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How to Follow: Masters World Cup [50+]

September 28, 2022 | Field Hockey Canada |

Team Canada takes on the world in Cape Town

This week our Masters over 50 Men will take to the world stage at the 2022 Masters World Cup. This event is taking place in Cape Town, South Africa from October 1-10th. Cape Town promises to be a fantastic host to this world level event, with the city hosting major level world events such as the Rugby, Cricket and Football World Cups in the past, as well as recently being selected to host the 2023 Netball World Cup. In 2010 Cape Town played host to the Grand Masters Hockey World Cup as well, showing why its not just a superb tourist city but also a world class hockey host.

After the postponement of the 2020 tournament, Field Hockey Canada congratulates World Masters Hockey for getting this event back on the schedule. Canada is excited to send a 50+ Men’s team to the 2022 Masters World Cup and to announce our roster. Congratulations to all athletes, staff and officials selected to this event.

Canada will play in Pool A and face Argentina, South Africa, Spain, Namibia, Netherlands and an Alliance team. The teams will play a Pool A round robin followed by a final and classification matches depending on finishing position. Stay tuned for results, link to live streams, photos and more. You can also follow the Masters World Cup on the tournament webpage and on Field Hockey Canada’s masters hockey website. GO CANADA GO!


October 1 – Canada vs Argentina [2-0 loss] | 1145am – LIVESTREAM
October 3 – Canada vs South Africa [6-1 loss] | 1145am – LIVESTREAM
October 5 – Canada vs Spain | [1-1 draw] 515pm – LIVESTREAM
October 6 – Canada vs Alliance | [5-0 win] 145pm – LIVESTREAM
October 8 – Canada vs Namibia | [3-0 win] 115pm – LIVESTREAM
October 9 – Canada vs Netherlands [6-2 loss] | 800am – LIVESTREAM
October 10 – Canada vs Netherlands [3-2 win] | 800am – LIVESTREAM

Schedule and Results | Full Tournament Schedule


Jaimud DeanGKSurrey, BC
Alan DrummondMIDNorth Vancouver, BC
Jim KnightDEFVictoria, BC
Sandeep ChopraDEFOttawa, ON
David KerrMIDVictoria, BC
Adam HydeFWDNorth Vancouver, BC
Juggy MahalFWDToronto, ON
Mark VaughanFWDWest Vancouver, BC
Kinder GillDEFVancouver, BC
Sean BremnerDEFVancouver, BC
Andrew MacKinnonMIDVictoria, BC
Shadley StephensMIDVancouver, BC
Guy ManwaringFWDDelta, BC
Michael FoxcroftMIDVancouver, BC
Sandesh SinghDEFOttawa, ON
Brian LeeMIDOttawa, ON
Heiko HoffmanMIDBurnaby, BC
Chris WilsonDEFVictoria, BC
Rajinder AgnihotariReserveAbbotsford, BC
Clive WheatleyReserveVictoria, BC
John De SouzaReserveToronto, ON
Blair LoweReserveCalgary, BC
Timothy LohReserveVancouver, BC


John Sacre – Head Coach
Kent McKinon – Manager/Asst Coach
Adam Hyde – Pre-tournament Manager

Roster and Coaching Information


Field Hockey Canada would like to extend our excitement and congratulations to our Canadian officials appointed to the Masters World Cup. Congrats Michelle McNaughton for her appointment as Assistant Tournament Director and Denise McGeachy for being appointed as an Official.