Neil Allan   Neil is our Director of Coaching. He is currently the Head Coach of Grove Menzieshill Men (National 1 and EHL),Assistant Head Coach to the Scotland u21 Men's Squad, the Scotland Men's Development Squad and the Scotland Women's Indoor Squad.  Neil designs and plans our camps and performance sessions. He has 20 years coaching experience at all levels from u8 to senior international level, and is an incredible technical skills coach, and takes a full part coaching at all our camps and performance sessions.  Neil has also been head coach of both the Scotland Boys u16 Squad, the Scotland u18 Boys Squad, the Scottish Universities Men's Squad and has coached three clubs in National Division One Outdoor and Indoor.  Neil was head of hockey at a prestigious boarding school in the UK for 9 years, and built a very competitive hockey programme.  Neil was awarded Scottish Hockey Coach of the year in 2011.

Neil Allan

Neil is our Director of Coaching. He is currently the Head Coach of Grove Menzieshill Men (National 1 and EHL),Assistant Head Coach to the Scotland u21 Men's Squad, the Scotland Men's Development Squad and the Scotland Women's Indoor Squad.

Neil designs and plans our camps and performance sessions. He has 20 years coaching experience at all levels from u8 to senior international level, and is an incredible technical skills coach, and takes a full part coaching at all our camps and performance sessions.

Neil has also been head coach of both the Scotland Boys u16 Squad, the Scotland u18 Boys Squad, the Scottish Universities Men's Squad and has coached three clubs in National Division One Outdoor and Indoor.

Neil was head of hockey at a prestigious boarding school in the UK for 9 years, and built a very competitive hockey programme.

Neil was awarded Scottish Hockey Coach of the year in 2011.

Graham Moodie   Graham is an ex international player with 191 senior caps for Scotland (135) and Great Britain (56). Graham in an Olympian who represented GB in the Athens Olympics. Graham was the most talented Scottish player of his generation, in what could be said to be Scotland's 'Golden Generation', producing 7 Olympians over an 8 year period.  Graham is currently the Head of Men's Performance Hockey at Edinburgh University, and the head coach of the Scotland u21 Men and Assistant Head Coach to the Scotland Senior men, and the GB u21 and Elite Development Programmes.  Graham has an incredible knowledge of hockey both from a tactical and technical aspect, he is one of the most highly regarded young coaches in world hockey.

Graham Moodie

Graham is an ex international player with 191 senior caps for Scotland (135) and Great Britain (56). Graham in an Olympian who represented GB in the Athens Olympics. Graham was the most talented Scottish player of his generation, in what could be said to be Scotland's 'Golden Generation', producing 7 Olympians over an 8 year period.

Graham is currently the Head of Men's Performance Hockey at Edinburgh University, and the head coach of the Scotland u21 Men and Assistant Head Coach to the Scotland Senior men, and the GB u21 and Elite Development Programmes.

Graham has an incredible knowledge of hockey both from a tactical and technical aspect, he is one of the most highly regarded young coaches in world hockey.

Scott Sutherland   Scott Sutherland has represented Scotland at all levels, and is a Senior international both Outdoor and Indoor. Scott is currently the Scotland u21 Drag-flicking and Penalty Corner Attack Coach. Scott leads our Drag Flick coaching.  Scott currently plays domestically for Grange Hockey Club, he is an attacking midfield player.  Scott's specialist skills are elimination skills and drag flicking.

Scott Sutherland

Scott Sutherland has represented Scotland at all levels, and is a Senior international both Outdoor and Indoor. Scott is currently the Scotland u21 Drag-flicking and Penalty Corner Attack Coach. Scott leads our Drag Flick coaching.

Scott currently plays domestically for Grange Hockey Club, he is an attacking midfield player.

Scott's specialist skills are elimination skills and drag flicking.

