The HA Women’s Masters Council wish to advise that nominations for officials for Trans Tasman Challenge 2019 are now open online and will close on Monday 30 July. The links for relevant EOIs are listed below.
Ancillary Support team
Requirements:All officials will be required to agree to abide by the FIH Code of Conduct and the HA Code of Conduct (Team Officials & Event Officials), copies of which are attached.
All officials are self funded. Teams will be selected in the following age divisions – Over 35s, Over 40s, Over 45s, Over 50s, Over 55s, Over 60s, Over 65s.
Important Information: Teams (16 players including 2 x GKs) will be selected at the 2018 National Masters Championships to be held in Bunbury & Busselton WA. The Australian Women’s Contingent commitment will be from Saturday 27 April until after official commitments on 4 May 2019.
All contingent players and officials are required to meet at the accommodation on Saturday 27 April and accommodation costs will include the night of Saturday 4 May 2019.
Pre-tournament training will be organised for all teams on the days prior to commencement of the tournament and all players and their team officials must be in attendance for all training sessions. If selected in an Australian team, players and officials must be aware of their commitment to the required times as outlined.
Air travel arrangements to and from the Trans Tasman Challenge are the responsibility of selected players and officials at their own expense. All selected players and appointed officials will be required to stay at the accommodation booked by HAWMC. Suitable transport during the tournament will be organised.
Participation is at official’s full expense and anticipated cost is approximately $1,100 which includes accommodation, team transport, and any official dinners that may be arranged.
Uniform is an additional expense.
INTERESTED IN INDOOR? OVER 35?
Hockey Queensland is currently accepting EOI’s from players for an Inaugural Under 45 and Over 45 Masters Event. Go to Hockey Queensland Masters Indoor for more information. Individual and team entries accepted until July 20.
From there teams will be selected to participate in World Masters Indoor World Cup – Hong Kong
Why not give it a go!
2018 State Teams have been announced. These teams will travel to Bunbury/Busselton at the end of September.