Monday, June 24, 2024

Australian Masters set for brighter outlook in 2022

Masters hockey players in Australia are starting to look forward more positively to 2022 as vaccination rates increase across the country and interstate travel lockdowns start to be relaxed, writes Mark McElligott.   

Hockey Australia Masters has been busy during the enforced hiatus reviewing its structural and operational approach and has implemented new committee structures with a view to increasing effectiveness and involvement with its members.

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