The 30 March edition of Hockey Talk is now available to view

Formerly TalkHockeyRadio (Est. 2005)

The league part of the national hockey programme may be finished, but there was still action in some of the regional leagues over the weekend and, of course, the first matches in the England Hockey League promotion and relegation play-offs.  We went to watch Havant play Old Georgians in the South Premier League on Saturday and that's GB's James Tindall and India's Sandeep Singh in our picture. You can find more images from the match on our Pictures page.  This week's Hockey Talk has the results from the first play-off matches, plus all the promotions from the regional leagues.  To see more,  follow the links on the right side of this page.

DEDICATED TO YOUR SPORT - THAT'S US........

 

You will find lots of interesting stuff on this site but we would particularly direct you to our Talk Hockey Weekly page, which gives a round-up of everything that happened in last weekend's hockey, and our Pictures page, which is updated weekly with all the latest action from around the country.

 

About HockeyinEngland

 

Hockey in England is a new web site, but we've been around a long time.

 

In 1986 our founder went into a radio studio to talk about the World Cup in London, and it all started there. In 1996 he became a regular columnist in the old Hockey Sport magazine (and he carries on that tradition in Push magazine). But in 2005 he went solo, starting a regular monthly podcast from www.TalkHockeyRadio.co.uk.  An on-line magazine was started in 2006 and a web site dedicated to hockey photographs (www.HockeyImages.co.uk) five years later.

 

After several years of covering the big hockey events (one Olympics, four World Cups, five European Championships, and a host of other major tournaments) he decided to concentrate on domestic hockey, specifically the England Hockey League, England Indoor Leagues and England Hockey Cup competitions. That's what Hockey in England is all about. We hope you enjoy the site.

HOCKEY in
ENGLAND

supports.........

WHY DO WE SUPPORT asthma.uk?

 

An amazing number of top sportspeople suffer from asthma, including some internationals. Unfortunately, in some cases it can kill. Our founder is one of thousands of sufferers in the UK.

WHY DO WE SUPPORT THEHOCKEYmuseum

 

THEHOCKEYmuseum has not been going for very long but it has done an amazing job in stopping a lot of our hockey heritage going to landfill.

 

WHAT DO WE DO TO SUPPORT THEM?

 

Purchasers of one-off photographs from our Pictures pages are often asked to make a donation to Asthma UK.  It saves us raising an invoice and the money goes to a good cause.

WHAT DO WE DO TO SUPPORT THEM?

 

We do a lot of photography for the Museum and will be acting as their oral history lead in the future. We have already promised our huge collection of photographs and recordings to them.

 

 

 

 

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