Jenny King, coach of the SPAR National Women’s Hockey team, has explained the reason behind the decision to appoint Marsha Marescia captain for the World Cup in Spain next month.
Johannesburg, Tuesday, 29th August 2006 – The South African Hockey Association (SAHA) has announced the SPAR South African Women’s Hockey Team to participate in the 2006 Samsung Hockey World Cup which takes place in Madrid, Spain from the 27th September to the 8th October 2006.
SPAR Interprovincial Women’s Hockey Tournament Randburg Hockey StadiumFriday, 25th August 2006 Results: Section A: Northerns 6 – 2 North West Western Province 2 – 1 KwaZulu Natal Southern Gauteng 5 – 1 Natal Midlands Section B: Witwatersrand 6 – 1 KZN Mynahs Eastern Province 5 – 1 Border Peninsula 7 – 0 Free State SPAR […]
Leading tournament goal-scorer Western Province’s Henna du Buisson drilled home once again in today’s final against Southern Gauteng to emphatically declare a return to Province’s reign in domestic hockey.
In Thursday evening’s showcase game, Southern Gauteng went 1-0 ahead against North West, before unseasonal Highveld lightning and showers brought the match to a premature end in the second half.
Even if log-leaders Peninsula lose to B-Section whipping-girls Free State on Friday, their qualification for Saturday’s final is beyond doubt.
Here are a few pictures of action on day 4 of the SPAR Inter-Provincial Tournament being contested in Randburg, Johannesburg. All pictures courtesy Reg Caldecott.
In a match likely to have caused an upset to defending champions Southern Gauteng, Western Provice drew first blood in a likely preview of the tournament A-Section finals clash.
Here are a few pictures of action on day 3 of the SPAR Inter-Provincial Tournament being contested in Randburg, Johannesburg. All pictures courtesy Reg Caldecott. Section A Results: KwaZulu Natal 2-0 Northerns Western Province 1-0 Southern Gauteng Natal Midlands 2-1 North West Section B Results: Eastern Province 8-0 Free State KZN Mynahs 2-2 Border Peninsula […]
Here are a few pictures of action on day 2 of the SPAR Inter-Provincial Hockey Tournament being contested in Randburg, Johannesburg. All pictures courtesy Reg Caldecott.
For the top-seeded teams, day two proved a misery for some, a steady progress to Saturday for others, but for Western Province, it proved to be a goal-fest with six players finding the net.
Day one’s final game highlight fittingly saw defending champions Southern Gauteng battle against worthy rivals KwaZulu Natal to a 1-all score late into the game, before Lindsey Carlisle scored off a penalty to record a win for Southern Gauteng’s match.