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6 July 1991
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David Condon was destined for stardom when he made his international debut aged just 18 at the 2009 Champions Trophy in Melbourne.
Due to a combination of injuries and bad luck he would have to wait another three years for his next international appearance, which also came in the host city of the 2006 Commonwealth Games.
So it is perhaps fitting that Condon has emerged as something of a Commonwealth Games specialist, having been part of the squad which won Team England’s first medal for 16 years in 2014, before playing a leading role in the team which followed that up with another third-place finish in 2018.
The midfielder also represented Team GB at the 2016 Rio Olympics and has amassed nearly 200 combined caps.