Published: 00:00, 03 August 2014 |
Updated: 13:16, 03 August 2014
Kent's hockey players aimed to help England finish Glasgow 2014 on a high with victory in the bronze play-off against New Zealand on Sunday morning.
"After the semi-final we said no-one in the room had a Commonwealth bronze medal so we shouldn't demean the bronze medal game. I was actually wrong because Bobby Crutchley has got one and now we've got one to match.
"It's a big moment for me and the guys who are just starting. This sets you off on a path where you want to win more and go further. We've won a bronze now and we want to take a step forward.
"Hopefully this takes on us. We're going to enjoy this now but then we need to remember what got us there, we must go further. This is a very good group of players and since London we've improved at every tournament we've played. These guys just want to get better every day.
"This will keep me playing for a long time because I believe in this group and I think we can go and win things."
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