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Hockey – Grange travel after Hillhead demolition

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Grange defend their 100 per cent men's Premiership record at Titwood against Clydesdale on Saturday (14.30) and are on a high after their 8-2 demolition of bottom club Hillhead last weekend. And they need to...

Hockey – Fraser on a Heigh after double hat-trick

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Razor-sharp Fraser Heigh scored six as Grange drew level on points at the top of the men's Premiership table with an 8-2 demolition of Hillhead in Edinburgh (picture courtesy of David Reid). Western thrashed...

Hockey – win double as Scots eye World qualifiers

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Scotland's senior women completed a win double over a Great Britain Elite Development squad to kick-start their build-up to the World Cup qualifiers. They won 3-2 on Monday night, after leading 2-0 and 3-1, and...

Hockey – encouraging start in World Cup build-up

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Scotland's senior women, with a number of Lothians players involved, began their build-up for the World Cup qualifiers with an encouraging 2-0 win over Great Britain Elite Development Programme in a challenge match at...

Hockey – Scots let slip 3-0 lead against Ukraine

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A late comeback by Ukraine saw them share of the points in Pool B as Scotland were held to 4-4 draw in their opening match of men’s EuroHockey Championship II in Gniezno, Poland. Scotland took...

Scottish Hockey has new boss

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Barry Cawte is the new chief executive officer for Scottish Hockey and joins Scottish Hockey from the Welsh Rugby Players Association (WRPA), which represents and supports professional rugby players in Wales. He believes there are...

Hockey – Scotland name four Edinburgh players

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Four Lothians-based players - Dan Coultas, Robbie Croll, David Forrester and Robbie Shepherdson - plus Great Britain international Alan Forsyth, are in Scotland's EuroHockey Championship II squad for Gniezno, Poland from August 11 to 22. The return of...

Hockey – Scotland men draw opening game of Test series

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Scotland men earned a 1-1 draw with Ireland at Titwood in the first of three uncapped Test matches in their build-up to next month's EuroHockey Championship II in Poland. Ireland opened the scoring through a...

Hockey – Duncan and Bunce lead Scotland into Worlds

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Chris Duncan said that his appointment as interim Head Coach for the Scotland women’s national team was an honour and privilege. The Edinburgh-based playcaller, who is director of hockey at Edinburgh Academy, will have Dundee-based...

Wilson moves on with World Cup qualification on horizon

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Scotland's senior women’s national team coach, Jen Wilson (pictured), has decided not to renew her contact which expires at the end of August. She leaves as World Cup qualification begins later this year. Wilson was...

Hockey – Robertson books her Olympic ticket

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Former University of Edinburgh forward Sarah Robertson (pictured) has been selected for Great Britain's hockey squad for the Tokyo Olympics. But former Inverleith player Amy Costello and ex-Kelburne star Alan Forsyth are named as reserves...

EuroHockey – massive test for Scotland v England

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Scotland face England in a decisive clash in Amsterdam on Saturday (BST 17.45 on BT Sport) in their bid to remain among the elite of European hockey. The Tartan team set up the decider with...

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 – Dark scores but Scotland taste defeat

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EuroHockey Championships: Spain 4 (Riera, Jimenez, Oliva, Magaz), Scotland 1 (Dark) Scotland women face Ireland on Monday (11.30am) looking to repair the damage after losing their opening game of the EuroHockey Championship in Amsterdam. The 4-1...

Men’s hockey: Scotland have mixed fortunes in Wales

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CoachDerek Forsyth declared it had been a good weekend for Scotland men after splitting a two-match series with Wales ranked No 18 in the world, two places above the Tartan team. The Blue Sticks lost...

Women’s hockey: Scotland pick Euro squad for major test

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Several East of Scotland-born players including Great Britain internationalists Sarah Robertson, Amy Costello, Charlotte Watson and Emily Dark, will play for Scotland in the EuroHockey Championships in Amsterdam from June 4 to 13. And rising...

Men’s hockey – Edinburgh players in national squad against Wales

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Coach Derek Forsyth will run the rule of several new faces when Scotland face Wales in Cardiff in a double-header this weekend. The games kick start the national side’s build-up for the men’s EuroHockey Championship...

Hockey – Scottish Hockey launch chief executive search

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Scottish Hockey are looking for a new chief executive officer after the departure of Edinburgh-based David Sweetman.The former George Watson's pupil has been in post for more than seven years but is stepping down...

Case study produced by EUHC ‘Lead the Way’ members

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Three members of Scottish Hockey's 'Lead the Way' initiative who have been involved in the mental health work undertaken by the University of Edinburgh Women’s Hockey Club have produced a case study to help...

Grange member is new chair of Scottish Hockey

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Martin Shepherdson (pictured left) is the new chairman of Scottish Hockey and urged members to contact him with ideas, comments and concerns.The Edinburgh-based administrator takes over from Robin McLaren who has been a board...

Hockey – all adult indoor competition cancelled

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Scottish Hockey have cancelled all adult indoor competitions for season 2020-21 but they will be working with districts and clubs to establish the possibility of indoor youth matches within the new Government guidelines.The introduction...

Conference hockey to start on 17th October

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Confirmation of Scottish Hockey’s return to competitions on Saturday 17 October 2020 has been announced by Scottish Hockey’s Management Committee.Following consultation with clubs, and updated travel restrictions from the Scottish Government, competition will now...

Hockey – members to be consulted on the future of the sport

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Scottish Hockey are hiring an independent consultant to put their sport under the microscope. The move follows recent mail to chairman Robin McLaren on a number of issues.Members will be urged to take part...

Hockey – hopes high for October push-off to new season

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Scottish hockey players could be involved in domestic competition by early October and fixtures for the new season are now being worked on.John MacKenzie, president of Scottish Hockey, said he was keen to see...

Hockey – deal brokered for new management team

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Peace appears to have broken out in Scottish Hockey after what a spokesman described as "turbulent times" in the seat of power.A compromise has been brokered and a new management committee formed including Martin...

Hockey clubs sign ‘the pledge’ to keep the sport vibrant in Scotland

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Scotland’s 100 hockey clubs have been invited to sign a Club Pledge to keep the sport connected and vibrant throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. With all hockey activity suspended until further notice, Scottish Hockey had to...

Hockey – no competitive club games until autumn

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Scottish Hockey have confirmed there will be no competitive club hockey competitions played in Scotland until September at the earliest. And all domestic youth competitions planned for the period up until the end of August...

Inverleith quartet in for Scotland v Canada

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Stephen Dick, a former Olympian, is one of four Inverleith players named in Scotland’s men’s indoor squad for this weekend’s three-match Test series against Canada. The other Inverleith players are Patrick Christie, Ewen Mackie...

Milne looking to maintain unbeaten run

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Callum Milne took over a much-changed squad at Grand Slam winners Grange in September and the soft-spoken, former Scottish international and his co-coach Stevie Grubb have guided the Edinburgh side to the summit of...

EuroHockey – Forsyth urges a big effort against England

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Alan Forsyth urged his Scotland team-mates to put in another big performance when they face England in a crucial EuroHockey Championship clash on Saturday in Antwerp. The former Kelburne striker said he was proud of...

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