Player Caps - 68 Eng
Goals - 19 Eng
Grace made her international debut at the age of 20 when GB played the USA in San Diego, a country where she studied for a year at Maryland University. That came shortly after she was part of the GB U18 team that won European bronze in 2012 before winning the same colour medal with England at the 2014 U21 Euros.
She would have to wait another three years to make her England debut but since then has become a mainstay in both defences, featuring at the 2018 Commonwealth Games and the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup later that year.
Alongside Giselle Ansley, the defender is a real threat from penalty corners and proved that on hockey's greatest stage as she scored three times at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. This included the winning goal in the thrilling bronze medal match against India to ensure it was GB who stood on the medal podium.
The following summer she was a key member of the gold medal-winning Commonwealth Games squad, as well as playing in her first World Cup. She also lined up on home soil in Durham as part of England’s EuroHockey Qualifiers.
Outside of hockey, one of Grace’s main interests is baking while she also has a passion for collecting vinyl records.
- 2022 Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games
- 2022 FIH Hockey Pro League
- 2022 FIH Hockey Women's World Cup
- 2021 EuroHockey Championships
- 2019 EuroHockey Championships
- 2018 World Cup
- 2018 Commonwealth Games
- 2017 Hockey World League Final
- 2017 Hockey World League Semi-Final
- 2022 Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games - Gold Medal
- 2018 Commonwealth Games - Bronze Medal
- 2017 Hockey World League Semi-Final - Bronze Medal