The 1945 hockey team consisted mainly of young men, but was supplemented by a number of players in their 40's. Their success as a team was not that great, but they went out to enjoy the game in a sportsmanlike manner. Many of the players used the long hook English sticks and this was evident when the Club was revived in 1960 and Naran Kana used this particular English style hockey stick.
In 1945 the Pukekohe Indian Sports Club can claim to have been a multicultured Club with Maori and European players in their hockey team.
The hockey team was coached by Bhana Fakir, who used to travel from Auckland. The training field was a horse paddock at the back of the Wallabh's property in Upper Queen Street, Pukekohe.