Anthony Waters

1928 –

Tony Waters, a goalkeeper from Western Australia, was a member of the men’s hockey team when it won its first Olympic medal, a bronze behind India and Pakistan, at Tokyo 1964. He had made his international debut in 1961.

Tokyo: Merv Crossman, Paul Dearing, Ray Evans, Brian Glencross, Robin Hodder, Don Martin, John McBryde, John McCormack, Don McWatters, Pat Nilan, Eric Pearce, Julian Pearce, Des Piper, Don Smart, Waters, Graham Wood.

Olympic Results

1964 Tokyo

Hockey - Men
Preliminaries Pool A - Match 07 - GBR V AUS HT: 0-5, FT: 7-0; Goals: Piper 4', McWatters 12', 18', 31', 42', Evans 23', Pearce 61' GBR 7-0 Win
Preliminaries Pool A - Match 11 - AUS V RHO HT: 2-0, FT: 3-0; Goals: McWatters 19', Pearce 32', 47' RHO 3-0 Win
Preliminaries Pool A - Match 16 - AUS V JPN HT: 1-0, FT: 3-1; Goals: Smart 4', Evans 49', McWatters 69' JPN 3-1 Win
Preliminaries Pool A - Match 25 - KEN V AUS HT: 1-0, FT: 1-0 KEN 1-0 Loss
Preliminaries Pool A - Match 47 - PAK V AUS HT: 1-1, FT: 2-1; Goals: Nilan 13' PAK 2-1 Loss
Preliminaries Pool A - Match 29 - AUS V NZL HT: 1-0, FT: 2-1; Goals: Hodder 2', Pearce 8' NZL 2-1 Win
Semi Final HT: 3-1, FT: 3-1; Goals: Nilan 11' IND 3-1 Loss
Bronze Final HT: 1-0, FT: 2-2, AET: 3-2; Goals: Pearce 16', 91', McWatters 70' ESP 3-2 Win
Final Placing 3 / 14