Hannah Macleod was presented with a bouquet of flowers to celebrate her 100th international appearance.
The Boston-born hockey star reached her milestone competing for England in a four-nations tournament in Bremen on Thursday.
And it was England assistant coach Karen Brown who had the honour of handing the flowers to Macleod to help her mark reaching treble figures.
Macleod, a forward who plays her club hockey for Leicester, reached her 100th appearance after turning out for both England and Great Britain.
She was part of the GB team which claimed bronze at London 2012.
The four-nations tournament is part of the preparations for the Hockey World Cup, which will begin in the Netherlands at the end of the month.
However, England began their competition with a 4-2 defeat to Australia.
This was followed by a 3-1 defeat to hosts Germany.
However, the England ladies finished their round-robin tournament with a victory, beating Japan 2-0.