Hampstead & Westminster

About Hampstead & Westminster

Hampstead & Westminster are back for a third EHL campaign having been the breakthrough act in the 2019/20 event in Barcelona, beating HGC 2-1 before pushing Mannheimer HC all the way in the KO8.

And they will meet Mannheim for a third time having met the German side in the Ranking Cup last October, narrowly missing out in a shoot-out before recovering to beat Three Rock Rovers.

A pair of their Olympians are now in Europe with Jacob Draper (Royal Beerschot) and Harry Martin (Rotterdam) crossing the channel for the new campaign.

They do still have plenty of Olympic talent in the line-up with Will Calnan and Rupert Shipperley powering things while South African Matt Guise-Brown brings a vicious penalty corner to the table. Kwan Browne brings his guile and know-how to shape the team.

EHL History
2019/20 – KO8 (incomplete season)
2020/21 – 13th place

The team


Reynolds-Cotterill, Tobias; Kelly, Stephen; Gooch Jonny; Gandhi, Mohan;
Oates, James; Edwards, Marc; Roche, Toby; Cargo, Christopher; Shipperley, Rupert; Melkert, Paul; French, Samuel; Guise-Brown, Matt; Jones, Hywel; Sharp, Joseph; Browne, Kwan; Kelly, Josh; Calnan, Will;
Furlong, Rhodri; Ogunlana, Lekan; Kyriakides, Daniel; Ramshaw, Matthew; Sutcliffe, James; Kaeppeler, Kei; Marcano, Teague; Makin, Peter; Sweeting, George; Hillyer, Joseph; Roblin, Dewi; Keaveney, Joshua; Hudson, Aaron; Pawar, Vijay; Buddle, Sebastian; Seebold, William; Brownill, Joe; Seebold, Tom; Harrison, James; Watson, Richard; Ziff, Sam; Brouhgham, Crhistopher; Englefield, Sami.


Team Manager: Packer Will
Head Coach: Browne Kwan / Wilson Andrew Ass. Coach: Stevens Huw
Physiotherapist: Hart Sarah
Video Technician: Cureton, Hannah