Keely Dunn and Meghan McLennan have just returned after successfully umpiring at the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games in Veracruz, Mexico.
The CAC games were a qualifying event for the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada.
Dunn has umpired internationally for over ten years earning 102 caps, prior to this event, in various tournaments including three previous CAC Games, two Women’s Junior World Cups, Olympic and World Cup Qualifiers and various National Team test series.
McLennan has umpired internationally for almost five years and has earned 24 caps prior this event. She has umpired a previous CAC Games and other events such as a South American Championship, Pan Am Cup, and National Team test series.
Dunn and McLennan are two of the many Field Hockey Canada umpires who spend years dedicating time and effort in improving their skills.
Countless hours at the hockey pitch, often in poor weather, contributing to the game they love has resulted in successful careers officiating thus far and likely many more mataches to come.
In addition to the hours on the pitch Meghan and Keely also give back by coaching the next generation of umpires in Canada.
Field Hockey Canada would like to congratulate both these umpire’s on their many years of dedication to our game.