will team-up...

Field hockey – Fraser key man as Grange go for title

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Cammy Fraser has been a key man for Scotland in their campaign which has seen the squad reach World League 3 for the first time. The Edinburgh businessman is also skipper of Grange who could...

Field hockey – crowdfunding campaign launched #backthebluesticks

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Scotland’s senior men’s hockey squad has launched a fund-raising campaign to pay for their the campaign in the World League semi-finals in London this June. This is the first time a Scotland team has ever...

Field hockey – Grange coach handed National role

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GRANGE coach David Knipe has been confirmed as head coach of Scotland’s Under-18 boys’ squad. The boys finished third at EuroHockey Championship II in Glasgow last year and Knipe said: “It's a real honour and exciting...

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