Sunday, June 23, 2024

Fairytale ending as Sutton Coldfield stalwart, 50, scores in final fixture

After more than three decades playing competitive first team hockey, you can imagine most players would eagerly anticipate kicking back in retirement. But that is not the case for Sutton Coldfield’s midfielder, Charlotte Cross, who is struggling to let go! 

The English schoolteacher grew up in Leeds and represented her school and county youth teams. However, when Charlotte began studying at Birmingham University in 1990, the midlands club became the first that Charlotte ever played for. 

It is also where she met her partner, who coaches at the club.

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