Nick Catlin couldn't hide his emotions as he tried to come to terms with England's surprising 4-2 defeat to Ireland today in the bronze medal match at the EuroHockey tournament.
The setback of leaving a
Needing a positive result to make sure of their place in the EuroHockey Championship semi-finals, England's men stormed to a 4-0 victory over Spain at the Lee Valley Hockey Centre last night.
A double from
Maidenhead's Kate Richardson-Walsh will captain England women and Marlow's Barry Middleton will lead England men in their campaigns to win the EuroHockey Championships which start tomorrow (Friday).
Hannah MacLeod (Maidenhead), Helen Richardson-Walsh (Maidenhead) and Shona
Maidenhead's Helen Richardson-Walsh scored her 25th goal for her country as England booked their place in the semi-finals of the EuroHockey Championships with a 2-0 win over Italy on Monday.
An inspired defensive display by
Slough Hockey club's Shona McCallin insists the pressure is not off for any of her England teammates ahead of the Unibet EuroHockey Championships later this month, despite Olympic qualification being secure for Team GB.
Maidenhead United have shown they will stand up and be counted in tight games according to assistant manager Sam Lock.
United didn't have the lion's share of possession in Saturday's 1-0 win at Hemel Hempstead
Maidenhead RFC head coach Russell Bolton said he was impressed with his team after they reached the semi-finals of the Grasshoppers tournament on Saturday.
They eventually lost in the last four to a strong Bournville
Waltham St Lawrence wrapped up the Berkshire League Division 3 title without facing a ball at the weekend after opponents Falkland Development conceded their match.
Elsewhere in the same division Twyford and Ruscombe's slim hopes
Maidenhead rower Jack Beaumont is in hospital a week after he and Great Britain double sculls team-mate Angus Groom were injured in a training camp accident.
Their boat collided head on with the GB men's
Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow Athletic Club (WSEH AC) hammer thrower Taylor Campbell says he's learned a massive lesson after his season was brought to a premature end by a calf injury after being struck