National Masters Women’s Championship

Good Afternoon All,

Please find the below message from ACT Women’s Masters and the upcoming National Masters Women’s Championship.

Hi all,

Congratulations, you are old enough to play Masters hockey for the ACT.

We are calling for nominations for players to play with the ACT teams to attend the National Masters Women’s Championship to be held in Cairns on 21st September to 1st October 2022.

This will be the first full championships since 2019 so we are excited to send as many teams as possible. This year there is the potential for an additional age group for the 70+. The teams ACT send will be dependent on the nominations received by 30th April.

 

If you are keen to nominate for a team, please complete the player nomination form https://www.revolutionise.com.au/actwomenmasters/home/ 

See selection policies (https://sites.google.com/view/act-womens-masters-hockey/policies) and eligibility criteria (eligibility Criteria Section 5. Point: 5.1, 5.2, and 5.3)

 

If you are unable to play but would love to come as a Coach, Manager or Masseuse please complete the form: https://forms.gle/5CME6Equcc5Gx5cQ9 

 

Cairns Event details

  • ACT Commitment: Plan for 19 September – 1 October (TBC).
  • Cost: Approximately $2000-2500 per person (this covers team entry, training in Cairns, accommodation, travel while in Cairns and incidentals)
  • Uniform: In 2022 we will be wearing a new O’Neils strip and all players will need to purchase this.
  • Accommodation: Trinity Beach (TBC)

  

As we gather more information on the event, we will update our ACT women’s masters website. If you have any questions, please email actwomensmasters@gmail.com

Yours in Hockey 🏑🏑

Jenny Feltham 

For ACTWM Newcastle committee

Emily Thompson (She/Her)

Membership Coordinator

HOCKEY ACT

E emily.thompson@hockeyact.org.au | P (02) 6189 0570

A National Hockey Centre, 196 Mouat St, Lyneham ACT 2602

www.hockeyact.org.au

 

 

 

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