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Five hockey players from Framlingham College get call up for England squad

PUBLISHED: 11:59 04 November 2016

Framlingham College student Abby Gooderham has been selected for the England National Squad Assessment Camp

Framlingham College student Abby Gooderham has been selected for the England National Squad Assessment Camp

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Five students at an independent school in east Suffolk could be playing hockey for their country after been selected for a prestigious assessment camp.

Framlingham College student Lottie Summers has been selected for the England National Squad Assessment CampFramlingham College student Lottie Summers has been selected for the England National Squad Assessment Camp

Framlingham College congratulated the young 
players for their dedication after being invited to the England national squad assessment camp next weekend.

Archie WinterArchie Winter

Lottie Summers and Rose Winter will be trying out for the girls’ under 16 squad while Molly Redgrove and Abby Gooderham are in the under-18s category. Archie Winter will be assessed for the boys’ under-18 squad.

Framlingham College student Molly Redgrove has been selected for the England National Squad Assessment CampFramlingham College student Molly Redgrove has been selected for the England National Squad Assessment Camp

Headmaster Paul Taylor said: “Everyone at Framlingham is thrilled for these five exceptional young hockey players.

Framlingham College student Rose Winter has been selected for the England National Squad Assessment CampFramlingham College student Rose Winter has been selected for the England National Squad Assessment Camp

“Their selection is fully deserved and is the result of sustained dedication and hard work – as well as 
significant natural talent – and we are pleased that we have been able to support them in pursuing their sporting ambitions.

“This adds to our delight at recently being crowned champions in all five of the girls’ county age groups and reflects well on the 
supportive and high quality coaching culture that currently permeates all sports at the college.”

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