PAULINE STOTT – COACH
Pauline was honoured the MBE by the Queen in the 2016 Birthday Honours list. This is for Service to Hockey and Sport in Scotland.
Pauline’s hockey career started when she was 12 years old and progressing to play for Scotland at Under 16, Under 18, Under 21 and Scotland levels. Her first Scotland cap was given to Pauline at the age of just 19.
Pauline played for Scotland for 12 years, gaining 123 caps and proudly being Captain for 7 of those years. She has been all over the world from Australia, Asia, and Europe with the squads and performed as striker, midfield and defender along her fantastic hockey journey having competed in EVERY World hockey competition including European Cups, Commonwealth Games, World Cup and Olympics x 2.
Playing for Great Britain is the highlight of Pauline’s career with first caps coming in 1991 with a trip to New Zealand. She was selected as Vice Captain for the Atlanta 1996 Olympics and had the honour of being Captain at the Sydney 2000 Olympics.
Retiring in 2000 after the Olympics to spend time with her family Pauline ended up with 203 GB/Scotland caps in total.
Her coaching style is one which is open and honest as Pauline is keen to share her love of the game with passion through direct emphasis on correct technique to ensure that all the boys and girls have a solid foundation of skill to work on to reach their goals and dreams.
Currently working at Glenalmond College as their Director of Hockey and David also runs the sports camps during the annual holidays.
David previously worked for Scottish Hockey for over 9 years and has been coaching for over 20 years having had a successful playing career with Dundee Wanderers and Scotland. His coaching experience ranges from working with Senior women, Senior men, Junior women and Junior men, having been very fortunate to have coached at World Cups, European Championships and Commonwealth Games.
David’s style of coaching is emphasis on empowering the athletes to understand the game and challenge their personal development through motivated sessions and energy throughout.
He especially enjoys seeing the talent on show at the camps and taking them to a new personal level of achievement.
Graeme (Geeg) Stuart
Geeg as he is fondly named is a brilliant GK coach with masses of experience at every level of the game.
Currently working with the Scotland teams through from seniors to Under 16 Geeg has a wealth of experience and his love of the game is clear.
Louise (Squidge) Campbell
Louise or Squidge is from Perth and has played for Perthshire before moving to Edinburgh University to study PE.
She has recently returned from the European Under 21 tournament with Scotland where she was a key player in the squad. Fit, fast and with amazing skills she is a role model to any girls and boys out there who want to aspire to play for Scotland.
Nicki is a brilliant Goalkeeper who plays for Edinburgh University. EU won the women’s 1st Division in 2014 – 2015 season and this was due to Nicki’s GK skills.
She plays for Scotland and is a great person with lots of energy and advice to give to all you budding GK stars!
A brilliant hockey player now representing Scotland and Grove Menzieshill.
Gav is fast and dynamic in his play and a real pleasure to have working with the team!
An excellent coach, confident and so knowledgeable Gavin is a real character and excellent at giving feedback and help to players of all ages and abilities.
A superb player Bethan has all the up-to-date plays and skills to enthuse all age groups as she is so passionate about the game.
Playing top level hockey with Grove Menzieshill Men’s 1st XI Albert has great skills, patience and is so keen to share his top knowledge to all boys and girls.
Fantastic role model and great to have on the team for boys and girls of any ability.
Playing top level hockey with Grange Men’s 1st XI Dan has great skills, patience and is so keen to share his top knowledge to all boys and girls.
He is a fantastic role model and drag flicker and great to have on the team for boys and girls of any ability.