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11/01: SA Women for French Series

The SA Women's team which will take part in a six-match test series against France in Cape Town has been announced.

The squad is as follows: Anelle Van Deventer, Antonet Louw, Aphiwe Dimba, Bianca Wood, Cailynn Den Bakker, Celia Seerane, Charlene Boshoff, Dirkie Chamberlain, Edith Molikoe, Erin Christie, Hanrie Louw, Kayla De Waal, Kayla Swarts, Kirsty Adams, Marlise van Tonder, Ntsopa Mokoena, Onthatile Zulu, Paris-Gail Isaacs, Quanita Bobbs, Reabetswe Phume, Stephanie Botha, Taheera Augousti and Tarryn Lombard.

Read the full report on the SAHA Website.

02/01: SA Men for Summer Series

The men's team which will be taking part in the upcoming Summer Series against France, India and Netherlands has been announced.

The squad is as follows: Andrew Hobson, Brad Sherwood, Dan Bell, Dayaan Cassiem, Estiaan Kriek, Fawaaz Kahder, Gowan Jones, Guy Morgan, Keenan Horne, Luthando Jonas, Matt de Sousa, Mustapha Cassiem, Nic Spooner, Ryan Julius, Sam Mvimbi, Trevor de Lora, Tumi Ramphele and Zenani Kraai.

Read the full report on the SAHA Website.

25/11: SA Women's 5s Team

The team which will represent South Africa at the inaugural FIH Hockey5s World Cup, to take place in Oman in January, has been announced.

The squad is as follows:

Dirkie Chamberlain, Reabetswe Phume, Grace Cochrane, Shanna Medonca, Izelle Cilliers, Shindre-Lee Simmons, Marguerite van Wyk, Teshawn de la Rey, Merlise Kock and Toni Marks.

Read the full report on the SAHA Website.

13/11: SA U21 Men's Team

SA Hockey has announced the eighteen-player squad which will represent South Africa at the upcoming Junior World Cup from 5 to 16 December.

The squad will be as follows: Ayakha Mthalane, Calvin Davis, Cameron le Forestier, Damian Knott, Daniel Neuhoff, David Tshebe, Fawaaz Kahder, Gianluca Virissimo, Hans Neethling, James Flint, Jayden Brooker, Leruo Dithakanyane, Mustapha Cassiem, Nathan Ansell, Reece Govender, Ross Breytenbach, Sian Maart, Thabang Jeyi.

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11/11: SA Indoor Men Secure Silver

The SA Men's Indoor team have ended in second place of the Sultan Nazrin Shah Cup, held in Malaysia, after losing to Namibia in a shootout after the final was drawn.

Read the full report on the SAHA Website.

11/11: SA Indoor Women Win

The SA Women's Indoor team have won the Tuanku Zara Cup, held in Malaysia, with a sudden death shootout win over Switzerland.

Read the full report on the SAHA Website.

05/11: SA Men Qualify for Olympics

The SA Men's team have qualified for the Olympics by virtue of a nail-biting and closely-contested 2-1 win over Egypt in the final of the African Hockey Road to Paris 2024 Qualifier in Pretoria.

Final standings were as follows:

African Hockey Road to Paris 2024 Qualifier
Men
1South Africa
2Egypt
3Ghana
4Uganda
5Nigeria
6Kenya
7Zambia
8Zimbabwe


Read the full report on the SAHA Website.

05/11: SA Women Qualify for Olympics

The SA Women's team have qualified for the Olympics by virtue of a decisive 9-0 win over Nigeria in the final of the African Hockey Road to Paris 2024 Qualifier in Pretoria.

Final standings were as follows:

African Hockey Road to Paris 2024 Qualifier
Women
1South Africa
2Nigeria
3Kenya
4Ghana
5Namibia
6Zambia
7Zimbabwe


Read the full report on the SAHA Website.

27/09: SA U21 Women's World Cup Squad

The eighteen-player SA Under 21 Women's squad which will take part in the FIH Junior World Cup in Santiago, Chile, from 29 November has been announced.

