Great Britain Series



Friday 24th January: GB 4 – HQ  7-1

Saturday 25th January: GB 7 – HQ 1
Goal Scorer – Claire Colwill


Monday 27th January: GB 7 – HQ 0


Ahead of their Pro League games in Sydney, Great Britain have brought their national teams to Brisbane for a week of training, and to play 3 practice matches at the State Hockey Centre in Colmslie, Brisbane.

Great Britain will take on Hockey Queensland composite teams this weekend, with the women competing on Friday and Saturday nights, and the men lining up on Monday night.
The Hockey Queensland Women’s representative team will include 14 members of the Sultana Bran Hockey One League Champions, the Brisbane Blaze, including Australian Development Squad members Morgan Gallagher, Britt Wilkinson, and Meg Pearce.

Fellow Australian Development Squad members Nicola Hammond from Hockey Club Melbourne and Abby Wilson from NSW Pride will travel to Brisbane to join the line-up against the reigning Olympic champions Great Britain.

Meanwhile the Hockey Queensland Men’s representative team boasts 8 members of the Sultana Bran Hockey One League Silver Medal winners, the Brisbane Blaze, including Australian Development Squad member Matt Finn.

Plus Jake Staines from the Canberra Chill and International athlete Adam Imer who competes for the Brazilian National Team will also join the team.

This is an incredible opportunity for hockey players and sports fans to see international-level hockey, for free in their own backyard.

Event Details
Date and Time:
Friday 24th January 6:30pm – WOMEN
Saturday 25th January 5:30pm – WOMEN
Monday 27th January 4pm – MEN
Location: State Hockey Centre, 400-420 Lytton Rd, Colmslie
Entry: FREE

The Hockey Queensland bar will be open for drinks and light snacks. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own picnic dinner, and enjoy a night of international hockey with friends and family.

Hockey Queensland Team WOMEN
Claire Colwill
Layla Eleison
Genevieve Ferguson
Kendra Fitzpatrick
Morgan Gallagher
Nicola Hammond
Ruby Harris
Maddie James
Morgan Mathison
Ashlyn McBurnie
Aleisha Neumann
Meg Pearce
Jesse Reid
Natarlia Smith
Britt Wilkinson
Abby Wilson
Emily Witheyman-Crump

Hockey Queensland Team MEN
Jayden Atkinson
Scott Boyde
Luca Brown
Michael Doan
Justin Douglas
Harrison Farrell
Matt Finn
Michael Francis
Max Harding
Liam Hart
David Hubbard
Adam Imer
Shane Kenny
Mitch Nicholson
Matthew Pembroke
Luke Randle
Jake Staines
Jared Taylor
Ethan White

Great Britain Women’s Team
1) Maddie Hinch (GK) (ENG)
4) Laura Unsworth (ENG)
6) Anna Toman (ENG)
7) Hannah Martin (ENG)
9) Susannah Townsend (ENG)
10) Sarah Robertson (SCO)
13) Ellie Rayer (ENG)
14) Tess Howard (ENG)
17) Sarah Jones (WAL)
18) Giselle Ansley (ENG)
20) Hollie Pearne-Webb (C) (ENG)
22) Lizzie Neal (ENG)
24) Shona McCallin (ENG)
25) Sabbie Heesh (GK) (ENG)
26) Lily Owsley (ENG)
27) Jo Hunter (ENG)
29) Esme Burge (ENG)
31) Grace Balsdon (ENG)
32) Amy Costello (SCO)
33) Izzy Petter (ENG)
34) Charlotte Watson (SCO)
35) Leah Wilkinson (WAL)

Great Britain Men’s Team
1) George Pinner (GK) (ENG)
2) Harry Gibson (GK) (ENG)
3) Luke Taylor (ENG)
5) David Ames (ENG)
7) Alan Forsyth (SCO)
8) Rupert Shipperley (WAL)
9) Harry Martin (ENG)
10) Chris Griffiths (ENG)
11) Ian Sloan (ENG)
14) Mark Gleghorne (ENG)
15) Phil Roper (ENG)
16) Adam Dixon (C) (ENG)
17) Ashley Jackson (ENG)
21) Liam Ansell (ENG)
22) David Condon (ENG)
25) Jack Waller (ENG)
26) James Gall (ENG)
27) Liam Sanford (ENG)
29) Tom Sorsby (ENG)
31) Will Calnan (ENG)
32) Zach Wallace (ENG)
33) Jacob Draper (WAL)

About The 2020 FIH Pro League
Now in its second year, the 2020 FIH Pro League is an international home and away series for the top hockey nations world-wide. Run over 6 months from January to June, the tournament is unlike any hockey has seen before.
Read more on the FIH Pro League here:

The first games for Australia will see the Hockeyroos (women) and Kookaburras (men) host matches against the world’s best hockey nations in Sydney and Perth.
It starts with two matches each against the strong Belgium team on Australia Day weekend (Jan 25/26), before back-to-back double headers against Great Britain the following weekend. (Feb 1/2)
Read more on Australia’s home games here:


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