Ed first represented Britain as a junior at the age of 15 when he played above his age group with the U18 squad.
He went on to compete as part of the junior team competing in the European Championships. He was then part of the England team at the 2006 Commonwealth Tournament in Perth and played in the Hungarian first division.
He was voted Most Valuable Goalkeeper at the LEN European B Nations Trophy in 2007 and helped the team achieve a best ever fourth place at last year’s competition.
Date Of Birth: 28/05/1988
Team/Club: City of Manchester
Coach: Tim Dunsbee/Jerome Read/Christian Lordache
Getting to know...
Greatest achievement to date: During the Junior European Championships in Oradea, Romania. I had a good tournament and kept us in a few games.
Aspiration: To become as good as I can be and play in the Olympics.
Who has been greatest influence on you: My parents, Theo Noussis, Mike Yates, Simon Jones.
Tip for the top: Train with players much better than you and you will become a much better player yourself.
Life after water polo: Completing my degree!
Favourite music: A bit of everything.
|LEN European B Championships||2009||4th|
|Mithat Hantel Memorial Water Polo Tournament||2009||Gold|
|LEN European A Qualifiers||2008||4th|
|World University Game||2007||12th|
|LEN European B Nations Trophy||2007||6th||Most Valuable Goalkeeper|
|British Championships||2009||City of Manchester||4th|