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GreatBritainIceHockey
Association Ice Hockey UK
GM Flag of Great Britain Geoffrey Hemmerman
Head coach Flag of Great Britain Sean Alderson
Assistants Flag of Great Britain Timothy Healand
Captain Katherine Gale
IIHF code GBR
Team colours               
First international
Flag of Great Britain United Kingdom 3 – 1 Flag of France France
(Asiago, Italy; 29 November 2011)
Biggest win
Flag of Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 0 – 8 Flag of Great Britain United Kingdom
(Asiago, Italy; 30 November 2011)
Biggest defeat
Flag of Great Britain United Kingdom 1 – 8 Flag of Hungary Hungary
(Asiago, Italy; 2 December 2011)
International record (W-L-T)
4–6–0

The Great Britain women's national under-18 ice hockey team is the women's national under-18 ice hockey team of the United Kingdom. The team is controlled by Ice Hockey UK, a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation and currently play in Division I of the IIHF World Women's U18 Championships.

HistoryEdit

The Great Britain women's national under-18 ice hockey team played its first game in 2011 against France during the 2012 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship Division I Qualification being held in Asiago, Italy.[1] Great Britain won the game 3–1 and finished second in the tournament earning one of the two qualification spots in the 2012 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship Division I tournament along with Hungary who finished first in the qualification tournament.[1] During the qualification tournament Great Britain recorded their largest ever victory in international participation when they defeated Kazakhstan 8–0.[1] They also recorded their largest loss when they were defeated by Hungary 1–8. During December 2011 to January 2012 Great Britain competed in the 2012 Division I tournament being held in Tromsø, Norway.[2] They lost four of their five games during the tournament winning only against Slovakia 4–1.[2]

International competitionsEdit

Team rosterEdit

From the 2012 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship Division I[3][4]

# Name Pos Date of Birth Club
12 Louise Adams F 01995-11-24 Flag of Great Britain Guildford Lightning
6 Saffron Allen (A) F 01995-03-28 Flag of Great Britain Sheffield Shadows
4 Lorna Beresford F 01996-08-04 Flag of Great Britain Sutton Sting
14 Judith Browne F 01995-07-07 Flag of Great Britain Kingston Diamonds
15 Amy Campbell F 01994-05-03 Flag of Great Britain Whitley Bay Squaws
7 Jessica Curtis D 01996-01-19 Flag of Great Britain Bracknell Ice Bees
3 Helen Emerson D 01995-12-18 Flag of Great Britain Billingham Stars
2 Samantha Emerson D 01995-02-23 Flag of Great Britain Billingham Stars
25 Beatrice Fletcher G 01994-01-10 Flag of Great Britain Blackburn Thunder
17 Katherine Gale (C) F 01994-06-06 Flag of Great Britain Bracknell Queen Bees
24 Paige Henry F 01994-07-10 Flag of Great Britain Solihull Vixens
19 Lily Highgate F 01994-06-07 Flag of Great Britain Bracknell Queen Bees
9 Shannon Jones F 01997-04-21 Flag of Great Britain Kingston Diamonds
22 Kirsty Lake D 01994-04-25 Flag of Great Britain Bracknell Fire Bees
16 Louisa Lippiatt Durnell F 01995-03-09 Flag of Great Britain Guildford Lightning
10 Monica Petrosino F 01994-02-27 Flag of Great Britain Bracknell Queen Bees
1 Rachel Pullen G 01994-04-01 Flag of Great Britain Swindon Topcats
18 Emma Sanders D 01995-04-13 Flag of Great Britain Nottingham Vipers
23 Bethany Scoon (A) D 01995-04-05 Flag of Great Britain Kingston Diamonds
5 Ruth Wallace F 01994-07-19 Flag of Great Britain North Ayreshire Devils

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