Monday, July 22, 2024

Hockey World Cup: Super strengths push Nick Bandurak to reach next level

INTERVIEW: Holcombe man watched every England game on TV at 2018 Men’s World Cup and can recall almost every goal

You’ll often hear from people that the path to the top is never a straight one. Every successful player has overcome their share of bumps in the road, setbacks and detours on the way to getting to where they want to. Someone who can tell you all about that is Nick Bandurak.

The Holcombe goal machine has had to bide his time and wait for his senior international debut to come at the ripe old age of 29. Now, with his spell in the international wilderness at an end, he’s looking forward to competing at his first World Cup

Bandurak had long been on the radar of hockey fans in England by virtue of his phenomenal goal scoring record for Holcombe in the Premier League.

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