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Announcing the 2019 WA Masters State Off Field Team (OFT) Appointments

The WA Masters Hockey Committee and Hockey WA would like to thank everyone who nominated and congratulate those who have been appointed.  We wish you every success for the 2019 Women's and Men's Championships.

 

Women

 

O35 Coach Alison Rieck 

O35 Manager TBA 

 

O40 Coach Temeka Curley  

O40 Coach Lisa Melvin 

 

O45 Coach Fay Nash 

O45 Manager Sinead French-Bluhm 

 

O50 Coach TBA

O50 Manager Patricia Scott 

 

O55 Coach Joanne Sgro 

O55 Manager Jude Ottaway

 

O60 Coach Vicki Silich

O60 Manager Deb Whiting 

 

O65 Coach Bev Ewen 

O65 Manager Wendy Stone

 

Men

 

O40 Coach TBA

O40 Manager TBA

 

     O45 Coach Alan Colthard

O45 Manager Tanya Sly

 

O50 Coach Paul Armitage

O50 Manager Paula Dick 

 

O55 Coach Brian Saxby

O55 Manager Craig Burgess

 

O60 Coach Rob Lawson

O60 Manager Astrid Miller

 

O65 Coach Ian Pestana 

O65 Manager TBA

 

O70 Coach Jim Banks 

O70 Manager Bill Campbell 

 

O75 Coach Don Smart 

O75 Manager Brian Soares 

 

O55 Division 2 Coach TBA

O55 Division 2 Manager Naomi Noble

 

Geoff Robinson as a Selector

WA Women's Team Awards 2018

 

 

The WA Masters Hockey Committee is pleased to announce the recipients of the team contribution awards at the 2018 Women’s Masters Championship held in Bunbury/Busselton:

 

Over 35s: Lauren Armitage

Over 40s: Jodi Nield

Over 45s: Tania Iseppi

Over 50s: Ellie Munt

Over 55s: Judy Ritz

Over 60s: Janese McDougall

Over 65s: Dale Keiley and Sue Nettleton

 

Congratulations!

 

2019 Masters Age Rule Changes

 

 

 

For the 2019 season modifications have been made to the age eligibility rules for ALL Masters Hockey grades.  Please see the update below.  A review of these modifications will be undertaken by the WA Masters Hockey Committee at the conclusion of the 2019 season. 

Please note that the Masters Rules are under review along with other Hockey WA Leagues in light of the recently distributed updates from FIH and Hockey Australia.  Any further modifications to the Masters Rules will be published at the same time as those for other Hockey WA Leagues.

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Nominations for 2019 WA State Masters Teams are now open

 

Please click the link below to go to the nomination website for ALL details and to nominate.

2019 WA State Masters Team Nominations

 

 

 

Awards - Outstanding Contribution to Western Australia Women’s Masters Hockey

 

 

Photo of the 2018 Recipients of the 2018 Outstanding Contribution to WA Women's Masters Hockey from left to right

 

Gail Anderson, Susan Gallinagh, Linda Hunter (AMH Rep) Jannese McDougall, Allison Rieck, Dale Keiley, Jill van Duuren, Gail Lomas (AMH Rep), Absent Vicki Silich and Avis Holtham

 

Awards for Outstanding Contribution to Western Australia Women’s Masters Hockey are announced at the Women's National Championships each year. We are pleased to publish the recipients of the award this year and to include the list of all previous recipients of this prestigious award.  Congratulations to all recipients past and present.   

 

History of Recipients 

 

2018

Gail Anderson

Susan Gallinagh

Avis Holtham

Dale Keiley

Janese McDougall

Allison Rieck

Vicki Silich

Jill Van Duuren

 

2017

No WA awards given

 

2016 

Rae Blunt - posthumous

Lorna Woodley

Maris Margetts

Patricia Halden

 

2015

Dorothy Glass

 

Pat Ellis - Australian Award in recognition for Outstanding Contribution to Hockey

 

2014

Coleen Dayman

Carol Samsa

 

2013

Laraine Waldron

 

2012

Beverly Sharpe

Theresa Nicholson

Catherine McFarlane

Kerry Foote

 

2011

Pat Scott

Pat Ellis

 

2010- First introduced

Shirley Leece

Lorraine (Laurie) Packham