Our Club Development Officers are on hand
to help your club reach its full potential.

Contact them today to find out how they can support you.

Hannah-Bevan

Hannah Bevan

Club Development Officer

Hannah is a self confessed hockey addict; from her work to playing it regularly. As a keen hockey player who has always been connected to the hockey family, this is the main reason why she has so much passion for her role.

The main focus of Hannah’s role is to support and develop clubs to ensure sustainability and opening opportunities for them based on their priorities. In order to fulfil the role, Hannah will engage with external contributors to clubs including delivery partners and educational institutions as well as supporting the regional workforce: coaches, umpires, Young Ambassadors and volunteers.

When Hannah has some spare time away from hockey you’ll find her spending time with her family,
walking the dogs, exploring new places and looking for new experiences and opportunities.

Amanda-Roberts

Amanda Roberts

Club Development Officer - South West Wales

A retired hockey player but still very much an avid lover of all sport. Amanda has been working in Sports Development for over 15 years and started working for Hockey Wales in 2002, left the organisation for a while, and came back to Hockey in 2012. Amanda has an amazing little family with a few Welsh Caps between herself and her ex-professional rugby player partner. She has more though!

Elliot Pottinger

Club Development Officer - Mid Wales

A hockey player himself, since age 10, Elliot brings with him a wealth of knowledge; holding both an undergraduate degree in BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science and a postgraduate degree in MSc Sport Management. Elliot describes both as integral to his understanding around how to increase participation in sport; ultimately using it to change people’s live.

Tom-Little

Tom Little

Club Development Officer - North Wales

Based in our North Wales office, Tom is responsible for the development of hockey in North Wales and is keen to work with anybody who has an interest in the sport to help it develop and grow throughout the region. Tom’s previous role was at the University of Chester where he was a big advocate for team and recreational sport, before joining Hockey Wales and being a part of exciting projects such as the North Wales Men’s Summer 7s and the Eirias Park Hockey Hub.