Catch international hockey at the Private Property Summer Series

Private Property South Africa
Private Property Reporter

Private Property is pleased to be extending our sponsorship of the South African Women’s Hockey team in 2016.

The team are determined to put the disappointment of not going to the Olympics by embarking on a program of international matches and tournaments to ensure their progression up the world rankings.

First up for the ladies is an international tournament sponsored by Private Property that will be held in Cape Town from 20th February to 5th March 2016. The Private Property Summer Series will see the South African Women’s Hockey team pit their skills against top international teams Germany, India and Scotland.

Tickets are on sale from just R10 and can be purchased online or at the stadium.

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A handful of the regular SAW Hockey players are unavailable for the tournament but that has opened up opportunities for some exciting new players, like 18 year old goalkeeper Marlise Van Tonder.

We wish the hockey squad all the best for the tournament.

SA Women's Hockey SquadThe SAW Hockey team for the Private Property Summer Series

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