The Wales women's national field hockey team represents Wales in international women's field hockey, with the exception of the Olympic Games when Welsh players are eligible to play for the Great Britain national women's field hockey team as selected. The country's main targets as laid down by Hockey Wales, Wales national governing body for hockey, are the EuroHockey Championships, the FIH World League and the Commonwealth Games.[1]


 [hide*1 Tournament history

Tournament history[edit]Edit

World Cup
  • 1983 – 12th place
World League
Commonwealth Games
  • 1998 – Did not progress from group stage
  • 2010 – 8th place
EuroHockey Nations Championship
Hockey Champions Challenge I

2012 Women's Hockey Champions Challenge I - 8th place==Current squad[edit]==

The named squad for the 2014 Commonwealth Games

  • Ria Male, goalkeeper
  • Elen Barnes, defender
  • Beth Bingham, defender
  • Xenna Hughes, defender
  • Jo Westwood, defender
  • Leah Wilkinson, defender
  • Katrin Budd, midfielder
  • Alys Brooks, midfielder
  • Sian French, midfielder
  • Sarah Jones, midfielder
  • Carys Tucker, midfielder
  • Emma Batten, forward
  • Eloise Laity, forward
  • Phoebe Richards, forward
  • Danni Jordan, forward
  • Abi Welsford, forward

Notable former players[edit]Edit

  • Sarah Thomas - Olympic bronze medal winner with the 2014 Great Britain team
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