Senior Men

Carlton Redcliffs Senior Mens Teams 

CPL Men       - Click here                                            Div 1 Men        - Click here                                       Super Sunday League - Click here
                                                                 Platinum Men    - Click here                  Mid Week Open Men  - Click here


In 2023 we are pleased to announce the Senior Mens Teams below. 

CPL Men            

Coach:                         Dean Munt
Manager:                   Ritchie Legge

Jakob Ambrose
Owen Brown
Mitchell Bunning
Dean Clarkson
Henry Crump
Mitchell Davis
George Enersen
Daniel Foss
Nick Haig
Fynn Harrington
Yash Khushal
Keelet Legge
Nick Lidstone
Jonty Munt
Eamon O’Carroll
Jacob Pooley
Jordan Whittleston

Tuesday 8pm-9pm Indoor

tbc Ngā Puna Wai 2

Division 1 - Click Here

Coach:       Chris Greenshields

Manager:  Dave Cattermole

Judd Bamford
Louis Braeckmans
Mark Coleman
Tom Gough
Toby Grant
Chris Greenshields
Liam Hall
Max Hill-Cattermole
Sam Kumbaroff
Fergus Lowen
Lachlan Mackie
Connor MacLean
Simon Munt
Ollie Munt
Lucas Munt
Leo Whiteside



Super Sunday League    - No Team in 2024           -


Platinum Men      -  

Coach:     Brad Munt          


The Platinum grade is an exciting grade focusing on developing players from school year 9 to under 18 years of age, in readiness for competition against older, stronger players in division 2 upwards. The platinum grade is a pathway for players striving for future honours but this grade also caters for those wishing to play for enjoyment, be challenged and play alongside their peers.  CHA have implemented a regulation that all school year 9 and 10 students must play in Platinum grade.


Mid Week Open Men   

Manager:      Simon Lind

Mid Week Open have 1 men's team who play on a Monday night and do not have a practice.

The mid week open grade is fast becoming a fantastic competitive option for players who love playing hockey, keen to commit to play mid week, enjoy an enthusiastic and encouraging playing environment without the commitment of trainings, yet still have a competitive edge.   MWO has over the years been a social grade and we still want to create the opportunity for this alongside offering to meet the need and growing interest, from a range of ages and experience, speed and skill level, the Mid Week Open space is shifting to offer a more competitive option and this will depend on interest and numbers. 

The Club is focus is to build the leadership and coaching support in the Mid Week open space.  Year 11 and above are able to play in MId Week Open teams.  CHA Rules state "Year 9 and 10 players cannot be registered in this division; furthermore, Year 9 players cannot play in this division."