FORMER Kelburne star Emily Maguire scored the first international goal of her Great Britain career as the team signed off their Investec London Cup campaign with a win.
The Brits claimed fifth spot overall in the competition, thanks to a 3-0 victory over Ireland in their final competitive fixture before the Olympic Games.
Hannah Macleod scored twice in the first half before Maguire, who now plays for Reading, added a third from a penalty corner in the second half to complete the scoring.
However, despite finishing the tournament with a win, Great Britain head coach Danny Kerry was far from pleased with the performance.
He said: “To be frank, I’m disappointed. Our skill execution was poor and we really should have put them to the sword.
“Yes, we were missing a few influential players but it should have been a cricket score.
“We were sloppy in our execution at the end of the first half and it just wasn’t up to the required standard.”
Great Britain now has a recovery week before returning to training for the final run-in to the Olympics.
The squad’s training programme will continue until the 16 athletes selected for the Games enter the Olympic village in the third week of July.