The squad is as follows:

Ane Janse van Vuuren, Caylin Maree, Cerian Fourie, Daniella Mendes de Oliveira, Germarie Spershott, Jenna Blaauw, Katlego Bodibe, Kayla Swarts, Leane McClaren, Malikah Hamza, Mikkela le Roux, Morgan De Jager, Ntsopa Mokoena, Paris Gail Isaacs, Reabetswe Phume, Shanna Mendonca, Taheera Augousti, Tatum Kroutz.

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26/08: Third IPT Win for Western Province Men

Western Province's men's team have continued their dominance at national level by winning the National Senior IPT for the third consecutive time with a 2-1 win over the SA Under 21 team.

Final standings were as follows:

Senior Men's IPT 2023
A SectionB Section
1Western Province 1SG Witsies
2SA Under 21 2KZN Mynahs
3Southern Gauteng 3SACD
4KZN Raiders 4North West
5WP Peninsula 5KZN Robins
6Eastern Province 6Border
7Northerns Blues 7Northerns Cape
8Free State 8Mpumalanga


Read the full report on the SAHA Website.

26/08: Western Province Women Win IPT

For the first time in many years, the Western Province women's team have won the National Senior IPT with a 2-0 win in the final over defending Champions Northerns Blues.

Final standings were as follows:

Senior Women's IPT 2023
A SectionB Section
1Western Province 1Border
2Northerns Blues 2WP Peninsula
3KZN Raiders 3Eastern Province
4SA Under 21 4KZN Mynahs
5North West 5KZN Robins
6Southern Gauteng 6SACD
7Free State 7Mpumalanga
8SG Witsies 8Eastern Gauteng
9Eastern Gauteng U21
10Northern Cape


Read the full report on the SAHA Website.

18/05: SA Men's Indoor Coach Re-appointed

SA Hockey has announced that Justin Rosenberg's tenure as head coach of the SA Indoor Men's team has been extended through to the 2025 Indoor World Cup.

Read the full report on the SAHA Website.

18/05: New Coach for SA Indoor Women

AJ Spieringshoek has been appointed as the new SA Women's Indoor head coach.  He has been the national assistant coach since 2019.

Read the full report on the SAHA Website.

11/05: Lennie Botha Retires

SA Hockey has announced that Lennie Botha who has been the SA Women's Indoor head coach since April 2014, has retired.

Read the full report on the SAHA Website.

22/04: SA Indoor Squads Announced

The SA Hockey Association has announce national men's and women's indoor squads, consisting of 24 players each, from which SA teams will be selected for upcoming series.

The men's squad is as follows: Idrees Abdulla, Rusten Abrahams, Spencer Botes, Dayaan Cassiem, Mustapha Cassiem, Cullin De Jager, Leruo Dithlhakanyane, Justin Domleo, Kyle Esau, Jethro Eustice, Chad Futcher, Lungani Gabela, Keegan Hezlett, Ryan Julius, Luke Lange, Dalpiarro Langford, Bonga Mngoma, Hans Neethling, Steven Paulo, Phemelo Ramatlotlo, Daniel Sibbald, Aiden Tun, Anton Van Loggerenberg and Nicholas White.

The women's squad is as follows: Laiken Brissett, Grace Cochrane, Laylaa Davids, Teshawn De La Rey, Cailynn Den Bakker, Lilian Du Plessis, Cerian Fourie, Tegan Fourie, Cheree Greyvenstein, Malikah Hamza, Robyn Johnson, Kayla De Waal, Tatum Kroutz, Jessica Lardant, Daniella De Oliveira, Bonolo Moabi, Edith Molikoe, Jessica O’Connor, Sarah Paget, Nepo Serage, Celia Seerane, Jamie Southgate, Kelsey Swanepoel and Gabriella Terblanche.

See the SAHA Website for full reports about the Men's Team and the Women's Team.