“I’ve had to become self-disciplined and organised to make it all work.”
Joined in 2018
Joined from Headington School
- Physical Education
The globalisation of Hockey. Is taking part more important than winning?
After A-Levels, Rowena plans to continue her studies at a university with a strong hockey track record, such as Loughborough. But, before that, she’s already preparing for a Gap Year playing club hockey in Australia so she can continue developing her game and experience.
Rowena regularly volunteers as a Club youth coach and was a Hockey Maker at the 2018 Women’s Hockey World Cup, a highlight being chosen as flag-bearer for the Australian team. She has also played county netball and cricket and was in the Reading FC football academy. Her potential as a performance athlete has been recognised by a SportsAid Award. In October 2018 she was picked for the England U18 Hockey Squad whilst studying for her A levels at d’Overbroeck’s.