By the age of 24, Lily had amassed more than 150 international appearances, won Olympic and European golds and been named the FIH Rising Star of 2016.
A natural athlete and former sprinter, Lily now uses her incredible pace to run rings around defenders, as epitomised by her incredible solo goal against Belgium in the 2019 FIH Hockey Pro League, and is one of her country’s most influential and exciting stars.
She then added to her impressive medal collection by playing an influential role as Great Britain won bronze at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, a feat she said meant more to her than the Olympic gold of five years before because of the journey the squad had been on since then.
Away from a hockey pitch, Lily is also a graduate from the University of Birmingham and is a massive Bristol City fan, making the trip to Ashton Gate as often as she can.
- 2021 EuroHockey Championships
- 2019 EuroHockey Championships
- 2018 World Cup
- 2017 Hockey World League Final
- 2017 EuroHockey Championships
- 2017 Hockey World League Semi-Final
- 2015 EuroHockey Championships
- 2014 Champions Trophy
- 2014 Commonwealth Games
- 2014 World Cup
- 2013 Hockey World League Final
- 2013 EuroHockey Championships
- 2013 Hockey World League Semi-Final
- 2022 FIH Hockey Women's World Cup
- 2022 FIH Hockey Pro League
- 2017 EuroHockey Championships - Bronze Medal
- 2017 Hockey World League Semi-Final - Bronze Medal
- 2015 EuroHockey Championships - Gold Medal
- 2014 Commonwealth Games - Silver Medal
- 2013 Hockey World League Final - Bronze Medal
- 2013 EuroHockey Championships - Silver Medal
- 2013 Hockey World League Semi-Final - Silver Medal