FIELD and ice hockey star Emily Harris is set to represent her country in both sports this season.

The 15-year-old from Odiham has just been selected for England's under-16 field hockey squad and already is part of Great Britain's under-18 ice hockey team.

The teenager has played field hockey for Hampshire for the past three seasons and last month's England selection at the Futures Cup under-15 tournament and finished as the leading goal scorer hitting the net for five goals.

Hot-shot Harris was part of the Wessex Leopards team and slammed in five goals, as they beat the Celtic Jaguars 12-0 in their opening group game.

The Leopards were then beaten by the Pennie Pumas to finish second in Pool B In the bronze medal game honours were even with the Saxon Tigers at 1-1, so the match was decided by a penalty shoot-out with Harris on target as her side won 3-1.

These performance proved enough to see Harris selected to play for England and she now really excited to make her national debut and follow in the footsteps of another Odiham hockey player current England senior captain Alex Danson.

She played for Trojans Hockey club last season, but has now moved to Reading Hockey Club where she hopes to make an impact over the coming years.

Meanwhile on the ice hot shot Harris, will be playing for three teams in Bracknell.

The under-16 side the Ice Bees, Woman’s Premier league outfit, the Firebees and Elite League side the Queen Bees.

She helped the Ice Bees win the nationals scoring one of the goals, in their 2-1 victory against Sheffield Shadows.

Harris was voted best forward in the end of season awards for the Ice Bees.

The teenager also played four league matches for the Queen Bees after she turned 15 and was able to play for them. They won the Elite League the top tier of the Women’s game in Britain and she scored in every match.

Last season, Harris was also top scorer for the Basingstoke Bison under-15 team.