Having played and coached in the Premier League for over 13 years, Huw is a highly experienced hockey coach. At the age of 15, Huw first played for Canterbury Hockey Club in the Premier League and continued to play for them for 11 consecutive years. During this time, he was awarded Young Player of the Year, represented Canterbury at the Premier League Finals day and played at Wembley Arena in the Super Sixes Indoor Hockey Finals. During his school and club career, Huw became National Champion on four occasions. Alongside these commitments, Huw also represented Wales from U16 to Senior International level where he played in the European Championships.
Coaching has always been his passion but once his playing career was over, Huw can now focus all his attention on coaching. Firstly assisting Kwan Browne at Canterbury Hockey Club for two years and then moving to fellow Premier League team Hampstead and Westminster HC where he is currently assistant coach. Huw has also been involved with the England Hockey Single System having been assistant coach to the Saxon Tigers in the 2016 Futures Cup. In 2017 he also became assistant coach to the Trinidad and Tobago national side. In 2019 he Huw coached Trinidad and Tobago at the Pan American games in Peru.
Huw started life at St Lawrence College as a Hockey Coach but has now taken over as Head of Hockey. Huw’s extensive experience at school, club and international level means he has plenty to offer the pupils and the school when it comes to hockey. Huw hopes to maintain and progress hockey at St Lawrence College and is looking forward to the challenges that lie ahead.