MRM Coaching consists of a team of competent, committed and experienced coaches.
Mark Moss (Mossy)
Mark has been coaching hockey for the past 18 years, the pinnacle of which was being the assistant coach to the Welsh Women's Team at the 2014 Commonwealth Games as well as the Head Coach for the England Men's Over 35's in 2019. He has been invovled at school, club and various representative junior levels and is a qualified Level 3 coach. He would freely admit that he is a hockey dork, proven by the names of his cats, "post-up and roll-out"!
In a playing capacity, Mark has played for Stourport HC for numerous seasons, both indoor and outdoor, including involvement in National League.
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Joey is the lead coach on the camps because of her fantastic coaching, energy and organisational skills. Joey has been a hockey coach for the last 12 years, at school, club and junior representative level. In this time Joey has achieved a Level 2 Coaching Qualification as well as a Masters in Sports Coaching and an Undergraduate Degree in Sport and P.E from the University of Birmingham. Joey's favourite area to coach would have to be goal scoring and all things shooting. She spent a season in New Zealand which may well have had an influence on this! She has recently been appointed Head Coach for the Ladies teams at Harborne HC.
Joey currently plays for the University of Birmingham Ladies 1st Team in the Naitonl Premier League and she is enjoying her 11th season at the club.
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Olympic and European Gold Medalist and World Young Player of the Year 2016!
Lily started playing hockey at the age of 13 and immediately loved it! At 17, she made the decision to play hockey, over athletics, a choice she has never regretted. Lily gained her first senior Enland cap at the age of 18, a 4-1 win Vs South Africa.
During her 2 years playing at Senior International level, Lily has coached a variety of hockey players, with differeing ages and abilities.
Marc started his playing career at Stourport HC where he played in the 1st XI from the age of 14 in the National League and also at a variety of junior competitions. He went on to play at Loughborough University for 3 years, the highlight of which being a Euro Hockey League quarter final. Once leaving University, Marc played at Cannock Hockey Club, twice in 5 years being named player of the season. As captain for 2 years he had the honour of lifting the National Hockey Association Cup.
Marc was selected as captain for England U16's and U18's. In addition to this he played England and Great Britain U21's winning a Junior Olympic Bronze medal in 2009 as well as playing a Junior World cup and 2 Junior European Championships.
In addition to his playing career, Marc is an experience level 2 coach and is employed as the Head of Hockey at Princethorpe College.
Russell is a current International Scottish Hockey Player who has performed at revcent European and World LEague Championships.
His hockey career began at Chester Hockey Club, where he then went on to captain the University of Chester 1st XI. In 2006 Russell mad ethe move to Brooklands Manchester University Hockey Club. He is currently involved with Cannock Hockey CLub Men's 1st XI and was awarded Player of the Year in the 2015-16 season.
Russell is the Head of Hockey at Foremarke Hall Repton Preparatory School, where he achieved National success with several teams. Prior to his coaching work at Foremarke Hall, Russell was involved with the England Hockey Single System in the North West district.
Damon has been coaching hockey now for 3 years at Malvern College, in that time he has achieved his level 1 in hockey coaching and level 2 in football coaching. Before his time at Malvern, Damon has been coaching for 6 years in a variety of different sports. He has also completed an Undergraduate Degree in Sports Coaching at Southampton Solent University. Damon’s philosophy around coaching is to have fun, learn and work hard.
Samak grew up in Eygpt and comes from a hockey family, first finding a hockey stick at the age of 5 and not having let go since. Both of Samak's brothers and himself represented Eygpt at International level! He is a Level 2 Hockey Coach and currently works at Malvern College as well as with Stouport HC. In his playing career Samak is currenlty representing the University of Birmingham in the EHL National Div 1 (North) and has played for 3 other National League teams in the UK. He also spent 3 years playing in the Dutch 1st Division. Samak's favourite area to coach is individual skills and he is well known for his incredible dribbling abilities and fast hands.