Robert Proctor

1949 -

Robert Proctor was a member of the men’s hockey team that won a silver medal in 1976. The team enjoyed a strong 2-1 win against Pakistan in the semi-final, but lost the final 1-0 to New Zealand. The silver medal was the best result for Australia at the Games, the other four medals won by Australians being bronze. From New South Wales, Proctor remained involved in the sport after his competitive retirement and has contributed much as a coach and administrator.

Olympic Results

1976 Montreal

Hockey - Men
Preliminaries Pool A - AUS V HOL HT: 0-2, Goals: Bell HOL 1-2 Loss
Preliminaries Pool A - IND V AUS HT: 1-3, Goals: Browning, Irvine, Riley 3, Smith IND 1-6 Win
Preliminaries Pool A - AUS V MAL HT: 1-0, Goals: Bell, Riley MAL 2-0 Win
Preliminaries Pool A - AUS V CAN HT: 2-0, Goals: Bell, Riley, Walsh CAN 3-0 Win
Preliminaries Pool A - AUS V ARG HT: 1-1, Goals: Cooke ARG 2-3 Loss
Preliminary Replay - AUS V IND HT: 1-1, FT: 1-1, AET: 1-1 IND 1-1 (5-4) Win
Semi Final HT: 1-1, Goals: Irvine, Riley PAK 1-2 Win
Gold Medal Match HT: 0-0 NZL 1-0 Loss
Final Placing 2 / 15