Sarah Robertson began sporting success at an early age, playing football for Scotland at both under 15 and under 17 level. However, this is not something she is well known for now, as her sporting ability took her in a different direction entirely, playing hockey; a sport that is greatly supported at Selkirk High School.

Sarah’s road to success began during her years at the High School, playing for the school teams throughout her years of education. She showed great promise as hockey player and earned her place in the Scotland Hockey squad. She received her first cap aged just 18. Since then, she has taken part in numerous national and international competitions, including the prestigious Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in 2014.

Sarah Robertson first captained Scotland in a match against Ireland, a huge achievement at the age of just 21. She has since been chosen to play for the Great Britain team for multiple matches and the most recent; a test series in Australia. Despite her huge success, she still supports hockey in the small community of Selkirk, where on occasions, she helps to coach the mini hockey. All of this shows how high achieving Sarah truly is, and goes to show how far hard work and the right teaching goes.