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1. Sport and Event
Hockey - International GB and England
2. Currently living
At Nottingham University
4. Highest Accolade
Competing for GB Mens Hockey Team at London 2012 Olympic Games
Short listed for FIH Young World Hockey Player of the Year
Champions Trophy Melbourne, Australia December 2012 England Men 7th
Selected for GB Mens Hockey Team and played at London Olympics 2012 - came 4th losing bronze medal match to Australia
Champions Trophy Dec 2011 Auckland New Zealand 6th
Played for England men’s hockey team (aged 17) at 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi. Lost semi final to India on penalty strokes and just missed a bronze medal after losing to New Zealand on another penalty shoot out.
Awarded first GB Senior men’s cap at 4 Nations tournament in Nottingham v Japan July 2010 and first England senior men’s cap v France September 2010.(currently has 14 England caps and 34 for GB)
Winner of Sportsaid one-to-watch award for 2010 out of over 2000 athletes nominated.
Awarded the Larking Gowen Young Sports Personality award 2010 at the Suffolk Sports Awards.
Runner up in Male Pupil of The Year category in the Daily Telegraph and Aviva School Sport Matters Campaign 2010.
Winner of England Hockey Boards Young Male Player of the Year 2011.
Joint winner of Higgins Hockey Writers Club Young Male Player of the Year 2011.
Played for England Men’s U18 and U21 teams at the European Championships in summer 2010, and also previously represented England U16 Boys at European Championships 2008.
Started hockey at Ipswich Hockey Club and then moved on to Old Loughtonians and now plays for Beeston in National Premiere Hockey league.
6. Your sporting hero
7. Random fact about you
Duchess of Cambridge inspected his room at Olympic Village London 2012 (very kindly said her brothers was worse!)