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2020 WA Masters Hockey Committee Annual Report Final

The following reports have been published on behalf of the WA Masters Hockey Committee:

World Cups in 2021 Cancelled

World Masters Hockey have just officially called off the 2021 World Cups. They will be proceeding with 2022 if all goes to plan.

Hockey Australia Masters Committee (HAMC) acknowledge and accept WMH’s final decision to cancel the World Cup events to be held in 2021. HAMC will convene a meeting this Thursday afternoon via teleconference to work through what is needed for the best outcomes for everyone involved now that the future of World Cup 2020 is clear. Decisions made at the meeting on Thursday will be conveyed to players and officials as soon as possible outlining the next steps required.

Hockey Australia Masters full article available here

2021 WA MASTERS HOCKEY - COMMITTEE CHANGES

Last Wednesday was the Annual Meeting for WAMH, well attended by the Committee, Club Delegates and others interested in Masters Hockey.  Scott Macdonald’s Annual Reported has already been Media posted, along with the Masters’ Financial Report.

The main business of the evening was the Delegates voting to fill the five Committee vacancies for which there were seven Nominations.

Re-elected were Peter Andrews, Jill van Duuren and Suzi Wood.  Newcomers to the Committee are Damien Pougnault (from Westside Wolves) and Mark Watton (from Melville City).  Congratulations.  The rest of the 10 person Committee are Sinead French-Bluhm, Stacey Hamilton, Scott Macdonald, Naomi Noble and Jean-Marie Rudd.  Those not elected are Marian Rae and Cameron Robinson.

2020 WA Masters - Notice Annual General Meeting and Agenda