Maddie shot to international sporting prominence during the Rio 2016 Olympics with her acrobatics and penalty shootout heroics, saving four efforts as GB won a memorable gold.
That followed a similarly stunning performance that saw England claim a first EuroHockey title against the same opponents the year before. In addition, she was voted the FIH World Goalkeeper of the Year in 2016, 2017 and 2018.
Maddie may not have taken up the sport had it not been for her PE teacher, who noted her willingness to throw herself about while playing rounders and suggested she might be better suited in a hockey goal.
Having starred for England during the 2018 Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup, Maddie took a break from international hockey before returning during the 2019 FIH Hockey Pro League. She then played a crucial role in securing Great Britain's place at the 2020 Olympics before helping them secure bronze with a string of fine displays, most notably saving all four shootouts in the quarter-final against Spain.
- 2021 EuroHockey Championships
- 2019 EuroHockey Championships
- 2018 World Cup
- 2018 Commonwealth Games
- 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
- 2011 Champions Trophy
- 2011 EuroHockey Championships
- 2022 FIH Hockey Women's World Cup
- 2022 FIH Hockey Pro League
- 2018 Commonwealth Games - Bronze Medal
- 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
- 2011 EuroHockey Championships - Bronze Medal