Event celebrates Eastern-based inductees from past four years
Field Hockey Canada is excited to announce an in-person Hall of Fame induction ceremony to take place on July 30, 2023, in Brampton, Ontario. The event is the first in-person celebration since Field Hockey Canada pivoted to online Hall of Fame ceremonies during the pandemic. It will be a joyous opportunity to celebrate our Class of 2022 through the traditional in-person format. Uniquely, this ceremony will also include the opportunity for recognition of those previously induced in our online ceremonies (Classes 2019 – 2021).
The Hall of Fame Ceremony begins at 1230pm on Sunday July 30. The event is being held in conjunction with the 2023 U18 National Championships, also happening in Brampton the week of July 23.
Time: 12.30 – 2.30om
Venue: Pearson Convention Centre – Brampton, Ontario
Dress Code: Casual Smart
Come for an afternoon of celebration. There will be light lunch provided as well as refreshments. The running order includes the in-person induction of members of the 2019-2022 Hall of Fame classes, and an opportunity to honour the past inductees and the outstanding contributions made to our sport by these amazing individuals.
Field Hockey Canada is excited to announce the opening of ticket sales for this event.
RECOGNIZED INDUCTEES AT THIS EVENT:
Denys Cooper (2019)
Reg Plummer (2019)
Jean Major (2020)
Judy McCrae (2020)
Sarah Forbes (2021)
Mary Cicinelli (2021)
Ken O’Connor (2022)
Coreen Flemming (2022)
Sally Manning (2022)
- Not all inductees will be present for this event. Be sure to touch base with your network before buying tickets.
- This event prioritizes and celebrates eastern-based hall of fame inductees from the previous four classes.
2024 EVENT IN VANCOUVER
Stay tuned for more information in the coming months as Field Hockey Canada will also be hosting an in-person celebration for Western-Canadian based inductees from the past four years. Field Hockey Canada anticipates hosting an event in June 2024 in conjunction with the Junior Pan American Championships, to be held in Surrey, B.C.