Participants

England

Hockey

Bib Name Birth Date
1 08 Oct 1988
3 27 Feb 1995
4 08 Mar 1988
5 12 Apr 1991
6 29 Apr 1993
7 30 Dec 1994
9 28 Jul 1989
11 09 Apr 1992
13 22 Nov 1996
15 21 May 1985
16 27 Jul 1994
18 31 Mar 1992
19 12 May 1990
20 19 Sep 1990
21 10 Jun 1989
23 28 Aug 1994
27 27 May 1991
31 13 Apr 1993

Team Officials

Function Name
Head Coach
Assistant Coach
David RALPH

Events and Medals

Event Rank Medal
HOC Women 3 Bronze

England - Schedule


Schedule
Time Event Status
Thu, 5 Apr 14:30
Women Pool A
England
2
South Africa
0
Finished
Fri, 6 Apr 19:30
Women Pool A
England
5
Wales
1
Finished
Sun, 8 Apr 9:30
Women Pool A
England
1
India
2
Finished
Mon, 9 Apr 19:30
Women Pool A
England
3
Malaysia
0
Finished
Thu, 12 Apr 19:00
Women Semifinal
England
0
New Zealand
0
Finished
Sat, 14 Apr 10:30
Bronze Medal Event Women Bronze Medal
England
6
India
0
Finished

Biographical Information


Highlights
Commonwealth Games
YearLocationRank
2014 Glasgow, SCO 2
2010 Delhi, IND 3
2006 Melbourne, AUS 3
2002 Manchester, ENG 2
1998 Kuala Lumpur, MAS 2

Olympic Games
YearLocationRank
2016 Rio de Janeiro, BRA 1 (as GBR)
2012 London, GBR 3 (as GBR)
2008 Beijing, CHN 6 (as GBR)
2000 Sydney, AUS 8 (as GBR)
1996 Atlanta, USA 4 (as GBR)
1992 Barcelona, ESP 3 (as GBR)
1988 Seoul, KOR 4 (as GBR)

Champions Trophy
YearLocationRank
2016 London, GBR 5 (as GBR)
2014 Mendoza, ARG 5
2012 Rosario, ARG 2 (as GBR)
2011 Amstelveen, NED 5
2010 Nottingham, ENG 3
2009 Sydney, AUS 6
2003 Sydney, AUS 5 (as GBR)
2002 Macau 6 (as GBR)
1997 Berlin, GER 5 (as GBR)
1993 Amstelveen, NED 6 (as GBR)
1989 Frankfurt, FRG 4 (as GBR)
1987 Amstelveen, NED 5 (as GBR)

Additional information

COMMONWEALTH HEARTREAK
The history of the England women's hockey team at the Commonwealth Games is a case of so near, yet so far. They have taken silver at three of their five Games (Kuala Lumpur 1998, Manchester 2002 and Glasgow 2014), with bronze medals at the other two (Melbourne 2006 and Delhi 2010). While they lost 8-1 to Australia in the 1998 final and 3-2 to India in 2002, their defeat in Glasgow was really tough to bear. Sitting 1-0 up in the gold-medal game, Australia equalised with 18 seconds to go and won the penalty stroke shootout 3-1.


WORLD CUP
Highest finish at the Hockey World Cup was third at the Rosario tournament in 2010, where they lost to the Netherlands in the semifinal, again on penalty strokes. (englandhockey.co.uk, 7 Aug 2017)


HEART ATTACK
Head coach Danny KERRY suffered a heart attack during the World League Semifinals on 26 Jul 2017, assistant coach David RALPH taking over as interim head coach. (englandhockey.co.uk, 7 Aug 2017)


World Ranking: 2 (Correct at December 2017)



Legend

Gold: Gold
Silver: Silver
Bronze: Bronze
Gold Medal Event: Gold Medal Event
Bronze Medal Event: Bronze Medal Event

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