Who's Who

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Who's Who

  • Sheila Morrow

    Sheila Morrow

    President | Sheila has been a Director of Great Britain Hockey for five years, as well as a member of the Hockey Wales Board since 2008. As a player she won 136 caps for Great Britain and Wales, playing in five World Championships captaining both teams. She has over 40 years experience of working in sport.
  • Andy Borrie

    Andy Borrie

    Independent Director | Andy is Deputy Director of Sport at Loughborough University where he leads the University performance system and works with sporting National Governing Bodies to enhance their performance programmes. He has extensive experience as a consultant in world class sport science and coaching and is on the board of England Netball.
  • Erin Lovett

    Erin Lovett

    Independent Director | Erin comes to Great Britain Hockey with over 20 years of international business experience. She has held senior positions in Melbourne, New York and London and is currently a Global Growth and Innovation partner at Deloitte.
  • Katy Roberts

    Katy Roberts

    Katy Roberts is an ex-international hockey player, qualified solicitor and mother or two small children. Katy has represented England and GB at all levels and gained over 40 senior caps; finishing her hockey playing career at Chelmsford Hockey Club. Katy is England Hockeyís representative on the GB board.
  • Andrew Scoular

    Andrew Scoular

    Director | Andrew is Scotlandís representative on the GB Hockey Board. He is an ex international and has played over 120 times for Scotland.
  • Ian Wilson

    Ian Wilson

    Company Secretary | Ian joined us from World Class Hockey after working as a Corporate Bank Manager with Barclays and then a slightly more exciting time as a Finance Director with a special effects company at Pinewood Studios (although not half as exciting as he was promised!)
  • Bobby Crutchley

    Bobby Crutchley

    Men's Head Coach | Bobby Crutchley has been an assistant coach to the senior menís programme since 2005 and was part of the Great Britain coaching staff at the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games.
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