World Masters Hockey World Cup Nottingham, England
Hockey New Zealand is excited to open expressions of interest and player registrations for the 2020 WMH Masters World Cup’s
EOI’s for positions include: Convenor of Selectors, Selectors, Coaches, Managers and Umpires
Registrations: Players for all HNZ age groups.
The recent formation of World Masters Hockey (WMH), now responsible for all age groups of Masters hockey for both men and women, have taken the opportunity to split the tournaments offering more countries the opportunity to host these events. Better quality and more exposure!
HNZ is selecting teams to travel to the following tournaments:
WMH World Cup: Nottingham, ENGLAND, 3rd – 18th August 2020 (16 days)
- Masters 35’s Men and Women
- Masters 40’s Men and Women
WMH World Cup: Cape Town, SOUTH AFRICA, 14th – 30th September 2020 (17 days)
- Masters 45’s Men and Women
- Masters 50’s Men and Women
- Masters 55’s Men and Women
- Masters 60’s Women
- Masters 65’s Women
WMH World Cup, Tokyo, JAPAN, 1st – 16th November 2020 (16 days)
- Masters 60’s Men
- Masters 65’s Men
- Masters 70’s Men
- Masters 75’s Men
New Zealand Hockey’s Master’s Team’s Coaches, Managers’ and Umpires positions for the 2020 Masters World Cups is now open via the following link:
IMPORTANT INFORMATION for consideration when completing forms:
Participation is at nominees’ full expense. HNZ is currently working with House of Travel to finalise the cost of the land package which includes, accommodation, team vans, and any official team dinners.
Flights, uniform, travel insurance and team camps are an additional expense.
All nominees will be required to agree to abide by the FIH and the HNZ Code of Conduct. You will need to have a valid passport in order to travel.
Teams are selected as per the HNZ Masters Selection Policy.
Coaching EOI’s close NOVEMBER 15TH 2019
Managers EOI’s close NOVEMBER 22ND2019
Selectors and Umpires close DECEMBER 2019
Players Registrations close JANUARY 31ST 2020
If you experience difficulties in completing the on-line form, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a clear explanation of your area of difficulty.
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