SOUTHAMPTON star Maddie Hinch added to her collection of Olympic medals with a bronze at Tokyo 2020.

Goalkeeper Hinch was the star five years ago as Great Britain defeated the Netherlands in a dramatic penalty shoot-out to win gold in Rio.

And while they were well beaten by the same opponents in this year's semi-finals, they lifted themselves again to win the bronze medal match, beating India 4-3 in a thrilling contest.

It is the third Games in succession the women's hockey team have won a medal, having also claimed bronze at London 2012.

GB had to dig deep, though, leading 2-0, then falling behind before winning it in the final quarter with Grace Balsdon’s penalty corner clincher.

Ellie Rayer opened the scoring, then Sarah Robertson made it 2-0, only for India to score three times in four minutes during a frantic second quarter, with Gurjit Kaur scoring twice and Vandana Katariya also netting.

Captain Hollie Pearne-Webb equalised in the third quarter, before Hinch made a fine save to deny India from a penalty corner.

From there, Britain showed composure to go back in front through Balsdon and close out a fine victory that sparked scenes of wild celebration.