Alan Forsyth
Monday, February 9th, 2015

Going south seems the best bet for any Scot hoping to make it to Rio 2016. So far only three, Dan Coultas of Holcombe, Gordon McIntyre of Beeston and Chris Grassick of Surbiton, are in the 30-strong Bisham Abbey-based Team GB training squad. But Grassick’s club mate, Alan Forsyth is making a strong bid to join them in the combined Wales, England and Scotland squad this year.

Friday, January 30th, 2015 (All day)

Canterbury are counting on Australia international Craig Boyne to up the stakes in the NOW: Pensions Premier Division relegation battle. Penalty corner specialist Boyne, 26, is a new signing to go along with Mexican Francisco Montoya as the bottom club, with only one win so far, meet Hampstead & Westminster at Polo Farm on Sunday. Both players scored in a 3-2 friendly win against second-placed Surbiton on Sunday.

The 2014 Hockey Writers' club awards winners
Wednesday, January 21st, 2015 (All day)

Holcombe’s Iain Lewers and Canterbury’s Susannah Townsend have been named UK hockey players of the year, following the annual poll conducted among British members of the Hockey Writers’ Club.

The Hockey Writers' Club annual general meeting was held at the Royal Thames Yacht Club in Knightsbridge, London on Tuesday January 20.

The following club members were elected to committee posts:

Chairman: Graham Wilson 
Hon Secretary: Susan Edghill
Treasurer: Peter Luck

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