Hannah has flourished since making her international debut back in 2017, becoming a crucial player for both the England and GB teams. Before joining the Great Britain set-up, Hannah spent 3 years at the University of Birmingham where she won 3 consecutive BUCS titles alongside gaining a First Class Degree. 

She first picked up a hockey stick aged 8 at Ipswich School with her older brother Harry being the perfect role model to look up to and emulate. Tennis was her first sport, and she was a part of the LTA National Futures Programme as a youngster which took place at Bisham Abbey where she now trains full time! 

Hannah has certainly caught the eye with her rapid hands and dazzling skills and is a constant source of frustration to defenders, often chipping in with vital goals.

No better was this proved than at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics where she scored four goals on the way to helping Great Britain win bronze, adding to her medals of the same colour won with England at European and Commonwealth events. What made her Olympic medal even more special though was that it came just four months after she sustained a broken leg and ankle ligament damage.

Hannah was a member of the history making England side to win their first ever hockey gold medal at the Commonwealth Games in August 2022. She scored 5 goals across the tournament and the crucial winning penalty shootout in the semi final clash with New Zealand.