Ntsopa Mokoena is gekies vir o/21 Suid-Vrystaatspan! Dit is ‘n baie groot prestasie.Sy speel tans ook vir BVHS se Eerste Hokkiespan.
Sy het die afgelope naweek aan die NWU se o/21 toernooi deelgeneem wat in Potch plaasgevind het. Trekkertrots.
Threestreamsmedia berig as volg voordat die toernooi plaasgevind het: (Uittreksel) NWU Hockey hosts women’s festival this weekend By Lilitha Bodlani 4 days agoThe North-West University (NWU) Potchefstroom campus will host a quadrangular hockey festival at the Astro this weekend, where the best U21 women’s teams of the northern region of South Africa will be in action. The festival, organised by the NWU Hockey club, will bring together the U21 sides of Southern Free State (SFS) women’s teams and Southern Gauteng (SG) women’s A & B teams. The NWU hockey club will field the North-West women’s U21 team. The festival, to be held from 7 to 9 May, was organised to get hockey going again after the Coronavirus lockdowns across the province and country, and also because the South African Hockey Association (SAHA) had postponed the U21 Inter-provincial tournament (IPT), which would have been held in Gqeberha (formerly Port Elizabeth).Nelson Komane-Nel (30), North-West U21 head coach, is glad to get his team playing sport again. “We’re trying to get going as a team. Last week we participated in the NWU girls hockey festival, however this weekend will prove to be a bigger test,” Komane-Nel said. The festival, organised by the NWU Hockey club, will bring together the U21 sides of Southern Free State (SFS) women’s teams and Southern Gauteng (SG) women’s A & B teams. The NWU hockey club will field the North-West women’s U21 team. Listening to the coach: Nelson Komane-Nel (30), giving his team a good team talk before their match. Without any U21 provincial tournament this year, it will be difficult for the SAHA to choose any of the junior national U21 sides who will compete in world cups later this year. Luke Makeleni (32), Southern Free State U21 women’s head coach, has set his sights on a good weekend of hockey in Potchefstroom. “I was here for the girl’s festival last week with Eunice and we ended up being one of the top teams. I’m just hoping for yet another successful weekend with the women’s team,” Makeleni said. While players are allowed to take part in competitive events, due to the Covid-19 protocols put in place by the government as well as NWU, there can be no spectators at the NWU sport facilities.