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Britain’s best hockey players to face off at Olympic Park this week

PUBLISHED: 12:23 07 July 2014 | UPDATED: 12:25 07 July 2014

Britain’s best field hockey players will be clashing sticks at the newly opened Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre.

Men’s and women’s teams from England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and South Africa will compete in the Investec London Cup at the world-class facilities in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park from Wednesday, July 9, until the final on Sunday, July 13.

There is no play on Friday.

Tickets start from £15 for adults and just a pound for under 18s.

Click here to book tickets.

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