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Men's HA Masters Championships - Change of Dates

Hockey Australia Masters has confirmed changes to the dates of the Men's National Championships in Hobart in July 2024.

2024 Hockey Australia Men’s Masters Championships dates and venue have been reviewed and confirmed dates for Hobart, Tasmania in July will be as follows: 

Venue:  Tasmanian Hockey Centre, Hobart

Dates:   Friday 12 July until Saturday 27 July 2024 

Competitions will be conducted in two Tournaments to ensure shorter commitment dates for the 34-50 Men.

  • Tournament 2 34+ to 50+ Men:  Friday 12 July – Saturday 20 July 2024
  • Tournament 3 55+ to 65+ Men:  Tuesday 16 July* – Saturday 27 July 2024  (*There will be a staggered start to Tournament 3.  Teams will commence between 16 and 19 July).

                                  70/75+**   Men:   Sunday 14 July – Saturday 27 July 2024   **MA Men’s Masters Delegates have advised that no 80+ Men’s competition will go ahead in 2024.

 The HA Women’s Masters Championships, Tournament 1, remains Friday 28 June – Saturday 6 July 2024 in Sydney, NSW.

WA Women's Service Awards 2023

During this year’s Masters Nationals in Perth, at the WA Women’s State Dinner on Monday 25 September, the following worthy people have been the recipients of this years the WA Women’s Masters Service Awards. The awards were kindly presented to the recipients by Laurie Packham:

Sandra Treloar

Sandra is a very well respected and dedicated representative nominated to receive the Award in recognition of Outstanding Contribution to Women’s Master’s hockey in Western Australia for 2023.

She has made significant contribution and addresses the criteria for master’s hockey within Western Australia as a player, administrator, leadership, coach, selector, umpire for 10+ years, (not necessarily consecutive years) at a State level, and at her Club and Association Metro and Country levels - Central Midlands Eastern Districts 1970-76, Roe District Association - Kulin Club 1976-1989, South Perth 1990-1993 and Peel Association 1993-2005 and at National Championships as a player, leadership, coach, umpire and selector.

WA National master’s hockey involvement:

Sandra has been involved in master’s hockey representing Western Australia for 10+ years from 1994 till 2023 as a player, coach, player/coach, leadership, umpire, and selector.

She began her involvement with WA master’s Hockey being selected in 1994 in the Over 45 team.

She has played in master’s hockey representing Western Australia for 12 years.


Sandra was a player WA National master’s hockey for 5 years:

1994 - 45+; 1995 - 45+; 1997 - 50+; 1998 - 50+ and 1999 – 50+


Sandra was an umpire WA National master’s hockey for 2 years - (as well as being a player):

2000 – 35+ and 1999 – 50+


Sandra was a coach WA National master’s hockey for 7 years: (4 years as a Player/Coach)

2000 - 35+; 2001 - 50+ (Ansett collapse – WA not able to attend, but trained the team up until we were not able to attend); 2002 - 50+; 2003 - 50+; 2004 - 55+; 2005 - 55+: and 2006 - 55+


Sandra has been a WA master’s selector for 5 years: -

2014, 2015, 2016, 2018 and she came back into selecting in 2023, to help select the Over 45s teams.


Club Hockey and Country Week – Metro and Country Associations:

Sandra has been actively involved with playing, administrator, leadership, umpiring, coaching and selector for 45 years.

At Central Midlands 1962-1969; Eastern Districts 1970-1976; Roe Districts 1976-1989; South Perth (Now WASP) 1990-1993 and Peel Association 1993-2005.

Coach – Kulin hockey club - Roe Districts

Coach – Halls Head – Peel Association

Coach – Peel Association Country week teams – winning A Grade for the first time.

Coach – Roe District country week teams – many successes.


Club Official:

President - Roe District Association.



The over 55s WA women’s master’s hockey trophy is named after Sandra.

Sandra holds a Level B umpiring badge and a Level 2 Coaching Accreditation.


Suzanne Stoate