The British Softball Federation and U-15 Head Coach Jodie Rushin today announced the roster and coaching staff for the Great Britain Softball U-15 Women’s Fastpitch Team. The team will play in Prague, Czechia at the U-15 European Championships from 1-6 July.

Athletes were selected in accordance with the 2024 British Softball Federation Women’s Performance Programme Selection Policy and Criteria. The 14 members of the roster, along with the two reserves, are as follows:

Lily Daniels
Kora Douglass
Megan Rollins
Grace Gaines
Anna Marie Kingston
Becky Davies
Georgia Storms
Camryn Hogg
Madi Bell
Rebecca Longman
Mackenzie Hawkins
Erin Hart
Julie Hasmandova
Clara Fontana


Lily-Rose Bateman
Billie Ciuffini

In addition, British Softball Hall of Famer and Great Britain Softball catcher Amy Moore and former Arizona State infielder Christina Zambrana have joined the Great Britain U-15 Coaching Staff for the 2024 competition season.

Moore joins the Great Britain U-15 coaching staff for the first time and currently works with Jen Schro Catching, one of the USA’s most prominent softball academies.

Moore originally retired from play in 2019 following the European Olympic Qualifier against Italy but returned to the Great Britain programme in 2022 for the European Championships, helping GBR claim the programme’s second-ever silver medal in European play. Moore also started every game of the 2023 Softball World Cup Pool A in Balbriggan, Ireland last July, catching Georgina Corrick’s perfect game against Ireland. On the field, Moore is just three games away from 100 caps for Great Britain, with the Senior team set to play in the European Softball Championships from 1-8 September in Utrecht, The Netherlands. Moore made her debut for Great Britain in 2012 at the Canada Cup in Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada, and played collegiate softball at University of the Pacific.

“It’s a really exciting time to be a part of GB softball,” said Moore. “GA [Head of Performance Gary Anderson] has done an absolutely amazing job putting the right people in place to get GB to the next level. Coach T [Tara Henry] and her staff have elevated this program to the next level on and off the field. Being the most senior member of our women’s team and also a coach for our younger levels puts a different perspective on playing. It’s now my goal to leave GB better than when I joined by teaching and mentioning the younger athletes. They are the future of GB softball!”

Zambrana, meanwhile, joins the Great Britain programme for the first time, bringing extensive experience at the high school level along with experience playing NCAA Division 1 softball. Zambrana starred for the Arizona Sun Devils from 2008-12, winning the Women’s College World Series in 2011.

The full coaching staff for the U-15 European Championship is as follows:

Head Coach – Jodie Rushin
Assistant Coach – Amy Moore
Assistant Coach - Colin Barrett
Team Operations Manager – Christina Zambrana
Team Therapist - Natasha Furnell

"As head coach, the selection of our U15 GB team to partake in the European Championships in Prague fills me with an overwhelming sense of excitement,” said U-15 Head Coach Jodie Rushin. “Each player has shown a great deal of dedication, talent, and hard work, and this opportunity not only reflects their individual abilities but also highlights the collective strength of our team. I’m looking forward to seeing the team on the field at the European Championships in Czechia!"

The Great Britain U-15s will play in Prague, Czechia at the U-15 European Championship from 1-6 July, with GBR playing in Group B and kicking off the tournament against Israel at 8 AM BST on the 1st of July. The squad will announce the full roster closer to the tournament.  

Follow the Great Britain U-15 Women’s Team on social media at and @gbr1315_softball on Instagram, and on the British Softball Federation website,