Thursday, July 25, 2024

Masters hockey won’t dwindle after pandemic

Most people will agree, the year 2020 was a wash-out on so many levels. For us ‘Grand Masters’ (herewith defined as mens and ladies’ teams over 60 years) they will to continue playing has never dwindled, writes Nick Cane

Indeed, it appears age is definitely just a number for the world of ageing hockey players, who just do not ‘give up’. Ipso facto, their numbers are swelling.

At least we did see some hockey over the last year. Having suffered a summer of lockdown and restricted access on the astros, mid-August saw a sudden and most welcomed change; enabling teams to complete against each other, albeit with some restrictions to navigate.

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