Diane Hunter

Centre-forward (for first impressions)

I was born in Wellington and grew up in Upper Hutt. Married Kevin in 1976 and we were transferred to Masterton with Government Printing Office the same year. We have 2 adult daughters who live and work in Wellington. I worked in Dentistry for many years and then when my boss retired I worked for a local plumbing company for 12 years. My interests are gardening, reading and our 2 dogs. Until recently I was very involved in playing and the committee at Mahunga Golf Club, I am now more a spectator and supporter of Kevin who is an Eagle (Halberg Foundation). I love this job as we get to interact with people daily. I work 3 days a week and when Julian and Jackie are travelling, I am here full time.


Cell: 027 557 5373

Jackie Lim Moss

Defender (and bean-counter)

I am Malaysian Chinese. I came to New Zealand in 1991 for a holiday because I had been a penfriend of Julian’s (team captain) for several years prior to that. However, we fell in love and have lived in Masterton ever since – I am now a kiwi citizen. In my early working career in Malaysia, I was employed as a bookkeeper at the local council so looking after the accounts for our business comes naturally for me. I come from a large family including 9 other brothers and sisters whom I am very close to. Before COVID I would travel back to see the family at least once a year so I’m looking for to some normality. My interests are reading, dancing, cooking, our German Shepard dog, and travelling.


Ph: 06 377 1534

Julian Moss

Goalkeeper (and captain).

I was born in Lower Hutt but have lived in the Wairarapa since 1988. Prior to that I grew up in the Hutt Valley. Jackie (defender) and I were married in 1991 and we have a wonderful relationship. In an earlier life I owned and managed a design and build construction business that specialised in reproductions of New Zealand’s heritage architecture. It came about because I was very much aware of the difficulty and the costs of restoring old buildings and on completion, they were still an old house so felt there must be a better way. I was very passionate about the business (Moss Brothers) because heritage architecture was more of an art form than a building project. Moss Brothers was not only a joy to run but it was also very profitable. In 2005 I started building this self-storage on family-owned land at 291 High Street, Masterton. In 2007 I sold Moss Brothers to two employees who I felt were qualified to continue with the business – I was wrong and after 2 years they were effectively out of business. I was devastated about Moss Brothers but on the brighter note the self-storage business is flourishing and a heap of fun. We are a great team, I love the interaction with our customers, and the work is not too stressful for an aging hippie.


Cell: 027 589 4796