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This month, Claire Middleton from the Daily Telegraph in London previews the first major tournament for 2005, the Sahara Hockey Champions Trophy. Also, there's a profile on Terry Walsh, the United States Field Hockey Association's new Techical Director of High Performance, an evaluation of the Indian Premier Hockey League, a profile on former Argentina women's coach Sergio Vigil and an interview with new South African women's coach Jenny King.

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This month's contents:

President's View
Els van Breda Vriesman, FIH President

Editorial
Cathy Harris, Editor

Pharaohs play host in Alexandria
Claire Middleton previews the first major tournament of 2005

US to benefit from Walsh’s vision
Australian Terry Walsh has big plans in his new role with the United States Field Hockey Association
By Michelangelo Rucci

Love thy neighbour
Gill Gemming, Continental Development Officer for Oceania, describes how successful “mentoring” has become within the region

PHL proves its worth
Sundeep Misra reviews the inaugural Premier Hockey League in India and comments on its future

Sergio maintains his sporting vigil
When Sergio Vigil stepped down from his role with the Argentinean women's team, he left an indelible mark on the fabric of the team
By Graciela H. Ortiz

King reigns in South Africa
Very few women have made their mark coaching at the highest level, but South Africa’s newly appointed coach Jenny King is looking forward to the challenge
By Karien Jonckheere

Hockey settles in Olympic capital
FIH's move to Lausanne will provide the opportunity to develop stronger ties with the International Olympic Committee and ensure the sport’s longevity at the highest level

GB or not GB?
Triple Olympian for former Great Britain goalkeeper Simon Mason argues that GB needs to compete at all major tournaments if they are to succeed