Rebecca Greiner (hockey) received a late call-up for her Commonwealth Games debut in Birmingham after Brooke Peris and Courtney Schonell withdrew due to injury.
Rebecca credits Craig Martin, her coach at the Bundaberg All Blacks Hockey Club, as paving the way for her career. She played in Australian schoolgirls and youth teams in South Africa, Europe and England and won bronze with the Jillaroos at the 2016 Junior World Cup in Chile. Outstanding performances in 2018 – she was equal top scorer in the Australian Hockey League (AHL) and was named Player of the Tournament at the under-21 Australian Championships – earned her debut against Argentina at the Champions Trophy as Hockeyroos cap number 500. She was left out of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic squad and was still coming out of a six-month hamstring rehabilitation when she earned a recall in 2022.
Rebecca was also part of the Brisbane Blaze squad that won the inaugural Hockey One competition in 2019.
She is studying psychological science at the University of Queensland.
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