ODIHAM teenage ice hockey star Emily Harris helped Great Britain Under-18 Women's win the 4Nations tournament in Dumfries following a 4-2 victory over Poland on the final day.

GB came from 2-0 down to clinch success and add to their victories over Spain and Iceland earlier in the tournament.

There were no goals in the opening session, but Lucy Beal and Harris short-handed had chances for GB inside the opening 10 minutes.

The game burst into life in the second period with five goals.

Poland scored twice in the space of eight seconds as Iga Schramm tapped in at far post before a clearance deflected off Karolina Baran at 23:24.

GB roared back into the game as Sophie Campbell netted on the powerplay four minutes later.

Britain were ahead by the end of the period as Grace Garbett fed Harris who fired in her fifth goal of the tournament from the left circle, while a turnover at the Poland blue line led to Chamonix Jackson forcing the puck home.

Kaitlyn Morrison scored GB's fourth on a four-on-three powerplay from close range to ensure a perfect record for GB at the 4Nations.

Head coach, Cheryl Smith, said: "Myself and the coaching staff are thrilled at what we have seen over the weekend.

"We have a tough World Championship in January but we can look forward to it with confidence."