Trustees of the Hockey Foundation

Alan Lints – Chair

Alan Lints is a former New Zealand hockey  representative (1986-1988) and also served as the National Development Manager with NZ Hockey from 1996-2001. In 2002 he became the Welsh Hockey Performance Director until 2006, before returning from overseas to New Zealand.  
Alan is the Chair Hockey Northland and  Co-owner and Co-founder of Educare Early Learning Centres. 


Sarah Giltrap – Trustee

With a BA BCom from Auckland University Sarah Giltrap was the former owner and director of a textile company for 10 years. Before having children Sarah organised two major fundraisers for the North Shore Hospice. She has also assisted with her family involvement in the instigation and implementation of the Taveuni Eye Project (Fiji) providing free cataract surgery for adults and children.  She is a current trustee of Diocesan School for Girls Heritage Foundation. Sarah has previously managed the Auckland Women’s National Hockey League team for a number of years and a number of junior and youth teams also.

Andrew Hastie – Trustee

Andrew is a former Black Stick with 68 test caps to his name and assistant national coach and selector. Andrew is also Principal and Shareholder of Nexia Christchurch, specialising in Business and Tax Advisory, Trusts & Estates and Audit & Assurance. Prior to Nexia New Zealand, Andrew was a Director at Hastie Chartered Accountants Limited before travelling to The Netherlands with his young family. Upon returning from overseas Andrew was an Associate with Marriotts Limited.


Hamish Clentworth – Trustee


David Wigmore – Trustee

Hockey has been part of Dave’s life for almost 40 years, having represented Hutt Valley, Wellington, NZ University and Auckland. He has vast experience coaching and managing club and representative teams at a junior and youth level. Dave is National Director of Valuation and Advisory Services at Jones Lang LaSalle, is a Registered Valuer and also on Auckland Hockey’s Board. 


Kate Wilson – Trustee

Kate has served as a Dunedin City Councillor for the Mosgiel-Taieri Ward since 2007. Kate has degrees in Law and Geography from Otago University. Kate is Chair of the Infrastructure Services Committee, Deputy Chair of the Consent Hearings Committee and is the Councillor representative for the Mosgiel Taieri Community Board and the Otago Museum Trust Board. She also chairs the Otago Rail Trail Trust and has many community involvements.

Kate lives in Middlemarch on her family farm and is mother of Ginny Wilson, a junior Black Stick.