Saturday, May 18, 2024

‘Everyone has unique hockey skills which you don’t want to change’

Former Black Cap Katie Glynn, Team GB women’s assistant coach, on circle approach and attacking finesse

I played a lot of cricket growing up and that helped me. I had good hand-eye coordination and when Mark [Hager] joined the New Zealand programme I learned a lot from him

There are a lot of finer details in the attacking circle that you sometimes aren’t aware of: body position, goalkeeper awareness, angles, deflections is a big one.

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