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How to Follow: Masters World Cup [60+]

October 11, 2022 | Field Hockey Canada |

Tokyo Japan plays host to the O60 Masters World Cup

The Masters World Cup (Men’s 60+, 65+, 70+, 75+) will be taking place in Tokyo, Japan from October 19-29, 2022. The tournament matches will be played in the historic Oi Hockey Stadium. There are 27 teams competing at the World Cup in the four divisions. Canada sends a 60+ Men’s National Team for a second consecutive WC. This event was previously scheduled for November 2021, but had to be rescheduled due to the COVID pandemic. Follow along below as Team Canada takes on the World in Japan.

Tournament Website | Canadian Masters Hockey


OCT 19 – 0945 CAN vs ITA [0-1 loss] – Match Report
OCT 20 – 1445 CAN vs JPN SoM [4-0 win] – Match Report
OCT 22 – 1630 CAN vs ENG [0-0 draw] – Match Report
OCT 23 – 1530 CAN vs RSA [2-0 win] – Match Report
OCT 25 – 1300 CAN vs JPN [0-1 loss] – Match Report
OCT 26 – 1200 CAN vs USA [4-3 win] – Match Report
OCT 28 – 1400 CAN vs ITA [3-1 win] – Match Report


David BissettDEFBC
Bubli ChohanMIDBC
Stephen DearingFWDBC
Mark HamiltonFWDBC
Peter JardineGKWA/USA
Patrick OswaldMIDBC
Gursharan JheetaMIDON
Seamus ParkerFWDBC
Robert StoweMIDQC
Jim JenkynsDEFAB
John McCullochMIDBC
Perry ModyMIDON
Peadar O'RiainMIDAB
Andrew HaighFWDBC
Landon KitagawaDEFBC
Mark NorthcoteDEFBC
Gord PlottelMIDBC
Mike MillardDEFBC
Ken BeckettReserve (GK)
Kirk AdamReserveBC
Rob ten VaanholtReserveBC
Tim WilkinsonReserveBC
Kuldip VirdiReserveBC
Mohinder PalReserveON
Alan WightmanReserveAB


Alan Hobkirk – Head Coach
Don Paterson – Manager
Juli Anna McCulloch – Medical Doctor
Theo Muth – Physio


We’d like to extend our congratulations to Canada’s Alan Waterman who will be in attendance as an Umpire Manager. Congrats Alan, best of luck with the event!