Having played internationally more than 200 times by the age of just 26, Harry is in line to become one of the most capped England and Great Britain players of all time.
He was just 17 when he made his international debut in 2011 before appearing at the London Olympics the following year and, despite being the only teenager in the squad, played a vital part as GB narrowly missed out on a medal. So impressive were his performances that year that Harry was also shortlisted for the 2012 FIH World Young Player of the Year award.
A key component of the team with his exceptional work rate and consistently high level performances, Harry unfortunately suffered a serious quadricep injury in January 2021. However just four months later he was back playing international hockey and featured for England at the EuroHockey Championships before he was selected as a reserve for the Tokyo Olympics shortly afterwards.
His sister Hannah is also a star of the women’s team and she says Harry has been one of the biggest inspirations in her career so far.
- 2021 EuroHockey Championships
- 2019 EuroHockey Championships
- 2018 World Cup
- 2018 Commonwealth Games
- 2018 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup
- 2017 Hockey World League Final
- 2017 EuroHockey Championships
- 2015 EuroHockey Championships
- 2017 Hockey World League Semi-Final
- 2014 Commonwealth Games
- 2014 World Cup
- 2013 Hockey World League Final
- 2013 EuroHockey Championships
- 2013 Hockey World League Semi-Final
- 2012 Champions Trophy
- 2010 Commonwealth Games
- 2018 Commonwealth Games - Bronze Medal
- 2018 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup - Silver Medal
- 2017 EuroHockey Championships - Bronze Medal
- 2017 Hockey World League Semi-Final - Bronze Medal
- 2014 Commonwealth Games - Bronze Medal
- 2013 Hockey World League Final - Bronze Medal
- 2013 EuroHockey Championships - Bronze Medal
- 2013 Hockey World League Semi-Final - Bronze Medal