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I started playing hockey when I was 4/5 years old in North Queensland.
I was then selected by the QAS to move to Brisbane after school in 2013 to train.
Two years later I was very fortunate to be selected to move to Perth and to start training with the Hockeyroos squad.
I made my Australian debut in 2015 but unfortunately tore my ACL at the end of the year which ruled me out for the whole of 2016.
I am now fully recovered and looking forward to playing my best hockey ever with the Australian team.
My short term goals for the coming year are to medal with the team at the World Cup in London in 2018.
My focus will then be on the Olympics in Tokyo in 2020.
My family has been my biggest support over the years and I’m very lucky to have them.
- 2018 World Cup London - 4th
- 2018 Commonwealth Games - SILVER
- 2017 Oceania Cup - GOLD
- 2017 Australian Hockey League QLD Team Member - Player of the Tournament
- 2017 Hawkes Bay Cup - Bronze
- 2017 Hockey World League - 5th and secured World Cup Qualification for 2018
- 2017 Australian Hockeyroos Squad
- 2016 Australian Hockeyroos Squad
- 2015 Oceania Cup - GOLD
- 2015 Australian Hockeyroos Squad - Debut
- 2015 Australian Hockey League - GOLD
- 2013 Australian Hockey League - GOLD
- 2012 Jillaroos (U21 Australian Team) Four Nations Tournament
- 2009-2012 U21 Nationals