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Cape Town Newsletter September 2022
2022 World Cup: Tokyo Schedule
2022 World Cup: Cape Town Schedule Change
After the success of the NET World Cup in Nottingham, the Countdown to Cape Town & Tokyo accelerates!
Robin Mayes appointed as WMH Disciplinary Officer (DO)
Medical Advisory Committee – MAC announced
Cape Town Newsletter July 2022
World Cup Trophy
World Cup Tournaments 2022
Matches at the Nottingham World Cup Tournament were live-streamed along with interviews of key personnel. These promoted Masters Hockey in a very positive manner and provided a taste of what will follow in Cape Town & Tokyo!
(Changes on 8 Oct matches)
September Newsletter –
A spectacular Opening Ceremony will be held at the waterfront on the evening of 30 Sept. All teams are expected to attend this extravagant and exciting celebration of South African culture.
For the Match Schedule –
Japanese Government announced that Japan will be visa free for visitors after 11th OCT! No PCR test required.
The opening ceremony, on the afternoon of 18th October, will include a performance by the Japanese Army Band, amongst others. Full attendance is expected.
Maximum squad size for WMH tournaments is 18. Any squad with over 16 players needs 2 fully-kitted goalkeepers. No changes can be made to a squad after the team’s first match at a tournament.
For more tournament details click on the links following the survey details!
WMH hopes that you are completing the Research Survey below. It is anonymous and might help us learn more about the benefits of participating in Masters Hockey!
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