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.
Top seeds Southern Gauteng and defending champions Western Province have booked their places in the final of the championship division at the SPAR Hockey IPT at the Hartleyvale Astro in Cape Town on Thursday.
The senior women’s national Hockey Team has been lead to an overwhelming victory of the six-nations Africa Olympic Qualifying Tournament by coach Jenny King and captain Marsha Marescia on Sunday.
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 Hockey Festival at the University of Stellenbosch Astro Complex ended with a spectacular win for the home team, triumphing 5-1 over Canada. SPAR South Africa was thoroughly impressive on the night showing how much they have improved as a consequence of sustained international exposure.
In a hot and blustering wind, the SPAR South Africa Women’s hockey team played out an exciting 3-3 draw with Ireland. This was South Africa’s penultimate match of the SPAR Hockey Festival being held at the University of Stellenbosch Astro Complex.
The 2-0 score line reflected fairly upon the SPAR SA ladies as they ran out deserved winners on Wednesday against Ireland in the SPAR Hockey Festival at the University of Stellenbosch Hockey Complex.