Australian Brent Livermore, the second most capped Kookaburra of all time (289 international matches), is set to make his return to international hockey. He is named in Ric Charlesworth’s squad for the 2009 Summer Series against the
The Summer Series will be Charlesworth’s first series at the Kookaburras helm, and will be played in
After missing the Games, there was some speculation as to what the future held for
“It was my goal to continue on even if I didn’t make the
To have such a big tournament on home soil is very exciting so hopefully everything goes well throughout the year and I can have an impact at that tournament and beyond. ” said
Charlesworth said he shares
“Both Burcher and Carroll were part of the 2005 Junior World Cup squad and have shown good development ever since. They are strong defenders with good passing skills, but perhaps their best attribute is their flexibility to play in a variety of positions.” said Charlesworth. Goalkeepers Ross Meadows and George Bazeley also loom as noteworthy inclusions as they receive their chance to establish themselves in the squad.
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