Glorious Dutch celebrate winning gold. Pic credit: Getty Images/FIH

Glorious Dutch dominate and record books are re-written

August 5, 2018 Relentless and magnificent. The Netherlands have absolutely owned the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup since their opening 7-0 scoreline against Korea. The women in orange might have been slightly stunned by the reception their opponents received as they walked out for the final but then it was business as usual – except

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Spain celebrate a first-ever bronze: Pic credit: Getty Images/FIH

Lock leads Spain to first ever World Cup medal

August 5, 2018 Spain’s incredible journey at the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup came to a bronze-tinted end as they defeated Australia with a consummate display of creative, attacking hockey. The bronze medal match was a clash between Australia, the world number five team and 2014 silver medalists, and Spain who, with a FIH Hero

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Double centuries for de Goede and Watkins

4 August 2018 On Sunday 5 August, Eva de Goede of the Netherlands and Chloe Watkins of Ireland are poised to play their 200th matches for their respective nations. The match is the gold medal match between Netherlands and ireland 16:30 (UTC). A presentation will take place after the match. For further information and news

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HWC2018: Rise of the lower-ranked nations

There are 16 teams at the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup, London 2018, and after the first two days of action, it is clear that the competition is one of the most wide open contests in the event’s history. BUY WORLD CUP TICKETS At the end of Day 1, England (FIH Hero World Ranking: 2)

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