Jack Britto was one of a numbers of Christians, most with family roots in the Portuguese enclave of Goa, who represented Pakistan in the early years of the country's independence. A graduate of Saint Patrick's High School, Karachi, he was equally at home in both the centre and right side of defence. Britto played in all 3 of Pakistan's matches at the 1952 Olympics but shortly afterwards left Pakistan for Malawi where he played for and later coached the national hockey team. Later still he settled in London.
|1952 Summer||25||Helsinki||Hockey||Men's Hockey||Pakistan||PAK||4|
|1952 Summer||25||Helsinki||Hockey||Pakistan||PAK||Final Standings||4||1952-07-15||3||0|
|1952 Summer||25||Helsinki||Hockey||Pakistan||PAK||Final Round||Match 3/4||2||1952-07-22||GBR 2, PAK 1||0|
|1952 Summer||25||Helsinki||Hockey||Pakistan||PAK||Semi-Finals||Match #2||2||1952-07-20||NED 1, PAK 0||0|
|1952 Summer||25||Helsinki||Hockey||Pakistan||PAK||Quarter-Finals||Match #4||1||1952-07-18||PAK 6, FRA 0||0|