Glenn first represented England at the age of 19 in an Under 21s game against Scotland, then at 21 Glenn gained the opportunity to trial for the full senior squad where he went on to play in the 2008 European Championships where England won Gold. Glenn then won his second gold medal with team England at the 2012 European Championships in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Glenn played in his first World Championships in Denver, Colorado and then in 2016, won his third European Championships gold in Budapest, Hungary.
– GOLD – 2008 European Championships (Lahti, Finland)
– GOLD – 2012 European Championships (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
– 2014 World Championships (Denver, USA)
– GOLD – 2016 European Championships (Budapest, Hungary)
Club/School/College/County (Territorial) Experience
Glenn has played at Rochdale from the age of 9 and stepped in to the 1st team at the age of 16. From there Glenn has represented his county numerous times, particularly in the British Nationals where he won MVP award in 2010. In 2012 Glenn made the move to Cheadle lacrosse club in order to further his development by playing in the North of England Premiership. Glenn is once again playing at his home club Rochdale this season.
Glenn would like to thank his wife Alex and his Club Rochdale for their continued support through his England career. He would also like to Thank SGG Environmental Services Ltd for their kind donation to help support him through the 2016 European Championships.