Jack Lacey-Hatton - Sports Journalist

- Web Writer at Chelsea FC.

- Previously Chief Women's Football Reporter for the Mirror and Reach PLC covering the Barclays WSL and the England women's national team.

- Previously Multimedia Sports Journalist @ Sportsbeat

- Previously News Reporter @ Lincolnshire Live/Echo 

- Former Sports Journalist trainee at News Associates - NCTJ multimedia journalism diploma holder at gold standard level

- NCTJ Shorthand exam successfully achieved at a speed of 100 words per minute

 - MA graduate (Merit level) in Journalism & Media at Newcastle University and a (BA) degree in History & Politics (2:1) at Northumbria University

- Bylines/previous work experience include, Daily Mirror, The I, FourFourTwo, The Independent, Chronicle Live/The Chronicle, Daily Star, Lincolnshire Live/Echo, Yorkshire Live, Nottinghamshire Live/Nottingham Post, Yahoo Sport, GrimsbyLive, Daily Mirror, Cambridge News, The FA WSL website, Rugby League World Cup 2021, Mancunian Matters, The Courier, and The Journal.

- I created and co-host 'The Goat Podcast' series with my colleague Tom Beattie looking at the greatest figures of all-time in every sport

- Also have previously hosted the 'Playing Out From The Bar' football podcast

Below are samples of work I have produced for various publications

For professional enquiries contact: jacklaceysport@gmail.com

England lose Women's World Cup Final as Spain ensure heartbreak for Lionesses

England missed out on a first Women's World Cup after Spain edged a tense final 1-0. Captain Olga Carmona's first half strike decided the contest at Sydney's Stadium Australia, as the Lionesses failed to repeat their Wembley Euros heroics 12 months on. Both sides were playing in their first World Cup final, but it was La Roja produced the more competent display and came up big in the crucial moments. The defeat is only the second England have suffered under Sarina Wiegman and their first in a

Women's World Cup Diary! | Behind the scenes at England's HOME AWAY FROM HOME in Australia

Jack Lacey-Hatton brings us the latest from the England camp at the Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. The Lionesses threw open the doors to their base in Terrigal just north of Sydney, where England will be based for the remainder of the tournament. Jack was given a behind-the-scenes look at where England are staying and came away mightily impressed by what the FA have achieved. Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/mirrorfootball?sub_confirmation=1 Follow Mirror Football on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MirrorFootball Follow Mirror Football on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mirrorfootball/ Follow Mirror Football on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mirrorfootball/?hl=en Read the latest on https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/ #football #soccer #sports #sport #fifawwc #womensworldcup #england #lionesses

Ruthless Chelsea's 4th straight WSL crown was unquestionably the toughest of all

Two weeks ago after Chelsea won the FA Cup Emma Hayes revealed her young son Harry, 5, was getting into the Beatles and had his favourite tune. "He likes 'Yellow Submarine'," she said after the win over Man Utd at Wembley. "But we love dancing around to 'Love Me Do'. But a fortnight later after a fourth straight WSL title was also in the bag, perhaps 'A Hard Day's Night' would have been more appropriate to play on the ride home from Reading?

Ice-cool Kingscote repays faith to claim Epsom Derby crown

Richard Kingscote piloted Desert Crown to a dominant Cazoo Derby win at Epsom in only his second attempt at Britain’s most richest and most prestigious race. The 5-2 favourite moved from potential, to bona fide superstar in only his third race, while a stunning run from 150-1 outsider Hoo Ya Mal saw him come home second. Westover also finished strongly inside the final furlong, but neither were in the league of Desert Crown, with Kingscote, 35, producing an astute ride when it was most needed.

UK Sport's Grainger vows Team GB will improve after disappointing performance in Beijing

Katherine Grainger insists the ‘huge disappointments’ of the Winter Olympic Games will form key catalysts for change as Team GB bosses plot a road to recovery ahead of Milan Cortina 2026. British athletes failed to win a medal until the penultimate day of Beijing 2022 as Bruce Mouat and Eve Muirhead’s curlers salvaged a misfiring campaign with silver and gold. UK Sport had set an ambitious target of three to seven medals at the Games after British athletes had bagged five in PyeongChang four y

England captain Harry Kane hits a first-half hat-trick as Three Lions smash Albania by 5-0 at Wembley in World Cup qualifier

England captain Harry Kane hits a first-half hat-trick as Three Lions smash Albania by 5-0 at Wembley England remain firmly on course to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, after thrashing Albania 5-0 at Wembley. A five-star first-half performance from the Three Lions, including a 27-minute perfect hat-trick from Harry Kane, blew the visitors away. Harry Maguire and the excellent Jordan Henderson also found the net as the hosts ran riot to stay top of Group I. Kane became the first pl

Grantham A&E closure case heard by High Court judge

A judicial review into the decision to close Grantham A&E unit has been heard at the High Court. The case before Mr Justice Linden was brought by campaigners fighting for United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust to reinstate a full accident and emergency facility for the town. Hospital campaigners SOS Grantham Hospital, headed up by Jayne Dawson, are challenging United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust's decision to turn Grantham Hospital's A&E into a Covid-free green site in June 2020....