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    Hey everyone,
    Just a quick bit of advice on field hockey sticks. I play hockey for a club, training twice a week plus fixtures on Saturdays, and really need to get a new stick but have no clue where to start. My size is 38.5" but I have no idea what brand/type to get. I'm looking to pay between £125 to £175, any advice?!

    grays are pretty standard tbh cant really go wrong. you're supposed to take your position into account as well as different sticks have different strengths, for example the weight can vary depending on where you play
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