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Middlesex County Hockey Association Management Committee

About MHA
The Middlesex Hockey Association was formed in 2000 with the amalgamation of the Middlesex Women’s Hockey Association and the Middlesex County Hockey Association to come in line with the sport’s governing body. Both Associations brought with them 100 years of experience in the administration of hockey in the County. MHA continues to promote the game at all levels by the growth of youth development, competitive challenge for clubs and schools

Structure of MHA
The MHA Management Committee comprises of elected officers and officials. The officers meet monthly, with a full management meeting including the officials held alternate months. Clubs are invited to attend councils meetings once or twice a season.

 

Officers

President - Lynne Morgan

Chairman - Maurice Umney

Vice Chairman - Sandra Marlow

Honorary Secretary - Chris Putt

Honorary Treasurer - Dipak Shah

Honorary Auditor - Doreen Brown

Officials

Honorary Women’s League Secretary - Liz Laird

Honorary Women’s Indoor League Secretary - TBC

Honorary Schools & Youth Secretary - Sandra Marlow

County Disciplinary Officer - Mel Ive

County Deputy Disciplinary Officer - Maurice Umney

 

 

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