Scotland squad – 2005 European Nations Cup

Posted May 30, 2011
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  1. Stephen Dick
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    Stephen Dick

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    Stephen Dick (born 21 June 1985 in Kirkcaldy) is a Scottish field hockey player who plays as a forward.


  2. Andrew Sewnauth
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    Andrew Sewnauth

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    Andrew Sewnauth (born on 26 February 1982 in Glasgow) is a Scottish field hockey player, who was a member of the national squad that finished 8th in the 2003 European Nations Cup in Barcelona and won the 2003 Celtic Cup. The defender plays for Western Wildcats, and has won six Scottish National League titles.


  3. Alistair McGregor
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    Alistair McGregor

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    Alistair McGregor (born 11 June 1981 in Aberdeen) is a male field hockey goalkeeper from Scotland, who earned his first cap for the Men's National Team in 2001. He plays club hockey for Loughborough Students' Men's Hockey Club. McGregor was named joint Outstanding UK Player at the 2005 European Championships. He represented Great Britain at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.


  4. Vishal Marwaha
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    Vishal Marwaha

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    Vishal Marwaha (born 8 May 1976 in Glasgow) is a Scottish field hockey player. He has more than 200 outdoor caps for Scotland and Great Britain. He played all his career at Western Wildcats. He debuted in the first team in 1996 and gained his first Scotland cap in 1997. He captained Western Wildcats for three seasons from 2003-06 He retired from playing in 2011 after winning a final Scottish Cup. He took over as 1st team coach at Wildcats for the season 2011-12 He lives in Glasgow.


  5. Niall Stott
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    Niall Stott

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    Niall Craig Stott (born 6 February 1981) is a Scottish field hockey player who was a member of the Great Britain and Northern Ireland squad that finished ninth at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. He was born in Dundee.


  6. Graham Dunlop
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    Graham Dunlop

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    Graham Barry Dunlop (born 21 May 1976 in Glasgow) is a Scottish field hockey player.


  7. Kris Kane
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    Kris Kane

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    Kris Kane (born 5 December 1980 in Glasgow) is a Scottish field hockey player, who was a member of the national squad that finished 8th in the 2003 European Nations Cup in Barcelona. The goalkeeper plays for Western Wildcats, and has won five Scottish National League titles and four Scottish Cups. Kane became player coach of Western Wildcats in 2007


  8. Michael Christie (field hockey)
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    Michael Christie (field hockey)

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    Michael Christie (born 23 January 1987 in Glasgow) is a male field hockey defender from Scotland, who earned his first cap for the Men's National Team in 2005. He plays club hockey for Kelburne HC. His older brother Jonathan is also a member of men’s national squad. He was a member of the squad that competed at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, Australia, but missed the Delhi games in 2010 Commonwealth Games due to injury.


  9. David Mitchell (field hockey)
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    David Mitchell (field hockey)

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    David Mitchell (born 16 September 1981 in Bellshill) is a male field hockey defender from Scotland. He plays club hockey for Motherwell HC, and made his debut for the Men's National Team in 2001. Mitchell is engaged to Scottish international hockey player, Julie Kilpatrick.


  10. Jonathan Christie
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    Jonathan Christie

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    Jonathan Christie (born 9 July 1983 in Glasgow) is a field hockey player from Scotland, playing as a forward. He represented Scotland at the 2006 Commonwealth Games and played in the Euro Hockey League 2007-08 for Kelburne HC. His younger brother Michael is a member of Scotland’s men’s team.


  11. Douglas Simpson
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    Douglas Simpson

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    Douglas Simpson (born 15 May 1982 in Glasgow) is a field hockey player from Scotland. Simpson started his career at Stepps HC before moving to Western Wildcats in 2002. Simpson enjoyed a free-scoring partnership with Scott McCartney for some years. His predatory skills are also shown off to great effect indoors, where he has also picked up caps. A career highlight was selection for the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, along with teammates Dunlop, David Mansouri and Graham Moodie.


  12. Mark Ralph
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    Mark Ralph

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    Mark Ralph (born 10 February 1980 in Paisley) is a field hockey midfield player from Scotland, who earned his first hat for the Men's National Team in 2011. He plays club hockey for Kelburne HC and is well known for his trademark reverse round the corner. He now teaches at Glasgow Academy.


  13. Michael Leonard
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    Michael Leonard

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    Michael Leonard (born 20 February 1974 in Knutsford) is a male field hockey defender from Scotland, who earned his first cap for the Men's National Team in 1996. He plays club hockey for Grange HC. Leonard has also been capped six times for the Scotland ‘B’ cricket team.


  14. Graham Moodie
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    Graham Moodie

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    Graham Thomas Moodie (born 15 January 1981 in Croydon, London) is a Scottish field hockey player, who was a member of the Great Britain and Northern Ireland squad that finished ninth at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens.


  15. David Ralph
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    David Ralph

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    David Ralph (born 17 August 1972 in Glasgow) is a male former field hockey forward from Scotland, who earned his first cap for the Men's National Team in 1993. He played club hockey for Loughborough Students' Men's Hockey Club. Ralph became a field hockey coach after his career; currently the Head Coach at England Hockey League club Loughborough Students' Men's Hockey Club.




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