Condon latest Old Georgian signing

Old Georgians continue to add big names to their line-up with David Condon the latest to switch to the English champions.

The 32-year-old is the third addition to the Old Georgians line-up since they landed their third successive national title, following Ian Sloan and Phil Roper.

Condon moves from Wimbledon with whom he played with in the EHL in 2022 in the KO16 in Hamburg, a venue and competition he also competed in with East Grinstead in 2015.

Those summer moves add nearly 600 caps worth of international experience to their line-up as they look to build on EHL bronze at Easter.

Elsewhere, the coaching movements in England are in full flow. Mark Pearn stepped down as head coach of Surbiton after eight seasons, bringing four  national outdoor titles and the club’s first EHL medal, bronze in 2022.

He signed off with a run to the English national final where they came unstuck 3-1 at the hands of OGs.

Hampstead & Westminster have seen coach Andrew Wilson move back to Spain where he will take the reins at Club Egara while Kwan Browne switches from Southgate to Holcombe, taking on the coaching duties from Barry Middleton.