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SOPHIE BRAY'S summer arrival was a statement of intent by East Grinstead ladies. The current England international, below, joined Grinstead from MOP in Holland in May and is one of five new signings as Grinstead embark on a second season of national league hockey.


Read the full article courtesy of The Argus, 12th September 2014.

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EAST Grinstead's interest in the Commonwealth Games will not just be confined to England's men and women.  Two of East Grinstead men's first team will be proudly flying the flag for home nation Scotland in Glasgow.  Ross Stott joins older brother Niall in the Scotland squad who will contest pool A along with Australia, India, South Africa and Wales.

Article courtesy of The Argus, 18th July 2014

DAVID CONDON believes playing for East Grinstead has helped him develop him as an international player. The 23-year-old is one of three Grinstead players in England's 16-man squad for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

Article courtesy of The Argus, Friday 18th July 2014


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Former East Grinstead star Barry Middleton is planning an upset as England prepare to take on the Netherlands in the World Cup semifinal today.  Fourth seeds England finished runners-up in Pool A and must now beat Pool B winners Netherlands – the third seeds and hosts – in order to reach Sunday’s final.  Four current East Grinstead players are in the squad for the game, including Ashley Jackson, pictured above, who won his 100th cap for England in Monday’s crucial group win over Belgium which secured a last four berth. He is joined by Mark Gleghorne, David Condon and Iain Lewers, who will join Holcombe after the tournament.


Article courtesy of The Argus, 13th June 2014

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ASHLEY JACKSON believes England could be on the verge of making history.  The East Grinstead star is in Bobby Crutchley's 18-man squad which launches its World Cup campaign against Spain in The Hague today.  England have never won hockey's World Cup before but Jackson believes that could be about to change.

Article courtesy of The Argus, 31st May 2014