Southern Gauteng and Western Province will do battle for the 2015 SA Women’s Interprovincial Hockey trophy at 3:30pm in Potch on Saturday
SA Women’s Hockey IPT defending champs Southern Gauteng will be lead by national central defender Lisa Deetlefs, and backed by a formidable cast in supporting roles
Cup final specialist Tsoanelo Pholo was instrumental in the unbeaten Kaspersky Southern Gauteng retaining their senior women’s hockey title, overcoming coastal powerhouse Western Province 2-1 at the KC March astro in Gelvandale, Port Elizabeth, on Saturday.
Kaspersky Southern Gauteng to take on Western Province in the senior women’s hockey IPT final at the KC March astro in Port Elizabeth at 8pm this evening, after comfortable wins ensure their shot at the 2013 title
Kaspersky Southern Gauteng reclaimed their IPT winning streak, making it three titles out of their past four appearances in the annual national tournament’s gold medal match, beating defending champions Western Province 3-0 in the tournament’s final at the Randburg Astro on Saturday
The Investec South Africa women’s hockey team drew 5-5 in the first international against the world’s number one women’s hockey nation Holland in Arnhem, Holland Tuesday night.
Head coach Giles Bonnet’s Investec South Africa women’s hockey team face a supreme test of their progress at 5 pm Tuesday and 12 noon Wednesday (SA time) when they take on world number one and home side Holland in Arnhem, the Netherlands.
The South African Hockey Association has announced an 18-member SA Under 21 Women’s team, which will play three matches against the touring Canadian Senior Women’s team.
The much anticipated top of the table clash at the Spar Women’s Inter-Provincial hockey tournament between defending champions Western Province and Southern Gauteng ended in a 1-1 draw at the Hartleyvale astro in Cape Town on Wednesday.
Peninsula will go into day 3 with a 100% record as worthy log leaders, and the +3 goal difference will be welcome, should their remaining pool matches against a resurgent Witwatersrand on Wednesday, Border on Thursday, and lowly Free State on Friday prove more than difficult.