Players head to 2017 World Masters Games

Elaine Pugh (left) to play hockey in New Zealand.

Elaine Pugh (left) to play hockey in New Zealand.

About 30 people from the Goulburn and District area have travelled to New Zealand for the 2017 World Masters Games this weekend. Organised every four years, this is the largest multi-sport event in the world. Twenty-one athletes will be representing the state in hockey, soccer and squash. Below are the list of people competing : 

  • Elaine Pugh (hockey)
  • Janet Blay (hockey)
  • Phyllis Croker (hockey)
  • Judith Branble (hockey)
  • Joanne Gulson (hockey)
  • Kellie Macquire (hockey)
  • Leah Wichman (hockey)
  • Jannette Naismith (hockey)
  • Janelle Brown (hockey)
  • Lisa Breen (hockey)
  • Naomi Clarke (hockey)
  • Tanya handley (hockey)
  • Vicki Kitchen (squash)
  • Perina Giles (hockey)
  • Maria Montgomery (hockey)
  • Rhonda Wray (hockey)
  • Ruth Robertson (hockey)
  • Amanda White (hockey)
  • Leanne Martin (hockey)
  • Cathryn Butz (hockey)
  • Darrell Orton (football)
  • Melissa Lachlan (hockey)
  • Elizabeth Price (hockey) 
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