KUDOS to Chanré Bond for helping the England Hockey Women Masters Over 45s Squad win the Four Nations Championships in Nottingham!

Chanré, who is Head of Girls’ Games at King’s Ely Senior, was on fine form, so much so that she was crowned the joint top goal scorer in the tournament. England beat Wales 5-0, Scotland 4-2, and Ireland 4-1. Chanré scored 4 goals.

Chanré, who was born in Cape Town and has been teaching at King’s since 2005, said: “It was a real honour to represent England in the Masters Four Nations Tournament. Being part of an amazing team made the weekend extra special. The quality of hockey played by our team resulted in us winning the tournament. Seeing so many women compete at the highest level of their sport is very inspiring and I’m grateful to have been a part of that.”

Chanré, who plays on the forward line, has also been selected to represent England at the World Masters Hockey in Cape Town, South Africa, in October!

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