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Name  Phillip Burrows

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Born  25 April 1980 (age 35) (1980-04-25)

Phillip Ross Burrows MNZM (born 25 April 1980 in Wellington) is a field hockey player from New Zealand, who earned his first cap for the national team, nicknamed The Black Sticks, in January 2000. The striker is New Zealand's top field goal scorer and was named 2003 New Zealand Player of the Year.

Since his debut, he has competed in over 120 international games for his country and appeared in three Summer Olympics: in 2004 in Athens, in 2008 in Beijing and in 2012 in London.

He has played club hockey in The Netherlands since 2004, initially for Breda and since the summer of 2005, for HC Rotterdam.

International senior tournaments

  • 2000 – Sultan Azlan Shah Cup
  • 2000 – Olympic Qualifying Tournament
  • 2001 – World Cup Qualifier
  • 2002 – World Cup
  • 2002 – Commonwealth Games
  • 2003 – Sultan Azlan Shah Cup
  • 2003 – Champions Challenge
  • 2004 – Olympic Qualifying Tournament
  • 2004 – Olympic Games
  • 2004 – Champions Trophy
  • 2005 – Sultan Azlan Shah Cup
  • 2006 – Commonwealth Games
  • 2006 – World Cup Qualifier
  • 2006 – World Cup
  • 2007 – Champions Challenge
  • 2008 – Olympic Games
  • 2010 − Commonwealth Games
  • 2012 – Olympic Games
  • References

    Phillip Burrows Wikipedia