Lesle-Ann George (back), Marsha Marescia (front left) and Tarryn Hosking of SPAR South Africa seem a little out-numbered in their second Good Luck Beijing match against hosts China early August. China won 3-0. Picture courtesy Good Luck Beijing. Hockey South Africa has announced the names of a 31-woman Olympic Training Squad, despite rumours that […]
South Africa’s senior Hockey team continue their impressive form at the African Hockey Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Nairobi, Kenya, after an emphatic 9-0 victory over Zimbabwe in Kenya on Wednesday.
There were no surprises in the selection of the SPAR South African Women’s Hockey Team for the upcoming African Olympic Games qualifier, which is largely unchanged after reaching the final of the Four Nations Tournament in Ireland recently.
Billed as the biggest tournament to take place in Ireland this year, the Setanta Sports Trophy sees some of the big hockey nations take to the field for the start of the Four-Nations tournament ending 17 June.
There is a blend of youth and experience in the SPAR National Women’s hockey team to take part in a four-nations tournament in Dublin next month.
The SPAR SA ladies ended 2-1 victors in their test match against Canada, played at the University of Stellenbosch Astro Hockey Complex yesterday.
Stellenbosch will be the centre of attention for all hockey lovers towards the end of this year and early in 2007, when 22 international matches will be played in the SPAR Hockey Festival at the Stellenbosch University Sport Performance Institute.
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.