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Amelia Gibson retires from international hockey

Amelia Gibson retires from international hockey

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<p>Auckland goalkeeper Amelia Gibson has announced her retirement from international hockey</p>
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Auckland goalkeeper Amelia Gibson has announced her retirement from international hockey.<br>
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The 25-year-old played 63 tests during her career after making her debut for the Vantage Black Sticks in 2010.<br>
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“It is with sadness that I announce my retirement from international hockey. It’s been a roller coaster ride with plenty of highs and lows from start to finish,” she said.<br>
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“I am extremely proud and honoured to have represented the Black Sticks and that is I will cherish forever. I’m grateful to be able to finish on my own terms and look forward to what the future holds beyond hockey.”<br>
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Gibson’s place in the National Squad will remain vacant until later in the year.&nbsp;<br>
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