Your club leader was born in Sheffield way back in 1952.
She gained her education at Knaresborough Grammar School and excelled at sport as you can imagine. Tennis and Hockey becoming her favourite past times.
Carol went on to Liverpool University and gained a teachers degree in sports coaching.
Carol played hockey for all her school sides as well as Harrogate ladies for 18 years and won honours playing for the county of Yorkshire.
Her first teaching post was at Queen Anne Grammar school in York that she held for 7 years before moving to Harrogate Grammar school for 6 years.
She emigrated to South Africa in 1987 with two small children and was awarded one of the first "playball" franchises that she successfully ran for 10 years.
She was encouraged to re-join the teaching profession and joined the sports department at St Andrews, then moved to Holy Rosary followed with a sports position at Roedean School before finally retiring in 2015.
Carols' passion has been, and still is hockey, when she is on the field with your little ones she thinks she is their age.
Sean is a Natal boy at heart and started his school life at Clifton Nottingham Road Junior School and matriculated from Michaelhouse in 2012.
He represented both Kwazulu Natal Inland and Southern Gauteng Hockey from U13 level and currently plays premier league hockey for the Wits club as well as the Varsity side.
Sean is 21 years old, a handsome single guy, and is a current Law student at Wits.
He has a FIH level 1 coaching qualification and is personally in charge of the school 1st XI and the U12A team at Roedean.
Sean states “As a person I have far too much energy and find coaching the ultimate release and A LOT of fun. Working with Epic Stars has given me the opportunity to work with girls whose enthusiasm and energy matches mine and ultimately allow for a truly rewarding experience”.
Due to his dedication to Epic Hockey Stars he has been given the position of Head coach. He will select and allocate the coaches for the various age groups and will play a major role in the development of the yoiungsters.