|Date of Birth||24/10/90|
|Date of Birth||24/10/90|
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Yet to make an appearance for England at senior level, Craddock is the youngest member of the Great Britain squad, and one of the youngest players ever to play for GB. The Wolverhampton born forward also managed to score on her Great Britain debut in the 3 – 0 win over Argentina in November 2007. Earlier in 2007, Craddock was a member of the Gold Medal winning British squad at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival, scoring in the final as Great Britain overcame the hosts 4 – 2. The Cannock forward took up hockey after seeing her Dad play, and lists Kate Walsh as her Hero/Idol. Position: Forward Country: England Goals: GB – 3 Date of Birth 24 October 1990 Place of Birth Wolverhampton, West Midlands Current Club Cannock Former Clubs - Current Caps England - 0, GB - 10 Shirt No 7 Education Details Repton School Occupation Student Why Hockey? Charlotte's dad played and she thought it looked like fun! Senior International Debut (GB) v Argentina, November 2007 Hobbies Spending time with friends Nickname Crads, Cradders Favourite Other Hockey Player Hayley Brown Biggest Influence on Playing Career Her parents Hero / Idol Kate Walsh Major Injuries In June 2006 Charlotte sustained a fracture dislocation of the right ankle (Weber C fracture) and was out of hockey for five-six months. Then, in January 2008 she suffered a Bilateral Pars stress fracture of L5 and was out of hockey for three months. Superstitions Charlotte always listens to 'World's Greatest' and 'Im'ma Shine' before playing a match. Favourite Book Harry Potter Favourite Film The Notebook Favourite Food Roast Dinner Ambitions - Both During & After Playing Career To be the best that she can be and to never give up on anything worth fighting for. Most Memorable Achievement Scoring on her international debut against Argentina. Sporting Motto Anyone can give up, it’s the easiest thing in the world to do, but to hold it together when everyone else would understand if you fell apart, that’s true strength.