U.S. Men’s Masters Program Announces 2022 WMH Masters World Cup in Tokyo, Japan Rosters

by USA Field Hockey

TOKYO, Japan – Following annual tryout and some training camps, the U.S. Men’s Masters Program has finalized the rosters for the 2022 World Masters Hockey (WMH) World Cup being held in Tokyo, Japan. Taking place October 19 to 29, USA is sending two men’s teams, O-60 and O-65.


Peter Bale (Roseburg, Ore.), Abid Chowdhry (Downey, Calif.), Joost Douwes (Stanwood, Wash.), Chamkaur Gill (Placentia, Calif.), Gurpreet Gill (Peoria, Ariz.), Manzar Iqbal (Nashville, Tenn.), Peter Jones (Stamford, Conn.), Bill Larkins (Manchester, N.H.), Jon O’Haire (Millersport, Ohio), Sankar Ramani (Fremont, Calif.), Alexander Rooks (Lincoln, Mass.), Mahesh Saraswat (Northridge, Calif.), Bob Singh Khosla (Phoenix, Ariz.), Jaswinder Singh (Woodland, Calif.), Kewal Singh (Fairfield, Calif.), Ian Tapsall (Fairfield, Conn.), Arvinder Virdee (Scottsdale, Ariz.), Larry Zappone (Colorado Springs, Colo.)


The U.S. O-60 Men’s World Cup Team will be coached by Nigel Traverso (Baldwin, N.Y.) and managed by Stanley Jones Iyadurai (Miami, Fla.).


Onkar Bhowra (Phoenix, Ariz.), Kashmir Dhugga (Hayward, Calif.), Lance Eichert (Conshohocken, Pa.), Rene Granat (Midlothian, Va.), Waljeet Hundal (Chandler, Ariz.), Todd Koch (Quakertown, Pa.), Raghbir Mangat (Gold River, Calif.), Darryl Michael (Delmar, N.Y.), Brar Preetinder (Charlotte, N.C.), Kavi Raz (Granada Hills, Calif.), Davinder Sahota (Bellingham, Wash.), Bhajan Sandhar (Union City, Calif.), Alva Serrette (Lagrange, Calif.), Kulwant Sidhu (San Jose, Calif.), Paramjit Singh (El Sobrante, Calif.), Jeff Starfield (Marblehead, Mass.)


The U.S. O-65 Men’s World Cup Team will be coached and managed by Amir Akhtar (Newcastle, Okla.) and co-coached by Serrette.


The men had a successful three-day training camp in June in Philadelphia. They will have a few more sessions on both the East and West Coasts in the coming months as they prepare for the WMH Masters World Cup.


For more information on the Cape Town WMH World Cup, visit the event page and check out the Masters Website.