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Masters World Cup Teams gearing up for the Playoffs

New Zealand has 10 teams flying the Silver Fern throughout the 11 divisions on offer at the Masters World Cup 2018. Teams have been digging deep playing in challenging conditions with temperatures reaching 45+ degrees Celsius. Results have been a mixed bag with plenty of goals and wins throughout. With five goals to her name, Maeve Morrison (W60+) is leading the way on the women’s side and Umesh Hari (M40+) with eight on the men’s. Pressure is starting to build with the tournament playoffs and finals due to take place over the weekend. The Masters World Cup concludes on Sunday 5 August.

Here are the standings heading into the final days of play;

Masters Women

35+

Currently 5th. Final pool games against USA and England to play.

40+

Finished 2nd in their pool and are playing Zimbabwe for 9-10th placing.

45+

Finished 3rd in their pool. Playing off for 5-8th placings first up game against USA.

50+

Finished 2nd in their pool and are now playing South Africa for 9-10th placing.

55+

Finished 4th in their pool and are playing Netherlands for 5-6thplace.

60+

Currently 2nd in their pool. Final pool game is against Netherlands.



Masters Men

40+

Finished 4th in their pool. Next game is against Scotland playing for 9-12th placings.

45+

Finished 2nd in their pool. Play England for 1-8th placings.

50+

Finished 2nd in their pool and are now playing Ireland for 5-6th placing.

55+

Finished 4th in their pool and are playing Argentina for 9-12th placings.



Video streaming playing LIVE matches at PITCH 1 will be available throughout the Tournament; LIVE matches can be watched at the YouTube platform of La Liga4sports: https://www.laliga4sports.es.

For more information on the tournament: http://wcmasters2018.eu

For more information on the match schedule: http://wcmasters2018.eu/match-schedule

For more information on the results: http://matchcenter.wcmasters2018.eu



 

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2 Nov 2018

2019 Trans-Tasman Masters Challenge

2019 Trans-Tasman Masters Challenge

Author: Hockey NZ  /  Categories: Events, International Events  / 

Event date: 30/04/2019 - 5/05/2019 Export event

Hockey New Zealand is excited to open expressions of interest for the 2019 Trans-Tasman Masters Challenge.

New Zealand will be looking to take back the Trans-Tasman title after Australia took a narrow 55-52 win in 2017.

In 2019 the Masters Trans-Tasman Challenge will be taking place on the Gold Coast, Australia from the 30th April to 5th of May 2019. The biennial international master's tournament started in 2000 and features female and male teams from Australia and New Zealand competing in seven age divisions: Over 35, Over 40, Over 45, Over 50, Over 55, Over 60 and Over 65.

Each age division plays three matches and the nation that wins the most divisions across the men’s and women’s competitions is declared the Trans-Tasman Champion.

The Trans-Tasman Hockey Challenge brings together approximately 608 participants across players, coaches, support staff and officials. The 2019 Trans-Tasman Masters Hockey Challenge will take place at both the Gold Coast Hockey Centre and the Nikki Hudson Centre in Runaway Bay.

If you wish to be involved or find out more, please click below:

Expression of Interest and information for Convenor of Selectors and Selector roles
Expression of Interest and information for Coaches, Managers, Umpires, Technical Officials
Expression of Interest and information for Players
Dispensation Request Form 

ALL EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSE DECEMBER 7TH, 2018

 
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