 
Chris Grassick   Chris Grassick is the current captain of the Scotland Men's team, Surbiton Hockey Club, and a Great Britain International. He is one of the most talented players in Europe.  Chris currently has over 100 Scotland caps and 27 GB caps, scoring 25 times. He captained Scotland at the Glasgow and Gold Coast Commonwealth games. He has played in European Championships at u18, u21 and senior level and competed in the World League for both Scotland and Great Britain.  Chris is an incredibly talented and powerful midfielder, he has incredible strength on the ball. Chris's specialist skills are eliminating players, retaining possesion under pressure and passing..

Chris Grassick

Chris Grassick is the current captain of the Scotland Men's team, Surbiton Hockey Club, and a Great Britain International. He is one of the most talented players in Europe.

Chris currently has over 100 Scotland caps and 27 GB caps, scoring 25 times. He captained Scotland at the Glasgow and Gold Coast Commonwealth games. He has played in European Championships at u18, u21 and senior level and competed in the World League for both Scotland and Great Britain.

Chris is an incredibly talented and powerful midfielder, he has incredible strength on the ball. Chris's specialist skills are eliminating players, retaining possesion under pressure and passing..

Alan Forsyth   Alan Forsyth is currently a Scotland and Great Britain International. Alan is a centre-forward, and is one of, if not the best goal-scorer in world hockey.  Alan has over 150 caps for Great Britain and Scotland scoring over 90 goals. He is quite simply a phenomenal goal machine.  Alan has played in numerous European Championships, world leagues, and 3 Commonwealth Games, making his major tournament debut in Delhi 2010 at the age of 18.  Domestically Alan play in the English Premier league, for current league champions Surbiton. Alan has won countless personal awards for his talents, having won both the English Premiership Player of the Year and the Premiership Top Goal scorer in 2015-2016, 2016-2018, and 2017-2018.  Alan is an incredible talent in world hockey, and is simply deadly in the circle. He has a plethora of talent in goal scoring, and there is no one better in world hockey to learn goal-scoring from.

Alan Forsyth

Alan Forsyth is currently a Scotland and Great Britain International. Alan is a centre-forward, and is one of, if not the best goal-scorer in world hockey.

Alan has over 150 caps for Great Britain and Scotland scoring over 90 goals. He is quite simply a phenomenal goal machine.

Alan has played in numerous European Championships, world leagues, and 3 Commonwealth Games, making his major tournament debut in Delhi 2010 at the age of 18.

Domestically Alan play in the English Premier league, for current league champions Surbiton. Alan has won countless personal awards for his talents, having won both the English Premiership Player of the Year and the Premiership Top Goal scorer in 2015-2016, 2016-2018, and 2017-2018.

Alan is an incredible talent in world hockey, and is simply deadly in the circle. He has a plethora of talent in goal scoring, and there is no one better in world hockey to learn goal-scoring from.

Cameron Golden   Cameron Golden is a current u21 and Senior Scotland International, having made his senior international debut at the age of 18 in a 5 nations tournament in January 2018. Cameron is also a member of the u21 Great Britain squad and the Great Britain Elite Development Squad. He is an attacking midfield player.  Cameron made his GB debut in the Sultan of Juhoor cup in 2017, scoring on his debut v USA. Cameron plays domestically for Grove Menzieshill in Scotland, and will play in the EHL in 2019.  Cameron cites Jamie Carnegie and Neil Allan as the best coaches he he has worked with.  Cameron has sensational elimination skills, and electric pace, he has a phenomenal reverse stick skill set.

Cameron Golden

Cameron Golden is a current u21 and Senior Scotland International, having made his senior international debut at the age of 18 in a 5 nations tournament in January 2018. Cameron is also a member of the u21 Great Britain squad and the Great Britain Elite Development Squad. He is an attacking midfield player.

Cameron made his GB debut in the Sultan of Juhoor cup in 2017, scoring on his debut v USA. Cameron plays domestically for Grove Menzieshill in Scotland, and will play in the EHL in 2019.

Cameron cites Jamie Carnegie and Neil Allan as the best coaches he he has worked with.

Cameron has sensational elimination skills, and electric pace, he has a phenomenal reverse stick skill set.