There is a blend of youth and experience in the SPAR National Women’s hockey team to take part in a four-nations tournament in Dublin next month.
The South African Hockey Association (SAHA) is allowing the national women’s selectors a new opportunity to identify the best players nationally, at the inaugural running of a brand-new tournament.
The South African national women’s ice hockey squad returned from England last week, following the completion of the Division III 2007 International Ice Hockey Federation World Women’s Championship.
The South African national ladies hockey team has had a torrid time of it in England, losing their first three matches in Division 3 of the International Ice Hockey Federation’s World Women Championships, currently being contested in Sheffield.
The South African women’s ice hockey team leave for England tomorrow to participated in the 2007 World Women Championship Division III which takes place from 05-10 March 2007 in Sheffield.
There is good news for women’s hockey – supermarket giant SPAR has renewed its sponsorship of over R5 million for a further 3 years until the end of December 2009.
The SPAR Hockey Festival at the University of Stellenbosch Astro Complex ended with a spectacular win for the home team, triumphing 5-1 over Canada. SPAR South Africa was thoroughly impressive on the night showing how much they have improved as a consequence of sustained international exposure.
In a hot and blustering wind, the SPAR South Africa Women’s hockey team played out an exciting 3-3 draw with Ireland. This was South Africa’s penultimate match of the SPAR Hockey Festival being held at the University of Stellenbosch Astro Complex.
The SPAR South Africa Women’s hockey team continued to show signs of progress as they convincingly defeated Canada 3-0 at the University of Stellenbosch Astro Complex.
The 2-0 score line reflected fairly upon the SPAR SA ladies as they ran out deserved winners on Wednesday against Ireland in the SPAR Hockey Festival at the University of Stellenbosch Hockey Complex.
The SPAR SA ladies ended 2-1 victors in their test match against Canada, played at the University of Stellenbosch Astro Hockey Complex yesterday.
The weather dictated what was set to be a heated encounter between the Spar SA and the Ireland women’s hockey teams at the astro-turf field at the University of Stellenbosch this Sunday.