Player Caps - 60 Eng
Goals - 2 Eng
Shona has come a long way since being introduced her to the sport as a six-year-old in order to try and get rid of her excess energy.
She has already achieved plenty in the game, including winning Olympic gold and bronze medals for Great Britain alongside a European triumph with England in 2015.
Having spent 18 months out of the game due to injury, Shona made a successful return to international hockey in mid-2019 and used her experience, excellent reading of the game and tenacity in midfield to guide GB to Tokyo 2020 bronze. The following summer she played in her first Commonwealth Games and World Cup, winning bronze in the former in Birmingham.
Shona also spent three years playing and studying in The Netherlands - a period she says helped her significantly on her journey to becoming a senior internationals - and spends her spare time inspiring children and playing with her dog Milo.
- 2022 Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games
- 2022 FIH Hockey Pro League
- 2022 FIH Hockey Women's World Cup
- 2019 EuroHockey Championships
- 2017 Hockey World League Final
- 2017 EuroHockey Championships
- 2017 Hockey World League Semi-Final
- 2015 EuroHockey Championships
- 2014 Champions Trophy
- 2022 Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games - Gold Medal
- 2017 EuroHockey Championships - Bronze Medal
- 2017 Hockey World League Semi-Final - Bronze Medal
- 2015 EuroHockey Championships - Gold Medal