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Hockey

 

SA have a few injuries, but Euro franchise stars ‘look sharp’

 

Highs & lows of 2022: The shock wins & humiliating defeats

SA hockey team overcome miscellaneous challenges in remarkable triumph

Ewing resigns as national men’s coach, did he hide SA Hockey failings with his fine performances?

 

Not once has Ewing said Pro League is easy, and it will be no easier in Argentina

 

SA hockey once again come undone

FIH Pro League ideal avenue to measure SA progress – Ewing

 

Hosting U21 World Cup very important news for SA hockey

From trophies at provincial and club level, Ewing now faces his greatest challenge at the Olympics

Mike Bechet: A straightforward coach who makes administrators squirm but the players adore him

 

Hockey milestones reached, Damons aims for new goals

SA goalkeeper Phumelela Mbande: master of the balancing act

SA hockey’s quick demise on Gold Coast does insidious damage

Top of the log speaks volumes for Dragons’ clinical edge

The World Cup beckons for both the SA men’s & women’s hockey sides

Rostron to double up as coach of both women’s & men’s teams

Provided with decent support, our sportswomen flourish

Germany lose both the men’s & women’s finals

Germany & Belgium confirmed as men’s finalists

SA women ensure they will travel to World Cup

Germany get the tolerance & the only goal

Everything goes pear-shaped for SA v Belgium

Who you gonna call? Candice, Candice Manuel!

More tough roads for SA hockey

18-year-olds & seasoned veterans all in the race for SA hockey

SA hockey heads into 2017 without stalwart Mangisa

Cavemen give warning to other PHL hopefuls

Officials bring Olympic honour to SA hockey

UJ lift themselves to pick up 2nd successive title

Maties & Wits busy trying to catch top sides

Hockey is far from dying

Picture looks rosy for Northerns women’s hockey

Ruthless Southern Gauteng claim title in emphatic fashion

WP Peninsula ready for the move back to A Section

Hockey’s junior stars are talented & transformed

Stellar second day for Southern Gauteng teams

Remembering the base of the triangle

Bonnet opts for continuity and pace

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