Exciting Start to Students Hockey Week

by | Jul 1, 2008

The first day of the SA Students Sports Union (SASSU) hockey week at the Pukke Hockey Academy in Potchefstroom saw several exciting matches in the A Section in particular, which is the top end of this tournament.

In the A Section, Tukkies routed NMMU 8-0, after leading 5-0 at half-time, while the University of Johannesburg enjoyed a 6-0 win over Free State, with a brace of goals apiece for Nicole de Vries, Sarah Harley and Bernadette Coston.

North West were made to work hard by UCT in a close-fought match, which ended 1-1, while  Maties beat Wits 4-1 with goals from Adele Davie, Pippa Rabey, Robyn-Lee McLaren and Wendy Kockott, while Kathryn McLaverty replied.

In the B Section, UKZN beat Rhodes 1-0 via an Eloise Miskey penalty corner, while the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Tukkies B and Fort Hare enjoyed wins over Rhodes University, Tshwane University of Technology and Limpopo respectively.

Results at the SA Students Sports Union Hockey Week, at Potchefstroom on 30 June, 2008:
A Section:
University of Pretoria 8 – 0 Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
University of Johannesburg 6 – 0 University of the Free State
North West University 1 – 1 University of Cape Town
Stellenbosch University 4 – 1 University of the Witwatersrand
B Section:
Central University of Technology 1 – 2 Cape Peninsula University of Technology
University of KwaZulu-Natal 1 – 0 Rhodes University
University of Pretoria B 5 – 2 Tshwane University of Technology
University of Fort Hare 2 – 0 University of Limpopo

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