After a bitter 1-all draw against Australia and a 4-1 win over a young England, the SA women’s hockey team face their toughest opponents in world champs and London 2012 gold medalists, the Netherlands, in their third Investec Challenge test at Hartleyvale in Cape Town at 8pm this evening
Hartleyvale Hockey Stadium
Weekend Wrap: Check out our summary of SA women’s sport published on gsport over the weekend!
Investec South Africa face Ghana in their opening World League match at Hartleyvale Hockey stadium in Cape Town tonight at 7pm.
Big Guns return as the Investec SA women’s hockey team starts their World League Round 2 campaign against relative lightweights Ghana in Cape Town on Tuesday, ahead of tough encounters against Belgium, Azerbaijan and Austria
Although the series is lost, the Investec South Africa women’s hockey team will hope to close out the four-match series against Belgium on a high in the final match at Hartleyvale Hockey Stadium at 3pm today.
Belgium completed a series whitewash against Investec SA with a hard-fought 3-2 win at the Hartleyvale Hockey Complex in Cape Town on Saturday, as the hosts look forward to the return of stars Pietie Coetzee and Marsha Marescia for the upcoming World League round two competition on Monday
Belgium has taken the lead in the four-match Test series against the Investec South Africa women’s hockey team after a 2-1 win in the opening match in Vygieskraal. The next match is on Wednesday, 16 January at 5:30pm.
The first step of the next four-year cycle ending at the 2016 Olympics in Rio begins for the Investec SA women’s hockey team in a four-test series against fellow London 2012 Olympians in Cape Town this evening, and coach Giles Bonnet is keen on achieving the many incremental milestones necessary to achieve the big goal by narrowing the gap between SA and hockey’s world leaders
Marsha Marescia stands on the brink of 300 Test caps as Cape Town gears up to host the Investec SA women’s hockey team for four weeks of Test match hockey feating seven leading international sides against the hosts
Cape Town international schools’ hockey festival is looking South Africa’s top U18 school hockey teams to participate in their tenth anniversary event in July next year.