The seventh episode of BDO WorldHockey Monthly TV programme has been distributed to broadcasters and will be screened around the world during the next four weeks.
The programme is currently shown in more than 50 countries around the world and can be seen on www.fieldhockey.tv free of charge in the coming days.
Episode 7 Highlights
News from around the world, including highlights of the earthquake benefit match in
Feature – Hayden Shaw’s comeback to international hockey
Feature – Arif Ali
Men’s Samsung Hockey Champions Trophy Preview – presented by Ric Charlesworth
Feature – Jameson family, Canadian hockey legends
Feature story – Australian veterans event
Before We Go - WorldHockey Youth Congress and WorldHockey calendar of major events
Coming up next month on World Hockey – Review of the women’s Samsung Hockey Champions Trophy, African hockey profile and Mike Mahood, quirky Canadian goalkeeper
Visit the BDO WorldHockey TV section of the website to see when the program will be shown in your region.
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