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London Raiders coach lands new Great Britain role

PUBLISHED: 14:44 11 July 2017

New London Raiders coach Sean Easton talks to the referee while running the Chelmsford bench last season (pic John Scott)

New London Raiders coach Sean Easton talks to the referee while running the Chelmsford bench last season (pic John Scott)

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London Raiders newly-appointed coach Sean Easton has been named Great Britain under-18s assistant coach.

Easton, who used to be the head coach of Chelmsford Ice Hockey Academy and Chieftains, has stepped up from his position as assistant coach of Great Britain under-16s.

The 31-year-old former Chelmsford Cheiftains and Streatham Redskins defenceman is looking forward to his new role.

“It’s an honour to represent Great Britain once again,” he told Ice Hockey UK.

“The last two years with the under-16s have been fantastic and I’m lucky enough to move up with them.

“This year’s under-18s are highly talented group and it will be great to see them all competing at trials.

“I want to be able to grow with GB and move up the ranks, so I will continue to better myself and help progress the GB programme.”


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