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Seymour called up in England squad
31 May 2007 09:51
 

Canterbury’s Natalie Seymour has been called up to England’s Champions Challenge squad to replace Leicester’s Anne Panter.  Panter recently sustained a hamstring injury and will not recover in time for the tournament.

Seymour, aged 20, has one senior cap which she won when she was called up to replace Sally Walton last November against World Champions the Netherlands, a game which England lost 3-0.

Seymour, who lives in Maidstone is a Psychology student at the University of Kent.  She has just completed her third year with Canterbury HC having played previously for Maidstone HC.

Source: England Hockey


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