Club Records
Tim Davenport, 180 goals, M1 (2003 – 15) – see full record here 
Bobby Crutchley, Head Coach, England and GB Mens Hockey (2013 onwards)
Jody Paul, Assistant Coach, England Mens U18 (20   –  )
Karen Hoyle, 316 goals, L3/4 (2000 – 2012)
Claire Connell, 41 goals in one season, L5 (2014/15)
National and Divisional Representation
2021/2022
Anna Edwards, England U18
Emily Maclean, England U18
Oskar Edwards, England U18
Ollie Mallett, England U18
Jack Webb, England U18
Rob Wilson, England U18
Ruby Butterfield, England U16
2020/2021
Hugh Page, England U18
Rob Wilson, England U18
Emily Maclean, England U18
Lottie Wakeham-Dawson, England U18
India Owen, Wales U18
Anna Edward, England U16
Eleanor Thomas, Wales U18
Vicky McCabe, GB EDP
2019/2020
Nick Nurse, England U18
Will Prentice, England U18
Nat O’Dwyer, Wales U18
Katie Jones, England U18
Jack Webb, England U16
Alex Chihota, England U16
Anna Edwards, England U16
2018/2019
Will Prentice England U18
Nat O’Dwyer, Wales U18
Sophie Hamilton, England U18
Olivia Hamilton, England U18
2017/2018
Liam Sanford, England
Peter Scott, England and England U21
John Jackson, Ireland
Harry Skinner, England U21
Anna Reynolds, England U21
Maria Jones, England U21 Development Squad
Tess Hannah, Scotland U21
Janet Gubbin, England O40, West of England O40
Heber Ackland, West of England O45
Marty Pellow, West of England O45
Will Hewer, England U18
Stuart Rushmere, England U18
Will Prentice, England U16
Sophie Hamilton, England U16
Olivia Hamilton, England U16
2016/2017
Peter Scott – England U21
Will Hewer – England U18
Janet Gubbin, England O40 and West of England O40
Wendy Britten, England O40 and West of England O40
Paul Atkins – West of England O65
Martin Bray – West of England O50 
Heber Ackland – West of England O45 
Martin Pellow – West of England O45 
2014/2015
Liam Sanford – England U21
Sam Hatherley – England U21
Matt Ming – England U21
Peter Scott – England U18
Will Hewer – England U18
Wendy Britten – England Masters O40
Heber Ackland – UK Armed Forces O40s (Divisional Championships, 2015)
2013/2014
Ed Horler – England U21 (European Championship Bronze)
Matt Ruxton – Wales (2014 Commonwealth Games)
Ben Carless – Wales (2014 Commonwealth Games)