SA women’s sport needs more support to improve and better compete on the global stage:- That’s the message from leading sportswomen who sent wishes to gsport on Wednesday 1 August, the online initiative’s 12th birthday.
SA Hockey legend Marsha Cox announces her retirement from international competition in a tearful but proud exit at the 2015 SPAR gsport Awards
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#TBT Penny Heyns received the first-ever gsport Award, when she was inducted into the gsport Hall of Fame on 1 August, 2006. Day 1 of nominations for the 2013 #SPARgsportAwards saw a storm of support, and nominations are streaming in for this year’s event.
2012 Hockey IPT medallists Southern Gauteng, Western Province and Pretoria’s Northern Blues likely to dominate the 2013 decider at the KC March hockey venue in Gelvandale, Port Elizabeth from Tuesday until Saturday
2013 has been a whirlwind year for Investec SA women’s hockey captain Marsha Cox, who married the love of her life, and became the first South African to reach 300 international Test caps.
Friendly tournament format favours the Investec SA women’s hockey team after they fail to press home their advantage in the FIH World League match against Spain on Sunday, a final pool-stage fixture vs Australia awaits on Tuesday
The SA hockey team begin their World Cup qualification quest this evening, taking on world no. 4 England at the Investec World League semi-finals tournament in London. Match is to be broadcast live on Supersport at 8pm
After a 3-week training camp in China,SAHA announces squad of 18 for European tour to culminate in World Cup qualifier, the Investec World League Semi-Finals, from 22-30 June
VIDEO: Marsha Marescia singles out support from friends and family, and the unifying power of sport, as she is honoured by Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula was honoured at a gala dinner in recognition of her 300th cap.