SA Junior Women’s Hockey Aim to Bounce Back at World Cup

by | Apr 2, 2022

South Africa Junior Women’s Hockey team will be aiming to bounce back to winning ways after their first defeat to England at the FIH Junior Women’s Hockey World Cup at North West University in Potchefstroom on Friday, 1 April 2022.

Lead by coach Lenise Marais, the South Africans lost 3-0 with goals from Lorna Mackenzie (brace)  and Millie Giglio.

The team will look to right their wrongs on Monday, 4 April when they take on Ireland at 11h00.

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SA Junior Women’s Team:
Mathapelo Ramasimong
Jacolene McLaren
Hanri Louw
Tamlyn Kock
Bianca Wood
Edith Molikoe
Chante Ferreira
Onthatile Zulu
Jeanri Thomas
Mishka Ellis
Jean-Leah du Toit
Mikkela le Roux
Kayla de Waal

Substitutes:
Angela Welham
Share Laubsche
Laylaa David’s
Amelie Claasen
Zimkhitha Weston

 

England Junior Women’s Team:
Sofia Martin
Becky Manton
Lorna Mackenzie
Millie Giglio
Mila Welch
Maddie Axford
Kitty Chapple
Ella Burnley
Katie Curtis
Maddie Long

Substitutes:
Mollie Mason
Emily Guckian
Evie Wood
Tilly Butterworth
Vicki McCabe
Georgie Gardens
Claudia Swain
Bronty Brough

 

Photo 1 Caption: South Africa Junior Women’s Hockey team will be aiming to bounce back to winning ways after their first defeat to England at the FIH Junior Women’s Hockey World Cup at North West University in Potchefstroom on Friday, 1 April 2022. Photo: NWU Sports (Twitter)

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