Category Archives: Sports Articles

Hockey24seven dares to #BeVoodoo with the Unlimited Low Bow

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Men’s IPT Day 3

The biggest game of the tournament, on paper, so far wrapped up day 3 at the South African Hockey Men’s IPT in Pietermaritzburg. It was a clash between the two Titans of SA Hockey, Tuffy Western Province and Southern Gauteng. Austin Smith vs. Nic Spooner, Rhett Halkett vs. Owen Mvimbi, Ryan Julius vs. Rusten Abrahams […]

Hockey24Seven reviews Gryphon

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iWYZE Schools International Series | Night Three

On a cool night in Pietermaritzburg the iWYZE International U18 series between South Africa and Australia came to an end on a thrilling note. Heading into the final night the South African girls had already secured the series with two fantastic wins, but the boys series was still in the balance as both games had […]

The Superb John Wright

More than 10 years ago I was making my way into the world of umpiring hockey, I had coached and played but umpiring was something I had a more natural affinity towards. I was coaching an Eastern Gauteng team at the U21 IPT, after the coach pulled out on the eve of the tournament, being […]

FIH Announce Fixtures for FIH World League

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[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] The International Hockey Federation (FIH) announced the finalised schedules for the Men’s and Women’s Hockey World League Semi-Finals 2017 taking place in Johannesburg, South Africa. 20 of the world’s best men’s and women’s national teams will take part in these Hockey World Cup 2018 qualifiers between 8-23 July at Wits Hockey […]

The Laureus World Sports Awards 2017 Winners

Tonight in Monaco the 18th Laureus World Sports Awards 2017 took place. With the nominees a collection of the greatest in sport from around the globe, it was a night of sensation and stardom. We made our picks the other day, but here is the actual winners as announced tonight! [av_slideshow size=’no scaling’ animation=’slide’ autoplay=’false’ […]

Picking Laureus Awards Winners

The 2017 Laureus World Sports Awards take place next week Tuesday in Monaco. For those who’s heads have been in the sand, the Laureus Awards are essentially the equivalent of the Academy Awards for Sport. They are the only awards that cross all different sporting codes. Obviously individual sporting codes have a slight advantage, but […]

The PHL Group stage permutations

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The Group stage of the inaugural Premier Hockey League reaches its conclusion this weekend with the final five group games in each of the two tournaments. In order to help our readers, and fans of the PHL, we have put together the permutations for each team in order to qualify for the Semi-Finals. For some […]