Sanani Mangisa has been in the national women’s hockey squad setup for 6 years, and the country’s no. 1 keeper for the past 6 months. gsport talks to Sanani ahead of the prestigious Investec Challenge starting in Cape Town on Monday, featuring hosts South Africa, England, Australia and world champions, Holland.
Hot on the heels of announcing 20 tests against seven nations in four weeks in Cape Town starting on Monday, the SA women’s hockey coach Giles Bonnet has announced the retention of world leader in visual skills development, Dr Sherylle Calder until the 2014 World Cup
Do or die as the 2012 SA Hockey IPT knockout matches kick off with defending champs WP up against Northerns at 3pm at the Randburg Astro, and Southern Gauteng faces SA U21’s at 5pm.
Southerns and Northerns in a duel for SAHA IPT Pool B honours, while the U21’s lead Western Province in Pool A after 3 matches each as the competition enters its final two days of round-robin competition
Eastern Province, Northerns & Kaspersky Southerns all muscled big wins as the 2012 IPT tournament kicked off with A and B Pool action in Section A, hosted by the Southern Gauteng Hockey Association at the Randburg Astro from 19 – 25 August 2012.
South Africa’s Olympic hockey stars return to action in the 2012 SA Women’s Interprovincial Hockey Tournament in Randburg, starting this Sunday. Western Province are the defending champions, having beaten Southern Gauteng 4-3 in the 2011 Final in Bloemfontein.
The South African Hockey Association (SAHA) has announced the appointment of Marissa Langeni as Chief Executive Officer of the national hockey body, to be based in Pretoria. Mrs Langeni will take up the appointment from 1 July 2009. “The main objective of this post is to manage and develop the Association as a going concern […]
SA captain Marsha Marescia holds up the SPAR Cup Tri-nations hockey tournament trophy at the Randburg Hockey Stadium on Saturday. Picture: Reg Caldecott South African Hockey Association (SAHA) president Dave Carr says that his meeting with SASCOC on Friday was extremely fruitful. "I can confirm that we will be going to the Olympics," stated the […]
The South African Hockey Association (SAHA) is allowing the national women’s selectors a new opportunity to identify the best players nationally, at the inaugural running of a brand-new tournament.
Johannesburg, Tuesday, 29th August 2006 – The South African Hockey Association (SAHA) has announced the SPAR South African Women’s Hockey Team to participate in the 2006 Samsung Hockey World Cup which takes place in Madrid, Spain from the 27th September to the 8th October 2006.