Megan Frazer has set her sight on the 2020 Olympics following Ireland’s historic performance at the Hockey Womens World Cup in 2018 in London.
Megan Frazer says the World Cup was a good result but there’s a lot more coming for the team.
“We’ve taken the things we’ve learned from the World Cup and we’re going to apply that to our next qualification process.” the Londonderry woman told an Irish website in an interview.
Frazer is also working her way back to full fitness although she’s not quite there yet. Since October 2016, she has played a part in just six competitive fixtures and undergone through three rounds of surgery to correct a knee ligament injury.
She was also ruled out of the Hockey World Cup final against the Netherlands because of a hamstring injury.
Ireland will compete at the European Championships in Belgium in August where just one spot at Tokyo 2020 will be on offer.
Ireland will also host a finals round of the Hockey Series in June with two teams advancing to the final Olympic play-off series.