ADAM Harris is determined to make more international memories after helping Great Britain win bronze at the European Championships in Croatia, writes Jack Johnson.

The 26-year-old forward, from Weston-on-the-Green, played in all seven matches as GB beat Denmark 6-5 in the third-place play-off in Opatija.

Harris, who made the squad for the first time after impressing with Oxford Blues in BIHSA Division 1 South East, enjoyed the experience.

And he would love to make more of an impact if selected again.

“I think I did OK, considering it was my first international tournament,” he said.

“But I have to admit if I went again I could show I can do better.

“The adrenaline was getting to me.

“It is the biggest tournament, the peak of the sport and maybe next time I will get more points, I just got one assist.”

On the first day, Britain drew 3-3 with the Netherlands, before beating Germany 7-3 and Ukraine 5-3 to top Group A.

Moving on to the next stage, which also involved groups, a 3-3 draw with Switzerland and 7-4 win over Denmark saw them advance to the semi-final.

But after their last four clash with Germany ended 3-3 after over-time, GB were knocked out 6-5 after penalties to the eventual winners.

Although they went on to beat Denmark to capture the bronze medal, Harris admitted the team left Croatia a little disappointed.

He said: “It happens and at least we know where to build on from there.

“Gold was our aim all along with the team we had put together.

“We still went undefeated in regulation time.”